Iron Man: Legacy #10

Writer: Frederick Jan Van Lente Artist: Steve Kurth Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: January 5, 2011 Critic Reviews: 1
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"INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION" (Part 5 of 6) Before their children, the RUNAWAYS, became their greatest nemeses, the villainous PRIDE of Los Angeles faced their greatest threat when a destitute and penniless TONY STARK came to Los Angeles. Through cat's-paws both super powered and mundane they tried to break him, but every attempt failed. But now they've made a mistake by kidnapping the person closest to him and sacrificing her to their dark masters, THE GIBBORIM. Tony will do everything to get her back, including attacking The Pride on their own turf ... with some surprise guest-stars in tow!!!

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    A Comic Book Blog - Geoff Arbuckle Jan 6, 2011

    Fred Van Lente's ability to give some good action is apparent, but Steve Kurth has been replaced by Philippe Briones who gives us some really nice art in this issue. If you want something fun, this issue should satisfy the need for some action in the series, but if you're looking for more of that subtext of Tony's influence on those around him, this one lacks a little bit. You can argue that the Pride's, and in particular, Geoffrey Wilder's, obsession with making sure Tony doesn't take over some of their territory is part of his influence on others, but it's much weaker than his ability to lift up the town by making them believe in an idea of his. Read Full Review

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