IRON MAN MODERN ERA EPIC COLLECTION: STARK DISASSEMBLED

Cover Design or Artwork by Salvador Larroca
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On sale Dec 24, 2024 | 488 Pages | 9781302959951
| Rated T+
One of the most beloved modern eras of Iron Man sees Tony Stark on the run and poised to lose everything - with an ending that must be seen to be believed!

He's outrun Norman Osborn and kept the database of superhuman secret identities safe and secure. But in doing so, Tony Stark has lost just about everything: his armor, his power — even his very mind. Now at his absolute lowest point, it will take Tony's last reservoir of will — and allies including Thor, Captain America, War Machine and Black Widow — to keep him from losing it all! But there's a competitor on the scene for Stark Resilient, Tony's new company — a mother/daughter team with a familiar name and their own armor called Detroit Steel! They've started a deadly game of international intrigue that will bring one of Iron Man's deadliest foes back into the fray, and Tony Stark will find out just what "resilient" really means!

COLLECTING: Invincible Iron Man (2008) 20-33, Iron Man: Requiem (2009) 1, Rescue (2010) 1, Free Comic Book Day 2010: Iron Man/Thor
Having established his reputation as an emerging talent with his work on Last of the Independents, Matt Fraction launched the critically acclaimed Immortal Iron Fist with co-writer Ed Brubaker and artist David Aja. He subsequently collaborated with artist Salvador Larrocca on Invincible Iron Man, premiering the same month as the blockbuster film. Also a talented filmmaker and graphic designer, Fraction became one of Marvel’s most popular writers. His credits include Uncanny X-Men, Thor and its successor The Mighty Thor, the blockbuster Fear Itself, and the relaunched Defenders. Fraction teamed with David Aja for the Eisner Award-winning Hawkeye. Beyond Marvel, his acclaimed creator-owned work includes Sex Criminals, Casanova, ODY-C and November.

Working for the Marvel UK imprint led Spanish artist Salvador Larroca to a regular gig on Ghost Rider. He graduated to Fantastic Four, alongside one of his favorite writers, Chris Claremont. From 2000 to 2006, Larroca depicted Marvel’s mutants across Uncanny X-Men, X-Men and X-Treme X-Men. Following a stint on Amazing Spider-Man, Larroca brought his maturing style to a lengthy run on Invincible Iron Man and the X-Men: No More Humans original graphic novel. Upon the return of Star Wars to Marvel, Larroca turned to the dark side with Darth Vader before taking on the flagship Star Wars title.

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One of the most beloved modern eras of Iron Man sees Tony Stark on the run and poised to lose everything - with an ending that must be seen to be believed!

He's outrun Norman Osborn and kept the database of superhuman secret identities safe and secure. But in doing so, Tony Stark has lost just about everything: his armor, his power — even his very mind. Now at his absolute lowest point, it will take Tony's last reservoir of will — and allies including Thor, Captain America, War Machine and Black Widow — to keep him from losing it all! But there's a competitor on the scene for Stark Resilient, Tony's new company — a mother/daughter team with a familiar name and their own armor called Detroit Steel! They've started a deadly game of international intrigue that will bring one of Iron Man's deadliest foes back into the fray, and Tony Stark will find out just what "resilient" really means!

COLLECTING: Invincible Iron Man (2008) 20-33, Iron Man: Requiem (2009) 1, Rescue (2010) 1, Free Comic Book Day 2010: Iron Man/Thor

Creators

Having established his reputation as an emerging talent with his work on Last of the Independents, Matt Fraction launched the critically acclaimed Immortal Iron Fist with co-writer Ed Brubaker and artist David Aja. He subsequently collaborated with artist Salvador Larrocca on Invincible Iron Man, premiering the same month as the blockbuster film. Also a talented filmmaker and graphic designer, Fraction became one of Marvel’s most popular writers. His credits include Uncanny X-Men, Thor and its successor The Mighty Thor, the blockbuster Fear Itself, and the relaunched Defenders. Fraction teamed with David Aja for the Eisner Award-winning Hawkeye. Beyond Marvel, his acclaimed creator-owned work includes Sex Criminals, Casanova, ODY-C and November.

Working for the Marvel UK imprint led Spanish artist Salvador Larroca to a regular gig on Ghost Rider. He graduated to Fantastic Four, alongside one of his favorite writers, Chris Claremont. From 2000 to 2006, Larroca depicted Marvel’s mutants across Uncanny X-Men, X-Men and X-Treme X-Men. Following a stint on Amazing Spider-Man, Larroca brought his maturing style to a lengthy run on Invincible Iron Man and the X-Men: No More Humans original graphic novel. Upon the return of Star Wars to Marvel, Larroca turned to the dark side with Darth Vader before taking on the flagship Star Wars title.