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April 17th, 2010

Iron Man: Extremis Motion Comic Review and Panel Discussion

Abstract:
An adaptation of a popular 2005 Iron Man story from writer Warren Ellis and artist Adi Granov, the plot revolves around a military-sponsored nanotechnology serum called Extremis. When the serum is taken by an anti-government militia man, Tony Stark must become Iron Man to stop him. Unfortunately for Tony, when he is defeated he must use the Extremis serum himself to save his life. As a result of taking the serum, Tony gains significantly advanced strength and agility, but he also becomes more aggressive.

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