Fear Itself: Fear Itself: Invincible Iron Man Invincible Iron Man (Hardback)
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Fear Itself: Fear Itself: Invincible Iron Man Invincible Iron Man (Hardback)

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Hardback 253 Pages / Published: 21/03/2012
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FEAR ITSELF reaches its hand deep into the heart of the City of Lights! Iron Man races to Paris, France, to encounter one of 'the Worthy' waiting there for him. How will the ultimate man of science react to a city turned to stone? And if that weren't bad enough, the world is going mad as the avatars of the Serpent start their rampages. How resilient is Resilient? How strong is Iron? And as if things weren't grim enough--Rescue engages Hammer Industries as one of the Serpent's avatars goes on the hunt...and Iron Man arms himself for the end of the world. COLLECTING:

Publisher: Marvel Comics
ISBN: 9780785157731
Number of pages: 253
Weight: 533 g
Dimensions: 265 x 178 x 15 mm

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“Iron vs Stone!”

The Iron Man story is integral to the plot of Fear Itself. Stark is of critical importance to turning the tide of the Serpents strike on our world. This book fills in the gap of Stark's absence from the main... More

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20th April 2012
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