For many, part of the fun of reading comics is seeing how heroes will manage to overcome challenges that are “too much sand for their truck”. And the magazine Iron Man #, written by Christopher Cantwell and featuring art by Cafu and Frank D’Amata, shows just one of those situations for Iron Man, as Stark to stop the villain Korvac takes one of Marvel’s most powerful sources of energy.
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In the current arc of Iron Man’s solo magazine, Tony Stark tries to stop Korvac from uniting all intelligent life into a single mind, which will be controlled by the villain. To that end, Stark assembled a team of heroes and set out for Galactus’ spaceship Taa 2, where the cosmic force, coveted by Korvac, is guarded.
Before the ship reached, however, the voyage left Iron Man at the bottom of the tomb, following an earlier battle with Korvac that suffered worrying injuries that forced him to always stay in his armor to survive. And with the excruciating pain of his bruises, Tony began to medicate himself with painkillers and relive his problems with substance abuse, such as medication and alcohol, which the hero had long ago overcome.
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