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Iron Man: The End #1

Writer: David Michelinie, Bob Layton Artist: Bernard Chang Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 5, 2008 Critic Reviews: 3
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  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Mark J. Hayman Nov 4, 2008

    It took more than eight years and considerable negotiation for this story to see the light of day. It's a fitting denouement to one of Marvel's greatest characters, and not a bad comic. That it's not great is disappointing, but not unanticipated. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    AIPT - Shamus Clancy Feb 12, 2020

    Iron Man: The End is not a bad book, as it's still Micheline and Layton-penned Iron Man comic, making it a worthwhile read even if it's simply for nostalgic purposes. For Iron Man lovers hoping to check out more tales from this creative pairing, this trade also includes old-school issues of Iron Man #116 and Iron Man #244 as a bonus treat. Read Full Review

  • 3.6
    IGN - Richard George Nov 5, 2008

    Above all else, this book is boring. Stark's age could have made for any number of compelling threads, but this reads as any other adventure, with the caveat that Iron Man throws in the towel this time. Characterization is completely arbitrary and utterly lacking in far too many places (Stark's ludicrous companion features the worst traits of any Robin-esque sidekick I've seen). In other words, this is about the worst "final tale" I can imagine for this character. It's absolutely unbecoming of the character and these two acclaimed writers. Read Full Review

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