Ultimate Iron Man #3

Writer: Orson Scott Card Artist: Andy Kubert Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
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  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - Judson Miers Aug 8, 2005

    The only drawback of this book is the awesome amount of time between issues. That, and only that, keeps this book from being a perfect , and I dont give those often. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comics Bulletin - David Wallace Aug 15, 2005

    Im now going to have to explain my relatively low rating for this book, which is difficult because essentially theres nothing really bad about it. Indeed, the art is first rate, impressively detailed and consistent and richly coloured. Even the writing, whilst occasionally resorting to clich situations, is at times quite original and challenging, foreshadowing some of Tonys future character tics in quite an interesting way. The problem is, it doesnt feel like a book about Iron Man. Three issues in, and the title superhero has yet to make an appearance, bar the prototype full-body suit shown in the last few pages which certainly bears no resemblance to the Iron Man weve seen in Ultimates so far. Someone who came to this book looking for some backstory on the Tony Stark weve seen in that series might be surprised to find a mixture of teen drama and low-grade sci-fi dominating the pages, with no real connection apparent between the young Tony Starks character and that of hi Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Alloy Press Aug 28, 2020

    I really enjoy this Version of Tony Stark. As a kid he is great and Im still enjoying the differences between this version and the original when it comes to Tonys dad. The art is great and the story is a constant page turner. No complaints from me except for maybe some of the cliches when it comes to the smart ass jokes.

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