List of Iron Man Enemies

List Of Iron Man Enemies

Iron Man has a large range of villains. They each have specific abilities which they use against Tony Stark. While these enemies include major independent operators such as Mandarin and Doctor Doom, many of the more minor criminals, especially those equipped with extremely advanced weaponry, are mercenaries of Justin Hammer. This is a list of them:

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