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History

Early years[]

After the Cancerverse was corrupted by the Many-Angled Ones and Death was vanquished by Lord Marvel,[1] Iron Man and his fellow Avengers were corrupted and placed under Mar-Vell's service, now calling themselves the Revengers,[2][verification needed] headquartered at the Trapezohedron.[3]

The Fault and Thanos[]

Along with Thor, Ms. Marvel, Giant-Man, the Scarlet Witch and Captain America, Iron Man tracked down the Hulk, who ended up attacking Quasar (Wendell Vaughn) from Earth-616 (having arrived there after going through the space/time fissure known as the Fault). Hulk was quickly subdued (Iron Man pulling Banner's heart out to neutralize him), and Quasar captured and brought to the Trapezohedron for questioning.

Based on his very presence, the Revengers deduced the existence of a world available for conquest and the Scarlet Witch (terrified of Stark and Pym), using the Leng Lens, was able to follow his trail of energy to Earth-616. The first steps of the march on Earth-616 were set, but Quasar managed to escape thanks to the intervention of Vision (who had hidden himself in his wife's body). Iron Man pursued him.[3]

They fought against the forces of Earth-616 in an attempt to corrupt that reality as well.[2]

Iron Man, along with everyone else in the Cancerverse died when Thanos brought Death to the Cancerverse.[3][2]

Worldmind[]

Iron Man and some of his fellow Revengers were later resurrected and possessed by the Many-Angled Ones and the Xandarian Worldmind to secure Nova who had become a portal between the Cancerverse and Earth-616. With help from Sam Alexander, Nova fought off the Revengers and both he and Sam escaped to Earth-616 using a Cosmic Cube.[4]

Religion[]

Iron Man was seemingly a fervent worshiper of the Many-Angled Ones, stating he would "employ any and every method [he could] to find new territories for [his] gods to walk upon", mentioning it as a "restoration of the angles of etheric harmony", and was described as being able of terrific things to those who would oppose their plans.[3]

Attributes

Powers

Tony Stark had no powers of his own but derived them from his Iron Man Armor.

It is unknown whether or not Iron Man gained powers or abilities, like other Revengers.[3]

Abilities

Seemingly those of Anthony Stark of Earth-616. Tony Stark was described as a genius.[3]

Paraphernalia

Weapons

Transportation

Flight using his armor

See Also

Links and References

References

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