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The Invincible Iron Man: Animated Series is an animated series about Iron Man.

PlotEdit

Tony Stark returns to university after escaping in an Iron Suit in Afghanistan. but after his graduation Tony becomes The Invincible Iron Man after building other suits and fighting crime.

Season 1Edit

TrailerEdit

Tony Stark is rich, everyone has heard of him. But he is captured in Wong Chu's camp while in Afghanistan Tony Stark was not alone in prison. but he was with scientist Ho Yinsen. Tony builds an armor out of spare parts and escapes.

Episode 1Edit

Tony Stark walks in a grey-metal suit in a windy day in Afghanistan. Then he returns to university, the day of his graduation. But after The Class Tony gets bullied. But Tony's metal backpack could transform into a red and gold Iron Man suit. After the battle his suit was damaged but Tony didn't really care. He just returned to his Malibu mansion.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • TBA as university teacher

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK I
  • Iron Man Armor MK III

Episode 2Edit

Tony and Pepper Potts discuss about the graduation. they mention about Tony's friend Rhodey, a character known as War Machine in the comics, Tony arrives in his armory to don the Golden Avenger MK II armor, and his A.I J.A.R.V.I.S tells him a happy graduation. Tony goes out to bring down one of his foes: Ultimo. while flying to battle his robotic foe Tony cuts a wire in Ultimo but doesn't overpower but rerises but Iron Man shoots a rocket causing Ultimo to explode. Tony gets back to his mansion with Rhodey and when he returned Tony constructed a new red and gold armor in his armory based on his MK III backpack armor.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as James "Rhodey" Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK II
  • Iron Man Armor MK IV (cameo)

Episode 3Edit

Russian Scientist Anton "Ivan" Vanko wishes to learn more about Iron Man, and one day finds the remains of Iron Man's Mark 01 armor in Afghanistan, and plans to test it. He is approached by millionaire and Stark's rival Justin Hammer, who hates Stark/Iron Man, convinces Anton that Iron Man is evil and upgrades the Mark 1 armor into something much larger: the Crimson Dynamo, which is more powerful than its original Iron Man form and Iron Man's new armor. Tony attempts to rip out the Dynamo's circuits the same way he did to Ultimo, but this time, the enemy is not taken down and re-rises but instead simply is still standing. Tony tries to use rockets, but no effect. Tony recognizes the circuits are from his Mark I armor, discovering someone has taken his armor. He instead of fighting opens the cockpit and finds Vanko, who tells he got the armor upgraded from Hammer. Tony explains how Hammer has despised him and that's the reason he lied to Anton. Vanko, angry, has his suit repaired by Stark and the duo head to Hammer Multinational, where the Dynamo confronts Hammer and decides not to kill him, as it would be the wrong thing. Iron Man suggests Hammer should be arrested, but Justin instead gives up, claiming this will never happen again. After this, Vanko gives his suit back to Tony, who reverse-engineers it and changes it back into his own armor. Obadiah Stane discovers about the Dynamo incident, and plans to use the Mark 1 armor to build it into something large like the Crymson Dynamo, and to use it to take down Justin Hammer, and be rewarded with a position as Stark Industries CEO.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • TBA as Crimson Dynamo (Anton Vanko)
  • Michael Adamthwaite as Justin Hammer
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Kevin Spacey as Obadiah Stane

ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV
  • Iron Man Armor MK I (cameo)
  • Crimson Dynamo Armor MK I

Episode 4Edit

Stane asks Tony if he could borrow the Mark I armor, but Tony replies with "what are you going to do with it?". Unable to answer his true intentions to become CEO, he secretly hires a hitman known as the Ghost to steal the armor. Ghost uses his invisible abilities to infiltrate Stark's house but accidently turns visible. Tony suits up in his Mark IV armor to fight his new foe, but Ghost's abilities allows him to escape. Reporting this to his friends, Rhodey and Pepper suggest he upgrades his armor's system so he could not get thwarted by Ghost again. Thus Stark locates Ghost as Iron Man, fighting him. Despite the Ghost's escape, Iron Man this time did not get foiled by the villain's old tricks.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Nolan North as Ghost
  • Kevin Spacey as Obadiah Stane

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV
  • Iron Man Armor MK I (cameo)

Episode 5Edit

Rhodey and Pepper attempt to cheer up Tony, but Tony is still frustrated over how Ghost has stolen his armor. Rhodey suggests He uses his current armor to fly to other countries, as he could have given it away anywhere. Tony suits up and flies to China first, where he finds a strange location, believing Ghost can be there. He does not find Ghost, but instead finds a famous Chinese legend known as Mandarin.Unknown to the Mandarin is that Iron Man is Tony Stark, the person whom the Mandarin sent Wong-Chu to capture. Will Tony escape, or will he finally be defeated by who set up his failed doom?

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Ken Watanabe as Mandarin
  • Ghost (mentioned)

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV

Episode 6Edit

Considering how he would go to jail if he tried to eliminate Stark himself, Justin Hammer decides to hire some criminals in jail: Melter, Blizzard, Whiplash, Beetle, Spymaster, Leap-Frog, Water Wizard, Stiletto, Discus, Man-Killer, Porcupine, and Constrictor to break into Stark Industries, and even destroy the Iron Man armors. Meanwhile coincidentally Tony builds a new armor that is able to take on any sort of situation that he could normally not such as fighting the Crimson Dynamo while for normal situations use his Mark IV armor. The security alerts Stark Industries, but it stops too soon because it was destroyed by Whiplash. Pepper first tries to call the police, but once they arrive they are attacked by Whiplash, who goes after an escaping Pepper. Potts contacts Tony so he can handle the situation as Iron Man, but Iron Man is fighting every villain except for Whiplash and Melter, forcing Pepper to instead call Rhodey for help. Rhodey comes to help, but Potts is already held hostage by Whiplash. Rhodey makes a distraction to free Pepper. Unfortunately they eventually get tied up by Whiplash, while Melter threatens them. However, haven taken out the 10 villains he fought, Iron Man arrives in time to save the day. But as he gets in a fight he soon has his Mark IV armor damaged by Whiplash's electrical whips. And before he could continue fighting him, Melter melts half of the suit, and finds out the suit is empty. It turns out that Stark left after the Mark IV was severely damaged by Whiplash in order to don his Silver Centurion armor, which is melt-proof and has the power to take on Whiplash the Mark 04 didn't. But the damage from Whiplash becomes critical, forcing Iron Man to blast his Unibeam right at the villain, heavily damaging him. Melter decides to drain most power of his weapon, but again, the melt-proof Iron Man wins, and has the Melter put back in jail.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Michael Adamthwaite as Justin Hammer
    • TBA as Melter
    • Tom Kenny as Blizzard (Gregor Shapanka)
    • Steve Blum as Whiplash (Marc Scarlotti)
    • TBA as Spymaster
    • TBA as Leap-Frog
    • TBA as Water Wizard
    • TBA as Stiletto
    • TBA as Discus
    • TBA as Man-Killer
    • TBA as Porcupine
    • TBA as Constrictor

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV
  • Iron Man Armor MK V

Episode 7Edit

Stark Industries employee Arthur Parks creates a powerful laser-powered Arc Reactor that he shows to Stark. Tony however, disapproves the idea as the Laser Reactor is too unstable and is dangerous, and unless of something safe, he is fired. Leaving the room, Tony accidently presses the button to activate the Reactor, which electrocutes the employee. Although killed by the energy, he wakes up alive and is found by the Mandarin and his new group. It turns out Arthur did not die but instead had his body return in a photon form. Parks swears revenge on Stark, and tries to catch his attention by robbing a bank. Tony suits up as Iron Man, who tries to help Arthur, who tells him how he "killed" him, but luckily gave him fantastic superpowers. Tony says it was an accident, but Parks thinks it was his form of unemployment, and fights him. After the first fight, Tony has a meeting at Stark Industries regarding Stane's criticism over how weapons are no longer made. But when Parks threatens to fatally electrocute Rhodey, Pepper, and Stark's bodyguard Happy Hogan, Tony is forced to miss some of the meeting and suit up again to fight the enemy, much to Stane's dismay. To be continued...

