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Tony Stark had been tinkering away on an Ultronbuster Armor before the situation to use it presented itself. It occurred when the villain, in his Ultron Pym form, kidnapped Stark's girlfriend, the Wasp. Having deduced that Ultron was behind the kidnapping, Tony suited up in the Ultronbuster before going on the search of Jocasta, whom Stark believed was in danger but had already been captured as well. Iron Man and his allies eventually located Ultron Pym's lair at the abeyant Avengers Mansion and managed to free both captives from a device intended to fuse them molecularly. However, Stark was caught by the blast of the machine right after rescuing the Wasp, causing Tony's human body to become mangled and fused to the Ultronbuster.[1]

Anthony Stark (Earth-616) from Tony Stark Iron Man Vol 1 16 014

Tony becoming fused to the armor

Iron Man managed to keep fighting despite the fusion, constantly reprogramming the armor on the fly to work with his internal organs and postpone fatal injuries. Once Tony's team at Stark Unlimited discovered a way to undo Ultron's process, Jocasta helped Iron Man retreat.[2] Using the remotely-controlled Nano Iron Man Armor on his own body, Tony ionically tagged all mechanical parts to be expelled from his body. Despite completing only ninety-seven percent of the preparations, Tony decided to star the separation process due to the threat posed by a miniature Ultron drone who had infilitrated Tony's systems. The split was successful, and the pieces of the armor were phased out of Tony's body, returning it to normal.[3]



This suit appears to possess the standard abilities of a regular Iron Man Armor, including flight, enhanced strength, increased durability, repulsor blasts and unibeam. The suit can additionally generate energy shields, and its chestplate conceals a missile pod.[1]


  • The numerical designation provided in this article for this suit is tentative, based on the last officially numbered armor (Model 52) and the chronological appearance of this suit.

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