Ironheart is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character was created by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Mike Deodato Jr., and made her first appearance in Invincible Iron Man #7 (July 2016). She is the daughter of Tony Stark, the original Iron Man, and his late ex-wife, Dr. Amanda Armstrong. Riri Williams is a 15-year-old genius inventor who enrolls in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she builds her own suit of armor, dubbing herself Ironheart. She goes on to become a member of the Champions and an Avenger. Ironheart has appeared in various media, including animated television series and video games.
It looks like Marvel’s desperately continuing to try and keep themselves relevant, as according to Tennis Baseline, the young player Coco Gauff has an illustration of herself on an issue of Iron Man, where diversity checkbox character Riri Williams’ Ironheart makes an appearance: It’s a bird; it’s a plane—no, it’s Coco Gauff! The American teenager […]
Marvel is making some scheduling changes again. According to THR, Loki is still on track for its October release but everything else is moving and some projects are even getting a name change. After Loki’s debut on October 6th, the next thing out will now my What If…?! season 2 sometime around Christmas. Echo, the Hawkeye spinoff series, was originally planned for late November but […]
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As reported in multiple media outlets in recent weeks, Disney has delayed the release of Ironheart on Disney+ at least in part due to the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. While this may be bad news for MCU junkies, it may be good news for investors looking for a good deal. Once a hot book, the