Iron Man, real name Anthony "Tony" Stark, is a character from the Marvel Comics. He has great intelligence and uses a combat armor built by himself.
Iron Man, along other Avengers, attempt to stop the Red Skull. Iron Man can fly and fires lasers.
Iron Man (2008)
|Default Armor||Play with the default armor.|
|Mark I||Tony Stark crafted the first-ever Iron Man suit as the prisoner of militants in Afghanistan. With the help of Ynsen, he constructed this key instrument to his heroic escape.|
|Mark II||Tony constructed the Mark II with an emphasis on exploring flight potential. As the first suit of Iron Man armor built at Stark Industries, the Mark I armor was soon replaced by the Mark II.|
|Mark III||Designed for customization, the Mark III armor can be equipped with a variety of enhancements.|
|Comic Book Tin Can||This first-ever Iron Man suit was built during the character's initial appearance in 'Tales of Suspence #39', and this design originates from the interpretation from 'Iron Man Vol. 4 #5'.|
|Classic||Iron Man's first iconic armor was finalized in 'Tales of Suspense #65'. It was the first suit to feature the trademark palm-mounted Repulsor Rays.|
|Silver Centurion||Sporting new colors, Tony used this suit during his fight with Iron Monger, his days as a West Coast Avenger, and in the first 'Armor Wars' storyline.|
|Light Gatling Gun||0,5||11||9||14|
|Ares Pulse Rifle||1,5||8,5||5||10,5|
|Hermes LR Pulse Rifle||1,5||8,5||9||10,5|
|XL360 GG556mm V2.0||0,5||14||9||14|
|Hades LC Pulse Rifle||4,5||8,5||9||10,5|
|XL360 GG556mm V3.0||1||14||9||14|
|2eus EMP Pulse Rifle||4,5||8,5||9||10,5|
|Excelsior Rockets||11||2,1||14||4||The best micro-rockets money can buy.|
|Bloodhound Missiles||8,5||4,5||9||4||Fire-and-forget missiles, mainly for use against vehicles.|
|Excelsior 2.0 Rockets||11||2,1||14||4|
|Bloodhound 2.0 Missiles||8,5||4,5||9||4|
|Meteor MH Rockets||8,5||3,1||5||4|
|Thunderbolt EMP Rockets||14||3,1||14||4|
|Sunspear 2.0 RGMS||8,5||4,5||9||4|
|Unibeam Extra Range||10||9||14|
|Repulsor Longer Range||6||9||14|
|Improved Thermal Switch||10||14||14|
|Improved Damage Level||10||9||14|
|Optimal Beam Damage||14||14||14|
|Floor Punch||8,5||By cutting Iron Man's thrusters when high enough, the Iron Man suit will drop to the ground, creating a small shockwave capable of incapacitating nearby enemies.|
|Repulsor Floor Punch||11||Creates a larger shockwave when Iron Man drops from a greater altitude.|
|Power Stomp||8,5||The system disables the auto-hovering system when above a vehicular enemy, allowing the Iron Man suit to be used as a crude spear, inflicting great damage to anyone who happens to be under it at th time.|
|Turbo Boost||0||Increases movement speed, both in hover mode and in flight mode.|
|Electro Punch||11||Creates electro-magnetic fields around Iron Man's fists, thereby increasing the amount of damage done by hand-to-hand attacks.|
|Kamikaze||14||When in Strong Propulsion Mode, Iron Man can punch through all enemies destroying them instantly. Warning: Iron Man's armor will take a certain amount of damage, depending on the type of enemy.|
|NanoTech Knitters||0||Increases the regeneration rate of the Armor sub-system.|
Iron Man, Captain America, Spider-Man, Wolverine, and Hulk are called by Adam Warlock to search for the Infinity Gems around the globe and stop Thanos. Doppelgängers of Iron Man appear as enemies and bosses.
Iron Man is one of the last characters used by the player in the story. He defeats aliens at the Avengers Mansion and manages to escape, going to the power plant. There he finds Brigade and defeats him. After going out the power plant, an infected Human Torch faces him. Iron Man defeats him and heads back for the Avengers Mansion. There he finds Roekel in a deadly alien suit and is defeated by him.
Iron Man is a playable character. He is one of the heroes that fight against the Masters of Evil led by Dr. Doom. His building is used as the headquarters for the heroes.
Marvel vs. Capcom series
Iron Man is a playable character in the fighting games Marvel Super Heroes, Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds. He uses energy attacks that include beams and blasts as well as explosives. He can also fly. In Marvel Super Heroes, his stage is the headquarters of his alter ego's company, Stark Industries.
While he doesn't appear in Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes, War Machine takes his place in the game.