|This article is written from the Real World perspective|
|Marvel Anime: Iron Man|
|Beginning date||October 1, 2010|
|End date||December 17, 2010|
|Number of Episodes||12|
|Original Channel|| Animax (Japan)|
G4 (United States)
Sci Fi Channel (Australia)
|Previous Series||The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes|
|Next Series||Marvel Anime: Wolverine|
Marvel Anime: Iron Man is an upcoming series that will be part of the Marvel Anime series along with Marvel Anime: Wolverine, Marvel Anime: X-Men, and Marvel Anime: Blade. It will be the sixth series to prominently feature Iron Man after The Marvel Super Heroes, Iron Man, Iron Man: Armored Adventures, The Super Hero Squad Show, and The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
Tony Stark decides to retire as Iron Man and travels to Japan to train a group of pilots to try out the Iron Man Dio Armor as his replacement, as well as supervising the new Arc Reactor that would give Japan free energy. Things begin to fall apart when the Dio Armor is stolen by the organization known as Zodiac. Tony is forced out of retirement to once again wear the Iron Man Armor to defend Japan from Zodiac. Along the way, he must also investigate AIM as well as facing off against his former friend Ho Yinsen. But when he learns that Dr. Chika Tanaka is a Zodiac agent, he discovers a conspiracy to use his technology to make Japan a major military power once again.
|Japanese Voice||English Voice||Character|
|Keiji Fujiwara||Adrian Pasdar||Iron Man/Tony Stark|
|Takako Honda||Laura Bailey||Chika Tanaka|
|Shizuka Ito||Eden Riegel||Nanami Ota|
|Jin Yamanoi||Travis Willingham||Nagato Sakurai|
|Jin Yamanoi||Unknown||Ramon Zero|
|Hiroaki Hirata||Kyle Hebert||Ho Yinsen|
|Unsho Ishizuka||Neil Kaplan||Kuroda|
|Hiroe Oka||Cindy Robinson||Pepper Potts|
|Rikiya Koyama||Milo Ventimiglia||Wolverine|
|Unknown||Benjamin Diskin||Ichiro Masuda|
Animation was done by the Japanese company Madhouse. The animation is a combination of traditional animation with computer generated imagery.
- See also Marvel Anime: Iron Man Episodes.
Like the other three Marvel Anime series, Iron Man only lasted twelve episodes.
The visuals in the opening theme song is based off of the film Iron Man 2.