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by Mark Waid,Chris Waid,Chris Claremont,Sean Chen,Patrick Zircher,Salvador Larroca,Kurt Busiek
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  • Author:
    Mark Waid,Chris Waid,Chris Claremont,Sean Chen,Patrick Zircher,Salvador Larroca,Kurt Busiek
  • ISBN:
    0785162607
  • ISBN13:
    978-0785162605
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  • Publisher:
    Marvel (August 15, 2012)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
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    Graphic Novels
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  • Rating:
    4.9
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Iron Man to 10 (by Busiek & Chen): this is the main story from the book, the one that gives it its name. Most of the artwork here is by Sean Chen and Patrick Zircher, two artists who nicely compliment each other.

Iron Man to 10 (by Busiek & Chen): this is the main story from the book, the one that gives it its name. Loose ends from the previous volume start to get settled in this climatic battle between Tony Stark and his arch-nemesis, The Mandarin. The highlight here is the fight inside Mandarin's flying dragon. I'm taking a few points off of this title because it leaves some plot points unresolved.

Iron Man/Captain America Annual '98: "Life and Liberty" (with Kurt Busiek, Roger Stern and Patrick Zircher, 1998) collected in Iron Man: Revenge of the Mandarin . Mark Waid at the Comic Book DB (archived from the original).

Iron Man/Captain America Annual '98: "Life and Liberty" (with Kurt Busiek, Roger Stern and Patrick Zircher, 1998) collected in Iron Man: Revenge of the Mandarin (hc, 256 pages, 2012, ISBN 0-7851-6260-7). php?title Mark Waid bibliography&oldid 934554847". Categories: Bibliographies of American writers. Bibliographies by writer. Lists of comics by creator.

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Author Kurt Busiek, Roger Stern, Mark Waid, Chris Waid, Chris Claremont. You will get a notification at the top of the site as soon as the current price equals or falls below your price. Illustrator Sean Chen, Patrick Zircher, Salvador Larroca. You can also get an instant mobile notification with our iPhone- or Android app.

Start by marking Iron Man: Revenge of the Mandarin as Want to Read . As for the Iron Man collected here, I'm reminded that Kurt Busiek is a fine writer.

Start by marking Iron Man: Revenge of the Mandarin as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Iron Man must deal with the cold, calculated attack of his arch-villain the Mandarin. Then, Shellhead teams with Avengers teammate Captain America to face the menace of . Finally, the Armoured Avenger allies with the Fantastic Four in a story that literally sends them to the moon more. More 70's style of Marvel storytelling with a high word count per page.

Iron Man: Revenge of the Mandarin. Salvador Larroca 1. Sean Chen 1. Patrick Zircher 1. Chris Claremont 1. Mark Waid 1. Roger Stern 1. Kurt Busiek 1. Jacob Rougemont 1. Iron Man: Revenge of the Mandarin. Most issue appearances.

Collects Iron Man (1998) Iron Man/Captain America Annual '98 and Fantastic Four (1998) Kurt Busiek Chris Claremont Roger Stern Mark Waid. Sean Chen Salvador Larroca Patrick Zircher.

Collects Iron Man (1998) Iron Man/Captain America Annual '98 and Fantastic Four (1998) Out of his armor - but never out of options! Tony Stark's day begins when he and the Avengers take on the Mandarin's Dragon of Heaven in Russia. Then, he joins the Fantastic Four to fight Kree crusader Ronan the Accuser on the moon. Kurt Busiek Chris Claremont Roger Stern Mark Waid. Art by: Sean Chen Salvador Larroca Patrick Zircher.

It's a new beginning for Iron Man as Kurt Busiek and Sean Chen reinvent the Armored Avenger! Tony Stark is back, with a new company, Stark Solutions. but the Mandarin plans to destroy Tony's dreams before they take shape! And if that's not enough, Iron Man must face Firebrand, Whiplash, MODOK, Controller, Fin Fang Foom, Count Nefaria, the Exemplars, Ultimo and the all-new War Machine - while romancing the beautiful Rumiko Fujikawa and protecting his secret identity!

Authors: Mark Waid, and 3 more Collecting Iron Man (1998) Iron Man/Captain America Annual ‘98 and Fantastic Four (1998) Specifications.

Authors: Mark Waid, and 3 more. Artists: Patrick Zircher, and 2 more. Published by: Marvel Comics. Tony Stark’s day begins when he and the Avengers take on the Mandarin’s Dragon of Heaven in Russia. Collecting Iron Man (1998) Iron Man/Captain America Annual ‘98 and Fantastic Four (1998) Specifications.

After nearly being beaten to death, Iron Man returns to take on the Mandarin who is preparing to attack Russia from his flying fortress.

SARAND
Iron Man: Revenge Of The Mandarin HC collects:

- Iron Man #8 to 14 (of the 1998 series)
- Iron Man & Captain America Annual '98
- Fantastic Four #15 (which cross-overs with Iron Man #14).

