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  <h1 id="title"><i>Tony Stark</i></h1>
  
  <h3> Billionare, Genius, Playboy, Philanthropist </h3>
  
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    <img id="image" src="https://specials-images.forbesimg.com/imageserve/5d2392b234a5c400084abe23/960x0.jpg?fit=scale"   alt="Tony Stark giving a thumbs-up to the crowd">
    
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      Tony Stark giving a thumbs-up to the the crowd. Image courtesy of Forbes.
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      <h2>The Life and Death of Anthony Edward Stark<br>A.K.A. Iron Man</br>
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<h4><u>Early Life</u></h4>

<p>Anthony Edward "Tony" Stark was born to Howard and Maria Stark on May 29, 1970. His childhood was characterized by a cold and affectionless relationship with his father, who was already famous as an inventor and businessman. He was also a child prodigy, graduating from MIT, summa cum laude, at age 17. On December 16, 1991, when Stark was 21, his parents were killed in a car accident (later revealed to be an assassination by a brainwashed Bucky Barnes aka the "Winter Soldier"). As a result, Stark inherited his father's company, becoming CEO of Stark Industries. Over the years, he became well known as a weapons designer and inventor, and lived a playboy lifestyle.
  
  <br>In the late 2000s, Stark travels to war-torn Afghanistan with his friend and military liaison Lieutenant Colonel James Rhodes to demonstrate Stark's new "Jericho" missile. After the demonstration, the convoy is ambushed and Stark is critically wounded and imprisoned by a terrorist group, the Ten Rings. Fellow captive Yinsen, a doctor, implants an electromagnet into Stark's chest to keep shrapnel shards from reaching his heart and killing him. Ten Rings leader Raza offers Stark freedom in exchange for building a Jericho missile, but Tony and Yinsen agree Raza will not keep his word. Stark and Yinsen secretly build a small, powerful electric generator called an arc reactor to power Stark's electromagnet and a suit of powered armor. When the Ten Rings attack the workshop. Yinsen sacrifices himself to divert them while the suit is completed. The armored Stark battles his way out of the cave to find the dying Yinsen, then burns the Ten Rings' weapons in anger and flies away, crashing in the desert. Rescued by Rhodes, Stark returns home to announce that his company will no longer manufacture weapons. Obadiah Stane, his father's old partner and the company's manager, advises Stark that this may ruin Stark Industries and his father's legacy. With the aid of his computer J.A.R.V.I.S., Stark secretly builds a sleeker version of his improvised armor suit with a more powerful arc reactor.

<br>At a Stark Industries charity event, reporter Christine Everhart informs Stark that his company's weapons were being used by the Ten Rings to attack Yinsen's home village, Gulmira. Stark learns that Stane has been arms trafficking to criminals worldwide, and is staging a coup to replace him as Stark Industries' CEO. Stark, in his new armor, flies to Afghanistan and saves the villagers. Flying home, Stark is shot at by two F-22 Raptor fighter jets, forcing him to call Rhodes and reveal his secret identity. Stane acquires the wreckage of Stark's prototype from the Ten Rings, and has a massive new suit reverse engineered. Stane's scientists cannot duplicate Stark's miniaturized arc reactor, so Stane ambushes Stark at his home and takes the one from his chest, revealing that Stane was responsible for Stark's captivity. Stark manages to get to his original reactor to replace it, and defeats Stane. The next day, at a press conference, Stark defies suggestions from S.H.I.E.L.D. and publicly admits to being the superhero the press has dubbed "Iron Man".</p>

<h4><u>Notable Battles</u></h4>
<ul>
  <li>The Battle of New York - Loki (with Thanos' army)</li>
  <li>Stark Expo Attack - Ivan Vanko</li>
  <li>The Battle of Sokovia - Ultron</li>
  <li>The Infinity War - Thanos</li>
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<h4><u>Untimely Death</u></h4>

<p>In 2023, when Scott Lang seems to discover a way to travel through time, the Avengers approach Stark, who initially refuses, considering the idea dangerously hypothetical. Despite this he examines the matter privately, figures out how to do it successfully and agrees to help. Traveling through time, Stark fails to steal the Space Stone from an earlier version of himself following the Battle of New York, and instead goes further back to the 1970s to steal it from a S.H.I.E.L.D. facility, where he has a moving conversation with a younger version of his father, Howard Stark. The Avengers successfully obtain all of the Infinity Stones before returning to the present, which are incorporated into a gauntlet made by Stark which Banner then uses to resurrect those that were disintegrated by Thanos. However, they are followed by a 2014 version of Thanos and his forces, who are summoned to 2023 by Nebula, who had previously been captured by Thanos and also replaced by her 2014 self. Following a climactic battle, Thanos obtains Stark's gauntlet and the two of them wrestle for control of it. Thanos is able to fling Stark away before attempting another snap, but discovers that Stark has caused all of the Infinity Stones to move to Stark's own armor. Stark then uses them to disintegrate Thanos and all of his forces, saving the universe but fatally injuring himself in the process due to the gamma radiation caused by the stones. He dies peacefully, surrounded by Rhodes, Parker and Potts. The funeral was attended by many heroes was later held for him at his homestead. Months later, the world continues to mourn and idolize the deceased Stark with murals and graffiti being drawn to honor the fallen Avenger.</p>

<h3>Read the full story of Tony Stark
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