There are periodic threads on his various suits. He's pretty much the most prolific western /m/ character. As a fan of the comics since latr 80's I loved the first two films and Avngers, but the only parts of 3 I really liked were Rhodey. I'm REALLY hoping they give Don Cheadle Iron Man 4 since RDJ/Tony wants to quit anyway.
Not in the Iron Patriot armor, though, but as full-on Iron Man like he was in the comics.
The character is amazing in general. I've only seen the first of the film trilogy but I thought it was a great movie. Unfortunately I haven't heard much that's good about the other two.
Yup. I'm enjoying the heck out of it. Can't wait to see what's next.
Between that, Nova, Ant-Man, Rocket Raccoon, and Dardevil, my faith in Marvel is slowly being restored. Now if only they could get Slott off of Spidey...
I don't care much about movies or marvel stuff. The movies are okay I guess. I remember thinking the second and third weren't very good, but then I doubt that the first was really very good either, it's just been 6 years since I've seen it.
2 is really solid, it's just that it doesn't fully shine without Captain America and Avengers.
3 is a lot lighter on the Iron Man than most people wanted, but as a story it's not half bad. RDJ's portrayal of Tony's PTSD is actually really excellent. The main thing that annoyed me about it was that every individual part of the suit seems to be working fine, there's a few action scenes where he only has parts of the suit on and they're actually pretty good, but then when he has the whole thing on suddenly it's a piece of shit. As long as you know going in that you're getting a movie that's a lot more of a Tony Stark movie than an Iron Man movie, it's certainly still worth the watch.
>the Marvel bubble will burst
mfw GOTG outgrossed Man of Steel
I'm waiting for them to do another Howard The Duck movie just to challenge people to try to not see a Marvel movie.
>>yfw it makes more money than the dark knight
Three rubbed me completely the wrong way with how how useless the suits were.
Mark 3 solved (or ended) a conflict in the middle-east. Mark 42 was brought down by three helicopters.
And holy shit, War Machine. The only time War Machine showed any kind of competence was when the lackey hijacked Air Force 1 with it.
The only work in film that has power armor as a focus.
Hopefully this will hold.
Hugh Jackman's different though because he actually is Wolverine
Sex Heartbreaker and IX
Tenderly love Gemini and Shotgun
>Hulk's fucking mullet
>Hulk's fucking neck
>Tony's weird face-lips-mask thing
>LITERAL COPYPASTA DENOBRIUM
Shit Marvel what are you doin.
>Heartbreaker really looks like a hard lover
It's the chest.
Disneyhas a few hundred years to go and will have a long-term lease on part of China through that?
I can believe it.
getttin a little more /m/.... and a little /m/ore
I have a soft spot for IM3 only because I liked Kiss Kiss Bang Bang so much. I completely understand why a lot of people didn't like it and have a long laundry list of criticisms and complaints about the movie, though.
Except those still bitching about the Mandarin lol cry moar u fags
Silver and Centurion will forever be my favorite suit.
That said, I wish western /m/ wasn't so overlooked here.
He's Sherlock Holmes and is still acting in various other films. Have you seen "The Judge?" He was great in it. This isn't taking into account his roles like Tropic Thunder and whatnot.
RDJ is at a point at an actor where he doesn't have to worry about a goddamn thing. He's in demand and proved he's talented enough to do other roles with virtually no difficulty.
He loves the Tony Stark role, he just wants participate in other marvel movies in smaller supporting roles than having to do another Iron Man film, and even on that note, he's kind of hinted that he might consider it "if the script is good and it feels right."