Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 1994
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
Syndicated TV Network

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Iron Man

A "cool exec with a heart of steel," Tony Stark is the invincible Iron Man, fighting for justice with his scientific genius, repulsor rays, and the full resources of Stark Enterprises!

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Last Episode

02x13 Hands of the Mandarin (2) Aired: Feb. 24, 1996

Iron Man attacks the Mandarin alone, but because of Heart of Darkness, he is powerless, which Mandarin uses to unmask him and torture him. Soon …

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Canceled/Ended
The show had 2 seasons and 26 episodes air between 1994 and 1996.

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Series Fun Facts

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  • The armoured warriors attacked in episode 2.08 "The Armor Wars Part 2", include the Controller, the Beetle (who had previously attacked Stark on "Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends"),…
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    The armoured warriors attacked in episode 2.08 "The Armor Wars Part 2", include the Controller, the Beetle (who had previously attacked Stark on "Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends"), Stiltman, Blizzard, Backlash, and the Mandroids.
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  • Tony Stark's main armor on the show was the "Mark XI "Modular Armor", which was the suit he was wearing in the mid 90's comics. The first season modified his helmet design to add a…
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    Tony Stark's main armor on the show was the "Mark XI "Modular Armor", which was the suit he was wearing in the mid 90's comics. The first season modified his helmet design to add a traditional mouth slit, but the second season restored the "mouthless" comic book design.
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  • In modernizing the Iron Man's origin story, Tony Stark is not injured in a Vietnamese war zone, but in an act of industrial sabotage plotted by Justin Hammer and the Mandarin. Stark was…
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    In modernizing the Iron Man's origin story, Tony Stark is not injured in a Vietnamese war zone, but in an act of industrial sabotage plotted by Justin Hammer and the Mandarin. Stark was wounded not by a chunk of shrapnel near his heart, but by slivers near his spine, Stark and Yinsen (whose first name is changed from Ho to Wellington) were held captive by the Mandarin, rather than Wong Chu. However the concept of the Iron Man armor keeping Stark alive was in Season 2 with getting Iron Man injured in his chest after taking a direct hit from a missile while attacking Hammer on his own property. He upgraded his armor in order to attempt to heal his chest.
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