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Picture this: Tony Stark. In space. In a bar. With ladies. What could go wrong? Plus: is Tony guilty of a crime he's not even aware of? Tune in NOW! for the shocking start of an all-new, all-different direction for the Armored Avenger, helmed by superstar creators Kieron Gillen and Greg Land!

COLLECTING: Iron Man 6-11



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  • Relié: 136 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel (3 septembre 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785168346
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785168348
  • Dimensions du produit: 17,8 x 1,3 x 26,7 cm
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Ce tome fait suite à Believe (épisodes 1 à 5), relance de la série dans le cadre de l'opération Marvel NOW!. Il contient les épisodes 6 à 11 initialement parus en 2013, tous écrits par Kieron Gillen, dessinés par Greg Land et encrés Jay Leisten pour les épisodes 6 à 8, dessinés et encrés par Dale Eaglesham pour les épisodes 9 à 11.

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Épisodes 6 à 8 - Tony Stark a décidé de partir pour l'espace afin de découvrir de nouvelles choses. Alors que l'histoire commence il est en train de défendre une planète artificielle contre une flotte de vaisseaux pirates. Après la bataille, il prend un verre bien mérité sur la planète Voldi, en compagnie de Veritina, l'une des princesses. Dans le même établissement, Death's Head sirote également une boisson. Bien qu'ils appartiennent à 2 races différentes, Tony Stark accepte l'invitation de Veritina à la raccompagner chez elle. Mais une fois dans sa chambre, leur romance se heurte à 2 obstacles. Le premier fait vomir la princesse, le second met la vie de Stark en danger, car il est sous le coup d'une inculpation pour déicide.

C'est l'anniversaire de Tony Stark et le voilà tout seul au fin fond de l'espace. Qu'à cela ne tienne, il va sauver une vieille race extraterrestre, et draguer leur princesse.
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De l humour des beignes et du cosmique sans oublier un brin de nostagie avec les mesaventures d howard stark a las vegas dans les 60's contre les petits hommes gris
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Tony Stark; engineer, hero, godkiller, saviour of the universe 30 octobre 2013
Par Culleton - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
There may be spoilers ahead...

Collecting issues 6 to 11 of the new, revamped Iron Man series under the Marvel NOW! revolution, this volume is split into 2 parts. The first 3 issues is a story called Godkiller, and is an aftermath to the Avengers versus X-Men event from 2012. The second half of the volume is the first part of an epic story that will take up all of volume 3 as well, entitled The Secret Origin of Tony Stark.

Godkiller is linked to Secret Origin, so they are not standalone stories. At the end of volume 1, Iron Man left Planet Earth and headed out into the stars to basically explore and have new adventures and "boldly go...etc". Volume 2 kicks off with him having one such adventure where we see him in the midst of a dogfight against alien space pirates and coming to the aid of an alien race called the Voldi.

The Voldi are hugely grateful for his intervention and we next see him being amorous with a purple skinned alien princess, and all is going well at first base until the Voldi discover that Iron Man was responsible for the destruction of the Phoenix Force (see Avengers Versus X-Men by Brian Michael Bendis (2012), who the race just happen to worship as their God. Oops.

So Tony is on trial for the crime of deicide. Step forward Recorder 451, an alien robot of unknown origin who, for as yet unknown reasons, wishes to assist Tony in gaining his freedom.

After some gladitorial trial by combat and the appearance of Death's Head - a 30 foot tall robot bounty hunter, plus some nasty genocidal destruction of the Voldi, we move on to the start of the epic Secret Origin storyline.

In this story, Tony is now held captive by Recorder 451, and he begins to show him an old video reel, recorded by Tony's father Howard, and all of a sudden, everything that Tony know's about his past and heritage has all been a lie. Why? Because the recording shows Howard Stark and Recorder 451 working together, and we learn that 451 intervenes during Tony's time in his mother's womb, manipulating his genes in order for him to be the greatest scientist/engineer that ever lived.

