Iron Man: The Inevitable (2006) #TP

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It was only a matter of time before Iron Man's longtime enemies re-emerged to confront him once again. And now, they've got more than revenge on their minds. An all-new, action-packed story spotlighting the return of classic villains like the LIVING LASER and the SPYMASTER (to name but two)!
by Marvel Comics

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Published October, 2006 (Modern Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 2006 for $14.99 USD. This issue contains 144 pages in Color, the current NM value is $15.00 USD. The publisher has rated this issue All Ages.

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  • Best of the Rest
  • Blind Dates
  • Ordinary People
  • The Anti-Mask
  • The Old Truth
  • Those Who Can't, Teach

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hardtravelinghero
2.5

by on 10/30/2020 12:30:00 AM

Joe Casey is a writer with some cool ideas, but it seems like his execution is often lacking, like he can't draw me into liking characters I might already like. Perhaps Casey would be a better idea person or editor than writer. I didn't care for most of the Fraser Irving art, the way it doesn't have borders, but colors that sort of stop when they meet other colors. I also didn't like the use of texting and emails, maybe because of the extraneous information in each blurb, but also the font and lack of contrast. That out of the way, Casey offers some interesting, even if arguably temporary, examination of the inner growth of Tony, who'll of course go on to do stupid things (Civil War, Skrull Invasion), but he does have some humility.

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