Iron Man (1968 1st Series) #276, January 1992 Issue - Marvel Comics

Iron Man (1968 1st Series) #276, January 1992 Issue - Marvel Comics - Grade NM

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1st printing.

This comic book is in new condition. Comic is complete with cover and all pages attached. This comic has very few flaws that warrant a NM grade.

Comic Book will be shipped bagged and boarded!

Story by John Byrne. Art by Paul Ryan and Bob Wiacek.

Black Widow breaks into Stark's house in the middle of the night and wakes him up to ask for his help. He explains about his medical problems, telling her that if he becomes Iron Man he may die, and offers to contact Rhodes to help in his place. However Natasha tells him she needs his brain as much as his armor, and that they have to act within the next 90 minutes to prevent the start of World War III. He suits up as Iron Man and straps a suborbital one manned spaceship to his back for the widow to ride it, and they travel to NORAD. The Col. on duty tells them that they are in the middle of a weapons drill, and that he cannot shut down the automated defenses, but Iron Man successfully penetrates them. As they reach the base's zero zone, Iron Man wonders why they haven't see any sign of Oktober about, wondering if he has been called off, but Natasha tells him this is impossible; only six people knew of the Oktober plan's existence, and even she only learned about it by accident. Iron Man begins to wonder how she would have learned of such a secret operation, but Natasha interrupts him, pointing out they have very little time left. He breaks into the Joshua Room, which houses one manned launch protocols, but notes that it is empty, telling Natasha there is no sign of Oktober; a second later Black Widow knocks him unconscious with a neuro neutralizer, chiding him for assuming Oktober had to be a man. - Marvel Comics

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