Most of this part of the story is told in flashback mode, as Howard Stark learns of a way of saving his dying, unborn child. Heading to Las Vegas with a band of questionable merry men, he finds a gang of alien gangsters, hiding in disguise but in plain sight who have Recorder 451 captive. Rescuing 451, Howard learns that 451 can save his child, and reveals that Tony is destined for greatness, but only 451's intervention can achieve this.

So, we learn that Tony Stark is not a naturally gifted individual and a chip off the old block - he has actually been genetically engineered to be that way. This is quite a revelation and as promised by writer Kieron Gillen in his narrative at the start, it has kind of shook the foundations of the Iron Man mythology.

But I like it. It changes the way I think about him now. Reed Richards, Henry Pym, Hank McCoy - all brilliant and leading superhero scientists in their own right, but are now seemingly overshadowed by Tony Stark, who has a destiny to save the Earth which is being watched, we learn from 451, by cosmic beings. This possibly connects to this year's Marvel event INFINITY.

Kieron Gillen is just about at the top of his game at the moment. I devotingly loved his work on Journey Into Mystery, and this may be evident in my reviews of that title here on Amazon, which I've mostly given five stars.

I'm trying to give his Iron Man books 5 stars, but I just can't. Whilst his first 2 volumes have been really good, they are not astoundingly great when I compare them to his awesome Journey Into Mystery stories. I would probably give them 4.5 stars. The artists are decent enough, and in this volume the pencil duties are shared between Greg Land and Dale Eaglesham. Both are high quality artists, and the colouring is superb as well.

I should probably give another quarter mark for bringing Death's Head into the story. I remember him from the late 80s but I could not recall from what publication. After a quick type into my trusty search engine, I found that he was in Transformers comics, which I've never read, and also made the odd appearance in Dr Who comics, which I probably did read for a short while in my mid to late teens. Gillen brought him back recently in S.W.O.R.D. but now he's in Iron Man. Bravo I say, and I hope there's more to come from this strange but brilliant bounty hunter.

This 4.75 rated volume ends on a cliffhanger, so there's more to come from The Secret Origin of Tony Stark. As Death's Head might say, "To be continued, yes?"
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Slow but sets up a great plot. 10 février 2014
Par Kyle Judge - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I've read a ton of review on this Volume and I see a majority of people disliking it. I believe that the story starts off a bit slow and has you really thinking Gillen is completely ruining Tony Stark as a character. I promise you read this volume and the next and you will be totally blown away. This is only Part one of two and this volume sets up a majority of the story in Volume 3. I highly recommend that if you are a fan of the Iron Man series or Gillen to read this comic.

Only down side is the art work could be a little finer and not as clunky. Otherwise I would have given a five.
Iron Man in spaaaaaaaaaace 21 décembre 2013
Par Sam Quixote - Publié sur Amazon.com
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With a new Iron Man armour, a new AI - PEPPER - and a new sense of dissatisfaction following the realisation of mankind's potential and how far they are from achieving it, Tony Stark has left Earth behind and headed out into the cosmos. In this book, Tony faces an alien court of justice following the death of the Phoenix Force, and then learns some shocking truths about his parentage.

Kieron Gillen's first Iron Man book was very tedious as each issue showed Tony trying out a new armour. This episodic structure led to a very disjointed reading experience. And then there was Greg Land's artwork... Land might be the worst artist working at Marvel today. He made Tony look Mongolian for goodness sake! He's still here though.

The second book is less choppy but unfortunately no better. The first story arc - Godkiller (in no way related to the Jason Aaron Thor/ God Butcher storyline, but what is it about killing gods at Marvel?!) - has a distinctly Star Wars flavour to it. Tony's first in an alien bar hitting on an alien princess, then gets arrested for killing the Phoenix (see Avengers Vs X-Men - or don't, it was terrible! And it wasn't even Tony who did the deed, it was Scarlet Witch and Hope!). He has to fight a series of alien gladiators in an extended Luke Skywalker/Rancor sequence that isn't in any way as exciting as the Return of the Jedi scene. And then there's Greg Land's art, which hasn't improved either.

