Iron Man, real name Anthony "Tony" Edward Stark, is a character from Marvel Comics. He previously fought Lex Luthor in the 46th episode of Death Battle, Iron Man VS Lex Luthor and later fought Batman in an episode of One Minute Melee. He also fought Mega Man X in the first episode of DBX Season Two.
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- Iron Man vs Android 17 (Abandoned)
- Iron Man VS Astro Boy
- Batman vs Iron Man (Completed)
- Iron Man vs Ben Tennyson
- Iron Man vs Claire Harvey
- Cross vs Iron Man
- Iron Man vs Cyborg
- Iron Man vs Cyborg Superman
- Iron Man VS Darth Vader (Completed)
- Iron Man vs. Deoxys
- Iron Man vs Dr. Eggman
- Dexter vs. Iron Man (Abandoned)
- Emmet vs Iron Man (Completed)
- Erza Scarlet VS Iron Man (Completed)
- Genos vs. Iron Man
- Goku vs Iron Man
- Green Arrow vs Iron Man (Completed)
- Iron Man vs Green Lantern
- Issei VS Iron Man
- Lex Luthor vs. Iron Man (Fanon Version)
- Mario vs Iron Man (Abandoned)
- Iron Man vs. Master Chief
- Iron Man vs Max Steel
- Ryuko Matoi vs Iron Man
- Iron Man vs Mega Man
- Iron Man Vs Mega Man X
- Iron Man vs Metal Sonic
- Morrigan Aensland vs Iron Man (Completed)
- Optimus Prime vs Iron Man
- Iron Man vs Raiden
- Ryuko Matoi vs Iron Man (Completed)
- Saitama vs. Iron Man
- Iron Man vs Samus Aran
- Sonic Vs Iron Man (Completed)
- Steve ( Minecraft ) vs Iron Man (Completed)
- Iron Man vs Superman
- Iron Man vs. Scrooge McDuck (Abandoned)
- Iron Man VS Tails The Fox
As MCU Iron Man
With Captain America
With War Machine
- Iron Man and War Machine vs Android's 17 and 18 (Completed)
With the Avengers
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- Wins: 6
- Losses: 5
- Draws: 0
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The son of Howard Stark, billionaire playboy Tony Stark inherited his father's company Star Enterprises and was one of America's lead weapons manufacturers. But that all changed when Stark got shrapnel embedded in his heart while captured by terrorists, managing to escape them in a suit of armor built around technology to keep the shrapnel killing him. In time, creating a series of suits to take on any challenge, Stark redirected his company's interests out of weapons as he becomes Iron Man to face various villains on his own or with his Avenger team mates.
Death Battle Info (Official)
- Real name: Anthony Edward Stark
- Aliases: Armored Avenger, Shellhead, Master of Machines
- Height: 6'1"/185 cm
- Weight: 225 lbs/102 kg
- Estimated net worth: $12.4 billion
- Owner of Area 51
- Claims to have beaten Mr. Fantastic in chess twice
Iron Man Armor
- Composed of gold-titanium alloy
- Adds 5 inches to Tony's height, yet only weighs 25 lbs
- Capable of high-speed flight, super strength, and enhanced durability
- Standard Weaponry
- Repulsor Rays
- Smart Missiles
- Anti-tank Missiles
- Downed She-Hulk with one punch
- Can hold his own against Captain America in hand-to-hand
- Can achieve warp speed flight
- Tanks hits from Mjolnir
- Strong enough to bend metal girders with his suit's hands
- Lifts up cars with one hand
- First human to possess the reality-warping Infinity Gauntlet
Death Battle Info (Fanon)
- Full Name: Anthony Edward "Tony" Stark
- Height: 6'1 without armor, 6'6 in armor
- Weight: 225 lbs
- Occupation: CEO of Stark Enterprises, former Head of S.H.I.E.L.D.
- Multiple PhD's in in physics, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering
- Origin Story: 
Mark/Model 13 the Module Armor
- Can wear all other suits of similar size; making it the most adaptable suit.
- Can easily fit into its extra casing; the Hulk Buster.
Mark/Model 14 the Hulk Buster
- Designed to overpower the Hulk before Hulk becomes too angry.
- Has all the powers of the standard Ironman Armors.
- Has sleeping gas and radiation absorption to slow down the Hulk.
- Powerful enough to harm Hulk: thanks to rocket and piston powered punches.
- Durable enough to survive blows from the Hulk.
- Shock & Awe energy system. Fueled by 11 reactor cores; making it about 11 times stronger than the average Ironman suit and powerful enough to 'power an entire continent'
- Anti-Radiation shielding
- The slowest and largest of his armors.
- MK 52 model can also tranform into a car.
Mark 42 Armor
- Latest version of his standard armor
- Powered by set of five Repulsor Tech generators
Endosym Armor / Iron Man Armor Model 50
- A Symbiote combined with liquid metal.
- Has all the powers of the standard Ironman Armors.
- Can regenerate from damage.
- Can absorb and resist energy.
- Repulser blasts significantly enhanced and now red in color.
- Can be summoned telepathically and used as a weapon to entangle or trap foes.
- Can increase in size, akin to the Hulk Buster.
- Does not have the Symbiote weaknesses of sound or fire; Tony anticipated this and negated the weaknesses in the suit's design.
