The Invincible Iron Man, Volume 2

The Invincible Iron Man Volume He s outrun Norman Osborn and kept the database of superhuman secret identities safe and secure But in doing so Tony Stark has lost just about everything his armor his power even his very mind Now

  • Title: The Invincible Iron Man, Volume 2
  • Author: Matt Fraction Salvador Larroca Frank D'Armata
  • ISBN: 9780785145530
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Hardcover
  • He s outrun Norman Osborn, and kept the database of superhuman secret identities safe and secure But in doing so, Tony Stark has lost just about everything his armor, his power even his very mind Now, at his absolute lowest point, it will take Tony s last reservoir of will and a band of brothers including Thor, Captain America, War Machine and Black Widow to keepHe s outrun Norman Osborn, and kept the database of superhuman secret identities safe and secure But in doing so, Tony Stark has lost just about everything his armor, his power even his very mind Now, at his absolute lowest point, it will take Tony s last reservoir of will and a band of brothers including Thor, Captain America, War Machine and Black Widow to keep from losing it all and sow the seeds for a brighter tomorrow Stark Industries arms manufacturing days are over Tony s new company, Stark Resilient, is bringing modern tech to the masses without bringing innocent people to their knees But there s a competitor on the scene, a mother daughter team with a very familiar name ready to pick up the slack with an armor called Detroit Steel They ve started a deadly game of international intrigue that will bring one of Iron Man s deadliest foes back into the fray but for the Hammer girls, that was merely the opening salvo With War Machine grounded by the Pentagon, Pepper missing the RT charged heart that made her Rescue and Tony s Resilient team struggling to put their clean energy tech into production, they re about to up the ante Now, Iron Man s going to find out just what resilient really means.Collecting The Invincible Iron Man 20 33

    • Best Read [Matt Fraction Salvador Larroca Frank D'Armata] ☆ The Invincible Iron Man, Volume 2 || [Chick Lit Book] PDF ↠
      109 Matt Fraction Salvador Larroca Frank D'Armata
    • thumbnail Title: Best Read [Matt Fraction Salvador Larroca Frank D'Armata] ☆ The Invincible Iron Man, Volume 2 || [Chick Lit Book] PDF ↠
      Posted by:Matt Fraction Salvador Larroca Frank D'Armata
      Published :2019-06-02T03:19:13+00:00

    About "Matt Fraction Salvador Larroca Frank D'Armata"

    1. Matt Fraction Salvador Larroca Frank D'Armata

      How he got started in comics In 1983, when Fraction was 7 years old and growing up in Kansas City, Mo he became fascinated by the U.S invasion of Grenada and created his own newspaper to explain the event I ve always been story driven, telling stories with pictures and words, he said.Education and first job Fraction never graduated from college He stopped half a semester short of an art degree at Kansas City Art Institute in Missouri in 1998 to take a job as a Web designer and managing editor of a magazine about Internet culture My mother was not happy about that, he said.But that gig led Fraction and his co workers to split off and launch MK12, a boutique graphic design and production firm in Kansas City that created the opening credits for the James Bond film Quantum of Solace Big break While writing and directing live action shoots at MK12, Fraction spent his spare time writing comics and pitching his books each year to publishers at Comic Con Two books sold The Last of the Independents, published in 2003 by AiT Planet Lar, and Casanova, published in 2006 by Image Comics.Fraction traveled extensively on commercial shoots Then his wife got pregnant So Fraction did what any rational man in his position would do he quit his job at MK12 to pursue his dream of becoming a full time comic book writer.Say what It was terrifying, said Fraction, who now lives in Portland, Ore I was married We had a house We had a baby coming And I just quit my job Marvel hired Fraction in June 2006, thanks largely to the success of his other two comics I got very lucky, he half joked If it hadn t worked out, I would have had to move back in with my parents 2009 Alex Pham Los Angeles Times.

    137 thoughts on “The Invincible Iron Man, Volume 2”

    1. 3.5 stars. I really enjoyed this, but it doesn't make the 4 star mark.Lots of twists and turns and it's grade A typical stark. I think Fraction did a really good job here of powering Iron man forward and I would say it's a really good run, but on paper, I'm just not that mad about iron man. Well worth a read!


    2. It's a fun read, but it doesn't have quite the staying power of Fraction's work in the first omnibus. There are basically two storylines here, and the stuff with the Hammer girls is definitely the lesser of the two. I didn't really find them or their plotting credible. The first, shorter storyline, bringing Stark back to himself is far more interesting. Even if it is somewhat convenient that he lost all of his memories from Civil War onward.


    3. There's something very hard to quantify about this second volume of Fraction's Iron Man run, but in any case it's a huge step down from the first volume. All the weight of importance seems to have been stripped out of these storylines. In the first volume you get Tony Stark on the run from H.A.M.M.E.R having to literally wipe his own mind to keep its secrets from getting out.Then we get to this volume. There are pretty much zero consequences lingering from the first volume. We jump into a story [...]


