Ironheart #6

Writer: Eve Ewing Artist: Kevin Libranda Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: May 15, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 9
8.2Critic Rating
8.2User Rating

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Miles Morales has gone missing! Who better to search for him than someone he's never actually gotten along that well with?! Riri and Miles find themselves caught in an unexpected trap and will have to work together if they're going to make it out in one piece.
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  • 9.2
    Comic Watch - Nicholas Osborn May 20, 2019

    Ironheart #6 is a classic Marvel team-up story packed with heartfelt character dynamics and plenty of sci-fi twists that will undoubtedly satisfy the Trekkie in all of us. This is a great example of the potential this character has in the Marvel universe! Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Beyond The Panel - Jideobi Odunze May 15, 2019

    Ironheart #6 was an excellent one-shot issue that I do admit we should be able to see more of from superhero books. We got a definite start to a story, and a finish. Riri continued to work on herself, and in the process Miles was also able to fix something about himself that we had the opportunity to follow here instead of having to look out for the next Champions or Spider-Man. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Charles Martin May 15, 2019

    Ironheart #6 delivers a one-shot team-up that is broadly satisfying for all sorts of readers and particularly welcoming to Champions fans. If you're still fishing for reasons to follow Ironheart, this serving's insightful character work, fun action, and sharp art give you plenty to love. And if you're already a fan, this issue will reinforce your dedication wonderfully. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Tanner Dedmon May 15, 2019

    The story is paced so well that it'll feel shorter than it is, and it's bolstered even more by the appearance of Morales' Spider-Man. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Weird Science Marvel Comics - olddeserthymnal May 15, 2019

    This issue continued to show Ewing's skills with dialogue, and as far as that aspect of the book is concerned I think she elevates the character of Riri to new heights. Likewise we are seeing more and more of Riri as a multi-faceted character who is starting to interact in her own awkward and funny way with the rest of her peers. The plot for this issue is something of a trifle however, and it won't leave the reader with much of an impact. So maybe best avoided for the casual reader, and one for those invested in the series to take in their stride as a character driven piece, light on plot development and with some top quality artwork. Read Full Review

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