A new novel way to beat Iron Man.

In the MARVEL universe one of the most iconic, long serving and popular is that of Iron Man. The brainchild of billionaire playboy and philanthropist Tony Stark it serves as a way of keeping the peace in the world and also a great fighter against the enemy of Crime. In the universe of Marvel films Stark develops a device to stop shrapnel from an explosion entering his heart. He then develops a metal suit around this powered by the Arc unit, a source of clean infinite power. Rather than keep his identity secret like he decides, in a true “aww, what’s the harm” moment, to tell the global news networks that he is indeed Iron Man.

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Having the ability to fly and to shoot lasers out of your hands is certainly an attractive prospect and it doesn’t do him any harm with the ladies either, although he is now truly settled down with Miss Pepper Potts. So, this, added to the billionaire philanthropist element makes him a well liked individual.

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However the films have pulled out to senior actors in Jeff Bridges and Mickey Rourke who disagree strongly with him in Iron Man 1 and 2 respectively. Bridges wants to use the suit to make weapons, Rourke believes that Stark’s father stole the ideas from his Dad. For some reason, that is unspecified, he has a Parrot. He becomes very angry when some goons stuff it in a bag.

As  spoiler alert they both fail to defeat Stark. Perhaps they shouldn’t have tried to fight him toe to toe. They should have used some Metal bonding adhesive from https://www.ct1.com/product-applications/metal-to-metal-adhesive/ and simply stuck him to something so they could complete their evil plans.

Author: Kei Taylor

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