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Tales of Suspense Iron Man's First Appearance in Tales of Suspense #39.

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Iron Man # 1 (May, 1968)

 

 

Iron Man Beats Captain America Iron Man Beats Captain America

 

Iron Man, Director of Shield Iron Man, Director of Shield

 

Iron Man and Captain America Iron Man and Captain America in Marvel's Civil War

 Iron Man and Spider-Man Iron Man and Spider-Man

While demostrating new weapons technology for the U.S. military, billionaire arms designer and manufacterer, Anthony "Tony" Stark suffers life-threatening injuries in an enemy ambush. Captured by an enemy warlord, Stark is forced to create a high-tech weapon for his captor. Instead, Tony Stark designs a powerful suit of advanced armor which he wears to effect his escape and, in doing so, becomes the Iron Man. (Tales of Suspense #39, March, 1963)

As with many superheroes, Tony Stark went to great lengths to hide his identity as Iron Man. As far as the public knew, Iron Man was an employee of Stark Enterprises whose job it was to act as Stark's bodyguard in an armored suite designed by Tony Stark. Over the years, Stark kept up this fiction; even claiming that he occassionally replaced one Iron Man employee with others. Eventually, Stark revealed his identity to the world.

 

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Family

Howard Anthony Stark --Father; deceased

Maria Collins Carbonell Stark --Mother; deceased

Morgan Stark --Cousin

Associates, Colleagues, & Opponents

Friends & Allies

The Avengers

The Fantastic Four

Captain America

Thor

War Machine (Jim Rhodes)

Nick Fury

Hawkeye (former foe)

Black Widow (former foe)

Pepper Potts

Enemies

The Mandarin

Crimson Dynamo

Titanium Man

Fin Fang Foom

Whiplash

Kang The Conqueror

Immortus

Justin Hammer

Madame Masque

MODOK

The Unicorn

Hydra

AIM

 

Links and Resources on Iron Man

Marvel Universe Iron Man (Anthony Stark)--Official Marvel Universe Webpage.

Advanced Iron.org

Iron Man: The Many Loves of Tony Stark--A look at a few of the many women romanced by Tony Stark over the years.

The Religious Affiliation of Comic Book Character Tony Stark: Iron Man--An interesting analysis of the possible religious beliefs of Iron Man.

Comic-Con: Full 'Iron Man 2' Panel Report--MTV, July 25, 2009

About Us

Significant Issues Affecting Iron Man/Tony Stark:

 

Co-founded The Avengers (Avengers # 1, 1963)

Red and gold armor debuted (Tales of Suspense #48, 1963)

Became an alcoholic (Iron Man #167-182, 1983-1984)

Jim Rhodes became Iron Man (Iron Man #169-199, 1983-1985)

Tony Stark returned as Iron Man in red & silver armor (Iron Man #200, 1985)

Iron Man fought the Armor Wars against armored villains and U.S. Government Guardsmen (Iron Man #225-231, 1987-1988)

James Rhodes took over as Iron Man again (Iron Man #284, 1992)

Tony Stark resumed role as Iron Man again (Iron Man #289, 1993)

Iron Man helped found Force Works (Force Works #1, 1994)

Iron Man armor became sentient, killed Whiplash (Iron Man #26-30, 2000)

Ultron took control of armor (Iron Man #46-49, 2001-2002)

Tony Stark appointed as U.S. Secretary of Defense (Iron Man #73-78, 2003)

Iron Man infiltrated the Thunderbolts disguised as Cobalt Man (Avengers/Thunderbolts #1-6, 2004)

Iron Man helped form the New Avengers (New Avengers #1, 2005)

Tony Stark appointed Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Civil War #7, 2007)

Source:Marvel Universe Iron Man (Anthony Stark)--Official Marvel Universe Webpage.

 

 

 

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