Iron Man: House of M #1

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Publisher Marvel
Brand Marvel (white on red)
Condition VF/NM
Issue Number 1
Writer/Script Greg Pak
Story Artist Pat Lee
Story Inks Dream Engine
Story Colors Dream Engine
Story Letters Rus Wooton; Virtual Calligraphy
Cover Colors Brian Reber
Cover Inks Pat Lee (signed)
Cover Letters N/A
Cover Artist Pat Lee (signed)
Story Characters Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Johnny Storm; Howard Stark; Sentinels; Forge; Hank Pym
Synopsis Tony Stark fights in the extraordinarily popular Sapien Death Match where he beats Johnny Storm but is in turn beaten by his father, Howard Stark; He returns to his business to find that research scientist Hank Pym has been trying to map the mutant genome; He fires him for this highly illegal activity; When he discovers that Pym has disappeared with all of his DNA research, Tony dons his new Iron Man armor and tracks him to a meeting of the human resistance movement; Sentinels have secretly followed him and Tony begins to battle the giant robots so the humans can escape without being killed; Unfortunately, he finds it is his father controlling the Sentinels.
Dimensions standard Modern Age US
Print Date September 2005
Reprint? No
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