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What are the best Iron Man comics to start with?

Iron Man is such an iconic comic book character that started and supported the MCU forward. With Tony's departure from the big screen, there are still plenty of stories yet to be told and can be found in the comics. If you're looking to explore his vast comic book history, here are some of the best Iron Man comics to start with first.

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  1. 1Iron Man: Demon in a Bottle

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    Iron Man: Demon in a Bottle is a comic book story arc developed by David Michelinie, Bob Layton, and John Romita Jr. Iron Man faces a new criminal industrialist named Justin Hammer and his army of super-villains all while facing his own personal battles.

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  1. 2Iron Man: Extremis

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    Iron Man: Extremis is a six-issue comic book story created by Warren Ellis and Adi Granov. Tony Stark is forced to use an experimental technology referred to as a virus called, Extremis that ends up amplifying his Iron Man suit powers and abilities.

  2. 3Iron Man: Armor Wars

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    Armor Wars is a seven-issue Iron Man story arc written by David Michelinie and Bob Layton. Tony Stark discovers that someone has been stealing his Iron Man tech and selling it to supervillains and does whatever it takes to stop them.

  1. 4Invincible Iron Man: The Five Nightmares

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    Invincible Iron Man: The Five Nightmares is a comic book story created by Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca. Tony Stark faces off against the vengeful son of his former business partner and enemy, Obadiah Stane who vows to use his genius and wealth to destroy him.

  2. 5The Invincible Iron Man: Tales of Suspense

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    The Invincible Iron Man: Tales of Suspense is the comic book origin story of Tony Stark/Iron Man created by Stan Lee. After being gravely injured in combat, Tony Stark develops a life-sustaining shell and a protective armor that has allowed him to become Iron Man.

  3. 6Invincible Iron Man: World's Most Wanted

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    Invincible Iron Man: World's Most Wanted is a comic book story by Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca. After the events of Secret Invasion, Norman Osborn is now the head of S.H.I.E.L.D and Tony Stark is now on the run for the knowledge he knows about the Superhero Registration Act.

  4. 7Iron Man: Iron Monger

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    Iron Man: Iron Monger is a comic book story developed by  Denny O'Neil. After losing his company and his fortune to Obadiah Stane, Tony Stark fights his way back to his former self and to sobriety in order to face his nemesis for one epic last battle.

  5. 8Iron Man: The Mask in the Iron Man

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    Iron Man: The Mask in the Iron Man is a comic book story created by Joe Quesada, Alitha Martinez, and Sean Chen. After experiencing a heart attack and having his identity exposed to the world, Tony Stark's Iron Man suit's AI decides to take matters into its own hands.

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    Anonymous
    October 8, 2019
    "You could say that this comic book story gave an old and ailing comic book character a fresh coat of paint with a unique and fitting new mythos. It also served as an inspiration for the design in the Iron Man movie making it one of the best Iron Man comics to start with in relation to the MCU."
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    Iron Man: Extremis
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    Anonymous
    October 8, 2019
    "Tony Stark takes matters into his own hands after his technology is being used for evil purposes. He sets on a mission to destroy or reclaim them all no matter the cost. You also get to see how this decision affects his enemies and his friends alike."
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    Iron Man: Armor Wars
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    Anonymous
    October 8, 2019
    "Iron Man on the run. That is something that you don't see every day considering that it's him and all. It's an interesting change of pace to see Iron Man on the other side of the fence for once and is thought of as the bad guy."
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    Invincible Iron Man: World's Most Wanted
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    Anonymous
    October 8, 2019
    "The threat of technology is a very real concern especially in today's society that has all but embraced it in their daily lives. That is probably why I liked reading this particular comic book story because it's relatable."
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    Iron Man: The Mask in the Iron Man
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    Anonymous
    October 8, 2019
    "This story shows just what someone is capable of when it comes to the ones they love. We see Tony Stark go up against someone that is just as intelligent as he is and has as many resources at their disposal as he has."
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    Invincible Iron Man: The Five Nightmares
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    Anonymous
    October 8, 2019
    "The thing that makes this one of the best Iron Man comics ever is that it explores Tony Stark's real and dark battle with alcoholism during one of the lowest points of his life and how he manages to pick himself up."
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    Iron Man: Demon in a Bottle
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    Anonymous
    October 8, 2019
    "This is one of the best Iron Man comics for the simple reason that it is one of the many great origin stories that have been adapted into a film that tries to be as faithful to the source as possible."
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    The Invincible Iron Man: Tales of Suspense
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    Anonymous
    October 8, 2019
    "Tony Stark and Obadiah Stane have had a long and complicated history as former business partners and as archnemesis. This comic book story is the culmination of all of it in an epic final battle."
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    Iron Man: Iron Monger
This list is about What are the best Iron Man comics to start with
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1Iron Man: Demon in a BottleBooks 19 Paid
2Iron Man: ExtremisBooks 14 Paid
3Iron Man: Armor WarsBooks 7 Paid
4Invincible Iron Man: The Five NightmaresBooks 3 Paid
5The Invincible Iron Man: Tales of SuspenseBooks 2 Paid
6Invincible Iron Man: World's Most WantedBooks 2 Paid
7Iron Man: Iron MongerBooks 2 Paid
8Iron Man: The Mask in the Iron ManBooks 1 Paid
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