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Iron Man. The secret origin of Tony Stark. Book 2 /

Gillen, Kieron (author.). Land, Greg. (Added Author). Eaglesham, Dale. (Added Author). Pagulayan, Carlo. (Added Author). Leisten, Jay. (Added Author). Hanna, Scott. (Added Author). Caramagna, Joe. (Added Author). Guru eFX (Firm) (Added Author).

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Dorchester - Summerville Branch Y 741.5973 IRO (Text) 30018004787947 Young Adult Non-Fiction Checked out 08/20/2020

Record details

  • ISBN: 0785168354
  • ISBN: 9780785168355
  • Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 27 cm
  • Publisher: New York : Marvel Worldwide, Inc., 2013.

Content descriptions

General Note: "Contains material originally published in magazine form as Iron Man #12-17"--Tp verso.
Summary, etc.: Iron Man must evade one of the greatest bounty hunters, Death's Head, while fighting a robot that can take over his armor at any time.
Subject: Graphic novels
Superheroes -- Comic books, strips, etc
Science fiction comic books, strips, etc
Iron Man -- (Fictitious character) -- Comic books, strips, etc -- Fiction
Topic Heading: Young adult fiction.

An award-winning critic and journalist, Kieron Gillen has written for organizations such as PC Gamer, The Guardian, Rock Paper Shotgun and Wired before turning his attention to comics. His previous writing credits include the critically lauded Phonogram, Thor, S.W.O.R.D. and Generation Hope. He has relaunched two longstanding Marvel series in Uncanny X-Men and Journey into Mystery.

Dale Eaglesham started out penciling series peripheral to the mainstream Marvel Universe: Guardians of the Galaxy, Savage Sword of Conan, What If? and others. When he moved to DC, his artwork appeared in Justice Society of America and spinoff miniseries Thy Kingdom Come, and multiple Batman titles - including Detective Comics, Gotham Knights, Legends of the Dark Knight and Shadow of the Bat. He returned to Marvel to illustrate Jonathan Hickman's Fantastic Four, Captain America in the Steve Rogers: Super-Soldier miniseries, and the complete run of the relaunched Alpha Flight. Elsewhere, he has penciled Eternal Warrior at Acclaim, Sigil at Crossgen and the Creep feature in Dark Horse Presents.

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