Civil War 2 Finale Issue Reveals Iron Man’s Fate
Much like the first of Marvel’s Civil War events, readers expected Civil War 2 to have consequences for its involved teams of heroes. We learned earlier that the events of Civil War 2 led to the alien symbiote associated with Spiderman’s villain Venom to seek out a new host and it seemed that there could be a significant outcome for Tony Stark in the aftermath of his fight with Captain Marvel. While physical affects could still persist, we at least now know Iron Man’s fate in the Civil War 2 finale issue is not fatal.
While we do know that Tony Stark’s armor was destroyed and that he was left in a very injured and comatose state after the battle, it appears that everyone’s favorite genius, billionaire, playboy philanthropist managed to avoid death’s door. According to the image seen above, analysis run by famed X-men member Beast shows that Tony’s past experiments to his body altered his physical being to withstand the damage that would’ve otherwise killed him. We’ve seen Stark augment his body before in the comics with the Extremis virus, which allowed for accelerated healing and improved organs. It is very likely that this combined with other experiments of Stark’s will be his saving grace in this storyline.
It is currently unknown when, or even if, there are plans to have Tony emerge from this coma and recover from his injuries, but Iron Fans will still see an artificial intelligence version of Tony in the Invincible Iron Man comics focused on new Iron Man Riri Williams. What do you guys think? Are you happy to see Iron Man survive the Civil War 2 finale? Let us know in the comments below!
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