Invincible Iron Man Vol. 2: The War Machines

by Brian Michael Bendis (Author), Mike Deodato (Illustrator)

Something is putrid in the house of Stark, and Tony must look into the nooks and crannies of his big and international organization to find the answers. But what kind of answers will he find?

Something is putrid in the house of Stark, and Tony must look into the nooks and crannies of his big and international organization to find the answers. But what kind of answers will he find?

In the meantime, as actions begin to build that will rock the Marvel Universe once again, Iron Man will work as a team with War Machine to face a brand new threat with a little help from Spider-Man. Tony and Rhodey are best friends on and off the combat zone, but their amity will be tested further than anything they have ever known as new power group of actors reveal themselves in a dangerous and bloody way.

In this comic book, you will discover the answer to the next question: Can Iron Man or War Machine do something to avoid a new Civil War?

The authors of this comic, Greg Rucka and James Robinson, present great fight scenes with the biohack ninjas and also revel the secret behind of this ninjas and their real intentions. In this book are included new characters: Tomoe, Riri Williams and Amara Perera who go out on a date whit Tony Start. Other characters whit a little participation in this story is Victor Von Doom.

In this comic book, Tony Stark recognizes that his personal life is a chaos and that is the reason why he hires Mary Jane to help make him not as much of a big mess. In the other hand, the story presents the friendship between War Machine and Iron Man grow up as they attempt to protect each other from Tomoe.

After all the investigation, combats, dates and other facts in this comic book, Iron Man shows his individual power and the potential of his friends, acting as a great team.

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