Iron Man (1994–1996)

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Industrialist Tony Stark leads his private team of superheros as Iron Man against the forces of evil.

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 The Mandarin / ... (14 episodes, 1994-1995)
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 Century / ... (13 episodes, 1994)
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 Julia Carpenter / ... (13 episodes, 1994)
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 Justin Hammer (11 episodes, 1994)
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In this series, Tony Stark is the head of a company that is under continual threat from evil forces such as the Mandarin and Justin Hammer. Against this, Stark fights back by leading his own team of heroes as Iron Man wearing armour that not only has the standard features of his regular armour, but can instantly change into his specialized variants for stealth, space, underwater etc. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@execulink.com>

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In modernizing the Iron Man's origin story, Tony Stark is not injured in a Vietnamese war zone, but in an act of industrial sabotage plotted by Justin Hammer and the Mandarin. Stark was wounded not by a chunk of shrapnel near his heart, but by slivers near his spine, Stark and Yinsen (whose first name is changed from Ho to Wellington) were held captive by the Mandarin, rather than Wong Chu. However the concept of the Iron Man armor keeping Stark alive was in Season 2 with getting Iron Man injured in his chest after taking a direct hit from a missile while attacking Hammer on his own property. He upgraded his armor in order to attempt to heal his chest. See more »

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James R. 'Rhodey' Rhodes: Sir, the Vault is a high-security prison for super-criminals, like your recent contributions Whirlwind and Blacklash. The elite unit watching them, known as the Mandroids, are federal agents!
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"It's the direct object of the verb."
7 May 2003 | by (N. Ireland) – See all my reviews

The first season of "Iron Man" was written for the most part by Ron Friedman, who would be better known to most animation fans as the writer of "Transformers: The Movie." And, quite frankly, the first season of "Iron Man" sucked.

The overlarge cast of characters did not help Friedman's meandering scripts, which were usually needless complex (the first episode, "And The Sea Shall Give Up It's Dead," is a very good example of this) - and not in an intelligent way, more of a lurching, stumbling way. Crammed to the gills with awful pseudo-science which didn't make a lick of sense, bizarre, out-of-left-field dialogue (the title of this review is one such example, which Tony spontaneously recites while briefing his teammates), and ill-fitting humour that, for the most part, just wasn't funny, about the only thing this show had going for it was the animation, and even that was weaker than other shows on TV at the time. "Iron Man" season one was entirely too 80's to stack up against it's fellow Marvel shows, such as "X-Men" and "Spider-Man."

It's bizarre, because Friedman also wrote the first season of "Iron Man"'s sister show on the Marvel Action Hour, "Fantastic Four," and it was much better. The pseudo-science and humour WORKED on that show, sounding just right coming out of Mr. Fantastic and the Thing - Friedman seems to be a better hand at dealing with outer space fantasy than with the business-and-espionage world of Iron Man. Regrettably, FF was hampered by truly, truly appalling animation, which could have stepped right out of the 70's. To me, however, "Iron Man" was just the show I had to sit through before I could watch "Fantastic Four."

The SECOND season of "Iron Man," however, saw Marvel Productions switch animation houses, and the whole series got a makeover. Gone was Friedman - gone were the bad humour, oversized cast and stupid plots. The show started to make *sense.* Some of the changes were a little sudden, yes, and could have done with a little exposition to help them (Iron Man's new armour, the sudden appearance of HOMER), and it'd be lying to say that the shift in voice actors for the bulk of the cast wasn't jarring. Ultimately, though, the performances on the show were better in the second season, the animation was modernised, and there was finally a sense of arced plot, as we watched the Mandarin reclaim his rings.

You can bet your booties that if an "Iron Man" motion picture is produced, then some old episodes of this series will see a DVD/video re-release - hopefully they'll elect to go with the vastly superior second season.


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