I’m Iron Man, Tony Stark: A Tribute from 2008 to 2019
Iron Man is a fictional superhero who appears in American comics by Marvel Comics. This role was co-produced by writer and editor Stan Lee, who was designed by screenwriter Larry Lieber and designed by artists Don Heck and Jack Kirby. The character appeared for the first time in Tales of Suspense # 39 (cover March 1963) and was honored in Ironman 1.
Tony Stark announced “I’m Iron Man” before he broke his fingers and used the Infinity Stones to disperse and disperse his army. This moment is at the height of the film’s final battle. Thanos thinks he has all Infinity Stones and said, “I’m indestructible.” Tony followed him like Tony and said, “And I’m Iron Man,” before he broke his fingers and ended the war.
The line of dialogue is noteworthy because it mentioned Tony’s announcement at the end of “Iron Man,” the original story of 2008 that launched the MCU. There was complete silence in the hall when Ironman said, “I’m Iron Man.” And he died, leaving the fans in tears and sadness, which made the emotional scene more critical.
Ironman’s 10-year journey ended with a moment that was truly amazing for fans of all wonders.