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Iron Man Buster Armors

Updated on October 12, 2018
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Iron Man has introduced us to a variety of armors from symbiote armor to Hulk Buster armor.

Here is the list of all Iron Mans Buster armors:

Hulk Buster

First Appearance: Iron Man #304

This massive armor was designed to fit over a normal suit of armor to greatly enhance Iron Man's abilities with one thought in mind ... fighting the Hulk.

Hulk Buster Mark 1

First Appearance: Ultimate Comics New Ultimates #5

The Ultimate armor was created by Tony Stark with the purpose of fighting Hulk. It is powered by Thor's unique energy from Mjolnir.

Hulk Buster Mark 2

First Appearance: Ultimate Comics #25.

The second ultimate universe Hulk Buster armor, the suit was deployed by Tony's sentient brain tumor when Hulk stole the infinty gens from S.H.I.E.L.D.

Thor Buster

First Appearance: Iron Man #64 2013.

When Thor became the king of Asgard, Stark built a new, ultra-powerful suit, powered by an asgardian crystal, in case the god ever proved to be too dangerous. The suit was able to absorb the amount of energy put out by Thor's hammer.

Hulk Buster Argonaut

First Appearance: Iron Man #7 2007.

When the son of Yo Hensen was shot and killed by S.H.I.E.L.D Forces, this was one of the five armors that were remotely activated by Tony Stark. Like the battle Argonaut before it, this suit was created to fight Hulk.

Phoenix Buster

First Appearance: Avengers vs X-Men #5.

This armor was created to kill the phoenix force but resulted in the fractionation of the phoenix into five parts, which resulted in the possession of Cyclops, Emma Frost, Colossus, Namor and Magik.

Heavy Duty

First Appearance: Iron Man #4 2012.

According to Stark himself, this suit is designed to battle the Hulk. It features a minigun on the left arm, a cannon and a flashlight on the right shoulder, a powerful laser and another minigun available to be extended onto the left shoulder, and repulsors on the backside of the gauntlet. The fire input can fire all weapons, including and the unibeam, and is able to project a powerful forcefield.

Asgardian Buster

First Appearance: Fear Itself 7.3

Iron Man created a bleeding edge armor with enchanted metal URU. It's design was based on the Asgardian weapon called the "Destroyer".

Galctus Buster

First Appearance: Marvel vs Capcom 3 Fate Of Two Worlds.

The Galactus Buster armor was created by Tony Stark, after defeating Galactus. He started creating the armor afterwards.

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    • Miz A Buu profile imageAUTHOR

      Abuzar 

      2 years ago from Karachi

      Thanks

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      Vic 

      2 years ago

      Very cool hub! Who doesn't love some Hulk Bustah armor?

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