Iron Man: A History
Co-created by Stan Lee and scripter Larry Lieber / designed by Don Heck and Jack Kirby
Debuted in Tales of Suspense #39 in 1963.
Received his own title Iron Man #1 in 1968
Billionaire, playboy, scientist, industrialist, genius, and snarky
Anthony Edward Stark or, Tony for short, received a severe chest wound while being kidnapped.
While his captures' plans were to force him to create a weapon of mass destruction, Tony built a mechanical suit of armor to help himself escape.
Later, Stark develops his suit, adding weapons and other technological devices he designed through his company, Stark Industries. He uses the suit and successive versions to protect the world as Iron Man.
Although at first concealing his true identity, Stark eventually declared that he was, in fact, Iron Man in a public announcement. ("I am Iron Man." sound drop)
Throughout most of his history as a Marvel character, he has been an establishing member of the famous group The Avengers.
Stan Lee created Iron Man to toy with ideas of American technology and involvement during The Cold War. However as years went by, he adapted in storylines as well as with technology.
The Voices Behind The Iron
Iron Man has had a few different voices to the character in the animated world. The main actor to voice the character is Marc Worden. However, a few others to voice the character have been Matthew Mercer, Tom Kane, Adrian Pasder, Eric Loomis, Mick Wingert, a few other one timers.
I Am Iron Man - The birth of the MCU
Robert Downey Jr. was born to play this role. Words that creator Stan Lee himself said. RDJ brought a comic book character to life in a way that few have, and probably the best in the history of live action comic book movies.
Iron Man 1-3
Captain America: Civil War
The Incredible Hulk (post credit)
Black Widow (2020)
Iron Man's Entourage
Iron Man's Enemies
A.I.M. - Advanced Idea Mechanics - splinter tech group of HYDRA
Iron Monger - Obadiah Stain
Fing Fang Foom
Kang The Conqueror