Tony Stark is a billionaire industrialist and philanthropist, and as Iron Man, the leader of the Avengers. Iron Man, with the assistance from the Avengers, has traveled to New York City to do battle with Earth’s current threat, Ultron. In the shadows of the New York City skyline and the Brooklyn Bridge, Hulk, Scarlet Witch, Wasp, Hawkeye, Captain America, Thor, Vision, and the Ant-Man on a flying ant are all prepared to join Iron Man in defeating Ultron. This is a battle that Iron Man and the Avengers will undoubtedly win.
Thomas Kinkade Studios proudly presents its newest Marvel Comics collaboration: Iron Man.
Iron Man is the seventh Limited Edition Art release in the Marvel Collection by Thomas Kinkade Studios. Previous titles in the series include Spider-man vs. the Sinister Six, Black Panther, The Avengers, Captain Marvel – Dawn of a New Day, Captain America – Sentinel of Liberty, and X-men.
Iron Man and the Avengers are portrayed in their classic comic book costumes. Joining Iron Man in this battle against Ultron are Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch, Vision, Wasp, and the Ant-Man (who is portrayed flying in on a giant ant).
Nods to key organizations in the Marvel Universe are included in the painting, such as the Stark Industries billboard, referring to Tony Stark’s company founded by his father, Howard Stark.
The Daily Bugle is an integral part of the Marvel Universe, appearing in many Marvel Comics stories, and is even published by Marvel Comics. In addition to the sign bearing the newspaper’s name, can you find the newest edition of the Daily Bugle in this painting?
The Roxxon logo appears in the Manhattan skyline, referencing the infamous petroleum company that first appeared in Captain America #180 in December 1974 and played a role in the storylines of many of the Avengers over the years, including Iron Man, Captain America, Black Panther, and Spider-Man.
Another fictional New York City conglomerate that plays an important role in Marvel Comics, Oscorp, appears in this painting. Can you find the sign for “Osborn Chemicals,” one of Oscorp’s many business names over its sinister history?