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In Armor Wars, Iron Man started out with a calculated approach to tracking down armored villains who may have had his tech, but as his journey wore on, his actions became increasingly reckless. Stark caused a prison break at a supervillain prison when he attacked the guards who wore armor he designed. After having to capture some of the escaped criminals, Steve confronted Iron Man about his plans. During their discussion, Steve angrily returned a replacement shield Stark had made for him, believing it to be a “bribe” to get him to look the other way. A fight followed, and though Captain America failed to arrest Iron Man, Stark still faced serious consequences for his actions, beginning with the termination of his membership with the Avengers.
It would have been interesting to see Iron Man 4 bring these aspects of the comic story to the big screen, especially when considering the fun parallels it would have had to Civil War. In many ways, it could have been an Iron Man-focused, Civil War follow-up with Steve Rogers and TonyStark being at odds once again, but this time for different reasons. In this instance, Iron Man would be the character on the wrong side of the law. By adapting Armor Wars, Iron Man 4 would have seen Stark do whatever it took to keep his armor out of the wrong hands, even if it meant risking his relationships with his fellow superheroes. It could also have provided audiences with an exciting Captain America vs. Iron Man rematch, but sadly that’s no longer on the table.
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