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Comic Book: Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin

What This Book is About:
A retelling of Tales of Suspense #50-55, with even more of a role for the Mandarin.

Data Sheet:
Dates
Nov 2007 to Apr 2008
N/A
1

Characters most frequently found in this comic book:
In order of appearances.

Iron Man
Iron Man

(Tony Stark)
Black Widow
Black Widow

(Natasha Romanoff)
Plus: Po, Happy Hogan, Crimson Dynamo (Anton Vanko), Scarecrow (Ebenezer Laughton), Temugin.

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Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin #1
3.5 stars

Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin #1

November 2007
"(no title given)"
Script: Joe Casey
We begin with a very abbreviated origin of the Mandarin, descendant of Genghis Khan, in China in 1954, from Tales of Suspense #62. He enters the Valley of the Spirits, discovers an ancient crashed spaceship with long-dead aliens, and a source of power. [...]
Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin #2
3.5 stars

Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin #2

December 2007
"(no title given)"
Script: Joe Casey
The battle between Iron Man and Mandarin commences in earnest. The Golden Avenger doesn't go down as easily as he did in their initial meeting last issue. But he is still outclassed by the power of his foe's rings.Tony Stark was sent by SHIELD to find out how dangerous Mandarin is. Now he knows. [...]
Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin #3
3.5 stars

Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin #3

January 2008
"(no title given)"
Script: Joe Casey
Injured Tony Stark in the still-damaged Iron Man armour (from fighting Mandarin in #1-2) battles Scarecrow and his crows with help from Happy Hogan. Scarecrow escapes with the data he stole from the Stark Industries database.Scarecrow is working for Mandarin, through an intermediary Mr Miyagi. [...]
Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin #4
3.5 stars

Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin #4

February 2008
"(no title given)"
Script: Joe Casey
Last issue Mandarin's son Temugin, under his father's hypnotic control, shot Tony Stark. Now he realises that Stark has survived because of his chestplate. And he also makes the connection - Stark is Iron Man!As Temugin fires again, Stark uses the uni-beam on his chest to blind him. [...]
Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin #5
3.5 stars

Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin #5

March 2008
"(no title given)"
Script: Joe Casey
Iron Man heads to China strapped to a missile, as Mandarin deploys his stolen Western (ie American) technology. But it is Tony Stark who appears at Mandarin's gate, to be thrown in a dungeon. [...]
Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin #6
3.5 stars

Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin #6

April 2008
"(no title given)"
Script: Joe Casey
Iron Man's fight with Mandarin last issue ended with Shellhead wrapped in metal tape attached to the stone columns from which it's strands issued. Mandarin thinks he's won.But Iron Man fires his boot jets and flies up into the air, pulling the columns apart below him. [...]