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Entry #11
By: LuxorV

Umbra Armor

This dark armor was developed to confront with psychic opponents. It is faster and more agile than the standard armor, and it features integrated stealth tech, an anti-psychic helmet (like those of Magneto and Juggernaut), and a holo-projector as chest beam.

Gallery : http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=312880

Entry #12
By: Remy DeJoseph

mark IV

This suit I made up is called the mark IV, its Tony starkes biggest and grayest suit, it can do a lot of things


Entry #13
By: Drake Scoville


Every superhero does heavy-duty jobs. You know, things like giant evil robots, destroying evil headquarters, and the occasional radioactive walrus. That's why I designed the IRON HORNET. It comes equiped with everything a superhero could need: Giant missle launcher, steel-crushing claws... Even cupholders. It flys too, at speeds of 150+ mph.

link: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/54389


Entry #14
By: BecTodd

Iron Lebowski

When Tony Stark leanred his nemesis for the Iron Man Movie would be played by Jeff Bridges, he knew he needed special armor to combat him.

The Iron Lebowski Armor is the TRUE "Big Lebowski" - with a bowling ball that can crush cars and shoes that could blind a regiment.

Finding an XXXXXXXL Bowling Shirt stretched Stark's budget to the limit.

Link: http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=314850

Entry #15
By: Dan Main

In a low point of his career Tony Stark had at one point gotten trapped, by a bunch of baddies, in a vending machine warehouse without his armor .  Needless to say there was enough materials on hand to convert one of the soft drink dispensers into a make-shift suit of armor  that was tough enough to ensure his escape,  He keeps it on hand as a memento and an oddity.  It is known as the:

Soda Man Armor

It is capable of increasing his strength by about 2.5 times. due to the jury rigging of the internal systems.
While it cannot withstand bullets, bats are no problem to the polymer/steel armor.


  1. Subsonic beverage canister launcher.  Capable of firing 4 cans a minute.
  2. Disk thrower.  Modifications to the coin return has  provided another non lethal weapon
More pics can be found at :

Entry #16
By: tananavalley

Alamo Armor

Iron Man's Alamo Armor for his last stand. The missile in the middle is the last weapon he fires. Ever.


Entry #17
By: Kile Grant

Iron Man Playset

White and Black Armor: Freeze-Frame
Red and Yellow Armor: Iron Man
Black and Grey Armor: War Machine
Police Officer: Officer Josh
Freeze-Frame tries to get away with an alien sample he stole from Area 51, but Iron Man and War Machine are on his trail.


Entry #18
By: Sam?


It's the Marvel annual barbeque, and Hawk-Eye has offered to do the cooking. So Iron Man has thought it to be wise to bring his latest invention...Robotulism! Equip with portable grill (flamethrower) and a fairly powerful piece of cutting equipment (chainsaw), robotulism can prevent all possible cases of food poisoning caused by un-cooked meat.

Entry #19
By: Joonce

Iron Ninja Armor
The Iron Ninja Armor is built for stealth, speed, and maneuverability.
It comes equipped with a flamethrower and an electromagnet arm and is also adept at using foot techniques.
Designed to withstand extreme stress and temperature, the Iron Ninja Armor is perfect for any mission.


Entry #20
By: Polywen


Iron Man Special Misson Suit.  Designed for low Earth orbit flight, this suit provides extra thrusters for maneuvering.  It's shoulder mounted targeting laser helps pick out targets of invading alien forces.  Once lasers lock onto a target, missiles from any number of nearby Stark Industry Defense Satellites are computer guided in for the kill, making it the ultimate missile commander.

or (Roll over image at left for second view)

Iron Handlebars

I can ride my bike with no handlebars, no handlebars...

...I can guide a missile by satellite
By satellite
By satellite
and I can hit a target through a telescope
Through a telescope
Through a telescope...

Link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/artpoly/

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