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • TBA as Happy Hogan
  • Charlie Adler as Arthur Parks
  • Kevin Spacey as Obadiah Stane
  • Mandarin's army
    • Ken Watanabe as Mandarin
    • Blizzard (Gregor Shapnka)
    • Chemistro (Curtis Carr)
    • Crimson Dynamo (Galina Nemirovsky)
    • Firebrand (Amanda)
    • Firepower
    • Melter
    • Mauler
    • Vibro
    • Whirlwind

ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV
  • Crimson Dynamo Armor MK II

Episode 8Edit

Iron Man flies to a building where Arthur Parks holds Rhodey, Pepper, and Happy hostage, threatening to electrocute them. Tony says again it was an accident, and said he wouldn't be fired unless he didn't think of something more safe than the Laser Reactor. Parks claims he will kill Stark's three friends unless he surrenders. Stark fakes to surrender, and fights him attempting to grab him. Successful, Iron Man uses his Unibeam to fire at Arthur, blowing him up. Tony frees his friends and when he returns to the Board meeting, it is now ending, and so Stark says one thing: the company now goes by the name Stark International. Meanwhile, Parks forms his body again, arriving at the base of his new team. Parks decides to catch Iron Man next time, and gives himself a new name: The Living Laser.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • TBA as Happy Hogan
  • Mandarin's army
    • Charlie Adler as Living Laser (Arthur Parks)
    • Ken Watanabe as Mandarin (cameo)
    • Blizzard (Gregor Shapnka) (cameo)
    • Chemistro (Curtis Carr) (cameo)
    • Crimson Dynamo (Galina Nemirovsky) (cameo)
    • Firebrand (Amanda) (cameo)
    • Firepower (cameo)
    • Melter (cameo)
    • Mauler (cameo)
    • Vibro (cameo)
    • Whirlwind (cameo)
  • Kevin Spacey as Obadiah Stane

ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV
  • Crimson Dynamo Armor MK II (cameo)

Episode 9Edit

Finally getting the chance to find the Ghost, Tony suits up in his new Stealth Armor, but Stane first has a talk, and suggests he hands over the company to him because Tony all the time has to catch criminals as Iron Man. However, Tony states that it has only been a week after Stark International began, and it has also been successful. As well, even Stane wanted the Mark I suit, which is another good reason to get back the suit. Stane has a talk with Ghost over how Iron Man is going after him again, but Ghost thinks his base will never be found. Iron Man has his boot jets run low, crashing landing into Ghost's base. Unnoticed, Tony activates the Stealth Armor's invisible mode, but the rest of the suit runs low, and it proves useless. He is forced to go without his armor whilst contacting Happy, who has to get the suit's armor. However, when Tony is caught by Ghost, it is up to Happy to deliver the charger in time.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • TBA as Happy Hogan
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • TBA as Ghost
  • Kevin Spacey as Obadiah Stane

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK VI

Episode 10Edit

After Living Laser reveals Iron Man is in America, he and his teammates arrive there, specifically at Hammer Multinational. There, Justin Hammer offers to supply them with anything. Meanwhile, it has been a few weeks after Stark International opened, and it has been a success, and in fact had more success than the much older Hammer Multinational. Meanwhile, Tony finally has his Silver Centurion armor repaired after Whiplash greatly damaged it. When Mandarin's army begins attacking, Tony dons his Silver armor to fight them. The abilities used by the Mark V that took on Whiplash's electric whips were also able to take on the Living Laser's superpowers. Galina fights Iron Man as the Crimson Dynamo, but the Mark 5 was made to easily take on her armor. Defeating Chemistro, he defeats almost everyone else except for Mandarin and Melter. Melter uses a new weapon: One that with one shot can easily disassemble the Iron Man armor. Mandarin now discovers Iron Man is Tony Stark, and tells him how he hired Wong-Chu and his terrorists to capture Stark. Tony runs off and orders Rhodey to bring him the Mark IV. As the Melter is about to melt Iron Man's armor, the hero blocks the melting ray with his repulsor rays. Mandarin assists Melter by using his rings to shoot at Iron Man. The three shooting at the same time causes a massive explosion which blows up a lot of the area. Tony wakes up but Mandarin and Melter have escaped, the Silver Centurion is destroyed and his armor is damaged. He returns to his mansion and relaxes.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Mandarin's army
    • Ken Watanabe as Mandarin
    • Tom Kenny as Blizzard (Gregor Shapanka)
    • TBA as Chemistro
    • Gina Torres as Crimson Dynamo (Galina Nemirovsky)
    • TBA as Firebrand (Amanda)
    • TBA as Firepower
    • Charlie Adler as Living Laser (Arthur Parks)
    • TBA as Melter
    • Nolan North as Mauler (Brendan Doyle)
    • Michael Adamthwaite as Justin Hammer
    • TBA as Vibro
    • TBA as Whirlwind

ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV
  • Iron Man Armor MK V
  • Crimson Dynamo Armor MK II

Episode 11Edit

Tony arrives to Stark International, where Stane confronts him, explaining that despite the company's success, due to how International does not sell weapons like Stark Industries used to, they are less successful than A.I.M. As well, he explains that A.I.M. has even been stealing their own weapons, forcing Tony to ask Stane where A.I.M. is located in order to arrive there as Iron Man. He finds an A.I.M. base in the Arctic, where A.I.M. troopers finish building a Stark weapon replicator, which they use to replicate Iron Man's armor and Iron Man, before destroying the base and weapons, must fight the Iron Man army first.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Kevin Spacey as Obadiah Stane
  • Nolan North as A.I.M. soldiers

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV

Episode 12Edit

While Iron Man fights Chemistro, Luke Cage arrives to fight the villain, who is his enemy. Chemistro attempts to turn Cage into a "metal cage" with his alchemy gun and try to destroy Iron Man's armor, and the wearer inside. They stop it from happening, but Chemistro escapes. Iron Man and Luke Cage team up to find the villain, who creates an alchemy bomb that will destroy every human except for the rest of Mandarin's army. Iron Man lets Cage best the villain while he tries to defuse the bomb. The bomb is defused, Luke Cage thanks Iron Man, and leaves.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as Luke Cage and James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Mandarin's army
    • Ken Watanabe as Mandarin (cameo)
    • TBA as Chemistro (Curtis Carr)
    • Blizzard (Gregor Shapnka) (cameo)
    • Chemistro (Curtis Carr) (cameo)
    • Crimson Dynamo (Galina Nemirovsky) (cameo)
    • Firebrand (Amanda) (cameo)
    • Firepower (cameo)
    • Melter (cameo)
    • Mauler (cameo)
    • Michael Adamthwaite as Justin Hammer (cameo)
    • Vibro (cameo)
    • Whirlwind (cameo)

