List of Iron Man episodes

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For Marvel Anime episodes, see List of Marvel Anime episodes#Iron Man.

This is a list of episodes from Iron Man (1994–96), which was based on Marvel Comics' superhero of the same name. The series aired from 1994 to 1996 in syndication as part of The Marvel Action Hour, which packaged Iron Man with another animated series based on Marvel properties, the Fantastic Four. The show was backed by a toy line that featured many armor variants. After disappointing ratings, the series was cancelled after just two seasons.

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Robert Hays reprised his role as Tony Stark/Iron Man on Spider-Man (1994 TV series) and The Incredible Hulk (1996 TV series). James Avery meanwhile, reprised his Season 1 role as James Rhodes/War Machine on Spider-Man while Dorian Harewood (who voiced Tombstone on Spider-Man) did the same on The Incredible Hulk.

Incredible Hulk[edit]

# Title Writer(s) Original Airdate(s)
4 "Helping Hand, Iron Fist" Stewart St. John September 29, 1996 (1996-09-29)
Bruce Banner travels to Los Angeles hoping to reach Tony Stark at Stark Industries, with Rick Jones right behind him. Will Iron Man, War Machine, and HOMER be able to cure Banner before Gabe Jones and his SHIELD boys bring down the house? Iron Man appeared in the Hulkbuster armor in this episode.


Iron Man and War Machine first appeared in the episodes "Venom Returns" and "Carnage" in which Dormammu orders Venom to steal the Time Dilation Accelerator from Stark Enterprises, which is capable of releasing Dormammu from his own far-off dimension. Venom is quickly defeated by Spider-Man and War Machine. However, Venom gets help from Cletus Kasady, his cellmate who has bonded with another symbiote, Carnage. After the Symbiotes steal the machine, War Machine is too wounded to continue fighting, so Iron Man teams up with Spider-Man and stops the Symbiotes and prevent Dormammu from leaving his dimension. Iron Man also makes a cameo in the episode called "The Spot, in which Tony Stark fires Dr. Jonathon Ohn from the Time Dilation Accelerator project because Stark knows the project is dangerous after Carnage almost released Dormammu to Earth using Accelerator machinery. Iron Man later appears in the three-part episode Secret Wars in which the Beyonder creates a war between good and evil to see who is better. In the end, the heroes win and everyone, except for Spider-Man who has to stop the evil Spider-Carnage from destroying all of reality in the following series finale, is sent back to Earth without any memory.

# Title Writer(s) Original Airdate(s)
37 "The Sins of the Fathers, Chapter X: "Venom Returns" John Semper (Teleplay by: Stan Berkowitz, Len Wein, & John Semper) November 2, 1996 (1996-11-02)
The Venom symbiote returns to Earth and travels to Ravencroft to reunite with Eddie Brock, who then escapes as Venom. He is ordered by Dormammu, to whom the symbiote owes its earthly return, to steal a machine from Stark Enterprises capable of releasing Dormammu from his own faroff dimension. When Venom battles Spider-Man and War Machine, he is easily defeated by the two heroes, but he soon gets help from Cletus Kasady, his cellmate who has bonded with another symbiote. Part 1 of 2.
38 "The Sins of the Fathers, Chapter XI: "Carnage"" John Semper (Teleplay by: Stan Berkowitz, James Krieg, & John Semper) November 9, 1996 (1996-11-09)
Baron Mordo and Dormammu help Eddie Brock's cell-mate, mass murderer Cletus Kasady become an alien symbiote, who dubs himself Carnage. Baron Mordo then uses Carnage to gather life forces to get Dormammu into this world. Part 2 of 2.
61 "Secret Wars, Chapter I: Arrival" John Semper and Karen Milovich November 7, 1997 (1997-11-07)
Madame Web sends Spider-Man to a planet, where the Beyonder tells Spider-Man he must pass a test to see who is stronger: Good or evil. Beyonder sends evil, aka Red Skull, Alistair Smythe, Doctor Doom, the Lizard, and Doctor Octopus, to a planet, and causes a year to pass. Spider-Man's job is to save the planet. He's sent to the world, and Beyonder tells him he gets to have help. Spider-Man calls for the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Captain America, and Storm. Later, Mr. Fantastic cures the Lizard and he joins the team.
62 "Secret Wars, Chapter II: The Gauntlet of the Red Skull" Virginia Roth November 14, 1997 (1997-11-14)
Spider-Man summons the Black Cat from Earth. The heroes launch an attack along with the local colonists, against the Red Skull, who is assisted by Alistair Smythe and Doctor Octopus. The heroes defeat the trio and destroy its fortress; seeing their fortress destroyed, the villains escape.
63 "Secret Wars, Chapter III: Doom" John Semper, Mark Hoffmeier, and Ernie Altbacker November 21, 1997 (1997-11-21)
The heroes battle against Doctor Doom. After the heroes defeat Doctor Doom the Beyonder returns saying the game is over. He transports them all out into space and says that they did excellent in the Secret Wars, and that the heroes (excluding Spider-Man) will not have any recollection of what happened. Beyonder tells Spider-Man that now it is time for the real task.
Iron Man joins forces with Spider-Man on Spidey's 1990s animated series.
  • Tony Stark also had a cameo in "The Spot" episode of Spider-Man the animated series.[1]
  • Although he never spoke, Iron Man had a few cameos in a few of the Fantastic Four episodes, including the Season 2 episodes To Battle the Living Planet[2] and Doomsday.