When faced with a Moloid invasion of New York City, Iron Man uses his brain and heart to find a compassionate and hilarious solution.

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When faced with a Moloid invasion of New York City, Iron Man use your brain and foil the invasion in the funnest way – with taco trucks! On Annual Iron Man # 1, a unique group of Moloids invades the Big Apple, requiring Iron Man to find a unique solution. The Annual, written by Jed Mackay, with art by Ibraim Roberson, colors by Rachelle Rosenberg, and lyrics by Joe Caramagna, is out now in print and digital.

The Moloids are best known as the henchmen of the Fantastic Four villain, the Mole Man. A branch of the Deviants (the companion race of the Eternals), the Moloids are generally depicted with subhuman intelligence and totally subordinate to their master. First appearing in 1964 Fantastic four #22 and created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, they have assisted Mole Man in many of his attempts to conquer the surface world, but now a new generation of Moloids has descended on New York City, and is so dependent on Iron Man. like Miles Morales to stop them.

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When the two heroes confront the Moloids, they quickly realize that they are different. Instead of viciously attacking passersby, the Moloids are disrupting the flow of traffic and harassing hot dog vendors; They are also making strange statements, asking about TV shows. Seinfeld Y Friends. Upon interrogating one of the Moloids, Iron Man learns that for many years, the Mole Man has not invaded the surface world. Since moloids are a short-lived species, this translates to a long time for them. Younger moloids have grown up hearing stories from the “glory days,” when Mole Man invaded New York in the blink of an eye. However, these moloids, in their fascination with New York City, have seen reruns of various shows set in the city, such as Sex in the city and the aforementioned Seinfeld, filling their heads with strange ideas about the city. Realizing that these Moloids do no harm, and wishing to keep it that way, Iron Man thinks of a way to handle them. He quickly orders the taco trucks to come to the scene to feed the hungry moloids and then organizes a city tour for them, with a special focus on the sites featured on the shows they’ve seen.

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Iron Man has a reputation for being one of the smartest people on Earth, and this situation shows why. He uses his intelligence to deduce that the Molids are (mostly) harmless: they just want to meet Jerry Seinfeld and Jennifer Aniston; He then uses the considerable resources at his disposal to gather ways to distract the Moloids and give them what they want at the same time. It’s a compassionate and humane solution, one that shows why Iron Man is not only one of the smartest people on the planet, but why he’s a hero to begin with.

When faced with one of the most unique invasions the city had ever seen, Iron Man he used his intelligence to find a fun and compassionate way to deal with it.

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