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MARVEL MASTERWORKS The Invincible Iron Man Volume 10

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MARVEL MASTERWORKS The Invincible Iron Man Volume 10

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Collects #68-81, 1974-75. By Mike Friedrich, Bill Mantlo et al. Art by George Tuska, Arvell Jones, Keith Pollard, and Chic Stone. The world's most famous Avenger is about to face one of his greatest challenges! A feud of epic proportions has been growing among the world's super villains. The mysterious Black Lama pits villain against villain in a globe-spanning battle royale and the prize is ultimate power. It pits the Mandarin against the Yellow Claw, M.O.D.O.K. against the Mad Thinker and everyone against Iron Man! "The War of the Super-Villains!" The story's surprise twists will even bring Iron Man to sunny southern California and San Diego Comic Con!

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The world's most famous Avenger is about to face one of his greatest challenges! A feud of epic proportions has been growing among the world's super villains. The mysterious Black Lama pits villain against villain in a globe-spanning battle royale and the prize is ultimate power. It pits the Mandarin against the Yellow Claw, M.O.D.O.K. against the Mad Thinker and everyone against Iron Man! "The War of the Super-Villains!" The story's surprise twists will even bring Iron Man to sunny southern California and San Diego Comic Con!

Hope he pre-registered! Also featuring the towering threat of Ultimo and Iron Man's return to Vietnam to rescue a friend behind enemy lines. Introduction by Mike Friedrich.

Additional artists include Mike Esposito, Vince Colletta, Jim Mooney; additional writers include Barry Alfonso, Tom Orechowski and Bill Mantlo.

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Item Code MMIM10H
Publisher Marvel
Publish Date 2017
ISBN 9781302903510
Binding Hard Cover
Dimensions 7x10
# Pages 264pg
Color Full Color
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Not perfect but it does have its moments
Over 40 years ago, I bought Iron Man 77, the conclusion of the so-called War of the Super Villains. I wanted to read the entire saga, so when this became available, I placed an order. While not perfect (writer Mike Friedrich concurs that his original concept would have been grander) it is generally enjoyable with Iron Man caught between foes battling for a great prize offered by a mysterious fellow called the Black Lama. The saga is occasionally weighed down by heavy handedness and clumsy political satire (Relevance--the blessing and curse of 1970's comics). There is an issue set at San Diego's Comic-Con, when it was still a young phenomenon. Overall, I'd recommend it to people with an interest in the comics of that era. Review by Robert Fisher / (Posted on 1/28/2017)

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