In order to capture evil villains, portable capturing devices known as "Disks" were developed. However, thanks to Loki's machinations, both villains and heroes are sealed up in these Disks and scattered around the world. Amid the chaos, five youths obtained the power to restore these Disks-sealed heroes through a program called "Biocode." These youths received five Disks that Spider-Man, who narrowly escaped being sealed himself, retrieved. Thus, these five can restore Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Hulk, and Wasp — the Avengers.
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Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers - Iron Man's armor in other media - Netflix
The armor worn by the Marvel Comics character Iron Man has appeared in many types of media since it debuted along with Tony Stark in Tales of Suspense #39 (March 1963). It has most notably been featured in the live-action films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Robert Downey, Jr. portraying Tony Stark.
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In the animated series, Avengers Assemble, Iron Man battles alongside the other Avengers. Iron Man reveals that he has made numerous armors in the episode “The Avengers Protocol Part 2”. In season 2, his main armor looks slightly modified, with smaller shoulder plates and a more “movie-style” detailed helmet. Its prehensile capabilities are shown more prominently and now it has a suitcase module. It is currently unknown which model is this suit: Mark XLIX Armor (First seen in “The Avengers Protocol Part 1”) Mark L Armor (His main armor, its design is similar to the Mark XLIX Armor) (First seen in “The Avengers Protocol Part 2”) “Rubber Ducky” Armor (Undersea armor) (First seen in “Depth Charge”) “Herald” Armor (Actually the Mark L seemingly infused with cosmic powers by Galactus) (First seen in “Guardians and Space Knights”) Mark I Armor (First seen in “Exodus” as part of the show's incarnation of the “Iron Legion”) “Hulkbuster” Armor (First seen in “Exodus” as part of the show's incarnation of the “Iron Legion”) War Machine Armor (First seen in a cameo appearance in “The Avengers Protocol Part 1”, later remote controlled in “Exodus” as part of the show's incarnation of the “Iron Legion”) Iron Patriot Armor (Probably retrieved after Norman Osborn became the Green Goblin again in “Ultimate Spider-Man”) (First seen in “Exodus” as part of the show's incarnation of the “Iron Legion”) Stealth Armor (Black and gold armor, resembling Iron Man's Marvel NOW! armor from the comics) (First seen in “Exodus” as part of the show's incarnation of the “Iron Legion”) Undersea Armor II (A new, dark colored armor resembling the Mark XXXVII “Hammerhead” from Iron Man 3) (First seen in “Beneath the Surface”) Iron Kid Armor (An armor worn by the de-aged Tony, based on designs he made when he was 8 years old. It resembles a small version of his classic armor with the horned visor.) (First seen in “The Age of Tony Stark”) Silver Centurion Armor (An adaptation of the classic red/silver armor from the comics and the Mark XXXIII from Iron Man 3.) (First seen in the Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. episode “Wheels of Fury”) Asgardian Buster Armor (An armor which resembles Stark's Uru Armor from the 2011 crossover event “Fear Itself”. It was taken over by Ultron.) (First seen in “Avengers Disassembled”) A red/gold armor that resembles the Mark VI from Iron Man 2, which was under the control of Ultron. (First seen in “Avengers Disassembled”) A red/gold armor that resembles the Marvel NOW! Space Armor MK III from the comics. It was controlled by Ultron against the Avengers. (First seen in “Avengers Disassembled”) Mark II (A metallic silver armor, where the design of his current armor probably came from, also with prehensile capabilities.) (First seen in “Terminal Velocity”) “New Frontiers” Armor (A massive, enormous armor resembling Ultimate Iron Man's armor from the Ultimate Comics, which even though untested, was deployed to face Thanos head-on.) (First seen in “Avengers World”) New “Hulkbuster” Armor (A nearly identical armor to the Mark XLIV from Avengers: Age of Ultron, repainted green and grey by Bruce Banner to battle the Steel Corps. During the episode “World War Hulk” it is shown Iron Man had made each Avenger (except for Thor) their own variation, meant to work with their personal abilities.) (First seen in “Dehulked” and later in “Seeing Double” with its proper colors) Omega Armor (A black, red and gold armor that Tony Stark is supposed to build in the future, in Kang's timeline.) (First seen in “Into the Future”) A blue heavy-duty armor resembling the Mark XXXVIII “Igor” from Iron Man 3. (First seen in the Guardians of the Galaxy episode “Stayin' Alive”) “Marsha” (“Marsha” is a copper-colored truck modified by Stark to transform into a blocky, robotic armor, while he was hiding in No-Tech Land.) (First seen in the episode “Beyond”) “Secret Wars” Armor (Stark's main armor in season 4. It looks like an amalgamation of Iron Man's armors from Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War, with heavy artillery, fully retractable helmet and a holographic assembly system.) (First seen in the episode “Underworld”)
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