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Marvel Reveals Iron Man's God Armor (And His Biggest Threat)

Warning! Spoilers for Iron Man #14 below

The long-teased god-like upgrade for Iron Man has finally happened. In the latest issue of Iron Man's ongoing series from Marvel Comics, Tony Stark has absorbed the Power Cosmic and transformed into the most powerful version of the hero ever. However, with his new powers comes a threat of equal god-like proportion, as the villain Korvac also received a similar upgrade.

In the current Iron Man series by Marvel Comics, Tony Stark's main arc has featured him attempting to stop Korvac from boarding Galactus' worldship, Taa II, and stealing the Power Cosmic for himself. While being temporarily sidelined during his mission, the Living Tribunal teleported him across the galaxy to stop the villain before it was too late. But, unfortunately, Korvac managed to gain the Power Cosmic, leading Iron Man to have no choice but to tap into the power himself. Now, readers learn what really happened when Stark exposed himself to the powerful transformative energies.

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In Iron Man #14 by Christopher Cantwell, Cafu, Angel Unzueta, Frank D'Armata, and VC's Joe Caramagna, Tony Stark's transformation into becoming a god is underway. Iron Man jumps through his subconscious in a dream-like state where he confronts his past, including his childhood, time with the Avengers, and Korvac. Then, after determining he wants to be in charge and use his new powers for good, he awakens in his new god-like form. However, Iron Man isn't the only character in the Marvel Universe to experience such a transformation.

While Iron Man emerges in his new silver armor, Korvac soon becomes a god himself. However, the villain has opposite intentions with his new powers. Despite admitting he was starting to doubt and lose faith in whether his transformation would be possible, Korvac emerges from Galactus' worldship by saying he intends to beatify every "facet of this universe." Seeing himself as a savior, Korvac believes his powers will help him heal the cosmos. But, in reality, his true purpose seems to be gaining as much power and control as possible.

The comic sets the stage for an epic face-off between Iron Man and Korvac, where they will use their god-like powers to try to stop each other. Recent Iron Man #15 previews have teased Tony Stark's new god armor will allow him to throw planets. So for readers hoping to see a massive cosmic battle between the two newly powered rivals, it appears Marvel is about to give you your money's worth. Iron Man #14 is in comic book stores now.

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