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History

When Tony Stark returned to Earth, after deciding to take time to clear his mind, he started creating many new technologies for himself. One of these being this new armor, primarily used by Tony to test new technological developments.[3]

Capabilities[]

This armor is powered by numerous Repulsor Tech cores, with "Repulsor Core One" being the one implanted in Tony Stark's chest. This armor's first version was composed of a liquid smart-metal which could be easily stored in a briefcase and be rapidly aligned to a subdermal guide to form the suit exoskeleton. However, this metal was not meant for battle, but rapid testing.[3]

The newest model's composition allows the user of the suit to attach/de-attach different kind of modules depending on the situation in a similar (but more limited) way to the Iron Man Armor Model 13. The suit can also be retracted into a "backpack" to allow its user's arms and legs mobility, but easy to immediately reassemble.[4]

Anthony Stark (Earth-616) by Granov 002

Using technology given to him by Rocket Raccoon,[5] Tony created the "Stark Omniversal Multitasking Software"[6] to allow him to remotely control the armor on Earth via his Deep-Space Armor. This software was intended for emergencies when Stark was needed on Earth while he was in space with the Guardians of the Galaxy. The software approximate communication range is seven hundred light years.[7]

At least two other Model 42 armors, colored in the classic red and gold scheme, could be operated remotely.[8]

Iron Man Armor Model 42 from Iron Man Presented by DJI Vol 1 1 001

Remotely Operated Red & Gold Model 42

The armor features regular weaponry such as repulsor rays, employing the latest version, Mark IVa.[9] The suit can also deploy whips for either attack or to carry things.[10]

In order to access the modular ability, this armor can be accompanied by a mobile armory controlled by Stark's newest A.I. and be adapted to use different technologies.[9]

The code "Hdgk(X)=H2k(X,Q)∩Hk,k(X)" is capable of overriding the armor in order to make it respond to whomever recites it.[11]

Known Modules[]

  • Wrist-mounted armor piercing taser guns.[3]
  • Hacking units.[9]
  • Repulsor mini-gun.[9]
  • Explosive launcher unit.[12]
  • Augmented back-thrusts gear.[12]
  • Anti-electric counter measure shields.[12]
  • Wrist-mounted missiles.[13]


Alternate Reality Versions[]

Image Description Issue
Anthony Stark (Earth-802) from Scarlet Spiders Vol 1 1 0001
In Earth-802, the armor was used by an Iron Man clone. After being defeated by Scarlet Spider, the Black Widow took the armor apart and placed it on Spider-Man. Spidey destroyed the armor when their cover was blown. Scarlet Spiders #1
Anthony Stark (Earth-2319) from New Avengers Vol 3 14 001
In Earth-2319, Iron Man became trapped in his armor during a battle with the Sidera Maris. This allowed him to survive the slaughter of the Illuminati. New Avengers (Vol. 3) #14
Anthony Stark (Earth-7642) Free Comic Book Day Vol 2015 (Secret Wars) 001
In Earth-7642, Iron Man's armor utilized a more classic color scheme. The armor was red instead of black and glowed white rather than red. Free Comic Book Day 2015 (Secret Wars) #1
Anthony Stark (Earth-14161) from Avengers A.I
In Earth-14161, Iron Man and his armor were eaten by nanobots released by Dimitrios. Avengers A.I. #11
Anthony Stark (Earth-19919) from Spider-Island Vol 1 2 002
In Earth-19919, Iron Man was infected with the Spider-Virus. The armor was then made to be ineffective against Spider-Queen. After being transformed into a human again, he merged his armor with Oscorp technology, creating the Iron Goblin Armor. Spider-Island #1
Anthony Stark (Earth-15320) from All-New X-Factor Vol 1 20 001
In Earth-15320, Iron Man modified his armor using technology from Serval Industries. All-New X-Factor #20
Anthony Stark (Earth-23099) from New Avengers Vol 3 13 001
In Earth-23099, Iron Man and his armor were incinerated by the Black Priests. New Avengers (Vol. 3) #13

Notes

Trivia

  • The armor's override code (Hdgk(X)=H2k(X,Q)∩Hk,k(X))[11] is the statement of the Hodge conjecture.

See Also

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