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Iron Man

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English: Iron Man
Synonyms: Ironman
Japanese: アイアンマン


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 1, 2010 to Dec 17, 2010
Premiered: Fall 2010
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Other
Genres: Action, Mecha, Drama
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.181 (scored by 8,986 users)
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Ranked: #70622
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Popularity: #2804
Members: 20,548
Favorites: 23
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Tony Stark, CEO of a large weapons manufacturer, physicist, engineer, and brilliant inventor, is wounded by shrapnel from one of his own weapons. While held captive by terrorists, he develops the Iron Man Suit and escapes. From that day on, he vows not to waste his second chance at life and to change the world for the better. For that purpose, he comes to Japan.

In Lab 23 in Japan, great strides have been taken to develop, and build, a unique power station which does not run on fossil fuels, the Arc Station. Stark intends to join this project, and, for that, he is ready to announce his retirement as Iron Man. At the same time, he will also announce the Mass-produced Iron Men, to which he will pass on his duties. However, during the ceremonies, Stark is suddenly attacked by combat mecha belonging to an organization known as Zodiac.


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Characters & Voice Actors

Sakurai, Nagato
Yamanoi, Jin
Potts, Virginia
Oka, Hiroe
Ishizuka, Unshou
Yinsen, Ho
Hirata, Hiroaki
Inoue, Marina


Koike, Takeshi
Director, Mechanical Design
Satou, Yuuzou
Mima, Masafumi
Sound Director
Shimizu, Kenichi
Episode Director, Storyboard, Assistant Animation Director, Key Animation

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"Activation" by Takahashi Tetsuya

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"The Fight Never Ends" by Takahashi Tetsuya

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Feb 23, 2011
gunlocksp (All reviews)
This is my first-ever review on an anime... but this anime is sooo bad and disappointing that I really need to say something about it...

Let's see... when I first heard of an Iron Man anime, I was REALLY excited to say the least - especially with the first Iron Man movie (which totally blows my mind)
Then I started watching it... all 12 episodes and let me tell you this, if someone ever hands you this anime and tell you to watch it... DON'T!!!...

I will only review on the story itself... not the mediocre art, not the badass music nor the terrible character... read more
Apr 29, 2013
HybridMedia (All reviews)
As you may know, I’m not one of those people that get pessimistic about the Marvel/Madhouse collaboration anime series. It’s a bit of a head scratcher and it does seem like a good idea at the time to introduce an American comic book character to Japanese audiences in anime form and since the Iron Man movies and Marvel itself has been in full popularity, it would make sense for them to cash in or foray into anime territory. Now seeing that this is the first of the Marvel Anime that ran, you figure this would be a new experience to me, but it isn’t since read more
Jan 11, 2011
pippoz (All reviews)
I have to say, when i started this anime I wasn't expecting too much. I've seen the old 90's American Cartoon and while horribly cheesey, it does live up to the comic book, even with his super powered mullet. Then there is the current horrible series airing on Nick now, Iron Man : Armored Adventures, which to say the least... stinks. Its full of huge plot holes, but hey its something for kids?

Ah, So to the Review...
I rather enjoyed it. For a reader of the Iron Man comics, its probably going to make you want to die a little, but its still enjoyable. I think read more
Jan 9, 2011
urbankid101 (All reviews)
First of all, reader must know that REVIEWS BY PEOPLE WHO HAVEN'T WATCHED THE WHOLE ANIME IS VOID. Knowing this, i will try my best to enlighten you with a great review of what this anime accomplished. You have to understand that making iron man into an anime is no easy task. There have been millions of comics, tons of cartoons, and two movies about iron man so making something genuine will be very difficult. However, the people responsible for the script and construction of this anime, in collaboration with marvel; did a very good job in making this anime as unique as it can read more


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