Iron Man: El demonio en la botella (2020)

Iron Man El demonio en la botella De la sala de conferencias al frente de batalla Iron Man enfrenta a un enemigo como nunca antes en la forma del empresario criminal Justin Hammer Forzado hasta sus l mites por un ejercito de supervil
  • Title: Iron Man: El demonio en la botella
  • Author: David Michelinie Bob Layton John Romita Jr.
  • ISBN: 9788447125418
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Iron Man: El demonio en la botella
    De la sala de conferencias al frente de batalla, Iron Man enfrenta a un enemigo como nunca antes en la forma del empresario criminal Justin Hammer Forzado hasta sus l mites por un ejercito de supervillanos, Tony Star debe encontrar un modo de detener a Hammer y enfrentar a sus propios demonios personales.Edici n para Argentina y otros pa ses de Latino am rica que traduceDe la sala de conferencias al frente de batalla, Iron Man enfrenta a un enemigo como nunca antes en la forma del empresario criminal Justin Hammer Forzado hasta sus l mites por un ejercito de supervillanos, Tony Star debe encontrar un modo de detener a Hammer y enfrentar a sus propios demonios personales.Edici n para Argentina y otros pa ses de Latino am rica que traduce Iron Man 1968 120 128.
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    1. It s important to remember the original audience of old comic books When the Demon in a Bottle storyline originally ran in 1978 the average comic book reader was closer to 10 12 years old much younger than the 25 30 year olds who make up the bulk of comic book readers now.With that in mind this collection is quite an achievement, and even important to think about critically It is in this storyline that the Tony Stark character was given the deep human elements that will make him timeless He was [...]

    2. The three greatest story arcs in the history of comics 1 Green Arrow s perky sidekick Speedy succumbing to the evils of heroin and getting strung out, baby.2 The Flash reduced to homelessness, sleepin in the snow Boo hoo, boo hoo.3 Iron Man hitting the bottle and becoming a useless alcoholic Comics are your best entertainment

    3. Bit of a hard one to review I really need to stop trying to read stuff from the 70s, its a totally different era, with writing styles that are foreign, to me at least So Demon in a bottle is celebrated as one of the best iron man stories, as it has Tony Stark battling his alcohol addiction sounds good right It would have been if the story wasn t a few pages at the end, and that s it Basically its a week in the life of Tony Stark, as he s battling with villains, dealing with corporate espionage e [...]

    4. Demon in a Bottle is a piece of comic canon that depicts a significant event in Tony Stark s life his battle with alcoholism Alcoholism, really There was barely any of it in here Instead, it is issue after issue of Tony dealing with other problems Namor the Sub Mariner, Justin Hammer tampering with the Iron Man suit to cause the death of an international delegate, SHIELD having a controlling interest in Stark International after which he ll get cozy with the said demon in a bottle In fact, his a [...]

    5. It s kind of amazing that I hadn t read this yet I ve read a good bit of Iron Man canon, and a lot of Iron Man in the 12413531251325 recent books he s been in, but for some reason I d never gotten around to Demon in a Bottle Now that I ve finally read it, I m so glad I did It s a bit heavy handed, sure, and full of the flaws that all socially conscious comic books of the 1970s had, but it s a solid story with surprisingly subtle characterization and a truly kickass female lead where has Bethany [...]

    6. Iron Man 120 128As good as its reputation JRJr s art is some of the best I have seen from him, before he developed his cartoony look which I love but doesn t work for every title he draws Storywise, there s a lot going on here Tony s struggling with the possible hostile takeover of Stark Industries by SHIELD, as well as troubles with his armor And though the story doesn t specifically mention it, I felt like he s also dealing with the strain of lying to some of his best friends Rhodey and Bethan [...]

    7. A classic in the Marvel canon, but I d never read it until a month ago The most surprising thing to me was that John Romita Jr did the pencils for almost the whole story until after I d finished the first issue After reading him on books like Daredevil and the recent World War Hulk, I can t see what I ve come to identify as JRJR s style in here ANYWHERE It s amazing to see the change, although I have a feeling that quite a bit of the visual style comes from Bob Layton s inks if pencils by John [...]