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV

Episode 13Edit

Justin Hammer repairs Whiplash's cyborg body and sends him to 'whip' Iron Man, giving him a better chance since the Silver Centurion armor was destroyed. It turns out that before he became Whiplash, Marc Scarlotti was a Maggia member, but was thought dead when Iron Man accidently caused an explosion which disfigured most of his body, but survived when Justin Hammer gave him a robotic body that saved his life. Whiplash wants to re-join the Maggia, but Hammer would be arrested if one of his employees worked for the gang, but Mandarin reminds him of how he joined his army without being noticed, which also had supervillains in it. Whiplash visits the Maggia, who at first don't recognize him, but Whiplash explains how he survived the explosion, and vows revenge on Iron Man. They head to Stark International, where Iron Man fights Whiplash while telling Pepper and Rhodey to get the police, who are to apprehend the Maggia. But Pepper is left alone when Rhodey tries to help Tony, who has his suit getting damaged by Whiplash. Whiplash is mad because Tony/Iron Man, his former employer, almost killed him during one of his criminal sprees, but Tony tells it was an accident. Although the police arrests most of the Maggia members, they become outnumbered by Count Nefaria, Unicorn, and Madame Masque (Whitney Frost). Nefaria and Unicorn capture Pepper and the two, along with Whiplash, outnumber Iron Man. However, Nefaria and Unicorn are non-fatally shot by Masque, who saves Tony, her former lover until she had her face disfigured by Iron Man's accidental explosion during his fight with the Maggia. Tony explains everything, and she "forgives" him (not fully), but only helps him because the Maggia don't treat her well. Iron Man and Madame Masque break into the Maggia vehicle and save Pepper. Madame greets Tony an odd goodbye and leaves.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Maggia
    • TBA as Count Nefaria
    • Kristie Marsden as Madame Masque (Whitney Frost)
    • TBA as Unicorn
    • Steve Blum as Whiplash (Marc Scarlotti)
  • Mandarin's army (cameo)
    • Mandarin
    • Blizzard (Gregor Shapnka) (cameo)
    • Chemistro (Curtis Carr) (cameo)
    • Crimson Dynamo (Galina Nemirovsky) (cameo)
    • Firebrand (Amanda) (cameo)
    • Firepower (cameo)
    • Melter (cameo)
    • Mauler (cameo)
    • Michael Adamthwaite as Justin Hammer (cameo)
    • Vibro (cameo)
    • Whirlwind (cameo)

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV

Episode 14Edit

Tony decides to build a new armor that can take on the Crimson Dynamo: the Take-Down armor after he failed to fight the Dynamo. Donning it, he uses it and tries to locate Mandarin's base. At Hammer Multinational, Mandarin's army discovers Iron Man's attempt at locating, so Mandarin deploys Crimson Dynamo to fight him. In the Take-Down, Iron Man is able to use almost any of the Dynamo's moves, and he soon outnumbers her. She decides will surrender unless he tries to find the headquarters, and Tony does so. Tony is satisfied, and Rhodey tells him how he just needs to one day find Mandarin's headquarters, and get the Ghost, and Pepper agrees.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Mandarin's army
    • Ken Watanabe as Mandarin
    • Tom Kenny as Blizzard (Gregor Shapanka)
    • TBA as Chemistro
    • Gina Torres as Crimson Dynamo (Galina Nemirovsky)
    • TBA as Firebrand (Amanda)
    • TBA as Firepower
    • Charlie Adler as Living Laser (Arthur Parks)
    • TBA as Melter
    • Nolan North as Mauler (Brendan Doyle)
    • Michael Adamthwaite as Justin Hammer
    • TBA as Vibro
    • TBA as Whirlwind

ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV
  • Iron Man Armor MK VII
  • Crimson Dynamo Armor MK II

Episode 15Edit

When the Maggia rob a bank, they are stopped by Spider-Man, who meets at the same time Iron Man. Tony praises Spider-Man since he stopped Maggia members. But then, a giant spaceship crashes into Earth, and the two superheroes arrive to see what happened. Iron Man and Spider-Man find the Guardians of the Galaxy, who have fought an alien symbiote known as Venom. Spider-Man takes Venom planning to use it as a project for his school's science fair the next day. Iron Man decides to meanwhile help the Guardians, and aids them while Peter Quill/Star Lord (a human) introduces his alien teammates to some other Earth things. At Peter Parker's house during the night, Peter sleeps while Venom secretly attaches to his body, giving him a black Spider-Man costume. He tries to hide this for the science fair, but the Symbiote takes over most of his mind. When Tony visits Peter (who once visited Stark Industries on a field trip and there got bitten the power-giving spider), Aunt May claims he has been missing, but appears in school, and begins to act strange. Attempting to figure things out, Tony tries to follow Peter secretly in his Stealth Armor, and discovers Peter is Spider-Man, but Spidey senses the cloaked Stark with his spider-sense, attacking him. The Guardians arrive, and explain that Spider-Man's black suit is Venom, and attack him. Tony brings Peter to his mansion's laboratory, where the Guardians explain that the way to get rid of Venom is to ring loud noises, which can be done by church bells. They bring him to the church where Stark rings the bells, Venom goes crazy, and leaves. Peter awakens back at Stark's lab, where his secret identity is revealed to Tony, Pepper, Rhodey, and the Guardians. While the superheroes try to find Venom, they find former Daily Bugle photographer Eddie Brock, taken over by Venom, who swears revenge on Peter/Spider-Man. Iron Man fights Venom/Eddie, but Eddie and Venom Eddie/Venom proves himself too powerful. The Guardians (now with Iron Man and Spider-Man as members) must save the world from Venom. Iron Man plans to launch Venom back to space with his new Space Armor.

CastEdit

  • Guardians of the Galaxy
    • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
    • Josh Keaton as Spider-Man (Peter Parker)
    • Chris Cox as Star-Lord (Peter Quill)
    • TBA as Drax the Destroyer
    • TBA as Gamora
    • Vin Diesel as Groot
    • Grant George as Ant-Man (Scott Lang)
    • TBA as Rocket Raccoon
  • Vin Diesel as Venom (Eddie Brock)
  • TBA as Aunt May
  • Maggia

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV
  • Iron Man Armor MK VI
  • Iron Man Armor MK VIII

