Iron Man / Captain America

Iron Man Captain America Two friends Wing head and Shell head both mainstays in the Avengers who are there for each other whether Cap is thawing out from the ice or Tony is drunk as a skunk In different costumes and suits

  • Title: Iron Man / Captain America
  • Author: George Tuska M.D. Bright Kieron Dwyer Ron Garney Luke McDonnell Colin MacNiel
  • ISBN: 9780785144519
  • Page: 483
  • Format: Paperback
  • Two friends, Wing head and Shell head, both mainstays in the Avengers, who are there for each other whether Cap is thawing out from the ice or Tony is drunk as a skunk In different costumes and suits of armor, Captain America, the living legend of World War II, and Iron Man, the ard Avenger, are friends through and through See some of the greatest team ups these long tTwo friends, Wing head and Shell head, both mainstays in the Avengers, who are there for each other whether Cap is thawing out from the ice or Tony is drunk as a skunk In different costumes and suits of armor, Captain America, the living legend of World War II, and Iron Man, the ard Avenger, are friends through and through See some of the greatest team ups these long time allies have had over the years, here, collected into one book Witness their deadly battles against the Chameleon, Batroc the Leaper, the Fixer, mind controlling aliens, Firebrand, and a group of deadly terrorists with ties to both their origins Guest starring Giant Man, the Wasp, Jim Rhodes, and S.H.I.E.L.D s very own Nick Fury and Dum Dum Dugan Collects Tales of Suspense 58, the lead tales in Captain America Sentinel of Liberty 5 6, Iron Man 172 228, the lead tale in Captain America 341, and the 1995 Tales of Suspense 1 special

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    About “George Tuska M.D. Bright Kieron Dwyer Ron Garney Luke McDonnell Colin MacNiel

    • George Tuska M.D. Bright Kieron Dwyer Ron Garney Luke McDonnell Colin MacNiel

      George Tuska, who sometimes used the pen name Carl Larson, was an American comic book and newspaper comic strip artist best known for his 1940s work on various Captain Marvel titles and his 1960s work illustrating Iron Man and other Marvel Comics characters.

    790 thoughts on “Iron Man / Captain America

    • A more apt, albeit a bit too long, title for this volume might be Iron Man vs. Captain America: Sometimes via Mind Control, Sometimes via Misunderstanding of Personal Freedom, and Once via Homoerotic Tension.Included here is one well-written and fully engaging Denny O'Neil-penned story and a load of misses. There's little focus in this book at all, so it comes off as a cash grab (over $20 for a fairly short paperback trade of scattered single issues of various mid-continuity story arches). I pic [...]



    • I don't know how representative the selection of stories is, but this was a fun read. The stories tend to involve them facing each other (usually because of some sort of mind control) rather than teaming up together - and when they team up in these stories they're always in the middle of a lover's tiff. Er, sorry, but the slash in the title of this collection seems to be there for a reason. (Whatever made James Robinson write lines like Captain America. Steve. I look at your handsome faceo your [...]


    • E' una bellissima miscellanea su tutti i "litigi" più importanti tra Iron Man e Captain America pre-Civil War (molto pre-Civil War), a partire dai classici della Silver Age. All'interno non sono ordinati cronologicamente - né come pubblicazione, né come eventi in sé - ma sono disposti comunque in maniera molto funzionale. L'ho trovato a un prezzo assolutamente stracciato, ma se anche fosse stato a prezzo di copertina si varrebbe ogni singolo centesimo speso!


    • This is a compilation of pre-Civil War issues featuring the, uh, relationship between Iron Man and Captain America. (Yes, yes, I think the title is great too.) The cover is actually Civil War, from the "Casualties of War" one-shot, which thankfully is not included because otherwise I would have to cry. (If you want that one, it's in the Civil War: Iron Man trade.)You get a very nice history of their relationship, which mostly involves mistakenly fighting each other (The Chameleon, which gets a w [...]


    • This is a collection of individual comics that were originally published between 1964 and 1999. As a result, the issues represented vastly different writing and illustrating styles--so different that it would be very difficult to like all of them. Some stories were quite good, others not so much.Each story features Captain America and Iron Man fighting each other for some reason, whether it be trickery, mind control, or just strong philosophical differences. As others have noted, Cap and Iron Ma [...]


    • "Captain America. Steve. I look at your handsome faceo your clear azure eyesd, as ever, I feel the same guilty envyThe man's heart is vast and full of positive emotion. Unlike mine."I guess these kind of quotes aren't just found in AO3.


    • I'm a tad disappointed. It was mainly just them fighting each other, which is not something I like to see. If I wanted that, I'd read Civil War.Hmph. I did enjoy seeing Tony with Jerry curls and sporting a Miami Vice outfit at one point. That was funny.


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