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Preview pages for “Iron Man: House of M” Issue Two has posted four preview pages from Issue Two of “Iron Man: House of M,” a miniseries written by Greg Pak with art by Pat Lee. Clck here to view.

Iron Man reviews “Iron Man: House of M” Issue One

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“Greg Pak has an uncanny way of injecting characters with subtle humanity, putting them into out of this world situations while still grounding them in emotion and reality.”

Iron Man review of “Iron Man: House of M” Issue One

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“Greg Pak proves once again why there’s such a buzz in the industry when his name comes up. This stands out as the strongest House of M spinoff concept yet, mainly because it’s not about world domination, it’s not about racism and it’s not even about super-heroes. It’s about a conflict between father and son, and I think most readers will see something of themselves in this incarnation of Tony Stark.”

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“Iron Man: House of M” preview online

Marvel Comics has released a six page preview of “Iron Man: House of M” Issue One, written by Greg Pak and illustrated by Pat Lee. The book goes on sale July 6. The preview can be viewed at

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Interview about “Iron Man: House of M” and “1602: New World” has posted an interview with Greg Pak about his new Marvel Comics miniseries, “Iron Man: House of M” and “1602: New World.” Featuring previews of art from both series.

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“Iron Man: House of M” in trade paperback

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Iron Man: House of M

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Iron Man: House of M

A three issue Marvel Comics miniseries
Written by Greg Pak, art by Pat Lee

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“Based on the story alone, Iron Man: House of M belongs next to Spider-Man: House of M as the mini which uses this reality’s premise most consistently and most interestingly. This is not a Doom or Hulk solo book or a New Avengers/Astonishing X-Men crossover. It’s a book about a racist society and the compromises and dilemmas faced by those trying to survive and/or destroy it. On the strength of his writing here as well as on Phoenix: Endsong Greg Pak deserves to be given a major ongoing title.”
— T. Martin,

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