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Subj: Re: Iron Man's New Writer Is...DAN SLOTT
Posted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 at 05:13:52 pm EST (Viewed 122 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Iron Man's New Writer Is...DAN SLOTT
Posted: Fri Jan 19, 2018 at 07:03:58 pm EST (Viewed 140 times)

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He doesn't answer what most of these are for Stark, which is what I'm most curious about:


He does answer what Stark's greatest strength is: his mind. So the Mandarin needs a way to cloud it with grief and rage. But Slott doesn't answer what any of the rest of that list is for his version of Stark, so the interview leaves me unsatisfied. Hopefully future interviews will be more elucidating.


Tony responds:

"My greatest strength is my mind,
and it has been undermined and even destroyed many times before;
My greatest fear is losing control of myself and my creations,
a trial which I have suffered before as well;
what I cherish most are the people I love,
and they are all dead or alienated from me;
what I crave above all is a better future,
and the future is something of which you have no part."

Many years ago Tony reflected that he had suffered enough for six lifetimes; and what Plagueis himself considers his greatest strength - the ability to overcome death - his greatest fear - death itself - what he cherishes most - the ability to live forever - and what he craves - a eternal life to expand his power forever - are old-hat and meaningless to Tony.



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