History WesternAnimation / IronMan

21st Apr '16 10:23:37 AM Angelus25
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*TheGentlemanOrTheScoundrel: The Dreadknight (Gentleman) and Blacklash (Scoundrel) compete for Hypnotia's affections



* GrandFinale: Season two's "Hands of the Mandarin" two-parter, where Mandarin--having finally collected all of his Ten Rings--launches a scheme to make all of the planet's technology useless, which would make his arch-enemy Iron Man ineffective against him. As Mandarin reforms his team of super villains, Iron Man reforms his superhero team and develops new armor to negate Mandarin's anti-technology, and a final confrontation between the two ends in [[spoiler:Mandarin's death]].

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* GrandFinale: Season two's "Hands of the Mandarin" two-parter, where Mandarin--having finally collected all of his Ten Rings--launches a scheme to make all of the planet's technology useless, which would make his arch-enemy Iron Man ineffective against him. As Mandarin reforms his team of super villains, Iron Man reforms his superhero team and develops new armor to negate Mandarin's anti-technology, anti-technology spell, and a final confrontation between the two ends in [[spoiler:Mandarin's death]].
13th Apr '16 12:52:42 AM TitoMosquito
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* HeroesWantRedheads: Spider-Woman, Wanda (season one), and Veronica, Tony's physical therapist.

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* HeroesWantRedheads: Spider-Woman, Wanda (season one), and Veronica, Veronica Benning, Tony's physical therapist.
19th Mar '16 11:28:41 PM Anicomicgeek
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* RecapEpisode: "Empowered", which features MODOK getting his hands on one of the Mandarin's rings.



* ShoutOut: The villain Beetle talks like a member of [[Music/TheBeatles a certain rock band]].
** Iron Man even tells him he's "In for a hard day's night" when they first meet.

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* ShoutOut: The villain Beetle talks like a member of [[Music/TheBeatles a certain rock band]].
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band]]. Iron Man even tells him he's "In for a hard day's night" when they first meet.
14th Mar '16 8:25:40 PM SpideyTerry
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* BackhandedApology: "The Armor Wars" two-parter ends with Iron Man uploading a virus into Hammer Industries' computer systems. It destroys all records of the armor technology, but it also "accidentally" erases everything else. He "apologizes" by noting how "reckless" he was.



* BeingGoodSucks: Nick Fury is certain in "The Armor Wars, Part II" that Justin Hammer is using Firepower to attack Stark Enterprises. Without proof, though, he can't intervene, so he presses Tony to bring back Iron Man.



* {{Cliffhanger}}: "Hulk Buster" ends with the Mandarin reclaiming his final two rings and vowing to implement his ultimate plan.



* DramaticUnmask: In "Hands of the Mandarin, Part I," [[spoiler:the Mandarin melts off Iron Man's helmet]].
* DueToTheDead: When it looks like Iron Man's been killed in "The Armor Wars, Part II," Nick Fury chastises two soldiers belittling his memory.
-->"There was a good man in that armor, and he deserves your respect. That clear?!"



** Part 1 ended with Julia chewing out Tony about his actions. WordOfGod revealed that Jennifer Hale was instructed to read her lines as if Julia had been drinking before confronting him.



* {{Hypocrite}}: After all the anti-technology railing, the Mandarin reveals he has exo-armor. Iron Man calls him on it.
* ILied: "The Beast Within" offers a two-fer. Once M.O.D.O.K. fulfills his role in the plan, the Mandarin refuses to let him share in the spoils. However, immediately afterwards, Fin Fang Foom reveals his own treachery.



* IneffectualLoner: Deconstructed in Season 2 with Iron Man. Refusing to let the team in on his plan in "The Beast Within" causes half of them to quit. Rushing off in "The Hands of the Mandarin, Part I" nearly gets him killed.



* NeverFoundTheBody: Defeating the dragons in "The Beast Within" causes a massive explosion. Iron Man assumes the Mandarin was killed, but viewers quickly learn he's wrong. Justified, though, as the blast was powerful enough to [[spoiler:kill all five dragons]].



* NotSoDifferent: Arthur Dearborn from "Cell of Iron" used high levels of microwave energy to cure a deadly disease, but he was transformed into Sunturion. He gave off lethal radiation and banished himself to the Starwell space station.
-->'''Dearborn:''' And here I remain, my gift to mankind now serving as my prison. Do you have any idea of what loneliness it is to be cut off from all humanity and locked inside a [[TitleDrop cell of iron]]?\\
'''Iron Man:''' Yes, I do.



* OhCrap: Hulk in his crossover episode when he realizes the time travel has brought him to just before the gamma bomb test.

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* OhCrap: OhCrap:
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Hulk in his crossover episode when he realizes the time travel has brought him to just before the gamma bomb test.test.
** M.O.D.O.K. in "Empowered" when he learns the Mandarin is still alive.
* OnceAnEpisode:
** Season 1 had a CGI TransformationSequence, where Tony would suit up.
** Most Season 2 episodes in-between the premiere and finale ended with a tag scene showing the Mandarin slowly reclaiming his rings. The only exceptions were "The Armor Wars, Part I" (which had a story-related cliffhanger) and "Empowered" (a ClipShow that featured the Mandarin heavily).


