Matt Fraction started creating comics with the smaller publishers, like AiT/Planet Lar and IDW Publishing. He is also known for his work on The Five Fists of Science and Casanova, as well as a number of series for Marvel Comics. Fraction is currently working on Marvel's Uncanny X-Men, Thor and Invincible Iron Man, the latter of which led to his consulting work on the set of the film Iron Man 2. He lives in Portland, OR.
Invincible Iron Man - Volume 8: Unfixableby Matt Fraction (Text by), Kelly Sue DeConnick (Text by), John Romita (Illustrator), Andrea Mutti (Illustrator), Salvador Larroca (Illustrator)
Why should Tony Stark be the one to benefit from all of his technology? What right does Stark have to keep his miracles to himself? Doc Ock demands answers--and salvation--from Iron Man. To get Tony Stark's attention, Dr. Octopus serves him notice with a 21-kiloton nuclear device. To force Stark's compliance, he threatens to kill millions of Manhattanites. And to prove Stark's inferiority, he has one impossible request: fix the unfixable.
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- 9 - 18 Years
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I love the idea of a genius super villain jealous and disgusted with the attention that Tony Stark gets. Sadly, the inclusion of Otto Octavious, Dr. Octopus, as that villain makes little sense. Even with some forced retconning, for the story's sake, its still obvious. Otto's machinations are fitting but misguided. Stark's solution was also out of character. The action was lacking here, especially considering characters involved. Pepper's scrap with other members of the Sinister Six was bland. The art was typical of Larroca but his faces are plain weird at times. Overall, the book could've been much better.