So I've just read Iron Man #13. This time the story circles on lots of stuff we should know about the controversial Marvel character. I just read the story once and just found out that Iron Man was also guilty of what Speedball is accused of right now. He was with the Secretary of Defense offering Tony Stark, yes, Iron Man's real identity, the role of being the leader for S.H.I.E.L.D. It was also mentioned on the story that a plane crashed and caused a lot of casualties and Iron Man was to blame. It only happened that a bigger tragedy occured and that was the Stamford explosion that's why people's attention were drawn away from the tragedy Iron Man caused.
So the big question now is, why should Iron Man be offered the responsibility of being the leader of SH.I.E.L.D.? Shouldn't he be also involved in the training of superheroes? I don't know why I hate Iron Man but I never really liked him. Yeah this is fiction but you get to hate a fictional character too, right?
Damn, Iron Man should be in jail too. He's supporting something he's not sure and righteous of. Just get a copy of your Iron Man #13 and read all about the damn story about the "hero".