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** M.O.D.O.K. scampers off at the end of "The Beast Within" for parts unknown. He returns in "Empowered" and is revealed to have been busy searching for the Mandarin's rings.


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* RedemptionEqualsDeath: "Go redeem yourself, [[spoiler:Titanium Man]]."


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* SecretKeeper: The end of "Hulk Buster" for both heroes.
-->'''Bruce:''' You know that I'm the Hulk. What now?\\
'''Iron Man:''' ''[removing his helmet]'' I won't tell if you won't.


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* UnwittingPawn: The Mandarin is one to the dragons in "The Beast Within."
8th Mar '16 5:05:43 AM Gunstargreen
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** Iron Man appears (alongside War Machine) in a few episodes of ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'' (with a new design that mixes his season one and two designs with new elements).

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** Iron Man appears (alongside War Machine) in a few episodes of ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'' (with a new design that mixes his season one and two designs with new elements).elements borrowed from the Telepresence unit from the comics).
8th Mar '16 4:59:51 AM Gunstargreen
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** Titanium Man is a composite of both comic versions, having the identity of the first (Boris Bullski) and the armor design of the second (the Gremlin).

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** Titanium Man is a composite of both comic versions, having the identity of the first (Boris Bullski) and the armor design of the second (the Gremlin). Coincidentally Bullski eventually does adopt Gremlin's armor design for a while in the comics.
5th Mar '16 10:49:09 AM nombretomado
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* FantasticVoyagePlot: "Iron Man, on the Inside," where Tony does this to fix Hawkeye's spinal injury. (This was adapted from a comic book story, but with CaptainAmerica as the patient instead.)

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* FantasticVoyagePlot: "Iron Man, on the Inside," where Tony does this to fix Hawkeye's spinal injury. (This was adapted from a comic book story, but with CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica as the patient instead.)
1st Mar '16 10:51:14 AM kyojikasshu
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*** The Crimson Dynamo effectively serves as a CompositeCharacter for the Gremlin (the second Titanium Man) and Force. He dies in battle against Iron Man in Russia instead of the Gremlin, and it's his armor, rather than Force's, that reveals the stolen Iron Man tech.

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*** The Crimson Dynamo effectively serves as a CompositeCharacter for the Gremlin (the second Titanium Man) and Force. He dies [[spoiler:dies in battle against Iron Man in Russia Russia]] instead of the Gremlin, and it's his armor, rather than Force's, that reveals the stolen Iron Man tech.
1st Mar '16 10:34:52 AM kyojikasshu
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** The adaptation of "Armor Wars" is pretty true to the comic that inspired it, but makes a few character changes. The plane hijacking scene has the Raiders replaced by Blizzard and Blacklash, Ghost takes Spymaster's place as the one who steals Tony's armor designs in the first place, and Hawkeye takes ComicBook/CaptainAmerica's role as the Avenger who fights Iron Man at the Vault. [[Comicbook/AntMan Scott Lang]] and Abe Zimmer have their roles cut entirely.

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** The adaptation of "Armor Wars" is pretty true to the comic that inspired it, but makes a few character changes. changes:
*** Spymaster is replaced by the Ghost as the one who steals the Iron Man plans and sells them to Justin Hammer.
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The plane hijacking scene has the Raiders replaced by Blizzard and Blacklash, Ghost takes Spymaster's place as the one who steals Tony's armor designs in the first place, and Blacklash.
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Hawkeye takes ComicBook/CaptainAmerica's role replaces [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica the Captain]] as the Avenger who fights Iron Man at the Vault. [[Comicbook/AntMan Vault.
*** Edwin Cord's role as the backer of the Firepower project is replaced by Hammer. Since Firepower is changed from an armored suit to a robot, Jack Taggert also doesn't appear.
*** The roles of [[ComicBook/AntMan
Scott Lang]] and Abe Zimmer have their roles are cut entirely.entirely.
*** Edwin Cord's role as the backer of the Firepower Project is taken by Justin Hammer.
*** The Crimson Dynamo effectively serves as a CompositeCharacter for the Gremlin (the second Titanium Man) and Force. He dies in battle against Iron Man in Russia instead of the Gremlin, and it's his armor, rather than Force's, that reveals the stolen Iron Man tech.


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** Titanium Man is a composite of both comic versions, having the identity of the first (Boris Bullski) and the armor design of the second (the Gremlin).
30th Nov '15 7:35:09 PM Anicomicgeek
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* AdaptationSpeciesChange: Friepower is revisioned as a mecha, as opposed to the man in a MiniMecha from the comics.

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* AdaptationSpeciesChange: Friepower Firepower is revisioned as a mecha, as opposed to the man in a MiniMecha from the comics.



* StopHelpingMe: While Tony tries to disarm a warhead, H.O.M.E.R provides a countdown.

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* StopHelpingMe: StopHelpingMe:[[invoked]] While Tony tries to disarm a warhead, H.O.M.E.R provides a countdown.
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