This book is the sequel to the Iron Man: Deadly Solutions HC released a couple of years ago, and continues to collect in hardcover format the Kurt Busiek & Sean Chen run on Iron Man, which originally acted as a relaunch for the character in 1998. Back then, before the Iron Man movie-mania, this collection of comics helped to re-establish Iron Man as a relevant character in the Marvel Universe. Iron Man was not such a popular character at the end of the last century, but Busiek was aware of the character's potential and made a wonderful job restoring Tony Stark as multi-layered character: a business-man, an innovator, a playboy and of course, a super-hero.

This may not be such a radical take on Iron Man as the full-scale visionary-futurist Tony Stark that we've seen in the Warren Ellis and Matt Fraction's relaunchs (and the Marvel Studios' movies), but Busiek's run is still an excellent read full of character-developement and classic super-heroic intrigue and battles. This is arguably the best Iron Man of the entire '90s decade.

Now a little summary of the issues included:

- Iron Man #8 to 10 (by Busiek & Chen): this is the main story from the book, the one that gives it its name. Loose ends from the previous volume start to get settled in this climatic battle between Tony Stark and his arch-nemesis, The Mandarin. It's great to see how Busiek developes an epic and decisive battle in only 3 issues (by today standards it would probably take at least 6 issues to do it). The Mandarin characterization is excellent. We also get the Black Widow, the Avengers, the Winter Guard and a [email protected] and revamped Whiplash, another classic Iron Man villain.

- Iron Man & Captain America Annual '98 (by Busiek, Roger Stern, Mark Waid & Patrick Zircher, double-sized issue): a trully excellent and all-star (check those authors!) one-shot that exploits to the full the character tension that always permeates the relationship between Iron Man and Cap. All of that while fighting M.O.D.O.K. and A.I.M.

- Iron Man #11 and 12 (by Busiek, Chen & Zircher): Carol Danvers (Ms. Marvel, aka "Warbird" at that time) is back to help Tony deal with the aftermath of his battle against the Mandarin and help him fight a new War Machine with a new and mysterious identity.

- Iron Man #13 (by Busiek & Chen, double-sized issue): still dealing with the aftermath of the Mandarin battle, Tony has to face the Controller, another classic villain that Busiek manages to breath new life into.

- Fantastic Four #15 and Iron Man #14 (by Chris Claremont, Busiek, Stern, Salvador Larroca & Chen): Tony Stark wears a brand new armor and team-ups with the Fantastic Four to face Ronan The Accuser, the extraterrestial Kree villain, in the Blue Area of the moon. While not a bad story at all, I think this one may be only weak link of the book.

About the edition:
This book is of excellent quality, featuring a great hardcover sewn-binding, beautiful paper stock and golden metal engravings printed on the front of the book and the spine (that you can see when you remove the dust cover). It's a very comfortable book, with no gutter loss, so the art can be fully appreciated. The dust cover also features golden metal ink details that matches the previous volume (the only difference is that in this one the Marvel logo in the spine is printed in red). All the covers are featured at he beggining of the chapters. There are no extras, except for the small reproduction of the original cover art without the logo and a full page Wizard cover featuring Iron Man illustrated by Sean Chen.

Negative Aspects:
My only complain is that the book is somewhat over-priced compared to the previous volume. Iron Man: Deadly Solutions featured exactly the same high-quality aspects of this book with a 192 page count for 24.99, while Revenge Of The Mandarin has a 256 page count for 39.99. That's 15 dollars more expensive for the solely difference of 64 more pages. So I recommend you to buy this edition with the highest discount you can find to make it more affordable.

Conclusion:
This is a great book in every aspect: story, art and edition. If you already read and liked the Iron Man: Deadly Solutions HC, I fully recommend you get this book. I think it surpasses the previous volume (which was great!) as it delves deeper into the character and his universe. And if you are new to Iron Man and interested in getting this book, I think the best way to enjoy it is by reading Deadly Solutions first.
JoJosho
This was the Iron Man series I grew up with as a teenager. It was nice to obtain these stories in a hardcover collected edition. The writing is top notch and the artwork of Sean Chen is very pleasing to the eyes. I hope Marvel releases more of this series in HC collected editions. The Busiek/Chen team made Iron Man great.
Tyler Is Not Here
This is the second volume of Kurt Busiek's run on Iron Man, collecting issues #8-14, Iron Man /Captain America Annual 99 and Fantastic Four #15. It continues some story threads from the first volume, and features some fights with Whiplash, Controller, War Machine (?) and the aforementioned Mandarin. Most of the artwork here is by Sean Chen and Patrick Zircher, two artists who nicely compliment each other. The highlight here is the fight inside Mandarin's flying dragon. I'm taking a few points off of this title because it leaves some plot points unresolved. Come on volume 3!
Djang
The book wasn't very good, if you are expecting a big mandarin story like i was you will be let down. And the story isn't that great to start with, there a lot more mandarin stories out there that are much better. The rest of the stories are pretty cheesie with that late 90's early 00's writing style, with too much wordage that covers up the art...I would not recommend buying this book.