    8. 70s era Iron Man, in which, you know, it s hard out there for a man with a pimp haircut and stache like Tony s He s got to deal with the Sub Mariner, who looks like Mr Spock in a Speedo but has way fewer social skills And there are a bunch of lameass villains with lameass superpowers he has to dispatch Plus, he has to address the problem of his alcoholism in a single issue that reads much like an Afterschool Special Can you feel the excitement from here No, that s just me still cringing about To [...]

    9. Thanks to Hollywood, everybody knows Tony Stark s a jerk with a heart of gold, which is why Robert Downey Jr is the perfect person to play him life imitating art, and all, from what evidence we have The choice here to give him a drinking problem really pissed off a lot of readers when the story first ran, because it ruined the character For those of us coming to the comics now, it s a perfect choice, really Because Iron Man is NOT a likable guy, and if you want your readers to stick around, you [...]

    10. Hmm It s hard to review this one, really I can say that I felt sufficiently entertained as I read through this one and that the one and a half issues that ACTUALLY deal with the demon in the bottle sure there is foreshadowing, but to describe this collection as a whole as dealing with alcoholism is just plain false were emotionally gripping and character enriching But that s about all I can say This book was recommended to me as an exemplary starting point for reading Iron Man comics And I m sti [...]

    11. I ve been wanting to read the comic where Tony Stark has a drinking problem for quite some time Ok, that sounds kind of weird, but it s true This is the volume that includes the classic Demon in a Bottle comic.What I didn t realize is that it s mainly the one issue the last in this collection that deals with it The first 7 issues show Tony having occasional drinks but he doesn t really hit rock bottom until the issue before the eponymous 128 The storyline up to that point focuses on Justin Hamme [...]

    12. This was a fun comic Not great, but fun I liked the 80 s vibe of the whole affair, and Tony Stark is a fun character I read this with the desire to read an important Iron Man story, which was Demon in a Bottle Having heard so much about it, I expected a long battle between Stark and alcoholism This book however, is seven issues of Iron Man dealing with Justin Hammer and some super villains, getting stressed, having a drink once or twice, and then going full alcoholic in one issue I m of two mind [...]

    13. All epoca la storia fece furore era decisamente un passo importante nel concetto Marvel di super eroe con super problema Risolto il problema iniziale del cuore danneggiato di Stark, il nuovo super problema nientemeno che l alcolismo Tony non riesce proprio a restare sobrio, e la sua caduta nell abisso comune a tutti gli alcolizzati descritta molto bene, fin troppo realisticamente Alla fine ne esce Ovviamente no L alcolismo non una malattia da cui si guarisce, bens una tentazione sempre presente, [...]

    14. I just read my first comic book I signed up this week to take a short online course on comic books, so I m going to read a few I think this could enrich the classes I teach, and it s an interesting piece of our pop culture history and current events I actually enjoyed this than I thought I would Yes, the dialog is weird because everyone is narrating their own actions, and everything is over dramatized and a little on the whimsically ridiculous side But I did find it very entertaining This was r [...]

    15. Absolutely one of the greatest Marvel story arcs I have ever read After too much stress, pain, and misunderstandings, Tony Stark reaches his breaking point He begins using his Iron Man armor and alcohol to hide his grievances and pain from all he is losing The arc results in some of the most powerful, dramatic, and beautiful panels I have ever seen in any comic book If you like comic books, or if you would like some great issues to start your collection, I HIGHLY recommend getting this book

    16. Some interesting and ambitious Tony Stark characterization but forgettable writing, story, and only competent artwork make this pretty dull.

    17. I read this story as individual back issues as a kid when I started reading Rhodey was Iron Man and it really impacted me then and was just as good now as an adult although I noticed different things Comics were aimed a different audience back then, at kids rather than adults as they seem to be now, and the authors did a great job of working the difficult topic of alcoholism into a comic book story of the time There were elements of this story reflected in the newer Iron Man movies than I reali [...]

