History Headscratchers / IronManArmoredAdventures

15th Mar '14 6:49:04 PM Aiguille
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* What's with the whole "weapons are evil and wrong" thing? I mean, it's obviously a case of WriterOnBoard, but I mean, c'mon, this is ''way'' past the [[DoesntLikeGuns Guns are Evil]] attitude. The Iron Man suits ''are'' weapons, the police use ''weapons'', and almost ''anything'' could be ''used'' as a "weapon" (like, say, [[{{Daredevil}} Bullseye]] could pick up a spoon...). Anyhow, it seems pretty hypocritical of Tony, who specifically made ''weapon'' to use against Stane, who he was calling out for weaponizing the Earthmovers. And by the way, what kind of government who could afford the thing ''wouldn't'' jump at the opportunity to purchase huge, giant, walking towers that shoot lasers at people? What's more, Rhodey's dad is stated to be in the military; you'd think he'd be the type to call address this issue with Tony.

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* What's with the whole "weapons are evil and wrong" thing? I mean, it's obviously a case of WriterOnBoard, but I mean, c'mon, this is ''way'' past the [[DoesntLikeGuns Guns are Evil]] attitude. The Iron Man suits ''are'' weapons, the police use ''weapons'', and almost ''anything'' could be ''used'' as a "weapon" (like, say, [[{{Daredevil}} [[Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} Bullseye]] could pick up a spoon...). Anyhow, it seems pretty hypocritical of Tony, who specifically made ''weapon'' to use against Stane, who he was calling out for weaponizing the Earthmovers. And by the way, what kind of government who could afford the thing ''wouldn't'' jump at the opportunity to purchase huge, giant, walking towers that shoot lasers at people? What's more, Rhodey's dad is stated to be in the military; you'd think he'd be the type to call address this issue with Tony.
31st Jan '14 2:23:04 PM Tduke1989
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** Keep in mind that Hammer seems a little insane in this version.

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** Keep in mind that Hammer seems a little insane in this version.version.
** It was made clear that the whole creation of a zombie virus was treated in universe as insane, Hammer is the embodiment of PsychopathicManchild and was in the middle of a VilainousBreakdown, he wasn't exactly reasonable.
24th Oct '13 5:42:59 PM AntMan
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* Why the hell would anyone make a zombie virus? What would you do with it?

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* Why the hell would anyone make a zombie virus? What would you do with it?it?
** Keep in mind that Hammer seems a little insane in this version.
1st Sep '13 2:29:37 PM GeekGirl314
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* Seriously, where was Rick Jones during "Rage of the Hulk"? This show was the first time we've seen the classic Rick/Hulk friendship outside the comics in god knows how long, (since the 90's, I think) and then he just vanishes!

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* Seriously, where was Rick Jones during "Rage of the Hulk"? This show was the first time we've seen the classic Rick/Hulk friendship outside the comics in god knows how long, (since the 90's, I think) and then he just vanishes!vanishes!
*Why the hell would anyone make a zombie virus? What would you do with it?
29th Mar '13 6:44:08 PM AntMan
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** However, heroes known to have been Avengers in other works, such as Hulk and Black Widow are in the show, and others like Captain America have been mentioned. There's also still a SHIELD that still acts as world police.

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** However, heroes known to have been Avengers in other works, such as Hulk and Black Widow are in the show, and others like Captain America have been mentioned. There's also still a SHIELD that still acts as world police.police.
* Seriously, where was Rick Jones during "Rage of the Hulk"? This show was the first time we've seen the classic Rick/Hulk friendship outside the comics in god knows how long, (since the 90's, I think) and then he just vanishes!
15th Dec '12 3:37:24 PM spoonofevil
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* How could the Masters of Evil be name-dropped? That team was created as the anti-Avengers in every continuity, and there's no hint of the Avengers existing in this series.

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* How could the Masters of Evil be name-dropped? That team was created as the anti-Avengers in every continuity, and there's no hint of the Avengers existing in this series.series.
** However, heroes known to have been Avengers in other works, such as Hulk and Black Widow are in the show, and others like Captain America have been mentioned. There's also still a SHIELD that still acts as world police.
6th Dec '12 6:58:53 AM DAMartin
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** Look at some speeches give politicians today. They can say things like "make the pie higher". Also, he was just rallying his base, not necessarily looking for moderates to convert.

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** Look at some speeches give politicians today. They can say things like "make the pie higher". Also, he was just rallying his base, not necessarily looking for moderates to convert.convert.
* How could the Masters of Evil be name-dropped? That team was created as the anti-Avengers in every continuity, and there's no hint of the Avengers existing in this series.
17th Oct '12 6:18:53 PM megazilla
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* In the first season, Tony is trying to get Stane imprisioned with proof of how he killed his father or something along those lines. Yet he never bothered with informing the police Stane was involved with the second Crimson Dynamo, the damage involved, or the hit. Neither do the police seem to get that information out of the man they did arrest. What happened with that? He technically hired someone to kidnap a person. And was an accomplise. Pretty illegal, if you ask me.

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* In the first season, Tony is trying to get Stane imprisioned imprisoned with proof of how he killed his father or something along those lines. Yet he never bothered with informing the police Stane was involved with the second Crimson Dynamo, the damage involved, or the hit. Neither do the police seem to get that information out of the man they did arrest. What happened with that? He technically hired someone to kidnap a person. And was an accomplise. Pretty illegal, if you ask me.


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** This and also keep in mind Stane's comment of "an Iron Monger in every country," considering how Fiction500 seems to be in full in this series, do you want to imagine something like say, some {{jerkass}} despot buying one and using it to blow up his own people?
25th Sep '12 6:34:35 PM Windona
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**Look at some speeches give politicians today. They can say things like "make the pie higher". Also, he was just rallying his base, not necessarily looking for moderates to convert.
22nd Aug '12 6:39:50 AM Ahvren
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* Tony's suit-up animation. There's a sequence that clearly shows the plates covering the stomach sliding down over Tony's skin. Where is his shirt? We see him activate the armor (usually with a shirt on), see the sequence (which somehow doesn't have his shirt), and then we see him, fully clothed again, in those inside the armor shots.
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