tony stark: iron man
The latest issue of Tony Stark: Iron Man contains a fitting reference to one of the character's classic television appearances.
Tony Stark's new romance with Janet van Dyne might be what turns a former Avenger into a villain for good.
In Tony Stark: Iron Man #4, the title character goes on a date, and has to use a secret Iron Man suit no one saw coming.
Tony Stark and Janet Van Dyne, two longtime Avengers, reunite in Marvel Comics' Tony Stark: Iron Man #4, by Dan Slott and Valerio Schiti.
In the preview of Tony Stark: Iron Man #3, we are introduced to the character’s latest invention, a simulation that allows you to become Iron Man.
Marvel's new comic series Tony Stark: Iron Man launches the billionaire genius on a new adventure that introduces quite a few new super-suits.
It's dangerous to be Iron Man, but it's even more dangerous to be Tony Stark considering the main villain behind the hero's new series.
Tony Stark has a brand new series and a brand new company, and they, and Iron Man, are bigger and bolder than ever.
Tony Stark is back, and Dan Slott and Valerio Schiti bring along a few other familiar faces as well, in a largely fun introduction with some flaws.
The cover to September's Tony Stark: Iron Man #4 features the Armored Avenger sharing a kiss with Janet Van Dyne Wasp.
Marvel is celebrating the launch of Tony Stark: Iron Man #1 with the release of 20 armor-themed variant covers.
When Dan Slott and Valerio Schiti launch Tony Stark: Iron Man #1, the Armored Avenger will have to deal with a brand-new business rival.
Marvel Comics teases the resurrection of James Rhodes/War Machine in Dan Slott and Valerio Schiti's Tony Stark: Iron Man.