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Issue 2 of the new series, Tony is in the street, helped by Riri Williams. He appears to be making bad decisions, and Tony thinks someone is framing him. The Living Laser comes by and attacks. Riri uses teh Rings of the Mandarin to defeat him. Then a murder at the end of the issue. This is either a frame job or another story how Tony went bad. The Invincible Iron Man relaunches with number 1. It, however, continues the continuity of Vol. 6. Tony Stark has spent all of his money to buy weapons of mass destruction to get them off "the street" and away from the bad guys. While he's working in his family's New York house, the arc reactor signals something, then a big explosion happens killing a neighbor and injuring Stark. Another armored villain tries to kill him and finds that there is a person in the armor, but an innocent, and it was operated remotely. 

Iron Man Vol. 6 - #25 It's Iron Man Day in New York City. Iron Man is supposed to show up to a gathering and speak, but instead he finds a person in the subway who had a heart attack. He has to remember his CPR and use his armor as a defibrillator (which he should not be using it through the guy's shirt - it should be direct skin contact). We get two back up stories, one with the stealth armor rescuing Thor and another from Tales of Suspense days where Iron Man battles Radioactive Man. 

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