Greg Pak: Iron Man

IRON MAN: HOUSE OF M is a three issue Marvel Comics miniseries from 2005 written by Greg Pak, art by Pat Lee.

“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, ComixFan.com

TheFourthRail.com review of “Iron Man: House of M” Issue One

From Don MacPherson’s review at TheFourthRail.com

“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.”