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    Iron Man #125 Aug 1979
    "The Monaco Prelude"
    In a shocking development, Iron Man killed the Carnelian ambassador with an inadvertent repulsor ray blast last issue.
    And now Tony Stark must hand over his armor to the police and figure out what to do next!
    With assistance from the Sentinel of Liberty and Ant-Man,
    Tony learns that a mysterious man in Monaco is responsible for the deadly malfunction of his armor!
    So the golden avenger (sans armor) and Rhodey fly to Monte Carlo

    to clear Iron Man's name!


    This won't be Tony's typical vacation on the French Riviera!

    Plot by David Michelinie and Bob Layton. Script by David Michelinie. Art by John Romita Jr. (breakdowns) and Bob Layton (finishes).
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    Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #4 Aug 1984
    "Situation: Hopeless!"
    The forces of Doctor Doom have forced the gathered heroes to flee and destroyed their headquarters,
    a victory for Doom and his minions in Beyonder's on going Secret War.
    Spotting their foes fleeing the scene, Titania and the Wrecking Crew begin tossing debris at the heroes.
    Goaded on by Volcana, the Molecule Man one ups them all by using his powers to raise a mountain from nearby



    and dropping it on their enemies, seemingly killing them all in one fell swoop.
    While the others cheer, Doctor Doom is not entirely convinced that was the end of their foes.

    Elsewhere on Battleworld, Thor and the Enchantress are still having their private council about the Beyonder.
    Recalling the Beyonder's offer to grant them their fondest desires if they slay their enemies, Thor asks what the Enchantress could want.
    When she specifies Thor's love, he tells her that love is not an object that can just be taken.
    Their discussion is suddenly interrupted by a massive earthquake.
    They quickly teleport back to the heroes base to see what is going on and appear in the middle of Doctor Doom's army.
    When Doom demands the Enchantress choose a side, she hesitantly sides with Doom and the others attack Thor.
    While the villains keep Thor on the ropes, Doom commands Ultron to use his disintegrator ray to destroy Thor.
    Ultron seemingly succeeds in atomizing Thor, leaving nothing but his helmet and a scrap of his cape behind.
    After this second seeming victory, Doom recounts that the X-Men were not among the heroes and that their work is not yet done.
    However, he pauses to deal with some more pressing business first.
    Recalling how Kang tried to kill him when they first arrived on Battleworld, Doctor Doom orders Ultron to kill Kang.
    The time traveler tries to beg for his life, but it is of no avail and Ultron slays him.

    Elsewhere, the X-Men are flying across Battleworld, seeking out Magneto. En route, Colossus takes the time to
    think about his girlfriend back home, the youthful X-Man known as Sprite and wonders if he will ever see her again.
    Rogue is also deep in thought, thinking of how not too long ago she would have been on Doom's side of the Secret War.
    As the X-Men prepare for whatever their encounter with Magneto will bring, the Master of Magnetism
    is using his powers to create a mental comb for his guest the Wasp to comb her hair with.
    Suddenly the pair are interrupted by the arrival of the X-Men.
    Xavier asks Magneto to join him, telling him of the good they can do if they operate as a third force outside of Captain America's group.
    Magneto agrees, suggesting that they use the Beyonder's offer to create a golden age where mutants rule over humans.
    Hearing this, the Wasp drops her pretense in being interested in Magneto and attacks.
    She then manages to slip past the X-Men and get to their ship but finds it incredibly difficult to control.
    When Magneto tries to stop her from escaping with his powers, Xavier stops him, recounting how he made a grave error erasing
    Spider-Man's memories earlier and that they should not interfere with the others, that using evil means does not justify their good intentions.

    Meanwhile, buried under tons of rock are the heroes, who have survived thanks to the Hulk holding up the rock with his strength.
    However with a number of them injured and a limited supply of air, time is running out before they either suffocate or get crushed to death.
    Quickly thinking, Mister Fantastic cannibalizes some of Hawkeye's trick arrows, Iron Man's spare power pack and one of Spider-Man's
    web-shooters into a device that allows the Human Torch and Captain Marvel to channel their powers through Iron Man's armor.
    The device works and boosts Iron Man's armor significantly to blast their way free from the mountain.
    Upon getting free, the heroes find Thor alive and well, and he explains he escaped
    a certain death by temporarily blinding their foes and making a hasty retreat.
    Needing medical attention for some of their allies, Captain America sends Captain Marvel off on a recon mission to find someplace for them to go.
    CM finds a village at the base of the mountain where Galactus is standing.
    Soon the other heroes arrive and the locals prove friendly and immediately take in the wounded champions.
    They quickly discover that one of these aliens, Zsaji, can heal with a touch. When she heals the Human Torch he is instantly attracted to her.
    Then, Ben Grimm expresses to Reed his concerns about being so close to Galactus when suddenly he transforms into the Thing again.
    When Ben asks why this is happening, Reed hesitantly tells him that he'll think about it, however, he knows more than he is letting on.
    Reed then turns his attention to Galactus and is horrified when he sees the world devourer raising his hands to the sky.

