Gear up for the hottest movie event of 2010 Superstar creators Peter David (Dark Tower) and Sean Chen (Mighty Avengers) bring the blockbuster Iron Man to comics...just in time for Iron Man 2 Tony Stark is a billionaire weapons maker...who's given a taste of his own medicine. When he's wounded and taken prisoner in the Middle East and forced to build a missile for insurgentGear up for the hottest movie event of 2010 Superstar creators Peter David (Dark Tower) and Sean Chen (Mighty Avengers) bring the blockbuster Iron Man to comics...just in time for Iron Man 2 Tony Stark is a billionaire weapons maker...who's given a taste of his own medicine. When he's wounded and taken prisoner in the Middle East and forced to build a missile for insurgents, Tony creates a suit of armor to keep him alive and blast his way out. Now Tony sees the folly of his greed, and sets out to right wrongs as the armored avenger...Iron Man Collects Iron Man Movie Adaptation, Iron Man: Fast Friends #1-2, Incredible Hulk: The Fury Files #1-2, and Iron Manual III....
|Title||:||Marvel's Iron Man - I Am Iron Man!|
|Number of Pages||:||152 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Marvel's Iron Man - I Am Iron Man! Reviews
This was my first foray into comic books. I can say that I enjoyed this collection of comics, particularly the new Coulson story, but I can't imagine enjoying the first part (the majority) if I wasn't already familiar with the movie. It is such a cursory presentation of the Iron Man movie story that it really doesn't stand alone, but was still interesting as a companion comic. Interestingly, I found I enjoyed the Marvel Cinematic Universe stories far more than the reprinted comic about Iron Monger at the end.
This is basically a novellisation of the movie, but condensed, with some characters missing.However, it does have an "original story with Coulson"... which ends up being "what Fury (and Coulson) do during the movie Iron Man". Quite disappointing.So in the end the real interest to this book is that it also comes with Iron Man #200, which saw the original fight between our hero and Stane's War Monger... something that was published ages ago so isn't new to this comic.I guess it's interesting for people who never read comic books and only saw the movie (but even then, I don't see the point because it doesn't bring anything new to it, unlike some novellisations), but to me it was a miss...
I am a great fan of Iron Man but this book was quite disappointing. Converted in a graphic novel with many important points missing. I have observed this happening in movies adapted from novels. The book does give you the idea about the plot for Iron Man movie but it still lack to get your attention The story is interesting for those who have not seen the movie but I don't think there would be any such person.
A comic interpertation of a movie based on a comic. The book is pretty pointless but an ok read. The final story is interesting because it shows very clearly where the plot for the Iron man movie came from.A good book for fans of the Iron Man movie, but not the comic
El siempre efectivo guionista Peter David traspasa a viñetas la acción del éxito cinematográfico de forma entretenida. Buen gancho para los que (re)descubrieron al personaje en la pantalla grande.
Not a very good comic adaptation of the movie.