Tony is super confused when Zhang forces him to put on a Spider-Man mask in Brian Michael Bendis & Mike Deodato's "Invincible Iron Man" #10.
A survey sheds light on how startup CEOs deploy a battery of coaches, therapists, and support groups in order to thrive. Mark Zuckerberg. Steve Jobs. Elon Musk. Tony Stark. Only one of those four is fictional, but all share in a popular...Show More Summary
There have been a lot of Iron Man figures released since the armored Avenger launched Marvel's Cinematic Universe into the stratosphere. Strangely, there haven't been many Tony Starks released. Granted the guy hasn't changed all that...Show More Summary
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Visual effects supervisor Dan DeLeeuw reveals which film they based young Tony Stark's appearance on and how they pulled it off.
Forget about Iron Man, the man inside the suit is getting his own action figure from this fall from S.H. Figuarts.
The rivalry between Steve Rogers and Tony Stark has nothing on these two siblings.
What if the sniveling but well meaning White House assistant on Veep were transformed into the weird-goatee-sporting-but-still-badass Tony Stark, a.k.a. Iron Man? If you've ever wondered, Funny or Die just granted your wish by casting...Show More Summary
Team Cap by Oneskillwonder The civil war had barely begun and yet people all across America were already picking sides, declaring their love for Cap or their solidarity for Tony Stark. People were so passionate about their favorite superheroes...Show More Summary
I love the look of this Avengers: Age of Ultron Iron Man Mark 43 Chrome Hero Remix Bobble Head. Bobble Heads Assemble! All of the action of Marvel Studio’s Avengers: Age of Ultron comes home in this awesome bobble head. Tony Stark would love this version of his suit since it is all shiny and […]
After the climactic events of Captain America: Civil War, the road to the future has gotten a lot more complicated for Tony Stark. Gone is the freewheeling billionaire philanthropist playboy that got by with a grin and an idea, and in his place is a man who has suffered great betrayal and emotional distress. Show More Summary
Robert Downey, Jr. (Tony Stark/Iron Man) invoked '90s nostalgia in "Captain America: Civil War" in two really cool scenes: when he chatted with his "Only You" (1994) co-star Marisa Tomei (Aunt May) and when he appeared as a much-younger Tony alongside Tony's parents.
While a new Armor Wars begins.
Since the dawn of the Silver Age, legacy characters have been a staple of superhero fiction, and having a new character step into a well loved roll can open up new opportunities for writers and artists to tell different kinds of stories. Show More Summary
CSBG looks at the (almost) hidden reason why Tony Stark/Iron Man supported the Superhuman Registration Act during Marvel's "Civil War."
Tony Stark, leader of the Marvel’s technological revolution and freaking Iron Man, uses a Vivo V3—a mid-range phone available exclusively in China. According to Geek, he uses it because Chinese audiences love Marvel movies (bullshit Dr. Strange casting aside ), and Marvel loves targeted product placement. Read more...
For a guy who decided to become a superhero in order to wash blood off of his hands, Tony Stark has still killed quite a few times over the course of his career as Iron Man. Ever wonder exactly how many times he has killed to keep us...Show More Summary
Tony Stark's on-screen phone totally broke his character's suspension of disbelief. That’s an odd choice for Marvel to make with their futuristic technology genius.
It’s hard to nail down an exact number, but based on the comics and movies, Tony Stark has created somewhere between 46 to 52 different Iron Man suits. Lego customizer Minh Pham has flawlessly recreated 24 of them by painstakingly modifying and customizing Lego Minifigs. Read more...
Tony Stark, a.k.a. Iron Man, sure has killed a lot of bad guys over the course of several Marvel movies. Not only has Iron Man killed people in his own movies but he's also caused plenty of mayhem in the Avengers movie franchise as well. YouTube...Show More Summary