Iron man series - tony stark a loveable guy

November 30, 2016 8:13pm CST
The fact I love about tony stark is that he is a normal guy who is wrong at times, who make mistakes, who can't keep promises at times. Unlike other superheores tony stark is relatable and loveable. Robert downey jr has done a great job pulling this character off effoertlessly. Just for the record I love iron man 3 the most.
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@Bluedoll (17071)
• Canada
1 Dec 16
For me it was 1 he does add personality to his character and i like that some of it is actually his.
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@1hopefulman (27308)
• Canada
2 Dec 16
I came to Canada in 1960 and discovered the superhero comics and fell in love with them. I used to have quite a collection and sadly I did not keep them as I would have been a multi-millionaire. One of my thrills was to get a new batch of comic books and live their adventures with them. A happy time in my life.
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3 Dec 16
@1hopefulman I know when I was a teen I used to do the same but for iron man comics only.. Then I got a job got busy and now only during my Tea break I can think about my Happy days.
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• Calgary, Alberta
1 Dec 16
I have a bad news for you, Tony Stark retired. Ironman is now a 15 year old black girl. She found Ironman's armor and she is now using it. They replaced him because marvel has been pushing feminism and diversity these days. I am all for a black female superhero but I hate it if they do it on the expense of replacing an original one. If they want to have black female superhero, create a new one who is original instead of replacing an established iconic one.
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1 Dec 16
Likewise I can't agree more. @CaptAlbertWhisker(21060). These days people always mess with the original. As if they have no new ideals all they do is cut copy and paste. Nice thought BTW. Go girl power
@Bluedoll (17071)
• Canada
1 Dec 16
this drawing is kind of cool has attitude :-)
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• Dallas, Texas
2 Dec 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker Not sure if I told you this already, but it's easier to sell an name rather than a new or lesser known one. It's a lazy tactic because promoting or pushing a lesser known or new name into mainstream prominence is a lot of work.
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@1hopefulman (27308)
• Canada
1 Dec 16
I preferred the comics of the sixties and seventies. The movies, to me, seem all the same, too much fighting and destruction and very little story.
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2 Dec 16
That is true. I think so it is because waiting something original will take soooooooo much of effort where as Action scequence are a simple cut copy and paste thing.
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