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Marvel's Free Comic Book Day Titles Tease Big Drama For Iron Man And Spider-Man

Marvel has two big events coming up later this year: a sequel to the 2006 Civil War crossover and a Spidey-centric happening called Dead No More. Two free comics released for this year’s Free Comic Book Day gave readers some insight as to what’s coming up in those storylines.

Spider-Man And Iron Man Have Beef Now

Spider-Man and Iron Man have been on-and-off allies for decades and worked in close partnership on the Avengers. Nowadays, they’re more like frenemies.

Sweet Iron Man Cosplay, Guy Who Is Not Tony Stark

Looks like metal, doesn’t it? Iron Mark Props’ suit is actually painted EVA foam, cut to perfection to give that real nice “fitted” look.

Iron Man Figure Is Actually Iron (Well, Close Enough)

Plastic Iron Man figures are all well and good, but its hard to maintain the illusion of metal armour when your toy is light as a feather. Weighing in at 770g, Comicave’s Iron Man Mark XXXVIII Igor figure is pretty heavy metal.

These Avengers 2 Figures Are Amazing As Usual

While the world is raving about the new Captain America: Civil War trailer, on my shelf it’s still The Age of Ultron.

Having Way Too Much Fun With Disney PlayMation

There is a good chance I am having more fun pretending to be Iron Man with Disney’s PlayMation toys than any child ever could.

The New Invincible Iron Man Comic Has A Big Shocker About One Of Marvel's Biggest Villains

Not a whole lot is changing with Tony Stark in the new Iron Man comic debuting tomorrow. He’s still an egotistical genius billionaire who flies around saving the world in high-tech power armour. Whew. But one of the people he tussles with on a semi-regular basis looks a whole lot different.

Art From The Avengers, Transformers, Spider-Man (And More)

Josh Nizzi is an artist who has worked on some of the biggest movie franchises of the past decade, from The Avengers to Transformers.

Looks Like Iron Man Might Be Getting Closer With Spider-Man's Ex-Girlfriend

You can’t say the name “Mary Jane Watson” without immediately thinking about Spider-Man. Peter Parker’s favourite redhead originally appeared in the webslinger’s comics more than fifty years ago and has primarily been used in Spidey storylines since then. But she’s leaving webshooters behind… for Stark-brand power armour.

Take A Look At Iron Man's New Armour

Things will be a lot different after the reality-bending events of Marvel Comics’ Secret Wars crossover wrap up. Tony Stark’s still going to be Iron Man, though, and he’ll be wearing an all-new suit of super-armour. It sounds like it can do… anything?

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