    Story by Jim Shooter. Art by Bob Layton and John Beatty.
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    Not sure it's been asked before, but did anyone like the concept of "Iron Man 2.0"?

    Not talking the name actually but more the redesigned suit and the new features - stealth, "war machine mode" and the like.

    Thought it was a great direction - updating the armor etcetera.

    Alas as with most changes in comics, didn't last long/ wasn't well received.

    Thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. White View Post
    Not sure it's been asked before, but did anyone like the concept of "Iron Man 2.0"?

    Not talking the name actually but more the redesigned suit and the new features - stealth, "war machine mode" and the like.

    Thought it was a great direction - updating the armor etcetera.

    Alas as with most changes in comics, didn't last long/ wasn't well received.

    Thoughts?
    I really enjoyed it. The book was going along smoothly until they made it tie into Fear Itself. To me that's what killed the books momentum.
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    I would like to see a mini series about Rhodey's time during the military, pre-Stark. Could make for an interesting "war" book. No super-enemies, monsters, etc. I wonder who would be a good writer/artist team.

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    Iron Man #185 Aug 1984
    "Terror in Tulaluma!"
    After a few trials and tribulations; Rhodey, Tony, Morley and Clytemnestra finally reach California soil!
    And now it looks like smooth sailing to Silicon Valley!
    But the quartet happens upon a young woman being chased by an angry mob!

    Iron Man rushes to rescue her...


    not realizing she's part of Aquarius' special trap!
    And in very short order, the modern day pilgrims find themselves in a life-and-death situation in an abandoned farmhouse!
    With tensions rising between Rhodey and Tony, can the new Shell-Head work with the old one to escape from Aquarius?
    They must! Otherwise a watery grave awaits!

    Script by Denny O'Neil. Pencils by Luke McDonnell. Inks by Steve Mitchell.
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    Rhodey might really benefit from a soft reboot/retelling of his origin. They do it for A-listers every once in awhile. And they've already changed him to be like the movie version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Watkins View Post
    Rhodey might really benefit from a soft reboot/retelling of his origin. They do it for A-listers every once in awhile. And they've already changed him to be like the movie version.
    get Priest to be the writer and a top notch artist. Could be very cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hypestyle View Post
    get Priest to be the writer and a top notch artist. Could be very cool.
    Agreed. Priest would be excellent for an ongoing series.

    As for artist, my choice would be Jim Calafiore (gives him a chance to do interior artwork instead of just only doing cover art).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Watkins View Post
    Rhodey might really benefit from a soft reboot/retelling of his origin. They do it for A-listers every once in awhile. And they've already changed him to be like the movie version.
    History of the Marvel Universe by Mark Waid has taken care of that. Anyone with a Vietnam War based origin now has their origin in a fictional Siancong war. Not everyone was shown, but I think that at least applies to Iron Man, War Machine, Punisher, and the military service of Reed and Ben from the Fantastic Four.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digifiend View Post
    History of the Marvel Universe by Mark Waid has taken care of that. Anyone with a Vietnam War based origin now has their origin in a fictional Siancong war. Not everyone was shown, but I think that at least applies to Iron Man, War Machine, Punisher, and the military service of Reed and Ben from the Fantastic Four.
    i'm talking about his time after the war. originally, he was just Tony's weed smoking pilot. is that still canon?
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    At least James is occasionally appearing in Captain Marvel. But I definitely wish he would get his own book as well.

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    War Machine #5 Aug 1994
    "The Wages of Death!"
    The deadly assassin known as Deathtoll

    is hired to take down War Machine.


    How can Rhodey hope to defeat a man who refuses to die?

    Story by Scott Benson and Len Kaminski. Art by Gabriel Gecko and Pam Eklund.
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