Episode 16Edit

At the Maggia headquarters, Whitney Frost is still vowing revenge on Tony Stark, while Whiplash comes in and explains a good reason why they should team up against Stark: Both have played a normal part in Stark's life, as Whitney was his lover and Whiplash was his former employee, but turned against him after an accidental explosion caused by him, and the only difference is Whitney was innocent while Whiplash was commiting part of the crime with his Maggia teammates, and they were disfigured so they needed to use something: Whitney used her mask to hide her face, while Whiplash needed to reconstruct 98% of his human body with metal parts, and kept his fine human parts, and prefers a lot to have a body purely of flesh and blood rather than being a cyborg. Teaming up, they head to the Stark Tower where Tony is. Alerting him, Tony dons his armor to fight the two. Whiplash ties him up, while Whitney decides to have him. Tony launches a missile at Whiplash, it explodes but does not kill him but damages his cyborg parts. Iron Man bests Madame Masque but Whiplash gets him busted. Tony distracts Whiplash by launching a missile directed at a Maggia vehicle, but it accidently instead aims at the Hammer Multinational building. Whiplash leaves Stark and Frost to save Hammer. While Iron Man tries to save Hammer as well, Madame Masque fights him, forcing him to fight her instead. Tony claims he doesn't want to hurt her in case anything else happens to her face, but she says he already ruined her face enough. Tony explains that losing beauty is an illogical reason for revenge, and after saving Hammer Multinational, Whiplash plans to throw the missile into New York. Iron Man shoots Masque and flies to Whiplash and lifts the missile into the air, but Whiplash's whips make him stay in touch with Iron Man. Planning to throw the missile into the ocean, Whiplash fights with him and throws him off the rocket, but this gives Stark an advantage, allowing him to shoot his armor's smaller missile at the huge missile with Whiplash on it, and it explodes. Tony calls the police so they can arrest Masque, and his today patrol is over.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Maggia
    • TBA as Madame Masque (Whitney Frost)
    • Steve Blum as Whiplash (Marc Scarlotti)
    • Maggia gangsters

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV

Episode 17Edit

Mandarin decides to finally destroy Tony Stark, and while he patrols as Iron Man in he sky, he gets in a fight with Iron Man. Tony Stark must try to avoid the Makluan Rings, or he won't win.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Ken Watanabe as Mandarin

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV

Episode 18Edit

At Stark Tower, the Mandarin arrives to finally kill Tony Stark. His bodyguard Happy Hogan vows to protect him by donning the Iron Man armor while Tony can just head to Stark International, with a one-piece glass that allows him to see through the armor's HUD and an earpiece that allows him to contact Happy. Happy arrives to where he finds Mandarin, who gets in a fight with him. Mandarin finds "Iron Man" weaker than before, since Happy has never been in the armor, but soon he begins to get the hang of it and gets to fight the Mandarin properly. However, the work at Stark International done by Tony is not done too well, as he has explain to Happy how the armor works but it doesn't go too bad. Stane says Tony is one step closer to becoming a better CEO and is happier because Tony is instead concentrating more on his business, and that Stark International has become the most successful company. Back at Stark Tower, Happy is still getting the upper hand over Mandarin and shoots him more. The Mandarin, however, refuses to give up until Happy is nothing but a defeated wreck. Happy begins apologizing to Tony due to damage of some of the Stark Tower, but the good news is it doesn't have too much damage. At Hammer Multinational, Hammer goes mad over how Stark International has surpassed his company. At Stark International, Tony is at a meeting with the Board, who praise the company for its success. Stane is happy, but still wants Stark International in his hands. Rhodey as well visits, and Pepper asks why Tony is patrolling as Iron Man, Tony tells how Happy has risked his life to don the armor to fight the Mandarin, who has arrived to Stark Tower to eliminate him. Rhodey greets him, which is rare for him to do. Back at Stark Tower, Mandarin becomes outnumbered, but figures out the way to win: use his rings to destroy the roof which will fall and collapse on Happy. As Mandarin points his rings at the roof, Happy ejects out of the armor while Tony remotely sets the armor to self-destruct. As the roof falls, the armor explodes, but to avoid it, after it happens, an injured Mandarin teleports back to his headquarters. Happy arrives and tells about the situation, and Tony now tells everyone how he will fake his near-fatal illness to keep his Iron Man identity from the Mandarin.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Crispin Freeman as Happy Hogan
  • Kevin Spacey as Obadiah Stane
  • Mandarin's army
    • Ken Watanabe as Mandarin
    • Michael Adamthwaite as Justin Hammer

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IV

Episode 19Edit

Faking to be dying, Tony Stark secretly suits up as Iron Man in his new armor, to trick people into believing someone else is Iron Man. Taking the skies, Mandarin's army hide Justin Hammer, pretending to break into Hammer Multinational. Soon they "threaten" Justin Hammer, and Iron Man saves him by leaving him outside the building safely on the ground. Flying back to face his enemies, Whiplash as well attacks, but his whips do not pierce through Iron Man's Mark IX armor. Tony uses his repulsors and the armor's guns at the same time to shoot the villains, but most of the place's insides get destroyed. Iron Man has Whiplash run off but contact the Maggia, who shoot Iron Man from the back to distract while the villains on of him can be beating him up. Stark first flies out the window to take out the Maggia troopers and Count Nefaria, then coming back to fight them. Stark wins and returns home.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Mandarin's army
    • Ken Watanabe as Mandarin
    • Tom Kenny as Blizzard (Gregor Shapanka)
    • TBA as Chemistro
    • Gina Torres as Crimson Dynamo (Galina Nemirovsky)
    • TBA as Firebrand (Amanda)
    • TBA as Firepower
    • Charlie Adler as Living Laser (Arthur Parks)
    • TBA as Melter
    • Nolan North as Mauler (Brendan Doyle)
    • Michael Adamthwaite as Justin Hammer
    • TBA as Vibro
    • TBA as Whirlwind
  • Maggia
    • TBA as Count Nefaria
    • Steve Blum as Whiplash (Marc Scarlotti)
    • Maggia gansters

ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IX
  • Crimson Dynamo Armor MK II

Episode 20Edit

In jail, Whitney Frost convinces a policeman to try out her mask, and he, not knowing what he is, disguises as Whitney while walking around the prison and is ambushed by the other cops, believing him to be the real Whitney. The real Whitney, meanwhile, tries out a spare mask that allows her to masquerade as the policeman and claims "his" shift is over and leaves the prison, and tries to get revenge on Tony Stark. Contacting the Maggia, they come to get her back. When asking about any encounters with Iron Man, they tell her how Tony has a case of dying while someone is posing as Iron Man, leaving Whitney confused over whether or not she should keep hunting Iron Man. But her teammates claim it is worth it since the "new" Iron Man is more rough than the "old" one. The next day, Whitney masquerades as Pepper. When Tony is told Pepper is coming, it turns out she is at her job which would make it impossible. Discovering that Whitney has come back, he runs to his couch where he pretends to be severely ill while J.A.R.V.I.S. remotely controls the Iron Man armor. When Tony fakes to plead for help, Whitney reveals herself and plans to shoot Stark, but the roof blows up and she gets shot by mini-gun bullets, and it turns out to be the Iron Man armor. Madame Masque fights the armor, which gets the upper hand. Masque begs "Iron Man" not to be harmed, the armor does not. The police come to Stark Tower to once again take Whitney back to jail. The police thank "Iron Man" and tell Tony to get well.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Maggia
    • TBA as Madame Masque (Whitney Frost)
    • TBA as Maggia gangster
  • Tom Kenny and Charlie Adler as policemen

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IX

Episode 21Edit

With Tony Stark "dying", the Living Laser gets the ability to rob Stark International, but is stopped by the new Iron Man (secretly Tony), who has already beaten Laser in his new armor. Parks lures Iron Man into Stark International, and runs to the electric station, where he uses the power of former Stark Industries property, the large Arc Reactor built by Tony's father Howard. This makes Living Laser more powerful, and Stark tries to help his former employee by telling if Parks uses too much energy, he will overload and blow up. Parks, however, still feeds on a lot more energy and an explosion would just make his body form again, and soon his body nearly becomes unstable and is saved from becoming a huge explosion by being kicked away from the energy by Iron Man, who tries to help him again. But the Living Laser instead just unleashes all his new power on Iron Man, who saves Stark International by making Parks teleport/disappear. Stane arrives and claims he is not sure about Tony "being Iron Man for work".

