So...uhm...half of it as an updated, and beautifully illustrated, origin story. I guess they sort of needed one, but I'm irritated that I waited 4 or 5 months for this comic and HALF of it is shit I already KNOW. The other half is [-------SPOILERS---------] a little too weird for my tastes. Anyone who reads Iron Man knows that Stark has a thing for upgrading the armor, etc etc, but as seen in ~#240 volume 1 on upward and the sentient armor/Ultron heart arc in volume 3, he's also a little paranoid about becoming too reliant and too involved with technology (in the latter instance, his body had a sort of technological system running through it that allowed Stark to be manipulated, first by some baddies in the "Armor Wars II" arc, then by Immortus when Tony went crazy evil before Onslaught). Essentially, previous issues have shown Stark to really be wary and uncomfortable when it came to making technology a big part of his personal being. And now he has part of the suit STORED in his body? It could be very cool. It also explains how he's able to multitask so completely in the armor, as we've seen in issues of New Avengers where he's able to take in several I/O streams at once. But I fear that they're taking the "Invincible" in the title of the comic a little too far...a hero is no fun unless he has a weakness. Also, this reminds me of the organic webbing change in Spider-Man...integrating a major change to the status-quo in the character's physiology, so that going back to the way things used to be doesn't make much sense anymore. I'm not sure I really like this new change, either...Marvel really does like to "update" its properties, it appears. Granov's first full page of the fully suited-up Iron Man featured a mis-shaped head, too (chin too narrow)...it's a shame, because it would have been a REALLY cool shot.