Iron Man appeared for the first time on the pages of a Marvel comic book in 1963. Now you can see Iron Man in the following animated images below.
During that very fertile creative season in which, in the space of a handful of years, characters as famous and beloved as Spider-Man, Captain America, Hulk, the Fantastic Four, and the X-Men made their appearance.
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Iron Man is the story of Tony Stark, a billionaire industrialist, and brilliant inventor. He is also the CEO of Stark Industries, the U.S. government’s premier weapons supplier.
Tony has achieved celebrity status by arming the U.S. military and protecting American interests around the world.
Tony’s carefree lifestyle changes when, following a weapons test he oversees, his convoy is attacked in Afghanistan, and a group of insurgents takes him hostage.
Wounded by a deadly grenade that hits him near the heart, which is already a little shaky, Tony receives orders to build a powerfully destructive weapon for Raza, the insurgents’ mysterious leader.
Ignoring his captors’ demands, Tony uses his intellect and ingenuity to build instead an armor that will keep him alive and allow him to escape captivity.
After returning to America, Tony must come to terms with his past: he no longer wants to build weapons and vows to take Stark Industries in a new direction.
Tony spends days and nights in his lab, developing and perfecting an advanced technology armor that will protect him physically and give him superhuman strength.
With the help of his longtime assistant Pepper Potts and his trusted friend Rhodey, a captain in the U.S. Army, Tony uncovers a nefarious plot that has global implications for humanity.
Wearing his powerful new red and gold armor, Stark then vows to protect the world as his new alter-ego, Iron Man.
On the other hand, Tony Stark is one of the founding members of the Avengers, and Captain America will be the co-leader.
However, Stark’s biggest scandal and the fact that it made him land and become human were his roles in the original “Civil War”.
Iron Man plays the role of the technocratic side leader, as a metaphor for the policies of the Republican Administration.
His confrontation with Steve Rogers lacerated his public image, and many fans became disillusioned with the hero’s authoritarian turn.
At this point, he also began one of his most brilliant editorial periods after this dark episode.
In more recent stories, his fragility and weakness have reached new levels. After discovering the secret of his birth and traveling to the stars again, seeing his moral compass inverted by a spell and other disasters, Stark lost his company.
And although he has recently returned from his long sleep, ready to wage war with “Marvel Legacy”, we cannot help but wonder: what will the future hold for the hero?