All characters portrayed as they are with weaknesses and faults.
Between the fast-paced action, sharp dialogue and gorgeous artwork, The Five Nightmares is easily the best Iron Man collection since Iron Man Vol. 1: Extremis.
While inside the suit it's too easy to forget about the man inside, and outside the suit it just doesn't feel like enough superhero action.
I always come back to this series of Iron Man. It's one of the best, and even better to me than the Extremist series.Published 6 months ago by Karalaine
Definitely liked the comic. Nicely sets up the storyline for the remaining volumes. All characters portrayed as they are with weaknesses and faults. Read morePublished 13 months ago by AW3
I bought this as a gift and he loved it, I would recommend to any comic fan! Must have =]Published 16 months ago by Kindle Customer
I have been reading comics for years but more along the lines of Vertigo and other independent books. Read morePublished 18 months ago by nick ashley
This was a pretty good story. Attempted to be deep; Tony's sense of responsibility for his tech, his people and the world around him. Read morePublished 18 months ago by E. Edwards
I am by no means an Iron Man expert, but this was a very good read. I got it on sale for $3.99, such a steal!Published 19 months ago by Adam
I can't recommend this story enough. It's wonderful. The characterizations are excellent, the whole thing is awesome. It has a good balance of action and thoughtfulness. Read morePublished 19 months ago by A. Trotter