    18. This series I think there were six or seven of them is forty years old Comics like this are incredibly dated the artwork, the writing, the stories Most of this was standard issue Comic Code Marvel Iron Man fighting bad guys What made the series notable was how the writers dealt with the main character s alcoholism Throughout the story arc, Tony Iron Man Stark become increasingly addicted to alcohol, until he is forced to face his demon in a bottle and wrestle with his substance abuse Pretty stou [...]

    19. Tony Stark est en aprietos ha sido enga ado por su amigo Nick Fury, corre el riesgo de perder su empresa y un enemigo en las sombras le hace pasar m s de alg n problema con la armadura de Iron Man Y lo peor, Tony Stark no se da cuenta que se est haciendo muy amigo del alcohol hasta que ocurre un incidente internacional que deja a Iron Man en una situaci n compleja Tenemos a un personaje que se va hundiendo y no sabe c mo actuar hasta muy tarde Nada es f cil ni siquiera para alguien tan poderoso [...]

    20. It s nice to step back into late 70 s early 80 s Marvel, a real golden age of stories under Editor in Chief Jim Shooter.A couple of things stand out Rhodey still isn t War Machine, but Tony Stark s buddy and pilot Stark still has a secret identity claims Iron Man is his bodyguard.David Michelinie is one of Iron Man s most iconic writers, and he does a good job building on Iron Man s alcohol abuse until it culmination later on It s tackled well John Romita Jr artwork is on point.Although not an o [...]

    21. You have read old comics like this like they re textbooks because the stories don t really hold up for modern readers The readership skewed younger almost 40 years ago, so you have to consider that.This a classic story and another turning point in the evolution of comic book storytelling Five stars.

    22. Would be just a regular, not so appealing story of Iron Man fighting someone who wants to bring down his empire if not for the alcoholism plot I think that there are better examples of this in comics Batman Venom for example but still one must look at the historical perspective.

    23. If I were to try and review this book, the reaction even from myself would be, you just can t see past it being a product of it s time and accept it for what it is And I can t, so I won t Perfect before Claremont sampling.

    24. El c mic comenzaba a volverse oscuro y los h roes ca an en batallas peores que aquellas que libraban contra sus archienemigos Le ocurri a los X Men, le pas a Daredevil Y, en la Casa de las Ideas, otro de los grandes pis el lado oscuro y se hundi en el lodo del whisky Tony Stark, m s conocido como Iron Man.Con El demonio en una botella, nos encontramos ante, sin duda, una de las grandes etapas del Cabeza de Lata, aunque todo lo que transcurre en los n meros sobre el alcoholismo es al final de est [...]

    25. Said to be the greatest Iron Man story ever told, after Iron Man Extremis of course this story is about Tony Stark having to not only be the best hero he can be, but a good friend, a good business man, but become sober I do not like to think of this collected volume of the Invincible Iron Man story as Demon in a Bottle because it s not Only issues 127 128 deal with this problem The rest are just fun Iron Man arcs about Justin Hammer The writing of course is really 1990s ish along with the art Wi [...]

    26. The Demon in a Bottle arc is one of the most famous stories in Iron Man s long history and it s as relatable now as it was 40 years ago.The bulk of the volume is building up to the issue in which Tony Stark admits he has a problem We see him slowly rely and on alcohol and this whole arc treats alcoholism with dignity and respect which I really didn t expect from this era of comics You re not reading about a superhuman s battle or a world ending threat, it s one very human man struggling with a [...]

    27. Well, this is undoubtedly the most important and the most monumental Iron Man story that was ever published What makes this story so important is the fact when it was released Every mainstream comic book at that time was either corny or plain stupid Demon in a Bottle was the first attempt by David Michelini and Bob Layton to make Tony Stark complex and mature For the time, the story broke a lot of boundaries and taboos for superheroes Many will have a problem because of how quickly Tony gets ri [...]

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