Who is the author of Iron Man?
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- Who is the author of Iron Man?
- Who came up with the idea of Iron Man?
- What is the real name of Iron Man?
- Is the Iron Man plane real?
- Who killed Iron Man?
- Who created Marvel?
- How did Iron Man get created?
- What is Hulk real name?
- What is the real name of all Avengers?
- Can a real Iron Man fly without a plane?
- What happens to the plane in Iron Man 3?
- Why was Iron Man's suit a long way from realization?
- How did Iron Man get his love for aviation?
Who is the author of Iron Man?
Stan Lee Jack KirbyLarry LieberDon Heck Iron Man/Creators His creation is officially credited to four people: writer and editor Stan Lee, who plotted the first story; his brother Larry Lieber, who scripted it; artist Don Heck, who drew it; and Jack Kirby, who designed Iron Man's original armoured battlesuit.
Who came up with the idea of Iron Man?
Stan Lee The character was co-created by writer and editor Stan Lee, developed by scripter Larry Lieber, and designed by artists Don Heck and Jack Kirby. The character made his first appearance in Tales of Suspense #39 (cover dated March 1963), and received his own title in Iron Man #).
What is the real name of Iron Man?
Tony Stark Iron Man (Tony Stark) | Characters | Marvel.
Is the Iron Man plane real?
Modified Boeing 737 (Boeing 737-4B7) Tony Stark's private jet appears to be a CGI model based on a modified 737. Actual aircraft is N801TJ, serial 24892.Muh. 20, 1438 AH
Who killed Iron Man?
Howard Walter Stark appeared in the 1990s Iron Man animated series, voiced by Neil Ross in "The Origin of Iron Man" Pt. 1 and by Peter Renaday in "Not Far From The Tree." In "The Origin of Iron Man", Howard died in a hospital after a plane explosion, though it is implied he was actually assassinated by Justin Hammer.
Who created Marvel?
Martin Goodman Marvel Comics/Founders
How did Iron Man get created?
It was only the timely intervention of fellow captive and engineer Yinsen that kept the shrapnel at bay. While held captive, and forced to work on weapons, Tony turned his near-death experience into inspiration. ... Combining their genius, Tony and Yinsen built a mighty suit of iron armor that would be dubbed Iron Man.
What is Hulk real name?
Dr. Bruce Banner Dr. Bruce Banner lives a life caught between the soft-spoken scientist he's always been and the uncontrollable green monster powered by his rage. Exposed to heavy doses of gamma radiation, scientist Bruce Banner transforms into the mean, green rage machine called the Hulk.
What is the real name of all Avengers?
|Character||Real Name||Joined in|
|Wasp||Janet van Dyne (formerly Janet Pym)||Avengers #1 (1963)|
|Iron Man/Iron Man||Anthony Edward "Tony" Stark||Avengers #1 (1963)|
|The Hulk||Robert Bruce Banner||Avengers #1 (1963)|
|Thor||Formerly Donald Blake/Sigurd Jarlson/Jake Olsen, Odinson||Avengers #1 (1963)|
Can a real Iron Man fly without a plane?
- Interestingly enough that is not just fiction now, real Iron Man Suits are available for sale now! You can actually purchase one, strap it on and fly without a plane! Let’s take a look at this weird invention that allows you to fly without a plane and its ambitious inventor: the real life Iron Man!
What happens to the plane in Iron Man 3?
- The airplane explodes seconds after everyone is blown out; but amazingly enough, the debris from the flight is nowhere to be seen. In reality, the free-falling passengers should have been darting their way around the damaged parts of the airplane, which would be falling through the air alongside them.
Why was Iron Man's suit a long way from realization?
- Tony Stark's amazing suit is a long way from realization, mostly due to practical energy constraints. As a comic book fan and physics professor, I am looking forward to the big screen debut of Iron Man.
How did Iron Man get his love for aviation?
- His father was an aeronautical engineer and inventor, his grandfather was an airline pilot and his maternal grandfather ran a British helicopter manufacturer. He grew up with a love for aviation, an ambition for pushing the limits and a knack for thinking outside the box.