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(Robert Downey, Jr. take) (First movie)
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Quotes Christine Everheart: “You’ve been called the Da Vinci of our time. What do you say to that ?” Tony Stark: “Absolutely ridiculous. I don’t paint.” Everheart: “And what do you say to your other nickname, the Merchant of...

(Movie version)
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The main antagonist was a version of Obadiah Stane played by Jeff Bridges, though there were ample differences from the Stane seen in the old Iron Man comics. The armor used by Stane is not named in the movie. Stane once refers to weapon manufacturers in general as “iron mongers”,...

(Jefferson Reed)
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Age: 36 Eyes: Brown Hair: Black Powers and Abilities Meteor Man has many powers, apparently not having any point in common. To name a few: Supertoughness. Superstrength. Plant growth. X-ray vision. Flight. The strange “knowledge-absorption” power. That allows him to...

(Movie version)
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Blade learned Frost was in town. The duo focused their efforts on hunting him down, both having personal reasons to want him dead. Blade even injured Frost’s right-hand man Quinn on several occasions, but Quinn always escaped before Blade could finish him off. At the same time, Blade...

(Nicolas Cage movie version)
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The Rider could change its length to suit his needs and charge it with his hellfire to inflict extra damage when he chose to do so. In combat he used it as a whip or lasso as well as sometimes wrapping it around his fists to add damage to his punches. Bike One of the Ghost Rider’s first...

(Willem Dafoe movie version)
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Earlier tests suggested that the process increased strength over 800% but it was even more efficacious for Norman, who could punch Spider-Man hard enough to knock him back over two dozen feet with enough momentum to fell a metal lightpost that crossed his path and allowed him to suspend the weight...