Iron Man Mark L 2
Biographical information
Real name

Anthony Edward Stark

Alternative name(s)

Tony Stark
Iron Man
Herr Ztark

Physical description





Late 30s'

Personal information


Production details
First appearance

Great Power (cameo)

Last appearance

Graduation Day: Part 2

Voiced by

Adrian Pasdar


Iron Man (real name Anthony "Tony" Stark) is a brilliant inventor, one of the founding members of the Avengers,[1] and successful CEO of Stark Industries. He is the current leader of the Avengers[2]


Early life

At some point of time, Tony Stark was kidnapped by a criminal organization. He was locked up in a cave, which led him to create his first armor, which Spider-Man jokingly said he made from 'a paperclip and some empty soda cans', he had worked on for several days, allowing him to escape.[1]

After his escape, he built a second armor to replace the first one in his beginning of his superhero career. After testing it, he built the third one and called himself Iron Man.


He confronted the trainees of S.H.I.E.L.D. after he decapitated Living Laser. He argued with Fury but got interrupted by Spider-Man. Iron Man offered him guidance. Later Tony gave Spider-Man a tour around Stark Industries and gave him the Iron Spider Armor. After Living Laser took control of Spider-Man's armor, Living Laser threatened Iron Man that he will fry him from the inside, Iron Man sacrificed himself and got knocked out and got controlled by Living Laser. He woke up after Spider-Man hacked his armor when Living Laser still took control of it and freed himself. Iron Man lead Living Laser into the molecular disruption chamber and transported him to another dimension. He complained to Spider-Man about his Iron Spider armor having been modified by him.[2]

His reserve armors were later taken over by an Octobot and set against him, though with the aid of Spider-Man, they were able to stop them and tore a piece of the Octobot. They went to the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier and learned of Doctor Octopus when Octavius attacked them in a new Iron Octopus Armor and sent Tony flying, but he came back and he and the Iron Spider defeated Octavius, but he escaped. He later was hit by Captain America's Shield and Spider-Man raced by him.

At the end of the Ultimate, Tony gave Spider-Man an offer to join the Avengers, an offer which Spidey could not choose between the Avengers or his team.


According to Fury, at the beginning of his career as Iron Man, he was very clumsy and cocky. Tony likes to brag to others about himself and his social life. As Iron Man, he is always calm and level-headed in a fight, and he seesthe potential in people where others don't, as he does with Spider-Man. He is also shown to have a caring side when he shut down his armors security functions to save Peter from the Living Laser. Tony Stark has also shown to have a fashion sense, as shown when he chided Spider-Man's costume, and made him a new suit in his spare time.

Stark likes to flirt with women, and he winked at a woman during his skirmish with Living Laser.

Physical appearance

Tony Stark is a tall, Spaniard, with black hair, brown eyes, and a beard. When he doesn't have his armor on, he then usually wears his business suit. His first appearance in Flight of The Iron Spider was changed to match his one in Marvel's Avengers Assemble.

As Iron Man, he wears a highly sophisticated armor designed and especially made for him.[2]

Inside the Armor

Iron Man's armor is painted in red and gold colors. It is developed with Stark-based tech and carries multiple advanced weapons in it.[1]

Powers and Abilities

Iron Man has no superpowers of his own but relies on his armor to do superhuman abilities. The armor has some unique weapons systems and superhuman powers to do the job for Iron Man in combat.


  • Super-Genius-level Intellect: Iron Man is one of the eighth smartest people on the planet.
    •  Expert Engineer: Tony can improvise or combined and repair his destroyed armors into a new one.
    • Repulsor Ray Sonic Blast


  • Iron Man Armor MK I (formerly)
    • Super Strength
    • Flight
    • Flamethrowers
    • Repulsors
    • Uni-Beam
    • Rocket Launcher
    • Enhanced Durability
  • Classic Armor (formerly)
    • Flight
    • Repulsor Rays
    • Super Speed
    • Unibeam
  • The War Machine Armor
    • Flight
    • Artillery
      • Right Shoulder-Mounted Minigun
      • Left Shoulder-Mounted Missile Launcher
      • Bunker Buster "Ex-Wife" Missiles
      • Wrist Mounted Blasters
      • Stark Sonic Cannons
    • Repulsors
    • Uni-Beam
    • Invulnerability
    • Super Strength
  • The "Iron Patriot" Armor
    • Flight
    • Super Strength
    • Repulsors
    • Wrist-Mounted Pulse Bolts Cannons
    • Arm-Mounted Missile Launchers
  • Iron Man Armor MK XLIX Armor
    • Pre-Play Software System
    • Repulsors
    • Uni-Beam
    • Pulse Cannons
    • Missile Launchers
    • Rocket Launchers
    • Enhanced Durability
    • Super Strength
    • E.M.P. Generators
    • Hologram Projectors
    • Prototype Prehensile Propulsion System
    • Flight
    • Chemical Scanners
  • Iron Man Armor MK L
    • Super Strength
    • Invulnerability
    • Repulsors
    • Uni-Beam
    • Missile Launchers
    • Rocket Launchers
    • E.M.P. Blasters
    • Stark Probability Engine Program
    • Computer Hacking Systems
    • Autonomic Prehensile Propulsion System
    • Hologram Projectors
    • Manual System Overrides
    • Electrostatic Exo-Charges
    • Air Filter Purifier
    • Energy Pulses
  • The Rubber Duckie Armor
  • The Iron Herald Armor
  • The Stealth Armor


 Season  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 891011121314151617181920212223242526 Total
Season 1 c c c c c c m 8
Season 2 c c c 5
Season 3 m m m c m m f 6
Season 4 2
Overall 21
Infinite Comics
 Year  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 89101112131415161718192021222324 Total
2015 c 1
2016 3
Overall 4

c - cameo
f - flashback
m - mentioned

Background in other media

  • He appears in the Disney INFINITY games as a playable character and figurine.


- This incarnation of Iron Man is the same as the Iron Man in Avenges Assemble


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Great Power". Paul Dini (writer), Jeph Loeb (director). Ultimate Spider-Man. Disney XD. 1 April, 2012. No.1, season one.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "Flight of the Iron Spider". Man of Action & James Felder (writer), Phil Pignotti (director). Ultimate Spider-Man. Disney XD. 23 April, 2012. No.5, season one.
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