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Easy Iron Man Comics Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers

Free Iron Man Comic book trivia quiz questions with answers.

 

Easy Iron Man Comics Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers

Who is Iron Man?
A: Iron Man (Tony Stark) is a fictional superhero character, who appears in media produced by Marvel Comics.

Who created the character Iron Man?
A: He was created by writer-editor Stan Lee, developed by scripter Larry Lieber, and designed by artists Don Heck and Jack Kirby.

Where was Anthony Edward Stark born?
A: Long Island.

Who were Tony's parents?
A: Wealthy industrialist and head of Stark Industries, Howard Stark, and his wife Maria Stark.

At what age did Stark enter MIT?
A: 15.

What happened to Stark's parents?
A: They were killed in a car accident.

What did Tony study at MIT?
A: Electrical engineering.

 

What degrees did Tony receive from MIT?
A: Master's degrees in electrical engineering and physics.

Where did Iron Man make his first appearance?
A:  In Tales of Suspense #39 (March 1963).

Iron Man has been adapted for several animated what?
A: TV shows and films.

The character is portrayed by Robert Downey, Jr. in what live action film?
A:  Iron Man (2008).

In 1963, Stan had been thinking about creating a businessman what?
A: Superhero.

Stan wanted to create the "quintessential capitalist", a character that would go against what?
A: The spirit of the times and Marvel's readership.

Stan made the new character a wealthy, glamorous what?
A: Ladies' man.

 

Who did Stan base Tony Stark's playboy's looks and personality on?
A: Howard Hughes.

Stan wanted to write the story himself, but a minor deadline emergency forced him to hand over the premiere issue to whom?
A: Lieber, who fleshed out the story.

Who was the art split between?
A: Kirby and Heck.

What color was the character's original costume?
A: Gray.

The gray suit was replaced by a golden version in what issue?
A: Issue #40, April 1963.

The armor was redesigned as sleeker, red-and-golden armor in what issue?
A: Issue #48, Dec. 1963.

Who did Iron man battle in his premiere?
A: Communist Vietnamese agents.

 

Iron Man was a founding member of what superhero team?
A: The Avengers.

Iron Man has since appeared in every what?
A: Subsequent volume of the series.

In the original 1963 story, in what war was Tony Stark injured?
A: The Vietnam War.

In the 1990s,the story was changed to having Tony injured in what conflict?
A: The first Gulf War.

The story was later updated to be the war in what?
A: Afghanistan.

The original Iron Man title explored what kind of themes?
A:  Cold War themes.

After issue #99 (March 1968), the Tales of Suspense series was renamed to what?
A: Captain America.

 

An Iron Man story appeared in what one-shot comic?
A:  Iron Man and Sub-Mariner (April 1968).

The Golden Avenger made his solo debut with what title?
A: The Invincible Iron Man #1 (May 1968).

Writer David Michelinie co-plotter/inker Bob Layton, and penciler John Romita, Jr. became the creative team on the series with what Iron Man issue?
A: Iron Man #116 (Nov. 1978).

Micheline and Layton established Tony Stark's alcoholism with what story?
A:  "Demon in a Bottle".

The also introduced several supporting characters, including Stark's what?
A: Bodyguard girlfriend Bethany Cabe.

Another new character they created was Stark's personal pilot and confidant with what name?
A: James Rhodes.

Micheline and Layton also introduced the concept of Stark's specialized what?
A: Armors.

After Michelinie and Layton's departed, who became the new writer of the series and had Stark relapse into alcoholism?
A: Dennis O'Neil.

The initial series ended with what issue?
A: Issue #332 (Sept. 1996).

Jim Lee, Scott Lobdell, and Jeph Loeb authored a second volume of the series which was drawn primarily by whom?
A:  Whilce Portacio and Ryan Benjamin.