Iron Man: House of M #1
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Iron Man: House of M #1

Event\Storyline: House of M Writer: Greg Pak Artist: Pat Lee Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 6, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
6.0Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

Tony Stark is the smartest, most successful Sapien on the planet--the best and brightest of a dying species. Does it bother him that the House of M uses the technology produced by Tony's multi-billion-dollar company to keep Sapiens down? That must be the reason he keeps his most powerful creation a secret - a familiar-looking suit of armor!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Brice Jul 25, 2005

    Pat Lee's art is equal parts impressive and frustrating, as while there are visuals in this issue that leave me blown away by the level of detail that he's put on the page, there are also moments where I find myself disappointed that the material was delivered in a manner that invites confusion rather than excitement. There are some moments in this issue where Pat Lee looks to be the perfect artist for Iron Man, as he does a wonderful job delivering the high technology on display. However, the opening sequence where Tony is in the midst of heated combat had several moments where I found myself a little disappointed that the action wasn't presented in a clearer fashion, such as the big attack that brought the battle to an end as it never gives the reader a good look at what was used to defeat Tony. The same holds true for Tony's final page battle with the Sentinels, as there's some visual confusion regarding where Tony's father is in relation to the battle. Still, Iron Man fans are p Read Full Review

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