Iron Man: Director Of S.H.I.E.L.D.

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  • Title: Iron Man: Director Of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  • Author: Daniel Knauf Charles Knauf Roberto de la Torre
  • ISBN: 9780785122999
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tony Stark, director of S.H.I.E.L.D It s day one of a new role for Tony as he takes up the mantle of the missing Nick Fury to lead S.H.I.E.L.D into the 21st century But what does this mean for the future of Iron Man Collecting Iron Man 15 18

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      Published :2018-09-19T22:04:46+00:00

    One thought on “Iron Man: Director Of S.H.I.E.L.D.”

    1. This is a short story arc immediately following Marvel's Civil War crossover. The book is filled out with a silver age SHIELD tale and a 70's Iron Man tale.The father and son writing team of Daniel and Charles Knauf have a take on SHIELD that is a bit more Tom Clancy than the traditional James Bond style. This is a refreshing move, and doesn't particularly violate canon either. There's a nice balance between politics and superhero sturm and drang. There isn't much to the story, but it does look [...]

    2. Otro comic bien hecho que me obliga a no odiar a Tony Stark. El dibujo es zafable pero el nivel general del guion está muy bueno. Puntos extra para la edición española por incluír las páginas de Ellis y Bendis.

    3. Not digging post-Civil War Iron Man. This arc was not special or spectacular. I know once Matt Fraction takes over, it gets really good.

    4. Meh. This wasn’t really what I thought it would be. It collects Iron Man 15-18 so basically I’m right in the middle of a storyline. Shrug.

    5. Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. is the first Iron Man to take place in the post-Civil War Marvel Universe, and while Iron Man and his faction of heroes might have been the winners of that conflict, the aftermath is anything but glorious. Tony Stark is still reeling from the loss of his pal Happy Hogan, and is now under increased scrutiny as Director of S.H.I.E.L.D replacing the irreplaceable Nick Fury.This volume, which collects Iron Man #15-18 as well as some extras (which I'll address later [...]

    6. This is the kind of Iron Man I like to see. Tony Stark's new role of Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. is perfectly suited for him and adds a real rejuvenated feel to a character most of us hated/hate coming off the Civil War storyline. While we see Tony struggle with the burdens of command, we also see him do what he did best in the Avengers, lead. There is quite a bit of character development concerning himself and Maya. We also witness a tragic death and the return of a classic villain. Included here [...]

    7. I had been assured that the Director of SHIELD run was really good and well, they weren't lying. I can see how it wouldn't be as good without knowledge of what has come before, but, hey, this is what a Marvel Unlimited subscription is for. Familiarity with Civil War, the Initiative, and Iron Man v4 up to this point would be helpful.This is Tony stepping up and trying to take the job he didn't want in the first place after Captain America's death, doing well in a way that puts everyone off, being [...]

    8. Pretty good stuff here! We get a look at how Tony is doing as director of SHIELD as an old enemy surfaces. And we have a cliffhanger well before the end of the book, the remainder being filled out with reprints (a classic Lee and Kirby tale, and one from David Micheline's run) and text pieces. Boo! Would it have killed them to either make this volume shorter or make it longer and incorporate a decent chunk of the epic storyline that's coming? The reprints are nice, and all, but it smacks of padd [...]

    9. I was really disappointed in this book. I was expecting it to be a really good read and perhaps feel like a stand alone story but it really wasn't. It just happened to be a small story arc from a current Iron Man series which I really haven't read any of. It was probably okay in the context of that series, but I came to it after reading Civil War with little knowledge beyond that of what he had been up to around then, and was totally lost.

    10. Right after Civil War and right before World War Hulk, I wanted to read an Iron Man story that was essential to Iron Man's part in the Marvel U, instead I got this. Not really what I wanted to read. But it was still a pretty good story. On 2nd read I realized it was more of an espionage, counter terrorism tale, hence 'Director of Shield'. So still a pretty good story,

    11. Tony Stark is in charge of Shield, but he is taking a more active role than necessary. Dum Dum Duggan has concerns about him not trusting his teams. This is part Iron Man story, part Shield story. Can Iron Man defeat all the criminal uprisings that started since the end of the Civil War? A decent story, and having Duggan tell it is a nice touch. A good idea.

    12. The general idea of biology vs. metallurgy is interesting, but the overall plotting is confusing, there's not a lot of emotion in the volume (perhaps as a result), and it's been padded out.

    13. Would have enjoyed it more but it ends way too soon and with no resolution. None of the modern Iron Man stories I've read have been as fun as the 70-80s ones. Hopefully that will change.

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