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For questions about the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), the media franchise and shared fictional universe that is centred on a series of superhero films, independently produced by Marvel Studios and based on characters that appear in publications by Marvel Comics. Always use in conjunction with the [marvel] tag and any relevant film tags, e.g. [iron-man-2].

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To add to what Thaddeus has already elaborated on: To charge the armors from his internal ARC reactor Tony need J.A.R.V.I.S. to regulate the charge. However, J.A.R.V.I.S. was malfunctioning, so it …
answered May 19 '13 by Monty129
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It seems more a case of "shock and awe" tactics in the beginning. Drop a lot of troops and some artillery behind enemy lines,then have them brandish their weapons menacingly, in order to cow the loca …
answered Jun 28 '13 by Monty129
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Loki is the second son of Odin, All-Father of the Asgardians. However, Aside from the Asgardian royal family (Odin, Frigga, Thor and Loki) who else is aware of the unusual circumstances of his pare …
asked May 3 '15 by Monty129
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Because they aren't specifically the same thing. While they share a similar abilities (the power to alter the environment around them, and the generation of colossal amounts of energy) the Tesseract …
answered Mar 14 '13 by Monty129
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I realize this is probably going to come off as a bit silly, but in Iron Man II how could James Rhodes easily don the Mark II armor that was designed to fit Tony Stark? As you can see in this image ( …
asked Mar 13 '13 by Monty129
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In the Ultimate Version they have answered this issue by showing Tony being insulated by a green liquid/gel of some sort that serves as the cushion/shock absorb-er between him and the rest of the Iron …
answered Aug 9 '12 by Monty129
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In the Marvel Cinematic Universe as of the Mark VII suit (with the exception of the Mark XLII suit from Iron Man 3) all the Iron Man platforms have their own independent ARC reactor to power the sui …
answered May 19 '13 by Monty129
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In Captain America: The Winter Soldier, in the scene where Cap, Widow, and Falcon are ambushed on the highway by the Winter Soldier and his team of cronies at one point Captain America confronts one o …
asked Apr 17 '14 by Monty129
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Yes Tony Could have a rig set up with the ARC reactor outside his chest cavity that would still supply power to the electromagnet keeping the shrapnel from killing him. However, there are two distinc …
answered Feb 7 '13 by Monty129
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The reason Loki's staff will not work on Tony has nothing to do with the ARC reactor technology per say, and everything to do with the core element of the 4th generation reactor, Vibranium. One of th …
answered Jul 1 '13 by Monty129
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In Iron Man 2, Tony Stark is suffering from Palladium poisoning due to having to use the element Palladium as the core for his ARC reactor. In order to combat the effects this has on his body he drin …
asked Oct 12 '12 by Monty129
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I'm sure he trains because it's a part of the regimented routine the army had him on, and it keeps his life in order. It's something he can hold on to from his past that hasn't drastically changed sin …
answered Apr 22 '15 by Monty129
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This is an allusion to the Argonauts As well as this image by Oliver Coipel where Tony demonstrates his ability to control several armors at once using tech similar to the NTU-Telepresence armor. …
answered Mar 7 '13 by Monty129
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Probably both. Steve Rogers blood was the only remaining source of information on Dr. Erskin's formula for the Super Soldier Serum. That alone would have made it imperative to either recover captain …
answered Jan 22 '14 by Monty129
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Pureferret's answer that it's a mixture of human plasma and palladium salts seems to be the most accurate, seeing as there was no plasmic discharge surrounding the large arc reactor at Stark Industrie …
answered Aug 9 '12 by Monty129

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