‘Iron Man’ Vol. 1 Omnibus Once Again Rockets into Your Local Comic Shop

The original adventures of Tony Stark and his iron-clad “bodyguard” return to a comic shop near you after a fifteen year publishing hiatus.

The second printing of the original Iron Man Omnibus Vol. 1 from 2008 begins in 1963 with all of the Iron Man stories from Tales of Suspense #39-83 and Tales to Astonish #82.

The armored Avenger’s adventures are written by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber, Robert Bernstein, Don Rico, Al Hartley, and Roy Thomas with art by Don Heck, Gene Colan, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Dick Ayers, Paul Reinman, Chic Stone, Mike Esposito, Vince Colletta, Wally Wood, Jack Abel, and Frank Giacoia.

Steeped in Cold War era espionage and battles with all manner of monsters and super-spies, the Iron Man Omnibus presents the original stories that made Tony Stark the man of the hour in the golden armor.

In addition to the origins of Iron Man, the first volume also includes the first appearances of the Mandarin, the Black Widow, Hawkeye, the Crimson Dynamo, and the Titanium Man, just to name a few.

Completists will be happy to hear that the edition also includes all of the original pinups, letter columns, unused covers, critical essays, and other bonuses.

Iron Man Omnibus Vol. 1 consists of 752 pages for a suggested retail price of $100.00.

Fans will also be able to choose between three covers; one by Gerald Parel, one by Adi Granov, and the original by Kirby.  

Check out all three covers below and stay tuned to Conskipper for all of your vintage comic news.

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