Anthony Stark (Earth-616)

Anthony Stark (Earth-616)

American, Bulgarian
Iron Man by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber, Don Heck, Jack Kirby

Stan Lee, Larry Lieber, Don Heck, Jack Kirby

Robert Downey Jr.
Tony Stark
Iron Man

Mark One
Editorial Names:
Formerly Invincible Iron Man, International Iron Man, Superior Iron Man

Armored Avenger, Bullet-Head, Boss Man, Brass Man, Golden Avenger, Golden Boy, Golden Gladiator, The Invincible Iron Man, Lackey, Mister Robohoe, Shellhead, T, Tin Man, Tones/Tone

Actor, Crimson Dynamo, Cobalt Man, Electro, Iron Knight

Other Aliases:
Anthony of York, Director Stark, The Engineer, El Hombre de Hierro, Hogan Potts, Ice Age Man, Kl’Riki Dulu, Kr’Ali, Man of Iron, Martini, Mark, Master of Machines, Randall Pierce, Richard Franco Space-Knight, Spare Parts Man, Tetsujin

Avengers (founding member), Space Friends, Alcoholics Anonymous

Darkhold Defiled, A.I. Army, Stark Unlimited (CEO), partner of the Wasp, Stark Industries (CEO), Red Team, Avengers (Heroes Reborn), Illuminati, Axis, Stark Resilient, S.H.I.E.L.D. (director), Guardians of the Galaxy, Initiative (leader), Pro-Registration Superhero Unit (leader), New Avengers, Mighty Avengers (Initiative), Mighty Avengers (Pym), Hellfire Club, Maria Stark Foundation, Stark Solutions, Force Works, West Coast Avengers (part of Kree delegation during Operation Galactic Storm), United States Department of Defense, The Mighty, Knights of the Atomic Round Table, Damage Control, Imperio Techworks, Queen’s Vengeance.

Isaac Stark, Sr. (parental adoptive ancestor, deceased)

Howard Stark, Sr. (paternal adoptive grandfather, deceased)

Jude (biological father);
Amanda Armstrong (biological mother);
Howard Stark (adoptive father, deceased);
Maria Stark (adoptive mother, deceased)

Arno Stark (adoptive brother)

Other Relatives:
Edward Stark (adoptive uncle, deceased);
Morgan Stark (adoptive cousin);
Extrembiote (former symbiote)

6 feet, 1 inch (without the suit)
225 pounds
Human; formerly a cyborg
Sofia, Bulgaria
Tales of Suspense #39 (December, 1962)

There’s only two things I ever managed to believe in. Firstly, myself. And even then only about 50% of the time. Secondly, the future. That there would be one and we’d make it.

Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) is a hard-playing billionaire genius. He is captured in Afghanistan after demonstrating his newest weapon. Iron Man is a 2008 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. The best Iron Man replacement is Ironheart (Dominique Thorne) right now. And Kevin Feige just confirmed that she will appear in the Marvel universe before her Disney Plus show debuts. However, Russo’s recent comments make it sound like he’ll be swinging around the Marvel universe for a little while longer. While Robert Downey Jr. has officially retired his Iron Man suit, Tom Holland was named Superhero of the Year in their newest issue of GQ.

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