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on 14 July 2012
Tony Stark takes a different direction in his life. Rather than the usual fighting off hoards of thugs and sending the villain running, the tables are turned as Norman Osborne puts a bounty on Tony Stark's head and turns the worlds authorities and people against him.
Tony is forced into hiding, sneaking around old forgotten Stark Industry bases around the world and trying his best to stay off the radar.
But ofcourse, Norman has a few tricks up his sleeves and if Tony thinks he can just, disappear ... He'd best think again.

The book starts slow. With plenty of gizmo's and gadgets, sophisticated spoken jargon and plenty of interesting things to study, but before long, Tony's world gets flipped upside down and spirals out of control at an alarming and thrilling rate. Packed full of plenty of the Iron Man action long time fans love and new-comers to the series have come to love. This book is brilliant.
The artwork is all in full colour and Very detailed. I did notice a minor hick-up ... There is a scene when Tony is not wearing his shirt, and yet, his regulator is no where to be seen, and yet, in the next few pages, its back. Im not sure if its a flashback and I just, miss-read the scene or what. But, thats what I thought was a mistake.

Will Tony come out of this, guns blazing and his head held high as usual, or will he return home a broken and battered man, possibly even in a body bag. Who knows. Part 2 is next on my list (when I have the money for it)
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on 4 November 2009
I am a big Iron Man fan and this really is the good stuff, 1 of the best tie ins to Marvel's Dark Reign saga. It contains twists and turns, some awsome suprises and opens up Tony Starks personality in a new way. A tremendous read for fans and new comers alike. p.s. really nice artwork!
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on 20 June 2012
The Invincible Iron Man series is fantastic! I've bought all of these graphic novels in order, they are fantastically well illustrated and the story line is engaging throughout!

Invincible Iron Man was the first 'comic' that I had ever bought, I've not been disappointed once.
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on 29 April 2010
The Dark Reign has begun and Norman Osborn has deposed Tony Stark as the one in charge of keeping America safe. Not only has Osborn done that, but he also wants something that only Tony Stark has. Using all the (extensive) resources at his disposal, Osborn will stop at nothing to get it.

It's a really good premise and i really wanted to enjoy it as much as the stupendous (and recommended) first volume of Matt Fraction's Invincible Iron Man. Unfortunately the story falls a little short.

The art is fantastic but the exposition is very limited and its just location location, fight, location, location.

For a lot going on, it was a little short on characterisation and plotting. This probably comes down to the fact that the Most Wanted Story is spread out over 2 volumes (12 issues of the comic). It's seems like its spread a little thin in the first part.

I hope volume three (Most Wanted Pt.2) improves on the great potential that Fraction and Larroca have demonstrated from issue 1 of this series.
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on 2 January 2010
Bought this for my boyfriend as he's an avid iron man and comic book/graphic novel fan, he loved it! Great illustrations and a good start to a collection! Great value for money too! :o)
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on 1 January 2015
bought as present
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