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Kevin Spacey as Obadiah Stane
  • Charlie Adler as Living Laser (Arthur Parks)

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IX

Episode 22Edit

Whitney Frost is taken out of jail by Obadiah Stane, who hires her to kidnap Pepper Potts to capture Iron Man. Masquerading as Rhodey, Whitney has Pepper. Worrying, Tony is to be helped with case of illness by Bethany Cabe, who has a hard time because he remembers how her husband has died. Stark reveals he is not actually dying, and explains the events of Iron Man fighting the Mandarin at Stark Tower, and after setting the suit to self-destruct, he tries to trick the Mandarin into thinking he is dying, and due to being well, he is in fact "the new" Iron Man. He suits up as Iron Man to rescue Pepper. Cabe assists him and they find love in each other. Realizing it was Whitney, Tony and Bethany head to the Maggia fortress, where Cabe will try to help with distractions while Tony finds Pepper. Whitney discovers how Tony has defeated all guards, and hides Potts somewhere else and disguises as her. Iron Man finds "Pepper" and takes her home. At Stark Tower, Whitney (as Pepper) witnesses Iron Man remove his suit and finds out the hero is Tony Stark. Frost reveals herself and holds Tony gunpoint, saying if he keeps looking for Pepper, she will reveal to the world he is Iron Man and will shoot him. Stark is forced to do so under Whitney's command, and Frost leaves.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Kate Mara as Bethany Cabe
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • Maggia
    • TBA as Madame Masque (Whitney Frost)

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IX

Episode 23Edit

An Agency known as S.H.I.E.L.D., directed by Nick Fury, plans to take over Stark International as there is no CEO while Tony Stark is dying. Iron Man arrives to the Helicarrrier where he tells he is Stark International CEO, and tell they must rather save Pepper Potts who is captured by Madame Masque, who is making Fury sick. Iron Man, Bethany Cabe and S.H.I.E.L.D. head to the Maggia fortress where Count Nefaria is alerted, and employs airborne forces to attack S.H.I.E.L.D.. Iron Man tells Cabe to stay protected and flies out to help take out the forces. Iron Man flies behind the fortress to hide himself while S.H.I.E.L.D. takes out the Maggia forces at the fortress. After a few failures by S.H.I.E.L.D., Nick Fury succeeds and helps out, but is taken down by Count Nefaria. As Frost tortures Pepper, she is shot by a missile from Iron Man, who holds her and is about to call Fury to get her arrested. He finds a room full of weapons and finds Pepper hostage. They turn out to be Stark Industries, which was used by Whitney as payback. As Whitney runs off to report Stark is Iron Man, Stark shoots her in the back with a repulsor, and she is taken to S.H.I.E.L.D. custody. Tony arrives home with Pepper and is thanked by Fury.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Kate Mara as Bethany Cabe
  • S.H.I.E.L.D.
    • Kevin Michael Richardson as Nick Fury
    • TBA as Maria Hill
    • TBA as Black Widow (Natasha Romanoff)
  • Maggia
    • TBA as Count Nefaria
    • TBA as Madame Masque (Whitney Frost)
    • Air Forces

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IX

Episode 24Edit

Coming to Stark International, Tony is confronted by Obadiah who explains that due to his absence, Hammer Multinational has beat their company. Stark tells it was a terrible situation that will no longer happen again. Bethany soon discovered her husband is still alive but held prisoner in East Germany, and acts strange towards Stark. Cabe travelled to Germany to save him, and is captured and held prisoner at a high-tech installation. Iron Man saved her and when they returned to the United States, Cabe told she was returning to find her husband, and thus her relationship with Stark ended. However, later Tony and Pepper find love in each other.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Kate Mara as Bethany Cabe
  • Kevin Spacey as Obadiah Stane
  • TBA as Mr. Cabe

Episode 25Edit

The Mandarin, at his Hammer Multination headquarters with his army, plans to finally discover who the new Iron Man is. Hammer sends the Maggia to rob a bank and as well Whiplash tries to distract Iron Man by cutting a crane. Iron Man arrives and flips the Maggia vehicle with the crane part after they rob the bank, leaving every member arrested except for Whiplash, who gets in a fight with Tony. Upgraded to share Iron Man's new abilities and use them to defeat him, Whiplash uses them and Iron Man gets in big trouble. After getting finally knocked out, Whiplash comes over to him. As Whiplash tries to use his whips to remove Iron Man's faceplate, the hero grabs the whips and drags them back to Whiplash. Whiplash however escapes by flying. Disappointed, Hammer decides to rather send in Mandarin's army. As Iron Man tries to return to Stark Tower, he is knocked out by the Living Laser, who removes the chestplate from Iron Man's armor to electrocute his heart, Living Laser is unintentionally distracted by Melter, and Iron Man defeats them both. The Crimson Dynamo, with her armor upgraded by Justin Hammer, attacks him but he outsmarts her, allowing him to shut down the armor, making her fall onto the ground, and rams her into Vibro and Whirlwind. Firepower and Firebrand attack Stark, but Stark fires the special missile to wreck Firepower's suit, and next defeats Firebrand. Chemistro aims at him but results him in rather destroying one of Blizzard's weapons, and Blizzard accidently freezes Chemistro and Mauler. Leaving Blizzard to fight alone against Iron Man, Tony activates ice-proof mode and warms himself up in his Iron Man suit. And so, the Mandarin comes in. Though Iron Man begins to win the fight, Mandarin knocks him down and takes him along to his base at Hammer Multinational. Meanwhile at Stark International, Stane contacts Ghost so the villain would come to Hammer Multinational, take out Iron Man and attack Justin Hammer. To be continued...

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as Jim Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Mandarin's army
    • Ken Watanabe as Mandarin
    • Tom Kenny as Blizzard (Gregor Shapanka)
    • TBA as Chemistro
    • Gina Torres as Crimson Dynamo (Galina Nemirovsky)
    • TBA as Firebrand (Amanda)
    • TBA as Firepower
    • Charlie Adler as Living Laser (Arthur Parks)
    • TBA as Melter
    • Nolan North as Mauler (Brendan Doyle)
    • Michael Adamthwaite as Justin Hammer
    • TBA as Vibro
    • TBA as Whirlwind
  • Maggia
    • Maggia gansters
    • Steve Blum as Whiplash (Marc Scarlotti)
  • Kevin Spacey as Obadiah Stane (cameo)
  • Nolan North as Ghost (cameo)

ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IX
  • Crimson Dynamo Armor MK II

