Nov 4, 2021

Iron Man Will Use His Most Powerful Armor In Infinity War

It has now been 10 years after Iron Man (2008) had come out and the MCU is now approaching to its culmination of everything. The Iron Man trilogy which stars Robert Downey Jr. was successful, and the craze for Tony Stark reached heights. He made 7 appearances in the MCU films including Iron Man, Iron Man 2, The Avengers, Iron Man 3, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America: Civil War, and Spider-Man: Homecoming and a cameo in Incredible Hulk.

Marvel studios had chosen to start the cinematic universe with Iron Man, and they wanted the plot to revolve around Tony Stark. This went well, and Iron Man then became the anchor of the universe. He is now an admirable and a recognizable face.

Robert Downey, Jr. made a great Tony Stark, and he is one of the most expensive actors in Hollywood. The actor has money, power, fame, and his fans. And his life had had a fair share of trials as well, and he had faced a few legal tangles and was addicted to drugs and even got arrested.

Iron Man is a billionaire who became a superhero, and he then joined “The Avengers”. Stark is an over-confident man and is impulsive but has a high-IQ. In the Extremis comics, Iron Man could sustain injuries, access the brain’s repair center and even regrow organs.

In Avengers, we had seen him carrying a missile from Earth’s orbit. In Iron Man- 3, fans saw him being at two places at one time. He was tracking Pepper and th President and could travel space and advanced alien technologies.  In Iron Man 3, he had said “My armor was never a distraction or a hobby, it was a cocoon, and now I’m a changed man. You can take away my house, all my tricks, and toys, but one thing you can’t take away – I am Iron Man”.

In “Fear Itself” #7, the earth was attacked by Serpent, and he was an Asgardian God. He called eight hammers and transformed the mightiest beings as his “worthy” generals. Iron Man then broke the sobriety as a sacrifice to Odin and let him use uru metal for creating weapons to help him fight Serpent.

Stark had been given powers for forging weapons by using Asgardian resources and devoted himself to learn about Uru, and he forged 8 weapons. He had built the Asgardian Armor, and it was spike-filled.

Robert Downey Jr. had teased an advanced Iron man suit embedded with the Asgardian armor and needed something more than just a standard suit to fight Thanos. Downey’  caption read,  “nobody does armor like Agar.”

The concept art for the Iron Man armor for the Infinity War movie had been released and the “Prime” armor from comics.

David Marquez and Brian Bendis had come out with the capabilities and design which were amazing. Stark had made this suit when he was frustrated, and he combined almost all abilities into one model. This is what Brian had to say:

“I kind of think of the armor as a super hi-tech Lego set; it can expand into a giant Hulkbuster or contract to a skin-tight ninja-like stealth suit. It can go underwater or launch into orbit.”

In Man #225, Stark had discovered that the armor designs were stolen and he decided to go after everyone who used a power armor including Stingray, S.H.I.E.L.D, and Captain America.

In Incredible Hulk #92, Hulk had been tricked into going by “Illuminati,” and Iron Man was a chief member. He then became a gladiator and killed people. In Iron Man #124, he had killed an official, and this caused an international incident.

In 1995’s “The Crossing,” Stark was revealed to be a traitor who was working for Kang, and in Exiles #23, Stark became the ruler of the world and manipulated the global economy and even instigated war.  In “Time runs out,” the multi-verses had been destroyed, and Stark had known about the incursions, and he still chose to keep this a secret, and it was revealed in Avengers #44.

Marvel comics came out with a solution in Secret Empire #4 comic-book which had revealed the AI version of Tony Stark who goes out on missions and with Iron Man’s armor, a holographic head and interacted with the Avengers and like he was real.