Why should Tony Stark be the one to benefit from all of his technology? What right does Stark have to keep his miracles to himself? A familiar threat in other corners of the Marvel Universe comes demanding answers- — and salvation — from Iron Man. And because it’s not enough to remake the world with free and limitless energy, Stark Resilient goes after the challenge of remaking another world: ASGARD. By Matt & Salva & Frankie & Joe.

Story by Matt Fraction
Art by Salvador Larroca
Colors by Frank D'Armata
Cover by Salvador Larroca, Frank D'Armata & Marko Djurdjevic

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 2.0%
Avg Rating: 4.0
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  1. After that horrible .1 issue and new price, I’m dropping this.

  2. i was gonna drop just because a lot got tied up in the last arc but damn, that solicit and the knowledge that Doc Ock is going to be in this arc has me excited about this book again

  3. I’m also not too happy about the $3.99 price tag and will give serious consideration to dropping.

  4. Woah doc ock? Sweet! The solicit has me sold.

  5. I don’t get how the point one issue was horrible, it did what a point one issue is supposed to do. Spider-man and Wolverine’s point ones did not help readers jump in at all, that being said I still enjoyed those points one incredibly.

  6. @Avistann  agree on all points

  7. i stopped reading all comics when they went from 1.99 to 2.99…

  8. as someone who just started reading comics, i have to agree that iron man is the only .1 issue so far that i’ve found helpful.  wolverine was alright, because it kinda introduced personalities.  amazing spider-man was a great issue, but was basicially a venom .1 (or #0).  iron man actually gave a brief overview of what has happened in the story so far without being really detailed (in case we want to go back and read those stories).  it was kinda boring, but i think it actually made for a better .1 than the other two.

  9. Ironically the .1 issue made me want to drop this book.

  10. I love Iron Man and Tony Stark but I don’t like the artwork…and although I was caught up with the .1 issue, nothing in it compelled me to “want more”…kind of sad. I’ll have to see what the damage is with everything else I’m picking up

  11. @RattFink  Welcome aboard Ratt!

  12. This was a perfect issue for me. A well-written character exploration of a little known relationshp between Stark and Doc and a tension building first issue that has conflict in a nontraditional superhero way.

    So many good moments and a promise of Iron Man having it out with some Spidey villains.

    5/5 and my pick of the week.

  13. @ScorpionMasada  It may very well be mine as well. that last page was gorgeous

  14. Apologize, but gotta say, looks like the Doc has a chronic subdural hematoma on the right, and posterior cerebral artery territory encephalomalacia on the same side.

  15. I hate to drop this book, but i’m just getting bored with it.

  16. I gtook this off the shelf, got as far as the register, saw the price and put it right back on the shelf. Solid book but it hasn’t exactly been wowing me lately. 500 was a good enough jumping off point for a while.

    Bad enough Marvel isn’t rolling back their prices but now they’re hiking some books? Lame.

  17. I’m a sucker for the Spidey-villains, but this book hasn’t been doing it for me for a while, and now there’s a price hike, so it looks like I might be dropping this.

  18. Maybe it’s just me but this book continues to be exactly what i want it to be. Despite the price hike I’m in it for the long haul. Can’t imagine not buying this or amazing Spider-Man now. It’s reached that level.

  19. This was one of my favorite Iron Man issues by Fraction yet, this should be a fun arc.

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