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in: Comics, 1977, 1977, October Bronze-Age, Iron Man Vol 1, Archie Goodwin/Editor-in-Chief, George Pérez/Cover Artist, Mike Esposito/Cover Artist, Bill Mantlo/Writer, George Tuska/Penciler, Mike Esposito/Inker, Phil Rache/Colourist, Gaspar Saladino/Letterer, Annette Kawecki/Letterer, Archie Goodwin/Editor, Mordecai Midas (Earth-616)/Quotes, Anthony Stark (Earth-616)/Appearances, Giuletta Nefaria (Earth-616)/Appearances, Jasper Sitwell (Earth-616)/Appearances, Marianne Rodgers (Earth-616)/Appearances, Jonathan Hart (Earth-616)/Appearances, Harry Key (Earth-616)/Appearances, Mary Jo Duffy (Earth-616)/Appearances, United States of America/Appearances, New York State/Appearances, Long Island/Appearances, Stark Industries (Earth-616)/Appearances, New York City/Appearances, John F. Kennedy International Airport/Appearances, Connecticut/Appearances, Millford Sanitarium/Appearances, Paris (France)/Appearances, Orly International Airport/Appearances, Iron Man Armor Model 4/Appearances, S.H.I.E.L.D. Flying Car/Appearances, Flying Fortress of Midas/Appearances

Iron Man Vol 1 103


Iron Man Vol 1 103

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Quote1 Stark International Belongs to Midas! Quote2
-- Midas

Appearing in "Run for the Money!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Run for the Money!"Edit

While Iron Man takes a commercial jet back to the USA, Jasper Sitwell's pursuit of Krissy Longfellow and Harry Key ends when they are taken aboard Mordecai Midas' Flying Fortress. Learning Key failed to obtain Iron Man's armor, Midas throws him from the Fortress to his death. After Krissy reveals herself as Madame Masque, Midas allows her to accompany him to Stark International. When Iron Man approaches, Midas' underlings use Stark defenses to attack. Misunderstanding the situation, Jack of Hearts attacks Iron Man, but their battle becomes moot when Midas reveals himself, declaring he has acquired possession of Stark International, which he renames Midas International. Thunderstruck by this development, Iron Man departs with Madame Masque. Meanwhile, Marianne Rodgers, Stark's telepathic ex-girlfriend, is released from Milford Sanitarium.

  • This issue contains a letters page, "Printed Circuits". A sizable amount of is printed by Bill Mantlo on his creation Jack of Hearts. Letters are also printed from Bud Feuless and Rick Borton.
  • One character in this comic is named Mary Jo Duffy. She shares her name with real-life Mary Jo Duffy, who became a writer and editor for Marvel starting in 1977 on the editorial staff.[1]

  • No trivia.

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  1. Marvel Graphic Novel #40 back cover bio

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