The second story arc is more promising, if only for Dale Eaglesham taking over the art. Tony is hot on the trail of evil genocidal robot 451 who reveals to him a deal he made years ago with his dad, Howard Stark. 451 is actually a pretty good villain who doesn't actually follow the usual bad guy features of menacing appearance and constant evil rhetoric. He kills literally hundreds of thousands yet seems somewhat sympathetic - an amazing feat from Gillen.

The story itself, the first part of The Secret Origin of Tony Stark? Not so good. It's basically Ocean's 11 but way more rushed and barely interesting. Back in the 60s, Howard Stark assembles a team to rip off a Vegas casino run by Greys (the quintessential alien template). Another movie reference stuck out in the character of the alien Rollo, who betrays his fellow Greys and looks/acts/talks just like Fredo in The Godfather!

So that's the second volume of Gillen's Iron Man: derivative and uninspired. He riffed on a number of popular movie plots and characters that didn't work well here and fashioned an altogether forgettable and boring book. Check out Gillen's sublime Young Avengers to see why this dude keeps getting work.
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What could have been sort of cool is executed in a way that will leave you shaking your head and rolling your eyes... 12 février 2014
Par N. Beitler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Title: Iron Man Vol 2: The Secret Origin of Tony Stark Book 1 (HC)
Publisher: Marvel
Writer: Kieron Gillen
Artists: Greg Land, Dale Eaglesham (pencils), Jay Leisten, Dale Eaglesham (inks), Guru eFX (colors), Greg Land & Guru eFX (covers)
Collects: Iron Man #6-10
Price: $24.99

OK, so here goes Tony Stark off into space. Why? Well… because that’s where Kieron Gillen wants him to be to discover his “secret origin.” As the book opens up, we find Tony Stark single-handedly repelling a fleet of space pirates who are attacking an “ancient artificial world.” How did he find this artificial world that no one else is aware of? How did he get into deep space? How can he tell the good guys from the bad guys when they are all alien? These are questions Gillen would prefer you not ask, as there are no good answers to be had.

Later on, Tony finds himself celebrating at the local space disco bar with a bunch of aliens who all look like Earth women but with purple or blue or orange skin. How convenient for him that they are so similar to humans and that they find him sexually attractive. Ha! How much more ridiculous is this going to get? Oh, much more so, indeed.

It turns out that these alien people that Tony just happened to find, happen to worship the Phoenix Force that Tony just happened to have had a hand in destroying. Oh no! Big trouble for Tony, right? Not so fast! There just happens to be an alien observation droid present who just so happens to have been keeping an eye on him from his birth and now happens to have a plan for his escape.

And on and on and on it goes. One more mixed-up and unbelievable plot point after another. It all goes downhill from start to finish. I won’t go into it any further. I think it’s plenty apparent, by now, just what I think of this book.

On a brighter note, Greg Land and Dale Eaglesham DO turn in some rather eye-catching artwork, so there’s at least that. One of my favorite (but obscure) characters also happens to make an appearance – Death’s Head! So, that was kind of cool. I still don’t understand how he is a different size every time he shows up. This time around, he’s about thirty feet tall. The last time I saw him he was about fifty feet tall. The time before that, he was about seven feet tall. I can only assume that the writers who decide to use him think he’s cool and all, but don’t bother to take any time to read any of the back issues he has appeared in.

Other than the eye candy and the fun guest appearance by Death’s Head, this book just flat-out sucks. I wouldn’t recommend ANYONE read it, let alone purchase it. Yep. It’s just THAT BAD! One of the stupidest Iron Man stories this Iron Man fan has ever read.

Writing: 2/10
Artwork: 7/10
Cool Factor: 5/10
Value: 4/10

Overall: 4.5/10
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Fun, well written, and solid art. 6 septembre 2013
Par Complexjoke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
The writing is fantastic, the pacing is great. I'm not in love with the art, but that's a taste thing, it's good. Definitely worth your while.
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