THE ORIGINAL HEAVY METAL HERO
Millionaire industrialist Tony Stark’s genius for designing and building high-tech, ultradestructive weapons for America’s armed forces has inspired critics to dub him the modern-day Leonardo da Vinci–as well as “merchant of death,” a moniker he embraces with cool arrogance. But when he’s ambushed and kidnapped in the middle of a war zone, Stark comes face-to-face with his own mortality . . . and his true destiny. Now, thanks to him, enemy forces are about to meet their maker. And the world of warfare is about to meet its future–a weapon of mass destruction that walks and talks. When man and machine unite, it can only mean one thing: It’s time to stand ready or stand back–but don’t stand in the way, or else risk the mighty metallic fury of . . .
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iron man was a pretty good bookUser Review - jb12345 - Borders
I liked iron man and I also liked the movie...thats what got me into reading the book. Well I think the book is alot like the movie, so if you liked the movie you will like the book. If you havent ... Read full review
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Another summer blockbuster from Marvel and another tie-in novelization from Peter David. As usual, David takes the movie script and using his vast knowledge of comics and the history of the characters ... Read full review