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Appearing in "Turnabout: A Most Foul Play!"Edit
- Whiplash (Only in flashback)
- Melter (Only in flashback)
- Man-Bull (Only in flashback)
- Crimson Dynamo
- Kuan Set
- Black Lama (Only in flashback)
- San Diego (Only in flashback)
- New York (Only in flashback)
- Anti-Aircraft Missiles
- Iron Man Armor MK IV
Synopsis for "Turnabout: A Most Foul Play!"Edit
Iron Man checks out the explosion at the Manila factory, finding the cause in the boiler room. After rescuing some workers he leaves for Vietnam, where Marty and Roxanne are held captive by Chief Kuon Set over his niece Shara's objections. Kuon's ally, Crimson Dynamo, convinces him to let Roxanne go, so she can lure Iron Man to them. When Iron Man approaches, Crimson Dynamo launches heat seeking missiles. Iron Man barely avoids them. The resulting explosion distracts the Hidden City guards: Marty and Shara use the opportunity to escape. The two meet up with Roxanne while Crimson Dynamo attacks Iron Man, foolishly using a napalm spraying grenade launcher that sets the Hidden City on fire. As Iron Man saves bystanders, Crimson Dynamo escapes. Fleeing, Kuon Set falls into a tiger pit and dies. Marty decides to stay with Shara and rebuild. Roxanne and Iron Man return home separately.
- In this issue Tony Stark changes the name of "Stark Industries" to "Stark International". In keeping with his previous vow, he will no longer produce war munitons.
- In this issue, Iron Man is noted as going "monthly". However, this will not occur until next issue.
- This issue contains a letters page, "Sock It To Shell-Head". Letters are published from Dean Mullaney, Dan Kinch, and Dan Dugan.
- No trivia.
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