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Rather than blow us away with the hand-drawn Iron Man showcased in the trailer, Tony’s titular armor is computer generated, as are most of the inorganic elements like automobiles, buildings, and the members of the Zodiac.

The cg isn’t badly integrated, but because of the strange character design, interaction between the two elements is jarring and needs to be adjusted to.

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I admit I am a nerd and lust after jocks as it were, but was wondering if such a relationship is possible between what is basically two polar opposites.

At Comic Con 2009, Marvel announced four comic-book properties that would see translation into an anime format by Madhouse, one of the largest studios, and probably one of the more eminent producers to casual audiences.

The studio has been behind critically acclaimed hits like, and the CLAMP shows no one likes to remember.

Tony is ripped away from all of the characters and relationships that help set him apart from other business tycoons in the comic-verse and is transplanted into what general Western audiences think of when they hear the word ‘anime.’ As a result, Tony’s character feels like it’s missing something very important, and the show misses the mark.

If this is a banner of what’s to come for the next three shows in the pipeline, time may be better spent elsewhere.

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