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Information-silkReal Name Anthony Edward Stark
Information-silkCurrent AliasIron Man
Information-silkAliasesTony Stark, Tin Man
Information-silkRelativesHoward Stark (father, deceased)
Maria Stark (mother,deceased)
Information-silkAffiliationAvengers, Stark Industries
Information-silkBase Of OperationsAvengers Mansion, Stark Tower, Manhattan, New York City, NY
Status
Information-silkIdentityPublic Identity
Information-silkCitizenshipAmerican
Information-silkMarital StatusSingle
Information-silkOccupationBusinessman, Inventor, Superhero
Information-silkEducationMIT education
Characteristics
Information-silkGenderMale
Information-silkEyesBrown
Information-silkHairBlack
Information-silkUnusual FeaturesArc Reactor in his chest
Origin
Information-silkUniverseEarth-8096
Information-silkCreatorsBrandon Auman
First Appearance
"Iron Man Is Born"
(October, 2010)
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Quote1 Avengers assemble. Quote2
-- Tony Stark src 

Tony Stark was a billionaire playboy and industrialist who owned Stark Industries. He supplied S.H.I.E.L.D. and the United States Military with advanced weapons and other necessities.

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One of the first armors

Working Solo

Shortly before joining the Avengers, Tony Stark was seen in combat with a large robot. Not long after defeating the giant robot he was told about an attack on the United Nations Building. With many people in danger including the president of the United States. Tony quickly donned the Iron Man armor and engaged the attackers; who at this point were identified as agents of Hydra. During the battle, Iron Man realized that the mechs Hydra was using were actually built with some Stark Industries components. S.H.I.E.L.D. arrived in the midst of the battle, sending in their own mechs to help out Iron Man. The enemies were all defeated, but when Iron Man realized that the S.H.I.E.L.D. mechs were also composed of Stark Tech, Tony was less than pleased. He boarded Nick Fury's Helicarrier, demanding an explanation. Nick Fury explained that that was what Stark Industries was supposed to be doing: supplying S.H.I.E.L.D. with weapons.

Founding of the Avengers

Around the same time of a massive super-villain breakout occurring in four main prisons, Iron Man was on a mission to Latveria where he dismantled a weapons exchange between A.I.M. agents and some of Dr. Doom's forces. Upon returning back home he received a transmission from Pepper Potts, informing him of a massive breakout. Tony Stark and several other superheroes soon found themselves thrust into a violent confrontation with Graviton, a supervillain that Nick Fury had detained in an underwater prison for several years. With the combined efforts of Iron Man, Ant-Man, Wasp, Thor, and even the Incredible Hulk, the superheroes finally managed to subdue the powerful supervillain. Although Tony Stark had preferred to work alone, he came to realize that there were some threats that he couldn't defeat alone. So on that day, Iron Man and the other members of the team officially declared themselves "The Avengers".

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Early on in the Avengers' history, the Enchantress used the Hulk to try to fracture and weaken the team. Despite defeating the breaker of worlds, the team was soon ambushed by the Enchantress herself and her Executioner. Although the Hulk returned to turn the tide of battle, ultimately the Hulk left the team, upset at the team's distrust.

While searching for the Hulk up in the icy north, the team discovered the frozen body of Captain America. After Iron Man detected that the war hero was still alive, the Avengers transported him back to the States. As they approached New York Captain America awoke, disoriented from the sixty plus years sleep. Suspecting he was captured by Hydra, the old hero proceeded to fight his way off the Quinjet, stopping only upon sight of his and Bucky's memorial statue. After a joint attack by Baron Heinreich Zemo and "Dough Boy," Captain America joined the Avengers.

Attack of Kang the Conqueror

When the time-traveller Kang arrived to kill Captain America, who he believe to be the future cause of the destruction of Earth, Iron Man managed to get to the villain's special throne to defeat him. When Kang escaped, Tony pushed himself to the limit to find Kang's space-ship. When the Avengers arrived, he managed to hack it and threatened Kang to send it to the future. Wasp alerted Tony this would cause the death of Princess Ravonna, Kang's wife. Kang was finally imprisoned in the special Prison 42, in the Negative Zone, where the villain claimed the presence of Captain America in this time would cause a war.

Battle in the Nine Realms

Iron Man fought the Living Laser when the Masters of Evil tried to use the Norn Stones to bring an invasion from Asgard to Earth. When the Norn Stones were destroyed, Tony was sent to the realm Svartalfheim, where he built a new armor in order to defeat Loki, who had taken Odin's power and Thor prisoner. While the rest of the Avengers were defeated, Iron Man used his new armor to battle Loki until his teammates recovered and fought the Asgardian villain. When Giant-Man damaged the magic tree Yggdrasill, Loki's power returned to Odin, who woke up from his sleep and confronted Loki, sending him to a new punishment.

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New Armor

Return to Earth

When the Avengers returned Earth, Tony briefly used his old Mark III, and used it to fight Doctor Doom, who had kidnapped Janet van Dyne and Invisible Woman (of the Fantastic Four).

Days later, he created a new Iron Man Armor, the Mark IX, which he used to fight A.I.M., when that group tried to steal all Stark's data from the Stark Tower.

Powers

Tony Stark has no powers of his own but they are derived from his Iron Man Armor.

Abilities

Seemingly those of Anthony Stark of Earth-616.



Equipment

  • Iron Man Armor
    • Mark I Armor (also based on the movie version, but with full flight capability, repulsors, and unibeam) (first seen in "Ultron-5")
    • Mark II Armor (First seen in "The Ultron Imperative")
    • Mark III Armor (First seen in "The Ultron Imperative")
    • Silver Centurion Armor (First seen in "The Ultron Imperative")
    • Mark VI Armor (First seen in "Breakout, Part 1")
    • Mark VII Armor (His standard armor in Season 1, the design of this armor is the same as the Mark VI Armor) (first seen in "Breakout, Part 2")
    • Mark VIII Armor
    • Mark IX Armor (His main armor in Season 2. The new suit is based on the Extremis Armor and/or the Mark VI from Iron Man 2) (first seen in "Alone Against A.I.M.")
    • Hulkbuster Armor (A headless exterior unit over his standard suit) (first seen in "Everything is Wonderful", "The Deadliest Man Alive")
    • Space Armor (First seen in "The Kang Dynasty")
    • Arctic Armor (First seen in "Casket of Ancient Winters")
    • Stealth Armor (First seen in "The Ultron Imperative")
    • Thorbuster Armor (An Asgardian Iron Man suit that was built in Asgard by Stark and Eitri the Dwarf using uru metal, making its repulsors similar to Mjolnir's lightning) (first seen in "A Day Unlike Any Other")

Transportation

Iron Man armors, Quinjets

Weapons

Repulsor and conventional offensive and defensive weapons and shielding

  • Voiced by Eric Loomis
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One of Iron Man's armors: the Hulkbuster Armor


  • When the Avengers were demanded the register unlike his comic counterpart (during Civil War), Iron Man declined for registration.
  • Like his movie counterpart, this Tony Stark also has brown eyes.
  • Also like his movie counterpart, he also changed the companies direction into Arc Reactor tech, which caused Stark Industries to doubt him.

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