    4. Stark's snark is a delight. Pepper is memorable and everyone else is forgettable. Unfortunately as is the story.


    5. I absolutely love what Matt Fraction's been doing on this title. I've heard some people complain that after the first omnibus Fraction's book seemed directionless and boring, but they couldn't be more wrong. I'll grant you that the story's slowed down somewhat, and that lately the focus has been a bit more on the boardroom than globe-trotting superheroics, but Fraction knows what he's doing. He's not writing a comic book, he's writing one of the best novels I've ever read that's release at a rat [...]


    6. What can I say about this one that's different than Invincible Iron Man Omnibus, Vol. 1?One of the things I have really loved about reading Fraction's run on Iron Man is how much attention we're getting for the ladies. We got a little Natasha Romanova and lots of great Maria Hill. But Pepper Potts gets the lion's share of screentime. She has really come into her own as a strong, smart woman -- literally, as she now has an Iron Man (Maiden? Mistress?) of her own. She's complicated and real, espec [...]



    7. Liked this collection a bit less then the epic first HC, first 5 issues where very slow, after that things speed up a lot, but it took a little to long. Still a very enjoyable Iron Man book.


    8. I read through a number of the reviews listed for Matt Fraction's second omnibus for the Invincible Iron Man and the consensus seems to be "still good, but not quite up to the standards set with volume 1". While I do agree with this in terms of my rating, I think it does a slight disservice to the quality found within these pages, and what Fraction and artist Salvador Larroca have done with this series as a whole. Tony Stark, he of the world dominance cloth, has been totally stripped bare by his [...]


    9. Tony is back, though definitely not better than ever, and he is ready to turn Stark Industries into Stark Reliant, where everyone gets Iron Man tech to make their lives better. Osbourne is out, Maria is running Shield, and the Hammers, Justine and Sasha, are ready for their turn to take Tony down. I rather love the idea that Tony thought he was above backing up his data, leading to some major issues being back. But this means that all the awesome growth and cool developments with Pepper and Mari [...]


    10. Wow. I found this volume completely satisfying in a way I wasn't really expecting. Collecting the story arcs "Stark: Disassembled" and "Stark Resilient," this volume showcases Fraction's gift for balancing character and action in a way that few comics writers accomplish so thoroughly and he makes it look easy. Some fans seem to consider this collection a step down from volume one, but I would disagree. The first arcs of Fraction's run may have more action and intrigue, but the character stuff he [...]


    11. This volume's not quite as strong as the previous, but it's still strong. The first story, Stark Disassembled, is a fantastic epilogue to World's Most Wanted. The character goes through reconstruction (World's Most Wanted is almost exclusively deconstruction), and the slate gets wiped clean in preparation for the new direction of the series.Stark Resilient is the premiere for that new direction, and one of my favorite Iron Man stories. Stark decides to save the world that doesn't want him to sav [...]


    12. A lot of what I loved about this collection is echoed from the first omnibus. Fraction's Tony Stark has to deal with one thing after the other and maybe it's gritty, intense, or another plethora of similar adjectives, but I can see where that works. Like Tony's alluded to, he has to confront head-on where his past has brought him and decide if that's a place he wants to be. Tony was not a nice person and so Tony Stark did some pretty terrible things. But that doesn't make him a bad person, and t [...]


    13. Great Iron Man action, combined with interesting character development and enough corporate intrigue to make Iron Man unique among superhero comics. Really enjoying seeing Pepper get her own suit, and while having Tony forget everything he did during Civil War, etc feels a bit overly convenient, it's handled in an interesting way and his interactions with other characters are impacted by this enough that it feels justified.Too bad the omnibuses only collected up to volume 6. Guess I'll have to c [...]


    14. Once again, Pepper Pepper Pepper. My heart kind of broke a little at her ambivalence to bringing Tony back, and then I was so unbelievably happy to see her back in the suit. Tony's stint wandering around his own brain was creepy and fascinating with really beautiful art. And I feel like I shouldn't have found the whole rebuilding-the-company plot so fascinating, but I really really enjoyed all that stuff. (Tony's fetish for turning himself into an android is kinda creepy though.)


    15. As vol. 1 was to destruction, vol. 2 is to construction of Tony, the new company, Stark Resilient, and Pepper. While nothing is as emotional as the Spider-man team-up issue from vol. 1 and the tension is not as high which may make it feel like a bridge (especially given the big reveal at the end), there is some great all around look into Tony effectively building from scratch and introspection and development with Pepper.


    16. Still quite good, although not as compelling as the previous volume. The first arc is too unsurprising and forced--what else are you going to do after the events of the previous volume? The second arc is a little too rambly, but still full of strong moments. But don't get me wrong: this is still really good Iron Man.


    17. This is a really engaging series. I like reading it in omnibus style so that I can get a good chunk of story in one sitting. I really like the relationships in these stories. It does a good job of exploring he human side of things, without sacrificing the action.


    18. This was still fun, but I wish Pepper didn't seem like an inconsistent character. I like where Tony is heading as a character, even though something seems off. The entire "rebooting" of the Stark was interesting and I'm glad we got past the Dark Reign stuff.


    19. The stories in here weren't as great as the first volume. I do enjoy Fraction's storytelling technique.He makes reading Iron Man enjoyable.




    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *