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Iron Man Vol 1 294

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Quote1 We've got trouble! Quote2
-- Abraham Zimmer

Appearing in "Orbital Resonances"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

  • Goddess
  • Lloyd Peterson (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
  • Wonder Man (Mentioned)
  • Dr Strange (Mentioned)
  • Moon Knight (Mentioned)
  • Jean Grey (Mentioned)
  • Reverend Harris Wilson (Mentioned)
  • Cal Oakley (Mentioned)
  • Sheila Carter (Mentioned)
  • Winston Cauwfield
  • Tech team: Lloyd Peterson, Maintenance Engineer Fontana
  • Mention: Rehnnquist, Scalia, Berman, Piller, Dr. Jeffries
  • Ms. Wu

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:




Synopsis for "Orbital Resonances"Edit

As Iron Man heads to the station, the Goddess takes him aside to offer him a place among her converts; Iron Man refuses and she promises punishment. Entering the station, Iron Man finds that the crewmembers are now techno-organic creatures and they attempt to consume him as part of their quest for completion. Iron Man renovates his armor arsenal using the station stores, but after destroying the creatures they reform themselves into a single being calling itself the Technovore.

  • This issue contains a letters page, Printed Circuits. Letters are published from Matthew Malek, Peter Dewar, and Jesse Brenner.


The weapon used by Iron Man here is the inspiration for the "Proton Cannon" used in the various Capcom-made Marvel fighting games.


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