Personally I think iron man because although mr fantastic can stretch and good at melee, iron man could shoot him from afar
Here are a few sketches I have made of various nouns associated with the comic book company knowns as marvel. Enjoy!
My picture of matt murdock, just a regular lawyer...
The virgin hulk vs. The chad leader.
Iron man: the anime
Coming out when I feel like it.
That's all for now though. G'night (also tell me if you want to see me make a chapter of iron man in manga style).
I thought Tony had a great send off in endgame and it was perfect ending to his time in the MCU, unlike Steve but I won’t get into that.
Why is there suddenly a huge movement to get him resurrected? I’m not sure what it’s entirely about but I’ve seen billboards and a bunch of posts about the need to revive Iron Man. I just think it’s stupid and I’m wondering if someone can explain this type of thinking.
So I read " The boys: Herogasm" mini and it make me wonder what if Herogasm will instead take place in the Marvel Universe but of course it will be the Avengers one.
I could a lot of Avengers will be invited to Avenger Tower where who knows what it is?
I’ve always liked the characters but none of his stories really called my attention (never really tried to read them either). I’ve only read Superior Iron Man and I really loved it. I’d like to read more from Iron Man so I’d like to hear from you some of your favorite Iron Man runs you’d recommend me to try out.
I've seen that a lot of heroes clear villains like Mr.Fantastic having Dr.Doom and Cap having Red Skull. Then what villain does Iron Man have?
Has iron man ever , in any comic series containing the avengers and the x-men and big teams, ever become a main villain? Has he ever been possessed by a powerful cosmic force like the phoenix force in any comic? I'm asking because i recently re-read superior iron man and it was really good to see him be a really cool villain. I'd like to read him as an even stronger cosmic one.