#Iron Man


Marvel's Avengers Reveals Civil War Surprise for Fans

Marvel's Avengers has a special Captain America: Civil War surprise for fans of the Google Stadia, PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X game. Since releasing Marvel's Avengers, developer Crystal Dynamics has completely reversed its tune about distancing the game from the MCU. In development and in marketing, Crystal Dynamics was adamant that it was not making an MCU game. Fast-forward, and now the only content regularly being released for the game are MCU suits for the its various different characters. The latest MCU suit is for Iron Man fans, and it involves Captain America: Civil War.
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Robert Downey Jr. to Get His Hands Dirty Restoring Classic Cars for Discovery+ Series

It’s just been announced that Iron Man star Robert Downey Jr. is primed to star and executive produce an unscripted Discovery+ reality series, where he and his team of experts will restore classic cars while making them eco-friendly in an attempt to restore a tainted environment, per The Hollywood Reporter. The series has a working title of Downey's Dream Cars, and is expected to release on the platform in late 2022.
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‘Captain America/Iron Man: The Armor & The Shield’ review

It’s an exciting time for the old red, white, and blue shield bearer, with not just one but two ongoing Captain America titles on the slate for this summer. Before we crack open Sentinel of Liberty or Symbol of Truth, let’s revisit Cap’s latest adventure in writer Derek Landy, artist Angel Unzueta, and colorist Rachelle Rosenberg’s Captain America/Iron Man: The Armor and The Shield trade paperback. Collecting all five issues from the mini-series of the same name, this is an enjoyable and compact story that builds on the mythos of both characters while rewarding readers who have kept up with Landy’s previous work at Marvel — though at times it can feel a little overstuffed.
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Marvel Licenses Stan Lee's Likeness for Theme Parks, Merch, Maybe Even Movies

You might be seeing Stan Lee again, thanks to a deal that licenses the late Marvel supremo's likeness for theme parks, merchandise and other Disney entertainments. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Marvel has reached an agreement with a company co-founded by Lee, which now holds the rights to his name, voice, signature and likeness. Before his death in 2018, the ebullient former Marvel comics writer and editor-in-chief made cameos in each Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, and was as well known as the characters he co-created like Spider-Man, the Hulk and Iron Man.

Disney Plus Censors Racial Slur from Iron Man 3 One-Shot

We all know for a fact that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has always been a family-friendly franchise but to its credit, it's been making some drastic changes to its product and pushing the envelope as of late in terms of maturity. However, that's not to say that Marvel Studios is operating without any sort of restriction because at the end of the day, Disney still wants to play it clean.

Corpus Christi's 'superhero' neighborhood getting online recognition

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — In the Starlight Estates subdivision off Yorktown Boulevard in Corpus Christi, everywhere you look there's a street named after a Marvel character and even several DC comic heroes. New subdivisions have been popping up on Corpus Christi's southside for years now, but this one is...

Ranking All The MCU Movies Iron Man Appeared in From Worst to Best

Throughout the first three phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Tony Stark/Iron Man was the closest thing to a central character. Robert Downey Jr. appeared in a total of 10 films throughout phases 1-3, including the first film of phase 1, Iron Man, and the climactic (though technically not last) film of phase 3, Avengers: Endgame.

Nerds Rejoice! Superhero Neighborhood Being Built in Texas Right Now

Imagine being a kid growing up in superhero neighborhood? I would have freaked out if this was my address. For some reason, Texas communities have started naming new neighborhoods after specific things. For instance, in 2020 I did a story on a Dallas Cowboys themed neighborhood in San Antonio. Every street was named after a different Dallas Cowboys player. I love the Cowboys, but I know not everybody does. How about superheros?