Iron Man Logo – Iron Man (Anthony Edward “Tony” Stark) is a fictional character, a superhero comic in the universe of Marvel. It was created for the comic book Tales of Suspense No. 39 (1963) by Stan Lee (story), Larry Lieber (dialogues) and Don Heck (drawing), with Jack Kirby who drew the cover and designed the first frame of the character ( it has been many versions). Since May 1968 he has owned his own title, noteworthy the work of artists such as Gene Colan, George Tuska and John Romita Jr. He has also enjoyed various adaptations to other media such as the successful film franchise started in 2008 and starring Robert Downey Jr. under the direction of Jon Favreau.
The son of millionaire industrialist and head of Stark Industries, Howard Stark, Maria Stark, Anthony Edward Stark was born in Long Island. A child prodigy, entering the MIT at the age of 15 years to study electrical engineering and computer science. After his parents die in a car accident, Stark inherited his father’s company. While observing the effects of their experimental technologies in the U.S. war effort, Tony Stark is wounded by a booby trap and is captured by the enemy directed by Wong-Chu, who orders him to design weapons for him. However, Stark’s injuries are serious and shrapnel are moving toward your heart. His fellow prisoner, Ho Yinsen, winner of the Nobel Prize for Physics, whose work Stark had admired at the university builds a magnetic chest plate to keep the fragments reaching Stark’s heart, keeping it alive. Secretly, Stark and Yinsen use the workshop to design and build a suit that Stark uses to escape. However, during the escape, Yinsen sacrifices his life to save Stark, distracting the enemy to reload Stark. Stark takes revenge on his captors and goes to meet with U.S. forces on their way to the pilot is wounded U.S. Navy fighter, James “Rhodey” Rhodes. More