3. If someone would like to give an over view of Tony Stark and Iron Man, that would be great.
4. Has anyone noticed how much like the IRON MAN feature film, this felt like in places? His relationship with Pepper, in particular? That felt weird given their history in the comics. Anyone care to elaborate on that?
As usual, I tried to make it fun and funny. So, I did E, True Hollywood Story: Tony Stark—Demon in a bottle. My intro was: “Tonight on E’s true Hollywood story we present a look at a man bent on a path of self destruction. Philanderer, Drunkard, and Murderer. Stark is a self-claimed futurist who fails to see what that future holds in store for himself.”
Once again, I cannot recommend this club highly enough. We had presentations on Matt Fraction’s career, on whether the iron man armor is feasible and possible, as well as our usual discussion of storytelling (Rob, one of my co-creators on Tales from the Comic’s Experience had a great analysis on Fraction’s use of panel layout and dialogue.)
Here are the slides I used for my presentation. You should be able to see where I was going.