Read Invincible Iron Man: Ironheart, Volume 1: Riri Williams Online Free - A new Iron Age begins! From the violent streets of Chicago, an armored hero rises! Clad in her own Iron Man suit, Riri Williams is ready to show the world what she can do as the self-made hero of tomorrow. Her technology just might change the world forever — if she survives that long! But is she ready for all the problems that come with stepping into Iron Man’s jet boots? Problems like her first big villain. And the other guy running around as shell-head. And the laundry list of criminals looking to destroy Tony Stark’s legacy. Oh, and all the super-teams out to recruit her! As Riri’s adventures go viral, it’s time to claim an alter ego of her own — welcome to the Marvel Universe, Ironheart!
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|Title||:||Invincible Iron Man: Ironheart, Volume 1: Riri Williams|
|Number of Pages||:||131 pages|
August 24, 2017
4 ish stars.
So, I've put off reading this series even though it's on my pull list. I own every issue but this is the first time I'm reading them. I've been wary because I heard that Riri has been written the same way most characters tangentially involved with Tony have been written these days: th...
September 11, 2017
First of all, Stefano Caselli has grown into one of the finest artists at Marvel. Now on to Riri. I liked her backstory. Yes, it's all been done before, especially by Bendis. But Bendis is just so damn good at writing these type scenes, these little personal stories. I really enjoyed the book bef...
May 11, 2017
Good, but could be better.
World: The art is fantastic, it's full of emotion and character allow readers to relate to Riri. The world building here is solid, we have a quick little snippet of Riri's little piece of the MU and also the MU comes and visits her to reorient her into Tony's world for t...
July 14, 2017
I actually liked Riri way better than I thought that I would. She's cute and likable, but she's also almost exactly like (Ultimate) Peter Parker and Miles Morales. Same writer, so I guess some of that comes with the territory. Obviously, this is just a stunt to bide time until Tony returns from t...
July 26, 2017
There's...a lot to like here, and also...uh...some areas for improvement.
I know this isn't a new critique, I saw a lot of similar sentiment expressed when the book first came out, but since I waited for the trade I'm just now chiming in. SO: I know Bendis is one of Marvel's heaviest hitters, and...
August 13, 2017
I did like it, though as others have mentioned, there's more than a little Miles Morales in Riri Williams...
July 16, 2017
A really fun, engaging read that welcomes one of Marvel's strongest new characters in the form of Riri Williams, aka Ironheart, to the Marvel Universe. Brian Michael Bendis is so much better with solo character-centric adventures rather than events as is the case with his Miles Morales-written st...
August 22, 2017
I really hope Ironheart will be around for a long time. This Volume really brought a refreshing vision to the character.
Seen in the pages of Civil War II, Riri Williams is a super genius. Making her own armored suit and using her own materials and time, she has become the replacement for Iron Man...
July 30, 2017
How Marvel can succeed at being lighthearted fun and deadly serious simultaneously.
Fifiteen-year-old African-American girl Riri Williams is the new Iron Man. Or Ironheart, as she's called. How creative and diverse Marvel can be if it just tries. The company's representing of how the world and hum...
August 07, 2017
I am not a Iron Man reader – I read three of his books for my big Civil War II project, but other than that I’m not interested in the character. Tony Stark is, in my mind, a generic superhero, generally an asshole, and usually a womanizer. I watch end enjoy his movies but have no desire to get in...