Series: Iron Man, Tales of Suspense 1959 series

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Fantastic Firsts by Stan Lee39
Son of Origins of Marvel Comics by Stan Lee39
Essential Iron Man, Volume 1 by Stan Lee39-72
Iron Man Omnibus, Vol. 1 by Stan Lee39-83
Bring Back the Bad Guys by Stan Lee50
Marvel Masterworks, Volume 045: The Invincible Iron Man (From Tales of Suspense Nos.51-65) by Stan Lee51-65
Captain America: Red, White & Blue by Paul Dini55
Marvel Masterworks, Volume 065: The Invincible Iron Man (From Tales of Suspense Nos.66-83 & Tales to Astonish No.82) by Stan Lee66-83
Essential Iron Man, Volume 2 by Stan Lee73-99
The Iron Man Omnibus, Vol. 2 by Stan Lee84-99
Marvel Masterworks, Volume 077: The Invincible Iron Man (From Tales of Suspense Nos.84-99, Iron Man & Sub-Mariner No.1 & The Invincible Iron Man No.1) by Stan Lee84-99

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  1. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 014: Captain America (From Tales of Suspense Nos.59-81) by Stan Lee (1990)
  2. Essential Iron Man, Volume 3 by Archie Goodwin (2008)
  3. Essential Fantastic Four, Volume 1 by Stan Lee (1998)
  4. Essential Avengers, Volume 1 by Stan Lee (1998)
  5. Marvels by Kurt Busiek (1994)
  6. Secret Wars by Jim Shooter (1996)
  7. Invincible Iron Man, Vol. 3: World's Most Wanted, Book 2 by Matt Fraction (2010)
  8. Essential Marvel Team-Up, Vol. 1 by Roy Thomas (2002)
  9. Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. by Jim Steranko (1979)
  10. Essential Iron Man, Vol. 4 (Marvel Essentials) by Gerry Conway (2010)
  11. Essential Spider-Man, Volume 6 by Gerry Conway (2004)
  12. The Mighty Avengers, Vol. 1: The Ultron Initiative by Brian Michael Bendis (2007)
  13. Invincible Iron Man, Vol. 2: World's Most Wanted, Book 1 by Matt Fraction (2009)
  14. Marvel: Five Fabulous Decades of the World's Greatest Comics by Les Daniels (1991)
  15. Essential Howard The Duck by Steve Gerber (2002)

Series description

Books collecting Iron Man's stories from the first Marvel Comics Tales of Suspense series, which ran from 1959 until 1968.

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