Episode 26Edit

Being brought to Hammer Multination by the Mandarin (with the Ghost revealed to be secretly following), Tony Stark wakes up and contacts Rhodey, who is wondering where he is. Shocked, Rhodey drives in his car to get to Hammer Multinational. There, Hammer secretly orders Whiplash to finally remove Iron Man's mask. However, Tony wakes up fully and beats up the Mandarin and Whiplash and must "rescue" the "captured" Justin Hammer and drops him back. The Crimson Dynamo grabs Hammer's weapons to make it look like Mandarin's army attack the place to steal the weapons. Iron Man however destroys the weapons and during the fight, the Ghost arrives and is shot in the back by Ghost and ejects the suit, and lays on the ground due to his back injury. Everyone is shocked to discover the new Iron Man has always been Iron Man. Rhodey arrives and finds Tony, and brings him to the building's elevator and dons the Iron Man armor himself, but has a hard time due to it being the first time he has ever wore the armor. Rhodes also contacts the paramedics, who bring Tony to the hospital. Rhodes saves Hammer and leaves, planning to figure out a way how to control the suit.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Bumper Robinson as Jim Rhodes
  • Mandarin's army
    • Ken Watanabe as Mandarin
    • Tom Kenny as Blizzard (Gregor Shapanka)
    • TBA as Chemistro
    • Gina Torres as Crimson Dynamo (Galina Nemirovsky)
    • TBA as Firebrand (Amanda)
    • TBA as Firepower
    • Charlie Adler as Living Laser (Arthur Parks)
    • TBA as Melter
    • Nolan North as Mauler (Brendan Doyle)
    • Michael Adamthwaite as Justin Hammer
    • TBA as Vibro
    • TBA as Whirlwind
  • Steve Blum as Whiplash (Marc Scarlotti)

ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK IX
  • Crimson Dynamo Armor MK II

Season 2Edit

Nickelodeon PromoEdit

(Shows Iron Man Armor)

[Brand new Adventure]

Tony sits in a hospital

Tony: Obadiah Stane has take over Stark International!

[New Villains and Team]

Count Nefaria: Madame Masque, now you're the leader of the Maggia!

(Madame Masque is seen with a gun, next shows her in a fight with Iron Man)

(Iron Man's legs fully assemble)

[Brand new suit]

Iron Man: I must do this, Abe!

(Iron Man flies out of a wall)

Narrator: New Iron Man (shows Tony/Iron Man landing in his house)

Iron Man is seen next to Rhodey, who is wearing another Iron Man suit.

(Show's Iron Man's chest suit up, flashes to Iron Man shooting a repulsor in the sky, next flashes to Rhodes wearing an armor).

Rhodey: Good thing you're alive, Tony.

(Rhodey shoots an army of bad guys)

Iron Man turns around and next is seen flying

Doctor Doom watches Iron Man, Ant-Man, and Hulk go against Galactus

Doctor Doom: Galactus is winning!

Galactus knocks down Iron Man

(Next scene):

Iron Monger (to Iron Man and Mr. Fantastic): No matter (switches scene to Iron Man) what, I'm dying a hero.

Iron Man escapes Madame Masque

Iron Man (To Iron Monger): Good thing you're fine, Stane.

Narrator: The Invincible Iron Man: Animated Series- new season starts March 5 on 8:30 (shows title, release, and time on Iron Man background) only on Nickelodeon (shows Nickelodeon logo)

Slow Mo Action PromoEdit

(Shows Mandarin scene from final episode of Season 1)

Tony is seen suiting up from Season 1 in his Mark IX armor.

(Shows Nickelodeon logo)

Iron Man fights the Mandarin (ends with Mandarin blasting Iron Man as dramatic music plays)

Iron Man fights in the sky with a villain, who throws at him explosives, which blow away Iron Man as Justin Hammer's evil laugh is heard

Iron Man lands

Iron Man battles Doctor Doom

Rhodes, in the Iron Man armor, fights Mandarin and his army and shoots them with repulsors

Hulk throws Iron Man onto the ground

Pepper: Tony!

Iron Man is shot in the back

"We're not going to make it are we?"

Rhodey: There's no time! (in Iron Man Armor, drops Tony in the explosion)

Iron Man falls in the sky but takes control

(Shows The Invincible Iron Man: Animated Series logo)

Iron Man flies in the sky

(Shows Nickelodeon logo)

Disney XD Promo (1)Edit

Narrator: New on Disney XD...

(flashes to a city)

Tony: (Shows Iron Man armor) I would like to introduce you to...

(Pepper and Rhodey watch)

Tony:...The Iron Man Mark X, my latest suit

Narrator: It uses brand new tech!

Iron Man: Let's try this out.

(Shows three screens showing Iron Man)

Iron Man: I am Iron Man.

Iron Man: Oh yeah!

Narrator: It is amazing! (Iron Man flies out and next fights Madame Masque and Mandarin)

Iron Man shoots an unaffected Living Laser

Madame Masque: I will destroy Iron Man!

Narrator: Check out new shows and episodes (Iron Man is knocked out, changes to Iron Man flying off in a night) and do not forget to watch The Invincible Iron Man: Animated Series as new season begins.

Disney XD Promo (2)Edit

Narrator: Now on Disney XD:

(Shows Iron Man armor)

Tony (to Pepper and Rhodey): The Iron Man Mark X, my latest suit

Iron Man suits up

Iron Man: Let's try this out.

Iron Man: I am Iron Man (x2)

(Iron Man flies out)

Narrator: Cool... (Iron Man fights Madame Masque and Mandarin)

Iron Man shoots an unaffected Living Laser

Iron Man is hit by a missile

(Iron Man is knocked out) Narrator:

Iron Man flies in the night

Narrator: Now watch Iron Man on Disney XD

Episode 1Edit

Tony Stark, who is severely injured and ill, is taken care of by his old friend Abe Zimmer, and suits up in his new Mark X armor to confront Obadiah Stane, who has taken over Stark International, which is now Stane International. As well, Tony fights an escaped Madame Masque, who is now leader of the Maggia.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Crispin Freeman as Happy Hogan
  • Fred Tatasciore as Abe Zimmer
  • TBA as Hulk
  • Kevin Spacey as Obadiah Stane
  • Maggia
    • TBA as Madame Masque

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK X
  • Iron Man Armor MK IX

Episode 2Edit

Forced to wear his Mark X armor in order to keep himself healthy, Tony Stark is now faced up against the gamma-powered monster the Hulk, who has Obadiah Stane. Tony- dubbed Iron Man by the Hulk- demands Hulk would bring Stane back. After a fight, Tony suits in his Hulkbuster armor. In a sub-plot, Tony founds his new company, Stark Enterprises, while planning to get International back from Stane.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Kevin Spacey as Obadiah Stane
  • Fred Tatasciore as Hulk

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK X
  • Iron Man Armor MK VII

Episode 3Edit

After his fight with the Hulk, Tony is more injured and ill, and has Pepper Potts recharge his armor. However this is just a recharge as Tony has to go to his new company Stark Enterprises he founded with Abe Zimmer to repair his damaged Mark X armor. Tony and Pepper get there and the Fantastic Four has a fight with Iron Man until the fight is broken up by Pepper, who claims to the FF this new Iron Man is Tony's bodyguard. Iron Man returns as Tony, which relieves the FF and closing their investigation about what happened to Tony following the Gamma Bomb incident. In a b-story, Madame Masque allies herself with Mandarin's army and Whirlwind is sent while Living Laser is bent on revenge on Iron Man.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Bumper Robinson as James Rhodes
  • TBA as Jasper Sitwell
  • Maggia
    • TBA as Madame Masque
  • Mandarin's army
    • TBA as Whirlwind
    • Charlie Adler as Living Laser
  • Fantastic Four
    • Thing
    • Mister Fantastic
    • Invisible Woman
    • Human Torch
  • TBA as Amy Parks

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK X

Episode 4Edit

General Ross recovers from a heart attack and is angered that the rampaging Hulk is making the military look like fools. Colonel Jim Rhodes later arrives and claims everything will be alright and tries to calm down his general.

