A/N2: This is an extremely AU fic starting with 1st year (actually it starts earlier than that, but that will be shown in a chapter or three). This Harry is not the compliant little protoweapon of canon. He has been exposed to the Heroes, Gods, Mutants, Magic users and all the men and women of mystery that the Marvel Universe has to offer. Needless to say Hogwarts and the British Wizarding Society may not know what hit it.

"I'm guessing this is the place." The tall well dressed man scanned the entrances between Platform Nine and Platform Ten of London's Kings Cross Train station. He checked his watch "half an hour early."

"If you're not early, you're late" said the young boy quoting one of the man's own truisms back to him. The man was getting a continuous stream of appraising looks from the women in the station. The man was oblivious to the female attention he attracted, something that amused the boy to no end. A small group of oddly dressed people walked briskly up to the wall dividing Platform nine and Platform ten, pushing trolleys laden with old fashioned luggage, and seemingly walked straight through the wall.

Хладнокровный Люк (1967)
# 172 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Emma Stone »
# 132 on STARmeter

A documentary divided into six-part: For a look at the movie's comic book origins, we hear notes from Brevoort, Quesada, creator Stan Lee, writers Gerry Conway, Joe Casey, Dan Knauf, Charles Knauf and Warren Ellis, writer/artist Bob Layton, and artists Gene Colan, John Romita, Jr., Patrick Zircher and Adi Granov. The piece examines the origins of Iron Man as well as aspects of the character, supporting roles and villains. We also learn about the series' development, various story lines it pursued over the years, and challenges.

A/N2: This is an extremely AU fic starting with 1st year (actually it starts earlier than that, but that will be shown in a chapter or three). This Harry is not the compliant little protoweapon of canon. He has been exposed to the Heroes, Gods, Mutants, Magic users and all the men and women of mystery that the Marvel Universe has to offer. Needless to say Hogwarts and the British Wizarding Society may not know what hit it.

"I'm guessing this is the place." The tall well dressed man scanned the entrances between Platform Nine and Platform Ten of London's Kings Cross Train station. He checked his watch "half an hour early."

"If you're not early, you're late" said the young boy quoting one of the man's own truisms back to him. The man was getting a continuous stream of appraising looks from the women in the station. The man was oblivious to the female attention he attracted, something that amused the boy to no end. A small group of oddly dressed people walked briskly up to the wall dividing Platform nine and Platform ten, pushing trolleys laden with old fashioned luggage, and seemingly walked straight through the wall.

A/N2: This is an extremely AU fic starting with 1st year (actually it starts earlier than that, but that will be shown in a chapter or three). This Harry is not the compliant little protoweapon of canon. He has been exposed to the Heroes, Gods, Mutants, Magic users and all the men and women of mystery that the Marvel Universe has to offer. Needless to say Hogwarts and the British Wizarding Society may not know what hit it.

"I'm guessing this is the place." The tall well dressed man scanned the entrances between Platform Nine and Platform Ten of London's Kings Cross Train station. He checked his watch "half an hour early."

"If you're not early, you're late" said the young boy quoting one of the man's own truisms back to him. The man was getting a continuous stream of appraising looks from the women in the station. The man was oblivious to the female attention he attracted, something that amused the boy to no end. A small group of oddly dressed people walked briskly up to the wall dividing Platform nine and Platform ten, pushing trolleys laden with old fashioned luggage, and seemingly walked straight through the wall.

Хладнокровный Люк (1967)
# 172 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Emma Stone »
# 132 on STARmeter

A documentary divided into six-part: For a look at the movie's comic book origins, we hear notes from Brevoort, Quesada, creator Stan Lee, writers Gerry Conway, Joe Casey, Dan Knauf, Charles Knauf and Warren Ellis, writer/artist Bob Layton, and artists Gene Colan, John Romita, Jr., Patrick Zircher and Adi Granov. The piece examines the origins of Iron Man as well as aspects of the character, supporting roles and villains. We also learn about the series' development, various story lines it pursued over the years, and challenges.

The previous volume of Invincible Iron Man started out as one of the most promising pieces of the the All-New, All-Different Marvel relaunch last year, but the series quickly lost its way after its first story arc. Maybe it didn't need a full-fledged relaunch and status quo change to get back on track, but clearly something needed to be done to move the series out of the rut it's been in for most of 2016. This new series looks as though it'll do the trick.

If you haven't heard by now, the big selling point of the new Invincible Iron Man is that it features teen genius Riri Williams, rather than Tony Stark, in the lead role. The series picks up in the aftermath of Civil War II, with Tony's fate uncertain and Riri eager to prove herself as the new Iron Man. That element of the book is fine, but it plays pretty much like any other "teen superhero on their first solo mission" adventure you've seen. If that's all this issue had to offer, the new series might be on shaky ground starting off.

The previous volume's storytelling woes were largely visual, as the shift from David Marquez's bright, expressive style to Mike Deodato's stiff, gloomy work was a hard pill to swallow. New artist Stefano Caselli brings the series much more in line with the Marquez issues. Caselli is nearly as gifted as Marquez when it comes to depicting vibrant figures with wide emotional range. Whether Riri is shown tinkering in her garage or relishing her time inside her suit, Caselli's facial work is always a delight. That, plus his talent for crafting dynamic action scenes makes him an ideal fit for the book.

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