Ironheart, Vol. 1: Those With Courage

Ironheart, Vol. 1: Those With Courage

Riri Williams, the armored hero called Ironheart who took the comics world by storm, takes center stage! When a group of world leaders is held hostage by one of Spider-Man's old foes, Riri must step up her game. But she's thrown for a loop when an old acquaintance from back in Chicago re-enters her life! Now, Ironheart is caught between her need for independence and her ob Riri Williams, the armored hero called Ironheart who took the comics world by storm, takes center stage! When a group of ...

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Title:Ironheart, Vol. 1: Those With Courage
Author:Eve L. Ewing
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ISBN:Ironheart, Vol. 1: Those With Courage
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:136 pages pages

Ironheart, Vol. 1: Those With Courage Reviews

  • Renata
    Sep 03, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

  • Kimberly
    Jul 21, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    Excited to see where Eve Ewing takes Riri?s journey- this was a solid start ...

    This is fantastic! ...

  • Anna
    Sep 10, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

  • Steve
    Aug 11, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    Excited to see where Eve Ewing takes Riri?s journey- this was a solid start ...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

    [Read in single issues] I love Riri so much and to see her in her own series just so great. ...

    Pretty great in both establishing Riri and her Chicago setting. Ewing is very adapt at comic book writing. ...

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  • Nick Klagge
    Jul 13, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

  • Alex Jacobs
    Sep 23, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    Excited to see where Eve Ewing takes Riri?s journey- this was a solid start ...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

    [Read in single issues] I love Riri so much and to see her in her own series just so great. ...

    Pretty great in both establishing Riri and her Chicago setting. Ewing is very adapt at comic book writing. ...

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  • Daniel Butcher
    Aug 12, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

  • Laura
    Oct 03, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

  • Dakota Morgan
    Oct 20, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

  • Sesana
    Aug 07, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

  • Conor Murphy
    Aug 04, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

  • Jeff Larsen
    Aug 25, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    Excited to see where Eve Ewing takes Riri?s journey- this was a solid start ...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

    [Read in single issues] I love Riri so much and to see her in her own series just so great. ...

    Pretty great in both establishing Riri and her Chicago setting. Ewing is very adapt at comic book writing. ...

    ...

  • Megan
    Aug 18, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    Excited to see where Eve Ewing takes Riri?s journey- this was a solid start ...

  • Lukas Holmes
    Sep 10, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

  • Helena
    Jul 20, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

  • Rhiannon Grant
    Aug 25, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

  • Adam Fisher
    Aug 29, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

  • Grahm Wiley-Camacho
    Jul 18, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    Excited to see where Eve Ewing takes Riri?s journey- this was a solid start ...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

  • James DeSantis
    May 12, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

  • Danielle
    Aug 25, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

  • Thomas
    May 30, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

  • Iris Nevers
    Oct 27, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    Excited to see where Eve Ewing takes Riri?s journey- this was a solid start ...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

    [Read in single issues] I love Riri so much and to see her in her own series just so great. ...

  • Erica McGillivray
    Oct 28, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    Excited to see where Eve Ewing takes Riri?s journey- this was a solid start ...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

    [Read in single issues] I love Riri so much and to see her in her own series just so great. ...

    Pretty great in both establishing Riri and her Chicago setting. Ewing is very adapt at comic book writing. ...

  • Max Pacheco
    Jul 28, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    Excited to see where Eve Ewing takes Riri?s journey- this was a solid start ...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

    [Read in single issues] I love Riri so much and to see her in her own series just so great. ...

    Pretty great in both establishing Riri and her Chicago setting. Ewing is very adapt at comic book writing. ...

    ...

    ...

  • G $
    Aug 24, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    Excited to see where Eve Ewing takes Riri?s journey- this was a solid start ...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

    [Read in single issues] I love Riri so much and to see her in her own series just so great. ...

    Pretty great in both establishing Riri and her Chicago setting. Ewing is very adapt at comic book writing. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Megan Sanks
    Oct 01, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

  • Meghan Ryan
    Aug 05, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

  • Christina Carter
    Aug 21, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

  • Remy'S Dad
    Aug 14, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    Excited to see where Eve Ewing takes Riri?s journey- this was a solid start ...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

    [Read in single issues] I love Riri so much and to see her in her own series just so great. ...

    Pretty great in both establishing Riri and her Chicago setting. Ewing is very adapt at comic book writing. ...

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  • Amy K.
    Nov 10, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    3.5 Stars. Riri Williams is a very interesting Marvel character. One of the representations of the new young Marvel heroes (Miles, Gwen, Kamala, Nova, Brawn.... basically all the Champions plus a few others), Ironheart seems to me as a fresh perspective on Iron Man for comics' younger...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    Whew! SOMETIMES I feel like prestigious non-comics writers aren't actually the best picks for superhero comics but Eve Ewing is a great fit for Riri and I loved this volume. As much as I previously enjoyed Riri's adventures with AI Tony, her new AI NATALIE is so funny and yet such a mo...

    I've been hyped for this ever since I saw that Eve L. Ewing was writing Riri Williams, and I never should have doubted her. I saw a little bit of Riri in Champions, but this volume made me actually love her. I love her backstory and everyone that's important to her (whether she'll a...

    I'm sorry that Marvel/creators had to go through all the negative stuff associated with Ironheart, but if the diamond that comes from so much pressure is like this, then I'm happy it happened. An incredible CHARACTER with real world truth, motivations, horrors, history and family. Her...

    I won this in a lottery at school. I'd never heard of Ironheart. It's been years since I really read Marvel comics. I figured it was worth a shot. It's cute! I'm not really fond of comics but I liked this one. There was a nice bit of humor, especially in the episode with Miles. I...

    Ironheart is such a great addition to Marvel. I hope she gets added to the MCU or gets her own tv show like Ms. Marvel! ...

    A fun superhero story with a nice link to the team element (Ms Marvel and Spiderman appear in one story), but mainly focused on Ironheart herself. My favourite/least favourite part is the running 'gag' where people get her code name wrong over and over in all sorts of ways... Irongirl?...

    I read this on recommendation that it would have lots of Star Trek jokes. I was not disappointed! Riri is great! ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I first met Riri Williams (as created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato Jr.) while reading through Invincible Iron Man in 2018 and was intrigued. Her genius rivaled Stark's who was impressed with Williams's brilliance even while he was in a coma. His A.I. mentored her as she too...

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    Those With Courage is a low-key re-introduction to Riri William's Ironheart with good art, fine street-level storytelling, and some nice dialogue between Riri and her friend Xavier. It suffers a bit from this being Eve L. Ewing's first comic book - heavy text and bland plotlines are pr...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    I LOVE Riri Williams and Ironheart! She's down-to-earth, amazingly smart, funny, independent, endearingly flawed...I could go on, but you get the picture. She's amazing! And the cast of characters, the setting, the tension-creating action, the kick-ass moves. It's all just fantastic! L...