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SECRET ORIGINS OF IRON MAN
PART FOUR OF SIX


STARK SEES RED

We've seen why Shellhead went gold -- but when and why did IRON MAN decided to coat sections of his gold armor with red?
Unlike the previous change, this time, along with a paint job, Stark completely redesigned his armor. Now, it was no longer a huge, bulky suit made of available spare parts, it was a sleek, lightweight, modern machine. "It's so light," Stark comments as he dons the armor for the first tim, "I'll hardly know I'm wearing it!"
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Shellhead eventually got his own title, but before he did, he co-starred with Namor in the special one-shot IRON MAN and SUB-MARINER #1:
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Original art for the cover of Iron Man #1:
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Final cover of IRON MAN #1, as seen on Shellhead's official stamp:
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IRON MAN CARTOON - 2008!
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IRON MAN CARTOON - 2007!
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IRON MAN CARTOON - 1997!
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IRON MAN CARTOON - 1966!
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IRON MAN takes on TITANIUM MAN in the classic 1966 Marvel comics cartoon. The feature is barely animated, but it uses panels from real Iron Man stories drawn by Gene Colon and Don Heck. Written by Stan (The Man) Lee, it's the hi-tech Cold War smackdown of the century -- "Fight On, For A World Is Watching!"
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