After stopping an attempted coup, Tony discovers that secret Stark technology was being used by Crimson Dynamo. Feeling responsible for the misuse of his technology, Star decides to put an end to all...
Iron Man and Dr. Bruce Banner work together to recover one of the Mandarin's rings. Before they can do so, the Leader steals the ring because he believes that he can use it to undo the accident that ...
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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tom Tataranowicz had advocated eliminating the Stan Lee intros in the interest of more screen time for the stories. However, it was felt that Stan's vast legion of fans liked seeing him intro the episodes and that not using him could frankly be interpreted as insulting to Stan. Tataranowicz realized that they were right. Thus, they did shorter Stan Lee intros with Stan "green screened" so we could place him against backgrounds from the shows. Using his previous live action experience, Rick Ungar set everything up and Tataranowicz directed Stan through the intros. Stan's energy was and is amazing, and Tataranowicz thought these came out rather well, adding nicely to both the "Iron Man" series. See more »
Give your pretty-boy employer this message, Iron Man! I'm not through with him yet!
I'm sure he's shaking in his booties.
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Everything here lists this as being shown in the 90's--I think it was recycled from an earlier show. I am almost positive that I watched this show in the 80's--there is no other cartoon I can find with these characters from Saturday mornings when I was growing up--and I know I watched Iron Man then! Plus, the animation (at least for that listed as season 1) is not on par with other shows from the 90's. I think they recycled a program (at least Iron Man) and reused it here. The updated computer animation does not blend well with the older animation. The references to the sudden "improvement" in animation also leads me to believe they ran out of the old footage--or got funding for new animation!! I had a crush on Robert Hays, and to me, he was always Tony Stark!
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