I think the Guardian would find Iron Man an insufferable bore for most of this adventure, and Iron Man would see him as an old-fashioned guy whose time has past . . . before the admit they respect and admire each other at the end.
I’ve a fondness for the old style covers where the hero is in the foreground, wondering where the bad guy is when we, the readers, can see all along that he’s behind you!!
Man, J’onn J’onnz does not look like he’s in for a good time here.
So yesterday’s tease was pointing to this beauty that arrived today:
The CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS box set which was my treat to myself for working hard on a project in work and getting a bonus to show for it.
And this is gorgeous!
The cover flips down to reveal 14 hardbacks – some of which I have in other formats (the COIE story itself I have in the original comics, the trade paperback, the Absolute Edition, a digital version of the 30th anniversary – and now this!) – some of which are new, especially some of the content in Behind The Crisis, the fourteenth volume.
Who knows, I might even do a full on review of this one day.