• The Iron Man Collection

  • Marvel's Iron Man, Marvel's Iron Man 2, and Marvel's Iron Man 3
  • By: Marvel Press
  • Narrated by: Will Damron
  • Length: 7 hrs and 19 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (143 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

All three Iron Man novelizations in one volume!

In Marvel's Iron Man, billionaire Tony Stark is kidnapped by terrorists intent on forcing him to build a weapon of mass destruction. Instead he constructs an advanced suit of armor and makes a daring escape, vowing to protect the world as Iron Man. Will his superhero shell be enough to stop a villain bent on destruction, or will Tony's days as Iron Man be his last?

In Marvel's Iron Man 2, everyone's favorite superhero, Tony Stark, returns with a brand-new high-tech suit of armor to save the world. This time Stark takes on such vile villains as Whiplash and Justin Hammer to keep his technology safe.

Marvel's Iron Man 3, spinning out of the events of Marvel's Iron Man 2 and Marvel's The Avengers, is the next chapter in the life of billionaire inventor Tony Stark, otherwise known as the invincible Iron Man!

©2105 Marvel Press (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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good story, bad performance

The stories were good but the performance was kind of boring, it needed more enthusiasm.

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Really good retelling of the trilogy! (For the most part)

This narrator gives a lively performance of three great novelizations of the Iron Man films. The books do a good job of recapturing the stories of the films, apart from the third one, which for some reason makes weird changes to the climactic battle and aftermath...
Again, other than that, it is a great collection and worthy tribute to Iron Man himself!!!

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good book

it was a good book even though it was a combination of the young adult novels. the reading was ok for the books. I would definitely recommend the book to marvel comic fans.

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Interesting junior novelization of the movies.

Cuts out some stuff and adds other things that weren't in the movies to make a slightly different version of all three stories. Certainly not a straight up novelization of the movies, but good in its own way as a standalone retelling that really used the movies as a guide for overall story. Very nicely done. Might've been better if the movie actors had done the reading, but there's probably a good reason why they didn't. Even helps fill in a couple odd gaps in the movies stories. The legend of the iron man as told by Tony's friend in the cave, for instance. That wasn't in the movie, if I remember correctly.

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Ruins the movies

The first book wasn't bad. It stuck very close to the source material, the narrator's accents were just painful. The second started to go more off-script and was listenable. The third is the worst book I've ever listened to. Completely changed and ruined the story, very repetitive language, narrator improved his British accent slightly.

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Loved it

I really enjoyed this. Some of it was vague but I’ve seen the movie, so I could fill in the blanks

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Thought it was the comics.

This is just the movies read outlout as if they were books. not what I was expecting. The narrator was okay though.

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