Invincible Iron Man: Ironheart, Volume 1: Riri Williams

Invincible Iron Man: Ironheart, Volume 1: Riri Williams

A new Iron Age begins! From the violent streets of Chicago, an armored hero rises! Clad in her own Iron Man suit, Riri Williams is ready to show the world what she can do as the self-made hero of tomorrow. Her technology just might change the world forever ? if she survives that long! But is she ready for all the problems that come with stepping into Iron Man?s jet boots? A new Iron Age begins! From the violent streets of Chicago, an armored hero rises! Clad in her own Iron Man suit, Riri...

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Title:Invincible Iron Man: Ironheart, Volume 1: Riri Williams
Author:Brian Michael Bendis
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Invincible Iron Man: Ironheart, Volume 1: Riri Williams
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:131 pages pages

Invincible Iron Man: Ironheart, Volume 1: Riri Williams Reviews

  • Renata
    Jul 26, 2017
    There's...a lot to like here, and also...uh...some areas for improvement. I know this isn't a new critique, I saw a lot of similar sentiment expressed when the book first came out, but since I waited for the trade I'm just now chiming in. SO: I know Bendis is one of Marvel's heavie...
  • Craig
    Aug 13, 2017
    I did like it, though as others have mentioned, there's more than a little Miles Morales in Riri Williams... ...
  • Brent
    Aug 17, 2018
    Really big fun, with great art by Caselli. Highly recommended. ...
  • Mike
    Jan 21, 2019
    I absolutely love the attitude coming off Riri - like, takes no shit, gives plenty of it. Not just her attitude but her facial expressions - I swear, Stefanie Caselli must be spending a lot of time around kids (or studying them, in a non-pervy sort of way I?m hoping) because DAMN doe...
  • Jeff Lanter
    Jun 01, 2018
    What happens if you take a young Spider-man and mashed it up with Iron Man? You'd end up with something like this. A younger superhero trying to figure everything out works well and it is believable that if Tony Stark exists, someone else who is a science and engineering prodigy would ...
  • Nick Klagge
    Apr 26, 2019
    I got interested in reading this after reading the more recent Ironheart series written by Eve Ewing. I wanted to see more of the character's backstory, but was a little worried that it would be missing something. I shouldn't have worried, as Bendis is a great writer too. This is well ...
  • Robert Lee
    Feb 19, 2019
    A great start to a new character in the Marvel universe. Bendis does a great job introducing us to Riri Williams. ...
  • Travis Duke
    May 03, 2018
    3.5 but I will push it to 4 for the art and Bendis back as his norm. Its the somewhat origin story of Riri aka Ironheart and its a smooth opener and I felt like Bendis hit the target. The writing is pretty spot on with the balance of getting to know Riri and her family, some good actio...
  • Sesana
    Jul 14, 2017
    I actually liked Riri way better than I thought that I would. She's cute and likable, but she's also almost exactly like (Ultimate) Peter Parker and Miles Morales. Same writer, so I guess some of that comes with the territory. Obviously, this is just a stunt to bide time until Tony ret...
  • Sam Quixote
    Jul 06, 2019
    Tony Stark is in a coma but a new hero is ready to step up into the suit: teenage girl genius Riri Williams is... Ironheart! It took me a while to get around to reading this one because the whole concept felt so contrived and an utterly transparent and eye-rolling attempt at Marvel...
  • Milo (BOK)
    Jul 16, 2017
    A really fun, engaging read that welcomes one of Marvel's strongest new characters in the form of Riri Williams, aka Ironheart, to the Marvel Universe. Brian Michael Bendis is so much better with solo character-centric adventures rather than events as is the case with his Miles Morales...
  • Chris Lemmerman
    Mar 18, 2018
    I was not looking forward to reading this, I'll be honest. What I'd heard about the series wasn't...great, unfortunately. But you know what? I actually really enjoyed this. I'd read some Riri in other titles like Champions, but I was quite curious to see what her background actually wa...
  • Shannon Appelcline
    Jan 26, 2019
    Bendis hits a home run here with another great, young character. I'd seen Riri in other comics, but had never really gotten a sense of her personality, but here it's all laid bare: tragedy, family, and an unflappable optimistic spirit. The plot itself, about fighting the Technogolem...
