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Invincible Iron Man #67: Review

Jun 2003
Robin Laws, Michael Ryan

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Manhunt: Part Three

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3 stars

Invincible Iron Man #67 Review by (April 14, 2010)
When an F.B.I. agent points at Iron Man, telling him he's under arrest, he says "Don't mess this up... sir. I admire you. My kid has your action figure."

T Vernon's added comments:-


Review: Tony Stark fights a fat nurse! Well, actually she’s a mercenary killer who looks like a fat nurse but it was funnier the way I put it. But then Shellhead has his armor on when he fights a military helicopter on a city street and that’s more spectacular but looked at objectively: fighting the Bosnian hitwoman without any armor or gadgets (aside from a poison proof liver) was the more impressive feat. Pepper is even madder at him and Rumiko has been ignored for two issues so she’s a bit mopey. And Nick Fury is on hand though he looks a little chunkier under Grell’s artwork. Still a good blend of action and human drama.


Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Invincible Iron Man #67 Synopsis by Julio Molina-Muscara
Tony Stark struggles but is finally able to defeat Mabel the nurse, who is actually Senka Grdic, a mercenary wanted for international crimes. While Tony explains his doctor that a filtering mechanism implanted in his body makes him immune to poison, Grdic tells Nick Fury that she works for North Korea, who purchased the weapon (used to attack the Chinese Embassy) from Stark. Then the F.B.I. discovers a deposit for 500 million dollars made to Stark Enterprises by North Koreans. The press and the law now consider Tony Stark the number one suspect in the Chinese Embassy attack. 

Nick Fury believes that Tony Stark is being framed, and offers to protect him. But while taking Stark in a S.H.I.E.L.D. vehicle, they're attacked with missiles from a helicopter. Iron Man is barely able to contain the threat because Tony's still weak from his wounds. 

Realizing nobody can protect him but himself, Iron Man visits the Kang-Ho Seok residence to let them know that they're also being framed, and that there's a traitor within their ranks. Moments later, Iron Man resists arrest, and flies away taking someone who was being punished at the residence. 

Finally, F.B.I. Agent Neil Streich questions Pepper Potts, believing she is somehow involved, and she agrees (is forced) to cooperate.

Preview Pages
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Michael Ryan
Rich Perrotta
Avalon Studios
Letterer: Randy Gentile.
Editor: Tom Brevoort.


Listed in Alphabetical Order.

Iron Man
Iron Man

(Tony Stark)
Pepper Potts
Pepper Potts

(Pepper Hogan)

Plus: Rumiko Fujikawa.

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