RikerDonegal December 9, 2015
Almost no action, but plenty of story and some of it comes with a dark, cynical undercurrent.
We open with a dream sequence, which gives us some insight into our hero's state of mind following events in recent issues.
Focus then shifts to a motley collection of supporting characters, united for the first time to 'help' Iron Man.
But, remarkably, the script makes it clear that there's very practical reasons for this 'assistance' which gives the group a mildly sordid shading.
Something that only gets more pronounced when the group goes up against Tony in the final scene.