Invincible Iron Man, Vol. 1: Reboot by Brian Michael Bendis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Tony Stark is concerned he hasn't been spending enough time in the lab. He's supposed to be the cutting edge for technology, but his Iron Man suit is behind the times. So Tony made a new, all in one suit.
Meanwhile Madame Masque is playing a dangerous game in Latveria that Tony is determined to stop. He receives help from the most unexpected of individuals.
Reboot was really good. Brian Michael Bendis's Tony Stark is more akin to the film version of Tony played by Robert Downey Jr. The brilliance, arrogance, humor, and occasional self loathing are fully on display and it just made the story a lot of fun.
Unbelievably Victor Von Doom, healed face and all after Secret Wars, has appeared to help Tony.
Doom isn't sporting a single recognizable part of his Dr. Doom outfit, but his power hasn't change at all.
For some unexplained reason Victor, who now looks like a simple businessman, wants to help Tony. He even goes through the effort to prove he's genuine.
Everything about Reboot was really fun. I hope to see Tony and Victor keep teaming up as the series continues.
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