  • Christina Taylor
    Jul 06, 2018
    I want to live in a world where Pepper Potts is "Rescue" & the genius behind the Iron Man legacy, Commander Carter heads up S.H.I.E.D., and a 15-year old black woman is Tony Stark's successor. We've come a long way, baby! #girlpower #mavericklist #comicslife ...
  • Adam Fisher
    Aug 22, 2017
    I really hope Ironheart will be around for a long time. This Volume really brought a refreshing vision to the character. Seen in the pages of Civil War II, Riri Williams is a super genius. Making her own armored suit and using her own materials and time, she has become the replacement...
  • James DeSantis
    Mar 17, 2018
    Finally got to sit down and read Riri's book after spending a lot of time reading a bunch of comics featuring her or having her in it for a few pages. Verdict? She's pretty damn fun. So this book does a goodjob of setting up who Riri is and why she's a hero. When she was younger do...
  • Frédéric
    Dec 17, 2017
    A Bendis book all the way down: nice and very likeable characters, action, humor, cool dialogues.. All good, but nothing new under the sun really. Genius Riri is intent on being a super hero and starts her new career in her homemade armor before getting Tony's AI (as in Tony downloa...
  • Amy Aelleah
    Oct 09, 2017
    Sadly, I liked the idea of this comic more than the actual finished product. First of all, I've never read any Iron Man comics before so all I know about the character of Tony Stark and the world Iron Man inhabits comes from the movies. That being said, when I heard that Riri Williams ...
  • Stewart Tame
    Jun 10, 2018
    Okay, so Tony Stark is now an AI and Iron Man is a young black girl from Chicago. I tell you, you blink once, and you miss whole reams of Marvel Universe continuity ? Still, this book is pretty fun. Riri is a great character. Bendis writes a very believable teenage genius. With To...
  • Jesse A
    Sep 10, 2018
    Really great start to a series like this. With a younger protagonist there are alot of pitfalls possible but BMB managed to avoid them all. ...
  • Amber
    Oct 13, 2018
    Dear Goodreads, Bendis, and myself, Sorry I took so damn long to read this, I don't know what I was thinking. Perfectly accessible, great art (Riri's expressions are some of the best art I've ever seen), and the story is incredible. (Is that the might of Bendis DC kept hinting at?) ...
  • Chad
    Sep 11, 2017
    First of all, Stefano Caselli has grown into one of the finest artists at Marvel. Now on to Riri. I liked her backstory. Yes, it's all been done before, especially by Bendis. But Bendis is just so damn good at writing these type scenes, these little personal stories. I really enjoyed t...
  • Wing Kee
    May 11, 2017
    Good, but could be better. World: The art is fantastic, it's full of emotion and character allow readers to relate to Riri. The world building here is solid, we have a quick little snippet of Riri's little piece of the MU and also the MU comes and visits her to reorient her into Ton...
  • ellis
    Jun 26, 2019
    this was AMAZING. and the art was soo pretty (if a little same-facey with sharon and pepper) ...
  • Paul E. Morph
    Oct 25, 2017
    Really enjoyed this one, but I do think using the title 'Iron Man' on a book about Ironheart is tantamount to false advertising. Still, good book. ...
  • Natasha
    Jul 25, 2019
    I would literally die for Riri Williams. ...
  • Lulu (the library leopard)
    Jun 22, 2018
    This would have been better if Tony was in it less don't @ me. I love Riri, though. ...
  • Vanshika Prusty
    Dec 27, 2017
    Riri Williams is a complex, fantastic character whose story is more than about being a superheroine; it?s about being a teenager, about being a POC, about being grateful and about being appreciated. It?s a story of our generation, like Ms. Marvel, that celebrates diversity in its b...
  • Lainy122
    Jul 23, 2018
    Finally got around to reading this after months of suspended holds at the library, and omg so worth the wait! The art is incredible, the story is fun but with solid feels, the banter is on point and Riri is the best thing ever. Might not actually wait for volume 2 at the library but...
  • Chelsea 🏳️‍🌈
    Aug 24, 2017
    4 ish stars. So, I've put off reading this series even though it's on my pull list. I own every issue but this is the first time I'm reading them. I've been wary because I heard that Riri has been written the same way most characters tangentially involved with Tony have been written...