World According to Iron Man
Whether it's juggling girlfriends, battling super-villains, or running a billion-dollar business, Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, is always close to the action. In "The World According to Iron Man," Stark reveals the secrets of his Super Hero multitasking with insider tips on running Stark Industries, a step-by-step guide to building an Iron Man suit, pointers on dealing with despots like the Mandarin, and much, much more. Filled with original illustrations, "The World According to Iron Man" also comes with a wealth of fun removable items, including Iron Man suit schematics, Tony Stark's degrees from M.I.T. and Avengers identity card, and an exclusive poster. (c) 2015 MARVEL
Larry Hama is a writer, penciller, editor, and actor who has worked in comics, television, and film. He is best known for his work as the writer of Marvel's GI Joe and Wolverine comics, in the 1980s and 1990s, respectively. He has also written, edited, or drawn for "The Avengers," "Nth Man," "The 'Nam," "Conan," "Batman," "Wonder Woman," "Bizarre Adventures," "X-Men," "Spider-Man," "Daredevil," and dozens more. His illustrations and cartoons have appeared in "National Lampoon," "Esquire," "New York," and "Rolling Stone." His most recent novel is "The Death of Captain America." He has appeared on Broadway in Sondheim's "Pacific Overtures" and on TV in "M*A*S*H, ""Saturday Night Live," and "Another World." Marc Sumerak is an Eisner Award- and Harvey Award-nominated comic book writer and editor. Over the past decade and a half, Sumerak has contributed to countless tales of today's most popular characters, including the Avengers, Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, and the X-Men. His work has been published by Marvel Comics, DC Comics, IDW, and many others. Mirco Pierfederici began his career in the Italian comics business working as an inker and colorist before being hired by Marvel as a cover and interior artist. He now works exclusively for Marvel, drawing titles such as "The Avengers," "Wolverine," "X-Men," and "Marvel Zombies." He also illustrated a graphic novel adaptation of the original "Tron" movie. He lives in Senigallia, Italy.