Iron Man: Armored Adventures, Vol. 1
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That said, this much-anticipated DVD collection represents the latest series airing on NickToons in the USA and TeleToon up in Canada. Genius Entertainment is the company behind the Iron Man: Armored Adventures - Volume 1 release on both DVD and Blu-ray.
While many fans of the 1994 Iron Man the Animated Series were hoping for an official Marvel release due to the popularity of the 2008 live action feature film, it was this NickToons version of the franchise that was spawned to meet the demand. It should also be noted that while the Iron Man - The Complete Animated Series is for sale in its entirety here at Amazon, it is not an official Region 1 release.
Additionally this program is in no way affiliated with the 2007 animated feature The Invincible Iron Man from Lion's Gate.
Both the DVD and Blu-ray versions of the Armored Adventures, Volume 1 arrive on a single disc collection on October 20th (or 27th, depending on who you ask) with a total runtime of 132 minutes for the first 6 episodes of the animated show.
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Maybe that's because I wasn't ever that big a fan of Tony Stark. Until Robert Downey, Jr. got his mitts on the character, I saw Stark as a smug, egotistical genius industrialist/superhero. In the comic books, I feel he got what he deserved in the aftermath of the Skrully Secret Invasion. Still, I can appreciate that what made Stark so interesting is what's been stripped away in this cartoon series. The adult Stark trotted out several weaknesses which humanized him to his readers. First, Iron Man's roots go back to a near-fatal injury. When Stark was kidnapped during an explosion in Stan Lee's original story, a shrapnel had penetrated his flesh, threatening to puncture his heart. A magnetic device was implanted in his chest to keep this shrapnel at bay, and this device became the first component in the Iron Man armor. Stan Lee gave us an irresistible dichotomy: on the outside, an invincible warrior encased in a hi-tech exoskeleton; except that this armor in fact housed a man with a severely weak heart.Read more ›
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It took 43 years (my time)... Iron Man Armored Adventures presents Tony Stark as a teenager and confronts two of the worst enemies to have (neither of whom are teachers nor... Read morePublished on May 30, 2013 by Marcus Smith
Unfortunately the disc appears to be scratched or marred - the third episode keeps stopping during play. Read morePublished on January 8, 2012 by Susan Stoll
my grandsons loves watching movies , this only one of the movies i bought for them. and belive me my 4 and 5 year old boys love it.Published on November 9, 2011 by brighteyes
Very inexpensive for the price. I will continue to search for & purchase other DVDs from this vendor in the future.Published on July 11, 2011 by nhsetsutamiu
I was happy with the delivery time of the dvd and the package when it arrived. I was surprised that I enjoyed watching the dvd as much as my 3 year old grandson. Read morePublished on October 30, 2010 by Tootsie
Ever since Spider-Man The New Animated Series: Season One was cancelled I've been waiting for another series with the same cell shaded look. This series fits the bill. Read morePublished on January 2, 2010 by ashertopia
Great fun! I grew up watching the Iron man cartoons on the 1960's. This reboot of Iron Mna provides fun for a new generation while staying treu to the original. Read morePublished on November 15, 2009 by 70s dude
This DVD did not have closed caption or subtitle to allow deaf people like me to enjoy it. Am disappointed.Published on October 25, 2009 by The Far Side