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Iron Man Armor

Note: The armor in this category is the primary Marvel timeline (Earth-616) and specific to Tony Stark 

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  • 1st appearance of Iron Man
  • 1st cover appearance of Iron Man
  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Model 1' armor
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  • 2nd appearance of Iron Man
  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Model 1' armor, colored gold
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Model II' armor, classic red & gold
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  • Origin of Red Skull
  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Model III,' equipped with what would become his classic Repulsor Rays
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  • Debut of Iron Man's upgraded 'Model IV' armor, an upgrade to battle Happy Hogan as Freak
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Space Armor I,' created to investigate outer space anomalies
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Stealth Armor I,' designed to spy on hostile countries
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  • 1st appearance of Iron Monger
  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Silver Centurion' armor with a different color scheme and a chameleon-type of blend-in effect
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Deep Sea Armor'
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  • 1st appearance of Shatterax, a cybernetically enhanced Kree hunter and member of Starforce
  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Space Armor, Model II' which grants access to Kree Intelligence and simulates fight scenarios
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  • Debut of Tony Stark’s ‘War Machine’ armor, a heavy artillery suit
  • *Tony dons the armor and refers to himself as Iron Man
  • 1st team appearance of the Masters of Silence
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Telepresence Armor,' a suit operated by Tony Stark remotely
  • Anniversary of Iron Man's 30th year with Gold-Foil cover
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Modular Armor' with interchangeable pieces allowing different attachments
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  • Debut of Iron Man's ‘Hulkbuster’ armor, to challenge the Hulk
  • ***includes trading cards
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Model XV' armor, an upgrade of the original model with more powerful weapons
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Arctic Armor,' capable of withstanding sub-zero temperatures
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Model XVI' armor, ultimately a failure due to the power system making Stark sick
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Safe Armor,' briefly used until commandeered by Ultron
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Outer Atmospheric' armor, a low orbit space armor
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'S.K.I.N.' (Synth-Kinetic Interface Nano-fluid) armor
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Tin Man' armor, an overhauled design with considerably improved durability, security and other additions
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Stealth Armor II,' designed specifically to infiltrate Wakanda
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Thorbuster' armor, a hybrid of Iron Man technology and the Asgardian Destroyer armor
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Ablative Armor,' a self-repairing suit capable of impact damage
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Pentagon Armor,' worn while serving as Secretary of Defense
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'High-Gravity' armor, capable of withstanding high gravity environments
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Gamma Radiation' armor, capable of absorbing and redirecting gamma radiation
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Extremis' armor, a combination of nanotech with Stark's advanced armor enhancing the whole but more importantly, giving Tony the power to control his machinery with his thoughts
  • ***cameo of armor still in a suitcase in issue #4
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Hypervelocity' armor which includes among other attributes, a feature that stores the wearer's memory, insight and logic so that it can operate on its own if necessary
  • 1st appearance of Absynthe, capable of hacking Iron Man's armor
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  • Premiere issue of the World War Hulk five-issue limited series continuing from events that occurred in 'Planet Hulk'
  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Hulkbuster II' armor
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Bleeding Edge' armor as used in the Infinity War movie
  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Detroit Steel' armor, a heavy suit with melee and projectile weaponry
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  • 1st team appearance of the Phoenix Force: Cyclops, Emma Frost, Magik, Colossus, Namor
  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Phoenix Killer' armor
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Rebel' armor, mostly scavenged together to battle the Mandarin
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Space Armor III,' less of a combat model and more of an exploration suit
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Model 42' armor, comprised of liquid metal
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Stealth Armor IV,' equipped with light-bending technology to conceal itself
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Heavy' armor, equipped with mini-cannons and increased firepower
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Godkiller' armor, built to avoid nuclear destruction of Earth
  • 1st cameo appearance of Arno Stark as a baby (alternate reality)
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  • Debut of Iron Man modular add-on A and B, extensions of Model 42 from Iron Man #1 (2013)
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Dark Angel' armor, created to fight Malekith and the Dark Elves
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Hulkbuster Mark IV' armor, an upgraded, heavier version of previous models
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Endo-Sym' armor, comprised of liquid smart-metal, inspired by Klyntar symbiotes (armor made a brief cameo in Avengers v.5 #32)
  • 1st appearance of Teen Abomination, son of Happy Hogan exposed to Gamma radiation
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Model Prime' armor, able to adapt to countless situations and conveniently stored in a bracelet on Stark's wrist
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  • Premiere issue of the new Avengers team: Spider-Man (Morales), Vision, Nova (Alexander), Thor (Foster), Captain America (Wilson), Iron Man and Ms. Marvel (Khan)
  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Model 52' armor, designed with more mass and capable of transforming into a car
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Marvel Buster' armor, created to fight Captain Marvel, Carol Danvers
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Space Armor IV,' upgraded to survive extended time in deep space while working with the Guardians of the Galaxy
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Fing Fang Foombuster' armor, a twenty-story tall suit of armor to battle the dragon
  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Nano' armor, a microscopic suit controlled by Stark to attack an enemy internally
  • Debut of Iron Man's standard armor similar to the design worn in the Infinity War movie
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Scooter' armor, capable of transforming from battle suit into a motor scooter
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  • Debut of the Godbuster Armor