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Written by Stuart Moore. Art by Jamal Igle & Keith Champagne. Cover by Brian Stelfreeze. Beginning the biggest Firestorm storyline yet: the 4-part "In My Father's House!" Firestorm investigates his girlfriend Gehenna's mysterious past ? and finds a new nuclear-powered menace ? as his family life turns to chaos! Is it all connected? And who is the other Firestorm? ? 32 pg, FC. Cover price $2.99.

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ComicBook.com has learned that Invincible Iron Man #1 has already amassed more than 200,000 pre-orders from comic book retailers across the country. Written by Brian Michael Bendis and illustrated by David Marquez (Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man) Invincible Iron Man #1 will lead “All-New, All-Different Marvel,” the publisher’s Fall publishing initiative where Marvel will launch a number of new ongoing series with a brand-new #1 issue.

If the pre-order numbers are indeed accurate, then Invincible Iron Man #1 will be the character’s highest-selling debut in years. To provide a little context, Marvel’s last Iron Man relaunch, Superior Iron Man #1, premiered to almost 84,000 units. Iron Man’s two preceding series, Iron Man (2012) and Invincible Iron Man (2008) sold roughly 116,530 and 116,250 units.

American scientists test their drilling equipment on Antarctica's McMurdo Ice Shelf in preparation to drill through the Antarctic ice sheet into Lake Whillans in January.

NAGOYA, Japan – It must have looked great on paper. People like movies. People like amusement park rides. Why not show people a movie in an motorized seat? Better still, why not throw in smoke machines and fans and turn the movie-going experience into a two-hour ride? Yet the so-called 4DX experience, which debuted in Japan last weekend at a showing of Iron Man 3 , is a drag.

The seats move back and forth, up and down, and side to side. Their backs vibrate. Pressurized air provides either a steady breeze or quick, startling bursts. Nozzles spray water into your face. Lights on the walls flash and machines pour steam into the auditorium. (Two features advertised as part of the 4DX experience were absent from the Iron Man 3 showing: I never smelled anything out of the ordinary and I didn’t see any bubbles. ) But the bells and whistles distract from rather than enhance the film, leaving the viewer exhausted rather than enthralled.

Iron Fist has been adapted to appear in several animated television series and video games. Finn Jones portrays the character in the live-action television series Iron Fist , The Defenders , and the upcoming second season of Luke Cage .

Iron Fist, along with the previously created Shang-Chi, Master of Kung Fu , came from Marvel Comics during an American pop culture trend in the early to mid-1970s of martial arts heroes. Writer/co-creator Roy Thomas wrote in a text piece in Marvel Premiere #15 that Iron Fist's origin and creation owe much to the 1940s Bill Everett character, Amazing-Man . Thomas later wrote that he and artist/co-creator Gil Kane had

...started "Iron Fist" because I'd seen my first kung fu movie, even before a Bruce Lee one came out, and it had a thing called "the ceremony of the Iron Fist" in it. I thought that was a good name, and we already had Master of Kung Fu going, but I thought, "Maybe a superhero called Iron Fist, even though we had Iron Man , would be a good idea." [Publisher] Stan [Lee] liked the name, so I got hold of Gil and he brought in his Amazing Man influences, and we designed the character together... [1]

Written by Stuart Moore. Art by Jamal Igle & Keith Champagne. Cover by Brian Stelfreeze. Beginning the biggest Firestorm storyline yet: the 4-part "In My Father's House!" Firestorm investigates his girlfriend Gehenna's mysterious past ? and finds a new nuclear-powered menace ? as his family life turns to chaos! Is it all connected? And who is the other Firestorm? ? 32 pg, FC. Cover price $2.99.

Written by Stuart Moore. Art by Jamal Igle & Keith Champagne. Cover by Brian Stelfreeze. Beginning the biggest Firestorm storyline yet: the 4-part "In My Father's House!" Firestorm investigates his girlfriend Gehenna's mysterious past ? and finds a new nuclear-powered menace ? as his family life turns to chaos! Is it all connected? And who is the other Firestorm? ? 32 pg, FC. Cover price $2.99.

By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook.com Terms of Service and Privacy Policy

ComicBook.com has learned that Invincible Iron Man #1 has already amassed more than 200,000 pre-orders from comic book retailers across the country. Written by Brian Michael Bendis and illustrated by David Marquez (Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man) Invincible Iron Man #1 will lead “All-New, All-Different Marvel,” the publisher’s Fall publishing initiative where Marvel will launch a number of new ongoing series with a brand-new #1 issue.

If the pre-order numbers are indeed accurate, then Invincible Iron Man #1 will be the character’s highest-selling debut in years. To provide a little context, Marvel’s last Iron Man relaunch, Superior Iron Man #1, premiered to almost 84,000 units. Iron Man’s two preceding series, Iron Man (2012) and Invincible Iron Man (2008) sold roughly 116,530 and 116,250 units.

American scientists test their drilling equipment on Antarctica's McMurdo Ice Shelf in preparation to drill through the Antarctic ice sheet into Lake Whillans in January.

NAGOYA, Japan – It must have looked great on paper. People like movies. People like amusement park rides. Why not show people a movie in an motorized seat? Better still, why not throw in smoke machines and fans and turn the movie-going experience into a two-hour ride? Yet the so-called 4DX experience, which debuted in Japan last weekend at a showing of Iron Man 3 , is a drag.

The seats move back and forth, up and down, and side to side. Their backs vibrate. Pressurized air provides either a steady breeze or quick, startling bursts. Nozzles spray water into your face. Lights on the walls flash and machines pour steam into the auditorium. (Two features advertised as part of the 4DX experience were absent from the Iron Man 3 showing: I never smelled anything out of the ordinary and I didn’t see any bubbles. ) But the bells and whistles distract from rather than enhance the film, leaving the viewer exhausted rather than enthralled.

Written by Stuart Moore. Art by Jamal Igle & Keith Champagne. Cover by Brian Stelfreeze. Beginning the biggest Firestorm storyline yet: the 4-part "In My Father's House!" Firestorm investigates his girlfriend Gehenna's mysterious past ? and finds a new nuclear-powered menace ? as his family life turns to chaos! Is it all connected? And who is the other Firestorm? ? 32 pg, FC. Cover price $2.99.

By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook.com Terms of Service and Privacy Policy

ComicBook.com has learned that Invincible Iron Man #1 has already amassed more than 200,000 pre-orders from comic book retailers across the country. Written by Brian Michael Bendis and illustrated by David Marquez (Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man) Invincible Iron Man #1 will lead “All-New, All-Different Marvel,” the publisher’s Fall publishing initiative where Marvel will launch a number of new ongoing series with a brand-new #1 issue.

If the pre-order numbers are indeed accurate, then Invincible Iron Man #1 will be the character’s highest-selling debut in years. To provide a little context, Marvel’s last Iron Man relaunch, Superior Iron Man #1, premiered to almost 84,000 units. Iron Man’s two preceding series, Iron Man (2012) and Invincible Iron Man (2008) sold roughly 116,530 and 116,250 units.



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