Illustrations of Iron Man in multiple flying postures

Iron Man, real name Tony Stark, is a genius scientist and engineer who uses his wealth and intelligence to create the superhero Iron Man armored suit in Marvel Comics. One of the founding members of the superhero group the Avengers, Tony Stark constantly enhances and improves upon the powers, strength, durability, and weaponry of his Iron Man suits through many specialized iterations. Iron Man was introduced by Marvel in Tales of Suspense #39 in March, 1963.

Size comparison of Iron Man next to Spider-Man and Thanos

Iron Man has a height of 6’1” (1.85 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and 6’6” (1.98 m) in the comics.

How tall is Iron Man?
Iron Man is 6’1” (1.85 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and roughly 6’6” (1.98 m) in the comic books.
What are Iron Man’s superpowers?

Iron Man does not have any superpowers except possessing a genius intellect that allowed Tony Stark to create the special Iron Man armor suit which augments him with superhuman strength, the ability to fly, and the use of integrated weapon capabilities.
When was Iron Man’s first appearance in a Marvel Comic?
Iron Man first appeared in Marvel’s Tales of Suspense #39 in March, 1963.


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6’1” | 1.85 m

Name: Tony Stark
Height: 6’1” | 1.85 m (MCU); 6’6” | 1.98 m (Comics)
First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #39 (March, 1963)
Powers: Genius intellect; powered armor suit with super strength, flight, durability, weapons

First Appearance:


Drawings include:
Iron Man standing (passive), standing (fighting), flying (angle), flying (hover)


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Marvel Comics is an American comic book publisher known for its vast library of superheroes and supervillains. Originally founded in 1961, characters from Marvel Comics appear in popular culture through their original comic book format, but also movies, television shows, cartoons, and toys.