Deep below Manhattan, Iron Man lays into the bedrock down there until he is interrupted by Pepper Potts, who informs him Jasper Sitwell is waiting for him at his pool. Through a secret entrance, Tony heads to his penthouse and removes his armor to meet Sitwell. Sitwell doesn't take well to Tony's new behavior and cautions him that whoever is wearing the Mark X armor as his bodyguard Iron Man better be careful or else the same accident might befall him as well.

Later, Arthur Parks attacks Iron Man, and claims that this "new" Iron Man is worse than Stark, saying that this one is probably as bad since he works for Stark, and as Iron Man and Living Laser fight, they shoot laser beams and Parks discovers during the fight Stark tried to help him, and stops. As Living Laser begins to dissolve, he uses his powers to form his body again and surrenders. Apologizing, he tells Stark that he regrets creating the Laser Reactor and says he has a better and safer idea, and begs to join Stark Enterprises. Parks is hired back and has his powers extracted by Stark, making him a normal human being without superpowers.

Pepper returns to her apartment only find Mandarin's agent Whirlwind waiting for her.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Bumper Robinson as Jim Rhodes
  • Fred Tatasciore as Bruce Banner
  • Mandarin's army
    • Charlie Adler as Living Laser
    • TBA as Whirlwind
  • TBA as Thunderbolt Ross

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK X

Episode 5Edit

Tony Stark has just been struck in the face by one of Whirlwind's blades, and he surprises the villain by knowing all about him, as he took the time to research his enemy before confronting him. As he distracts Whirlwind with his knowledge he thinks back to how he managed to get into this situation...

Earlier in the day Tony had taken out his yacht to search the location where Iron Man's battle with the Hulk ended, scanning the floor of the lake with his Mark X armor. There he meets Rhodes, who was sent by General Ross to also inspect the place and try to get anyone not in the military out. Iron Man however tells Rhodey to explain to Ross that he is inspecting something that is dangerous and he's a superhero. Jim leaves and reports this to Ross.

Iron Man then gets a call from Pepper's house and is surprised when it's Whirlwind who tells him he has Pepper hostage and that Tony Stark is to meet him alone, and any sign of Iron Man would get Pepper killed. Tony would arrive without his armor and just barley manage to escape his car before Whirlwind blows it up, leading to the moment where he began telling Whirlwind all he knew.

Whirlwind grabs Stark and is about to lend a killing blow when Tony tells Whirlwind that he intends to kill him. When Whirlwind doesn't believe what he's hearing, Stark asks him to look him straight in the eyes. Stark has armed himself with a pair magnesium flare contact lenses and puts a hard air shield around Pepper protecting her from any harm from Whirlwind. Stark then has Whirlwind chase him through the Stark Enterprises complex, until Stark is cornered in one room by Whirlwind. Stark gives him the offer to surrender or die. When Whirlwind calls Stark's bluff, Stark points to the fact that he's activated his kinetic intake converter and that the more Whirlwind moves the more it will pull him into it's energy field. Whirlwind refuses to surrender and ultimately is killed by the device. At the secret hideout of Mandarin's army, the Mandarin and Madame Masque are informed that Whirlwind has been killed. Mandarin and Count Nefaria tell Masque that Stark must not be killed.

Back at Stark's lab, Stark confides in Pepper and asks him if he's every done anything good. She then reminds him that Stark Enterprises has put in funding and provided technology to the Avengers super-hero team and that they have been making great strides for humanity. When Pepper goes to pull up more information on the group she is shocked to find that their base, Avengers Island is under siege.

This story is continued in Fantastic Four Season 2 Episode 6...

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Bumper Robinson as Jim Rhodes
  • TBA as Jasper Sitwell
  • Maggia
    • TBA as Madame Masque
    • TBA as Count Nefaria
  • Mandarin's army
    • Ken Watanabe as Mandarin
    • TBA as Whirlwind
  • Avengers

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK X

Episode 6Edit

Story continued from The Avengers: The Animated Series Season 2 Episode 6...

Iron Man joins the Avengers to help his friends deactivate the gamma core.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Tony Stark

More to be added

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK X

Episode 7Edit

While Madame Masque is disappointed over how she is not allowed by the Mandarin or Count Nefaria to kill Tony Stark, Nefaria arrives and tells the reason he chose her to be the new Maggia leader was because she was his daughter. Masque at first does not buy it, but Nefaria explains that she was his daughter, known as Giulietta Nefaria. However, Nefaria was not a good father because he was a criminal and didn't even have any time to spend with her. Giulietta was later adopted by the Frost family, where she was renamed "Whitney" because the Frosts did not know her actual name. When Madame Masque asks Nefaria why he tried to kill her when Iron Man was fightin the Maggia, Nefaria tells it was revenge over Masque being a "traitor" to him.

Meanwhile at Avengers Mansion, Iron Man shows Thor around their new headquarters. Thor immediately picks up on the fact that there is something wrong with Iron Man, but agrees to let it go when Stark doesn't think even a God can solve his problems and departs. He next meets up with Pepper Potts and the two depart back to his office to meet with his publicist Happy Hogan.

While at the Stark Enterprises office, Happy Hogan arrives with some good news: The public opinion of Iron Man and his involvement with the Avengers is equating to good publicity for Stark Enterprises. After the meeting is done, Tony departs leaving Happy and Pepper alone and the two have a bit of a romantic moment. While outside the office, Tony comes across a newspaper that outs Bruce Banner as the Hulk, and Tony realizes that this is Nick Fury's way of burning Tony after he took control of the Avengers away from SHIELD.

After their romantic interlude is done, Happy and Pepper are relaxing in the office when suddenly Pepper notices something coming at the window. Happy escapes with Pepper as something causes the office explodes. Hearing the blast, Tony goes into investigation as Iron Man. There he finds Pepper and Happy who say someone has attacked. When Iron Man asks who, he is confronted by another being clad in a suit of armor. This armored man also knows that Tony is really Iron Man.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Crispin Freeman as Happy Hogan
  • Kevin Spacey as Iron Monger
  • Maggia
    • TBA as Madame Masque
    • TBA as Count Nefaria
  • Ken Watanabe as Mandarin
  • TBA as Thor

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK X

Episode 8Edit

Iron Man has just been attacked by another armored being who claims himself to be his former friend, Obadiah Stane, though Stane didn't know about the Iron Man specs. Tony has his Mark X armor scan the attacker and learns to his surprise it is in reality Stane, who has returned to kill him to however be the CEO of Stark International and destroy Stark Enterprises.

The fight becomes difficult as Iron Monger is capable of cloaking himself from view on most of Iron Man's sensors and visual outputs. However, Stark manages to find the weakness: Despite the armor seemingly being superior to the Mark 10 armor, there is one minor flaw: It doesn't have the same level of cooling that his armor does and his infrared scanners pick him up, allowing Iron Man to land a blow that sends Monger spinning in circles.

While in Manhattan, lawyer Jennifer Walters is hopping into a cab when she is grabbed and brought into the sewers by the Hulk. Recognizing the Hulk as her cousin Bruce, she agrees to follow the Hulk to seek help. While at the secret safe house where Jasper Sitwell has Leonard Samson hostage, Leonard still refuses to tell him the whereabouts of the Hulk. With no cooperation Sitwell has Samson injected with gamma radiation which causes Samson to mutate into a gamma spawned beast. The results are shocking and Samson kills Sitwell and his hired men.

