- Iron Man is a human from the Generation One continuity family, and the Marvel portion of the Crossovers continuity.
Iron Man, real name Anthony Edward Stark, appears to be the most sensible member of his species. While a normal, squishy human would be content to walk around vulnerable to attack, he has taken the surprisingly logical step of encasing himself in a metal suit carrying advanced weapons like a proper being.
He is not G.B. Blackrock.
IDW comics continuityEdit
Iron Man, not content with being clad in a military-grade armored battlesuit capable of tackling tanks and fighter jets head-on, created an even bigger battlesuit to tackle Cybertronian threats. The new battlesuit proved quite the energy guzzler, and nearly expended all its reserves during the battle prior to being dangerously supercharged by an infusion from the internal reactors of the Autobots.
Working with Mr. Fantastic, using alien technology, Stark built transforming battlesuits for the most marketable of Earth's heroes. Being a control freak, the one he built for himself has an override system allowing him to take control of the rest.
- Iron Man (Marvel, 2008)
- Accessories: Two missiles
- The Marvel Crossovers Iron Man transforms into a fighter jet of madeup-make, bearing more than a passing resemblance to an F-22 Raptor with a stubby nose cone and large/stretched wings, under-slung with non-firing missiles. Each wing is also equipped with a spring-loaded missile launcher, which can be mounted on the undersides of his robot-mode forearms.
- Iron Man is voiced by David Kaye in the cartoon Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes as a guest character and the video game Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects. Voice acting is a small world. Yeesss.
- Tom Kenny, who voiced the Transformers Animated Seekers, including Starscream, voices Iron Man in something similar to Robot Heroes.