Actually, Iron Man's real name in the movie Iron Man, is Anthony Edward Stark.
Tony Stark is who he is inside and out of the suit. Iron Man is in it for atonement. Tony Stark saw that he had to change - as a human being - and he was already changed by the time he builds the second suit and becomes Iron Man for real.
He was blissfully ignorant of any kind of suffering and was confronted by and forced to acknowledge his own suffering, in the form of his irreparable heart damage and social isolation and the suffering he has directly caused others through his livelihood.
Stark is good at solving problem and being resourceful. The first suit fails him spectacularly. As an engineer, Tony knows this and it's built into his creative process - trial and error are a huge part of his success for he uses the knowledge he's gained from the process.
He is empathetic and doesn't kill for revenge when he was in Afghanistan. He takes out the terrorists holding guns to the hostages and leaves the leader for the village to deal with and then he goes to destroy the weaponry.
In the comics, it's the Mandarin, who can also be seen in the tv-series "Iron Man: Armored Adventures"
The mandarin is also believed to be the main villain for Iron Man 3 coming out in 2013
From a purely economic perspective, money itself has the same face value regardless of who possesses it. For example, a $100 bill is worth $100 whether it's in the hands of a wealthy person or someone with fewer financial resources. In this sense, the value of money remains constant.
However, the perception that a rich person's money is worth more may come from a different perspective:
**Purchasing Power:** A wealthy individual can afford to buy more with their money because they have a larger amount of it. They have greater purchasing power, which means they can acquire more goods and services, invest in opportunities, or make significant contributions to causes they care about.
**Access to Opportunities:** Wealth often grants access to exclusive opportunities, such as investments, education, and experiences, which can lead to the accumulation of even more wealth. In this sense, money can be seen as having more potential when in the hands of someone with resources.
**Influence:** Wealthy individuals can exert more influence on economic and political decisions, which can affect the value of their assets and money in the long term.
STAN LEE was the co creator
Tony Sparks is Iron Man and he made the costume... ... ...
So he created Iron Man( Tony Sparks).
Just because you make a costume doesn't mean you created iron man.
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The Man with the Iron Fists was created on 2012-10-26.
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Depends what armor you are talking about the mk2-7 i believe were all gold titanium alloy ,
the thorbuster and hulk buster armors were something else .
The argo armors i think were alien based tech that stark improved on .. There was one that even pulled inside his body in nano form and was hidden in his bones....
*WARNING: Contains both Iron Man (2008) and Iron Man 2 (2010) spoilers!*
It depends which version or Iron Man you are talking about. In the comics, Anthony Stark never really settles down with anyone, but he has had both "love interests" and girlfriends during his career as Iron Man.
In the movies, directed by John Favreau, (Iron Man, and Iron Man 2) Tony Stark (played by Robert Downey Jr.) is in love with his assistant whoin the second movie the CEO of his company, Pepper Potts. (played by Gwyneth Paltrow). During the first movie Tony hints at how he feels for Pepper, but never really says anything solid, other than an almost kiss which is quickly dismissed by Pepper. In Iron Man 2 however, Tony pays more attention to his relationship with Pepper, and tries to tell her how he feels on more than one occasion, despite some tension between him and the undercover Black Widow (played by Scarlett Johanson). He finally does, and the movie ends with a long-awaited kiss between them. There's no news about what will happen with this in the third movie, to be released in 2012. (Sources: Personal Experience)
The Hulkbuster Mk II suit was the strongest Iron man armor as Iron Man was able to hold his own against the Hulk in it. But in terms of overall performance Iron Man's Bleeding Edge armor is his best.
Unlike most super heros, Tony Stark enjoys all of the attention. He was never really concerned about (say Batman, for example) was concerned about if he gave out his identity. If you've ever seen "The Avengers" or any of the two "Iron Man" then you see he enjoys being out there in the public and being noticed!
He has lots of cars but his main one is the Audi R8
The main song that plays is Robot Rock by Daft Punk.
Otto von Bismarck was known as the 'Iron Chancelor' in Europe. He was the first chancellor of the United Germany from 1871 to 1890. (Chancellor means prime minister in German politics.)
First of all, I would imagine the main difference is that the Iron Giant book is a book and the Iron Giant movie is a movie. Second, I can't help any further because I have never seen, read, nor heard of Iron Giant before in my life. I hope this helped, though it probably did not.
The Hulkbuster armor is probably the strongest and has a lift capacity of 175 tons. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_Man%27s_armor
dont take away something that is keeping someone alive just to cause mass destruction
Captain America. Definetley.
something that helps his injured heart.
no its PG-13