It is time to take a look at Iron Man Armored Adventures Season 2 Episode 5 Armor Wars, which aired on August 10th 2011 on the Nicktoons Network. This is the 31st episode of Iron Man Armored Adventures or the fifth episode of the second season. There might be some mild spoilers for Iron Man Armored Adventures Season 2 Episode 5 Armor Wars, so if you have not watched the episode yet, you may do so on the official Nicktoons Network website before returning to read this review or not, depending on your preference.
Iron Man Armored Adventures Season 2
There are new heroes wearing armor, sponsored by Stark Industries or to be more particular, Obadiah Stane. Using armor designs that were stolen by Ghost last week. Tony is not happy about this little situation to say the least, so Iron Man confronts the two heroes of their armored thievery. Yet, Iron Man looks bad, looking like a jealous hack. Then branded as a villain However, these people are in fact criminals, members of the Maggia which is the Marvel Universe Criminal of the Mafia. Also they caused the accidents that they saved the people from. The two criminals, Shockwave and Force, along with a third one, in Firepower fight Iron Man and Iron Man manages to prove himself a hero, by shutting them done. Stane manages to get off mostly free and he’s up to something nefarious.
Wow, I just summed up this episode pretty much in a nutshell.
We’re dropping a lot of seeds for a lot of plots for the future. Stane reveals the end that his little Guardman project was just merely a test run for something bigger. Two words, “Iron Monger”.
Nothing on the Mandarin front once again, but I’m perfectly fine with that plot taking a back seat to the Armor Wars storyline. I’m sure that will be a huge focus during the second half of the season. With twenty six episodes, the people working on this show have plenty of wiggle room to work with.
Why You Should Watch Iron Man Armored Adventures Season 2 Episode 5 Armor Wars
Well there was some good action and it really may prove to be a vital element in following up upon the various story elements as the season goes on. I’m kind of iffy about giving this one a grade, so let’s just go 6.5/10 and leave it at that.