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    Reviews - Iron Man - #86

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A classic tale! - longthorn
I still remember this on the wrack at my local department store when I picked it up. I was still getting the idea of comic and who was who down at the time. This cover just called to me. It had everything a kid would want. The Blizzard instantly became one of my favorite villains. I loved his costume, and how he used ice powers to a level beyond what I saw before. The ending splash page said it all; you killed Iron Man! I couldn’t wait until the next issue. I never saw the Blizzard really used well again after that, mostly as a flunky for some other master villain. To this day I think he could be used better. Again his costume was classic. I made big posters of the covers of this issue and the follow up comic that hang on my wall today! I give it five stars.

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