Standard Armor Abilities
- Superhuman strength
- Average lift: 100 tons
- Can lift higher amounts with more power
- Superhuman speed
- Gadgets can calculate enemy movement, allowing Ironman to predict their attacks
- Can keep up with and even outmanuever Spider-Man and the Human Torch
- Average speed: Mach 10
- Jets can aid in his lifting strength
- Energy Absorbsion
- Can absorb far away energy sources to recharge suit
- Environmental Protection
- Protects from underwater and even space
- Shielded from radiation, biological, chemical, corrosive, kinetic, and electrical attacks
- Magnetism & Anti-Magnetism
- Can generate magnetic fields to push and pull metal objects
- Can even negate Magneto's magnetism
- Onboard Computer
- Provides strategies, background on opponents, surroundings, and status of the suit
- Helps prevent lock-ons from enemy targeting systems
- Sensor Array
- Includes radar and night-vision
- Can monitor vitals of other people, including heart and brain scans
- Systems increased by bypassing safeties
- Range of override can be controlled
- Safer range: 800% to 3,200%
- Highest and most dangerous range: 5,000%
- Repulsor Rays
- Particle beam weapon
- Single-stream or wide-field
- Full Form repulsor beam attacks at 360 degrees
- Strong enough to blast through steel like paper and blast a hole through a mountain
- Searchlight that can destroy objects in its path
- Uses a lot of battery power
- Generate heat over 25,000 degrees Farenheit
- Causes irreversibe blindness
- Can even disintegrate
- For offense or welding
- Pulse Bolts
- Plasma discharges that increase in strength over distance
- Can implode if overloaded
- Energy Blade
- Can also be flattened into a shield
- Can spread across entire armor for protective covering
- Pulse Barrage
- Iron Man's standard long range attack
- Extremely low energy consumption
- Upgraded version can penetrate targets and ricochet off walls
- Smart Missiles
- Targets weak points of structure, opponent, or foe
- Hyper-velocity Impact
- Program that allows Tony to move and think at faster rate
- Self Destruct 
- Can withstand high caliber bullets, rockets, missiles, torpedoes, and high powered lasers with little to no damage
- Capable of withstanding kinetic and thermal impact from some godlike characters
- Refractory coating protects from radiation
- Automatically protects wearer from hostile environments (deep sea, space, etc)
- Energy Shield
- Capable of reflecting attacks
- Retractable arm shields
Repulsor Tech node
- Runs Iron Man armor
- Can project beams at will
- Can destroy bullets and repel people
- Can pick up invisible frequencies
- Can levitate short-term
- Enhanced strength, durability, healing, and senses
- Offers superhuman multitasking and learning capabilities
- Protects from psychics
The Iron Legion
- Tony calls all available armors
- Mark 8-41
- Armors controlled by J.A.R.V.I.S.
- Super-Genius Intelligence
- Engineering Expert
- Expert Tactitian
- Skilled Combatant
- Trained by Captain America, Black Widow, Black Panther, and Shang-Chi
- Fought trained guards, five trained Skrull soldiers, and numerous Voldi gladiators
- Trained Marksman
- Indominable Will
- Built various Iron Man models for any situation, including the Hulk-Buster armor.
- Created his first RT Node 'in a cave with a box of scraps'; yet other scientists could not recreate such technology with an unlimited budget .
- Lifted a 16,000 ton nuclear reactor
- Withstood a nuclear explosion at 2% power
- Shielding resisted a blast from Mandarin's Spectral Ring
- Once defeated She-Hulk with a single punch
- First human to wield the Infinity Guantlet
- A leader of several superhero groups including co-leader of The Avengers alongside Captain America. Led the Pro-Superhuman Registration Act faction of The Avengers during the Civil War.
- Forbes Magazine declared Iron Man to have a $12.4 billion net-worth: making him the richest non-political comic book character 
- In an alternative universe, killed Red Hulk... (The Punisher vs Marvel Universe)
- Defeated the Human Torch with one hit
- Endosym Ironman defeated all of his other suits.
- Dependent on RT node
- Without it, Tony suffers potential heart damage due to shrapnel imbedded into his chest.
- Override can lead to system failure if left unchecked
- Certain armors have failed in the past
- Has no superpowers without his suit.
- Technomancers (like Dr. Doom) or magnetic superhumans (like Magneto) have effortlessly ripped apart Ironman's suit. 
- However Ironman can 'demagnetize' some of his suits to compensate dueling Magneto.
- Suits have limitations in their durability
- Superior metals exist throughout Marvel; Adamantium, Vibranium and Uru just to name a few.
- Suits have little to no resistance against reality warping gods.
- In an alternative universe, was trapped in his armor, turning his own armor in a prison and dying within a few days by hunger or starvation. (The Punisher vs Marvel Universe)
- Provoke (indirectly) the deaths of Charles Xavier and Quicksilver.
- Struggle with alcoholism
Lex Luthor vs. Iron Man
- "Can’t seem to see you on the screen. It’s like I’m talking to an A.I." (to Jervis when unable to see him on the screen)
- "So I need to head over there, and bring this Lex guy in?" (to Jervis on his assignment)
- "Give yourself up, Luthor!" (to Lex Luthor upon entering LexCorp)
- "Oh that’s just great. So... guess I can’t talk you into getting out of the suit." (to Lex Luthor upon seeing him in his armor)
- "They’re the fools? I’m not the one with his head poking out." (to Lex Luthor upon calling the Avengers fools for sending him in alone)
- "Flawless? No helmet was a bad idea, baldy. It'll take just one punch." (to Lex Luthor on him having no helmet)
- ""Maybe his suit is so heavy that he can’t hope to... (hoping Lex Luthor's suit wouldn't be able to fly)
- "What's that? A poor man's Infinity Guantlet?" (to Lex Luthor upon noticing his guantlet's kryptonite pieces)
- "Don't know what kind of space rock you're using, but my suit has a shield for that." (to Lex Luthor, whose kryptonite blasts fail to faze him)
- In the official Death Battle, Iron Man was voiced by anime voice actor Chuck Huber.
- Iron Man, after Ryu and Terry Bogard, is the third combatant to appear in the three shows Death Battle, One Minute Melee, and DBX. He is also the first non-video game character to appear.