Invincible Iron Man

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(ended 1966)

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Invincible Iron Man

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Tony Stark, makes you feel He's the cool exec With a heart of steel As Iron Man all jets a-blaze He's fighting and smiting with repulsor rays Amazing armor, it's Iron Man A blaze of power, It's Iron Man! The Invincible Iron Man follows the adventures of Tony Stark, a playboy and weapons designer who made his fortune designing weapons for the U.S. government. While in Vietnam he was injured in an explosion and shrapnel embedded in his chest near his heart. Captured by a local Communist warlord, Stark managed to design a transistorized suit of armor that not only gave him a portable life support unit for his heart but contained a number of miniaturized weapons, as well as providing him with enhanced strength and protection. After escaping, Stark returned to the U.S. and pretended to be his own anonymous bodyguard. As "Iron Man," Stark battled Ultimo, the Black Knight, and the Crimson Dynamo, but his primary opponent was the Mandarin, a Chinese warlord who wielded ten alien power rings and was a master of karate. As Tony Stark, his assistants were secretary Virginia "Pepper" Potts and bodyguard/chauffeur Harold "Happy" Hogan. The thirteen episodes were adapted from Iron Man's run in Tales of Suspense - various issues from approximately #40 to #88. The animation was similar to the comics and duplicated the artistic style of famed penciller Don Heck. Each episode was made up of three 6-minute segments, and in syndication often aired either on separate days, or on various one-hour afternoon kid shows as filler between the host's regular routines. This series was aired as part of The Marvel Superheroes.moreless
John Vernon

John Vernon

Iron Man

Paul Soles

Paul Soles

Harold "Happy" Hogan

Peg Dixon

Peg Dixon

Virginia "Pepper" Potts

Bernard Cowan

Bernard Cowan

The Mandarin

Stan Lee

Stan Lee

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