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Quote1 C'mon, Arno. Still making armor out of metal? How very 2020. I'm a futurist. My new suit's made of an entire world-- the eScape. Solid hologram. Virtual Armor. Its only limit: my imagination. Quote2
-- Iron Man src

History

After finally realizing that he was the real Tony Stark, Tony began work on the Model 68 armor using the virtual resources of the Thirteenth Floor.[1]

Properties

Overview

Unlike other Iron Man Armor, the Model 68 armor isn't made of matter like metal. Instead, it is made of solid holograms derived from the eScape. This allows Tony to create any weapon he can think of, including repulsor beams and unibeams. The armor also augments Tony's strength to the point where he could easily rip apart the armor of his brother Arno. Defensively, the armor can protect against standard weapons like missiles and unconventional ones like repulsor beams. Tony is aided in running the armor by the A.I. Friday.[2]

Notes

  • 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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