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Quote1.png Of all my many plans, this is truly my most diabolically perfect! Quote2.png
Red Skull (Johann Shmidt)

Appearing in "The Red Skull Lives!"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Tales of Suspense #79
(originally printed as "Disaster!")

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Synopsis for "The Red Skull Lives!"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Tales of Suspense #79
(originally printed as "Disaster!")
Quote1.png How about that! Must be a costume party nearby! That guy's a cinch to win first prize! Quote2.png
--A random stranger

Following his battle against the Mandarin and his creation, Ultimo, Tony Stark has returned to the States to find that his factories have been closed, his accounts frozen, and himself with a warrant for his arrest for refusing to appear before a Senate committee to reveal the secrets of the Iron Man armor. Hiding, in the dark street, Stark soon finds that his chest plate is almost out of power and that he needs to recharge it or risk his heart failing him once again.

Caught in a bind, Stark rushes to Pepper Potts' apartment but finds that she isn't there, just as his chest plates power runs dangerously low. Changing to Iron Man so that the built in power supplied could temporarily recharge his chest plate, Stark then seeks the aid of Happy Hogan to find that he isn't home either.

With nowhere else to go, and low on power, Iron Man begins considering turning himself over to the authorities, however while he is near the harbor thinking this over, he finds himself attacked by Warlord Krang who appears near the shore in a Atlantean sub with Lady Dorma in tow. He attacks Iron Man hoping to kill the hero, however Lady Dorma prevents this, giving Iron Man the chance to blast the sub and force it to submerge.

With his armor damaged and his power supply running dangerously low, Iron Man is forced to break into his own lab in order to recharge and repair himself. While he's there he is suddenly visited by the Sub-Mariner who proclaims that this is Iron Man's finish.

Appearing in "Death Duel for the Life of Happy Hogan"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Tales of Suspense #86
(originally printed as "Death Duel For the Life of Happy Hogan")

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Synopsis for "Death Duel for the Life of Happy Hogan"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Tales of Suspense #86
(originally printed as "Death Duel For the Life of Happy Hogan")

Continued form last issue... Having kidnapped Happy Hogan thinking that he is really Iron Man, the Mandarin is about to execute him when the real Iron Man arrives to stop him.

After a pitched battle between the Mandarin and Iron Man, however Iron Man manages to fight off his foe. As he's rescuing Happy Hogan from the Mandarin's soldiers, Iron Man learns that they have altered the course of a test missile being launched in Peking to target the United States.

Iron Man redirects the missile to the Mandarin's castle, and escapes with Happy, and the Mandarin is seemingly killed in the explosion.

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