Elsewhere in the city, Iron Man and Iron Monger continue their battle. Iron Monger threatens all of Tony's friends sending Iron Man into a frenzy. Iron Man stops himself from making the killing blow when he realizes that he is about to kill someone. He realizes that Monger wasn't out to kill Tony, Monger was out to have Tony kill him. Removing his opponent's helmet, Iron Man is shocked to see that it really is Stane.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man
  • TBA as Pepper Potts
  • Crispin Freeman as Happy Hogan
  • Fred Tatasciore as Hulk
  • TBA as Jennifer Walters
  • Bumper Robinson as Jim Rhodes
  • TBA as Leonardo Samson
  • TBA as Jasper Sitwell
  • Kevin Spacey as Iron Monger

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK X

Episode 9Edit

After Iron Monger is incapacitated, Iron Man brings him to the man that might help: Mr. Fantastic, of the Fantastic Four. Iron Man is greeted by Mr. Fantastic and the Thing once he arrives at the Baxter building. With Reed's help, Iron Man connects his armor to Stane's in order to try and view his memories to find out what happened. Reed warns him though, this procedure would connect their life supports and should Iron Monger die during the process, Iron Man would die with him.

Viewing Stane's memories, Tony learns he always wanted to be CEO of Stark's company, and cracked a plan. Stane would then hire the Ghost to steal Tony's Mark I armor. Stane's plan was to head to Hammer Multinational to become CEO by destroying Justin Hammer's business, but was unaware Hammer has built his own armor: The Titanium Man.

As he goes deeper into Conner's mind, bringing him to a critical point, Tony sees how the night when Stane had completed his Iron Monger armor, Stane would take the armor out on a flight to Hammer Multinational. There he would easily evade the security, but however he would be attacked by Titanium Man. Despite his armor's superior technology, the Titanium Man would have more skill over Iron Monger and would end with Iron Monger losing. The damages caused to the suit would force Stane to retreat. The last memory Tony would see would be Madame Masque taking a look at the now-useless Iron Monger suit after the wearer became CEO of Stark International.

Before he could learn more, Mr. Fantastic unplugs Iron Man from the connection to avoid him dying in the process. Reed explains he didn't want to lose both of them. With Monger revived and his continued mortality in question, Iron Monger tells both Reed and Iron Man that no matter what happens next he wants to die a hero.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man
  • Kevin Spacey as Iron Monger
  • Michael Adamthwaite as Titanium Man
  • Fantastic Four

Iron Man ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK X

Episode 10Edit

In deep space on a planet of barbarians, Terrax, a herald of Galactus is the prisoner of the planets barbarian race until he hears the call of his master. Breaking free from his bonds, Terrax destroys the entire planet and then begins racing toward his masters next meal: The planet Earth.

On Earth, Iron Man and Iron Monger are flying toward Hammer Multinational. Their intrusion has Mandarin send Titanium Man and his comrade the Crimson Dynamo attack them. The two armored soldiers fail against the two heroes when Iron Man uses magnetic polarity discs that send the two flying away from the battle. Arriving to Hammer Multinational's hidden basement base of the Maggia, Iron Man asks Iron Monger to trust him with his next plan. Knowing that they are being watched they turn on their cloaking devices. Spying this, Madame Masque orders her soldiers to prepare for the next battle.

While in New York, Bruce Banner and his cousin Jennifer Walters have arrived at the office of Leonard Samson to find that he has been mutated into some kind of abomination. Realizing a blood transfusion from Bruce might correct the problem, Bruce carries out the procedure, however changes into the Hulk half way through the process as Leonard passes out, suddenly Jennifer grabs the tube and gives herself a transfusion from the Hulk's blood as well, having the feeling that it is the right thing to do.

Iron Man and Iron Monger battle Madame Masque and the Mandarin and Iron Monger then engages in battle against the Mandarin and the resulting battle leads to a giant explosion that kills Stane and reveals the Mandarin to be nothing more than a robot.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • Kevin Spacey as Obadiah Stane
  • Stark Enterprises
    • TBA as Jennifer Walters
    • TBA as Abomination (Leonard Samson)
  • Fred Tatasciore as Hulk (Dr. Bruce Banner)
  • Terrax the Terrible
  • Mandarin's army
    • Ken Watanabe as Mandarin
    • Michael Adamthwaite as Titanium Man (Justin Hammer)
  • Crimson Dynamo
  • Maggia
    • TBA as Madame Masque

ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK X
  • Titanium Man Armor
  • Crimson Dynamo Armor MK II

Episode 11Edit

Iron Man confronts Dr. Doom discovering his experiment that he believes is deadly, but it turns out to be one that brings somebody back to life which begins interesting people like the Avengers.

Soon the experiment begins...

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man (Tony Stark)
  • TBA as Reed Richards
  • TBA as Hulkbusters
    • She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters)
    • Hulk (Dr. Bruce Banner)
    • Abomination (Leonard Samson)
  • TBA as Doctor Doom (Victor von Doom)

ArmorsEdit

  • Iron Man Armor MK X

Episode 12Edit

Tony Stark and the Fantastic Four are at the Baxter Building trying to comprehend the transformations of Leonard Samson and Jennifer Walters into gamma irradiated mutates thanks to blood transfusions from the Hulk. Soon however the Heralds of Galactus arrive and attack.

Tony spends the alone time to promise the members of the Hulkbusters that he will find a way to cure them, however both She-Hulk and Doc Samson are happy with their new forms. Tony Stark leaves to meet Happy Hogan at the hospital assisted by Zimmer as he is recovering from the attack by Iron Monger.

While back at the Baxter Building while Samson and She-Hulk are watching the FF's battle against the heralds of Galactus, Liz Ross approaches the Hulk. Revealing herself to Hulk causes him to calm down enough to change back into Bruce Banner. Liz explains to him that she is dying of radiation poisoning due to her exposure to the gamma bombs explosion.

At Doom's ship, he has Tony put on his Iron Man armor and soon calls Nick Fury telling he is ready. Boarding the SHIELD Helicarrier, he meets with the Avengers and Hulkbusters who have also been sent to deal with the threat of Galactus. The Fantastic Four have been killed by the Heralds of Galactus. He then sends them out in teams to stop the heralds from implanting their terraformers into the Earth: He sends Thor and She-Hulk to Attilan to battle Terrax; Namor, Doc Samson, Hawkeye and Captain America to Monster Island to battle Firelord; Wasp, Scarlet Witch and Vision to battle Plasma in Antarctica; and lastly Doom, Iron Man, Ant Man and Bruce Banner would work together to create an ultimate nullifier weapon to try and stop Galactus.

On the battle front, the Scarlet Witch defeat Plasma by using her hex powers to freeze her in a block of ice, while Hawkeye downs Firelord with one of his mystical arrows, and lastly Thor smashes in the skull of Terrax with his uru hammer. As the scientists complete their device, Galactus attacks the SHIELD helicarrier directly, prompting Bruce to transform into the Hulk once again. Doom sends Iron Man, Ant Man and the Hulk out to try their new weapon out against Galactus and watches as they are easily destroyed. Doom eventually uses his new reviver to bring everyone back.

CastEdit

  • Marc Worden as Iron Man

Episode 13Edit