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    Reviews - Iron Man - #87

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A Movie waiting to Happen! - longthorn
I want to point out one of Iron Mans greatest enemies is cold. Even in the movies today as he flies into the depths of space itís the cold that is his greatest enemy. I really think the idea of Blizzard could translate to a great movie villain. Gregor Shapanka is an inventor that worked for Stark who later became the villain originally known as Jack Frost by now he updated his look to the Blizzard. This is the second half of a two-part action thriller. It starts out with Iron Man frozen and seemingly dead. The battle rages when Blizzard realizes Iron Man is still alive. I give this comic five stars and the great cover six!




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