It's movie about a fictional character wearing fictional armor...WHO CARES!!!
What if they're going to combine Iron Man 3 with Human Centipede 3, hence the flesh-tones. If so it will have hints of browns here and there soon enough to satisfy you fashion freaks!
we wont complain when the plot is set suit adds a new texture to the fighting scene. its cool!
No. If it were GOLD, there wouldn't be that many complaints.
This thing is skin-tone.
Iron Man's new suit looks like a beef carcass... a robot beef carcass!
Hate it! why did they change it? The armour colour design was good before.
Bring back the red! this is horrible >
Oh Hooray! It's beige... just like my Dr.'s office!!!!
First thought I had was it was his space armor. He has armor for just about everything so why would this be any different. Figure we'll see a few armors. Maybe this armor is what causes tony to become an alcoholic.... Just a thought
Ok, here's one...
This is the suit that gets repurposed for the Iron Patriot/Coldblood 7 Villain.
If you look at st leaked photos online, the abdominal plating looks about right.
I wanna Drink A Milk Biscuit Combined with Strawberry Jam..........DAMN !!!!! >_
...Adding to the above, I don't have as much a problem with this for Iron Man, because it's part of the lore that Stark is always unveiling new versions of the armor for special circumstances. But I do have a problem with the more frivolous change-up of attire between movies for no discernible reason. Like with Thor in Avengers, for example. While there was nothing particularly displeasing about his new armor style in that movie, what exactly was the point in deviating from the perfectly acceptable armor he had in the first Thor film? The new armor is starting to have that "overly ornate just for the sake of being more elaborate" feel to it. If they keep this up, he'll be looking more like Karas (the anime character) than Thor in his next movie!
I'm not really a fan of how the producers of these super hero movies keep feeling the need to change up the costumes with each movie sequel. What was wrong with the original costume? It, like so many original movie iterations of hero suits, generated the feel of the original while translating it sufficiently enough into a realistic rendition of the classic attire. Once that's established, why must they continue to "up the ante" in every new film? All this does is create a one-upping mentality that will eventually result in the suit having something unforgivably retarded on it, like nipples with the Batman costume, or ridiculously cheesy ornamentation, like all those later iterations of the Batmobile.
I can understand Tony Stark tinkering with updated version of the Iron Man suit to fit different specialties or circumstances, but when it comes to the primary costume, leave well enough alone. ...Or, in this case, cool enough alone.
Did Tony build this suit out of early nineties computer cases?
The beige is just horrendous to me. It's probably supposed to be gold, or some mix of his flesh as well as the gold if it is the Extremis armor, but it just looks like a Macintosh Plus paint job...
As I look at this picture I notice the color is off for the whole shot. The gold on the other two armors is very greenish. Still there's just not enough red in this.
if they reverse the color scheme it might look sort of okay.
I don't think we need a new costume for every single movie. Maybe that's just me.
it seriously looks like it belongs in space, look at the reinforced joints, and the gauntlets, imagine the suit reflecting solar radiation and heat. If Marvel can pull off Thanos and an Infinity Wars story for avengers 2, the first hero to be space prepped will be Tony.
i guess they're taking Iron Man's moniker "The Golden Avenger" literally this time around?
definitely not liking it though.
its just the armor with more gold than red
No, everyone knows the evil clone has a goatee. If the regular has a goatee, then the evil clone just has a goatee on their goatee.
Okay, first of all, there was no Golden Age Iron Man. Second, have you seen the Silver Age versions? Do any of them look like this? No.
I just threw up a little
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