Iron Man (2020-) #3 by Christopher Cantwell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I’ve read a LOT of Iron Man and this is really, really good Iron Man.
Tony is not in a good place, and, arguably, Tony’s at his most interesting when he’s not in a good place. He’s feeling completely detached from regular people and this is clearly leading him towards a state of mind not too far away from that of Homelander in The Boys (although, thankfully, he’s got a long way to go before he ends up like that and Patsy Walker is here to keep his head straight).
The art is gorgeous and I’m loving the use of classic Iron Man villains like the Unicorn and Blizzard.
This is a beautiful, well written comic and I thoroughly recommend checking out this run.