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The characters of Iron Man: Armored Adventures.

Team Iron Man

The main characters of the series.

Anthony "Tony" Stark/Iron Man

 Voiced by: Adrian Petriw

James "Rhodey" Rhodes/War Machine

 Voiced by: Daniel Bacon

 "Am I the only sane person here?!"

  • Secret Keeper
  • Team Mom: Lampshaded via his nickname.
  • Top-Heavy Guy: The War Machine armor, with its vast and primarily shoulder-mounted armament.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Calls Tony out on his actions repeatedly, going so far as to tell Tony he's barely any better than the villains he's fighting in Seeing Red.

Patricia "Pepper" Potts

 Voiced by: Anna Cummer

Friends and relatives

Whitney Stane/Madame Masque

 Voiced by: Kristie Marsden

Daughter of Obidiah Stane and friend of Tony Stark

Happy Hogan

 Voiced by: Alistair Abell

Member of Tony's circle of friends.

Roberta Rhodes

 Voiced by: Catherine Haggquist

Mother of Rhodey. She became Tony's guardian after his father disappeared.

Howard Stark

 Voiced by: Fred Henderson

Tony's father.

T'Challa a.k.a. The Black Panther

 Voiced by: Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman

The king of Wakanda after his father was murdered.


Obadiah Stane / Iron Monger

 Voiced by: Mackenzie Gray

  • Anti-Villain: Surprisingly, he has shades of Type I. While he is a Corrupt Corporate Executive who's not above using illegal ways to reach his goals, he is still more of a businessman than a straight-up villain, and there are some lines he is unwilling to cross. Plus, he lacks Justin Hammer's psychotic traits.
  • Bald of Evil
  • Big Bad: Shares the role with Gene and later Justin Hammer.
  • Cassandra Truth: Anytime he claims not to be involved in anything evil or immoral, no one believes him. To be fair, he pretty much deserves it most of the time.
  • Convenient Coma
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: Though he would claim to just being being a regular businessman, Stane breaks many laws in his quest to make Stark International the biggest weapons dealer on the planet. This actually makes it harder for him to turn a profit (Stark International is losing money at the start of the second season and is only turned around by stealing the Iron Man armor designs), resulting in Blizzard dedicating his life to making Stane either miserable or dead.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: His relationship with his daughter Whitney is.... complicated. But deep inside, he does care about her.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Stane objects to the public endangerment involved in capturing Iron Man. Though he sells weapons, he says he is no murderer. Unless the line goes fuzzy at company heads and their sons. Perhaps his demands in the first episode were coincidence.
  • Greed: He wants to turn the Stark family's inventions into weapons despite the the tech being so far ahead of the curve that only Tony and Howard know how it works. In the two-part premiere, he nearly blows up half of the state of New York trying to show off said technology to the military.
  • Jerkass
  • Odd Friendship: His friendship with his complete antithesis Howard Stark.
  • Poisonous Friend: Again, to Howard.
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill: Claims to follow this. No one believes him, mostly because he's a ruthless businessman who doesn't seem to care about anything but money.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: Despite Iron Man saving his life many times, he will never thank him nor will he stop trying to get his hands on the armor's design.
  • Villainous Breakdown: When Tony finally gets him fired by exposing his deal with Ghost and he discovers Tony and Iron Man are the same, Stane steals an Iron Monger suit and goes on a rampage in an attempt to find Tony.

Temugin "Gene" Khan/The Mandarin (True Heir)

 Voiced by: Vincent Tong

Descendant of the original Mandarin.

  • Anti-Villain: Combines traits of Type I, II and III.
  • Cool Shades
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Enemy Mine: Played with in the first season: he teams up with Tony several times, but both are unaware of each other's identity.
    • Played straight for a very short time in Mandarin's quest.
  • Face Heel Turn: At the end of season 1.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Attempted this when Gene pushes Pepper out of the way of Fin Fang Foom and is apparently killed. Ironically, his sacrifice is what allowed him to acquire the fifth Makluan Ring and then betray the very friends he was helping.
  • Heterosexual Life Partners: With Tony.
  • Gray Eyes
  • Kick the Dog: Gene's treatment of poor Happy can be seen like this.
    • His treatment of Howard Stark in the second season is worse. It's like the writers want to erase any sympathy the audience might have for him.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: People very rarely refer to him by his actual name.
  • Parental Abandonment: His mother was killed by Zhang. We have no clue as to what happened to his biological father. And Zhang is pretty much evil.
  • Smug Snake: He acts a lot like Zhang, though he'd never admit it.
  • Utopia Justifies the Means: What Gene is using as an excuse to get all the rings whereas Tony believes that it's all a lie to justify his actions.

Xin Zhang/The Mandarin (The Usurper)

 Voiced by: Vincent Tong

Leader of the Tong and Gene's stepfather.

  • Abusive Parents: To Gene.
  • Karma Houdini: So far, anyway.
  • Love Makes You Evil: Averted. He was already evil and never loved Gene's mother.
  • Put on a Bus: He wasn't actually seen since the season 1 finale (though he appears in "Mandarin's Quest" as a hallucination).
  • The Usurper: Not a Khan as stated by Gene. It's s heavily implied that he killed Gene's mother, which would explain how he got the ring.

Arthur Parks/The Living Laser

 Voiced by: Louis Chirillo


 Voiced by: Michael Dobson

A mercenary infamous for getting the job done.

Count Nefaria

 Voiced by: Russell Roberts

Leader of the Maggia.

The Black Knight

 Voiced by: Alistair Abell

Killer Shrike

 Voiced by: Ty Olsson


 Voiced by: Michael Daingerfield


 Voiced by: Peter Kelamis

  • Adaptational Badass: and how. The Whiplash from the comic was basically just a guy with lashes and a lame costume. Armored Adventures redesigned him as a very competent and dangerous henchman using energized lashes who almost killed Iron Man in his first appearance. Interestingly, Iron Man 2 later makes an Adaptational Badass of the same villain (making him even more badass in the process), and used the energized lashe trick as well.
  • Combat Tentacles: His whips are much too versatile to be considered mere whips.
  • The Dragon: To Mr. Fix.
  • Hover Board: Has one with saw blades on it.
  • Whip It Good: Even lampshaded by Iron Man when he meets him.

 Tony: "What do they call you? The Whipping Boy? Whipo? Whip It Good?"

Mr. Fix

 Voiced by: Donny Lucas

Donald Gill/Blizzard

 Voiced by: David Orth

Basil Sandhurst/The Controller

 Voiced by: Michael Kopsa


 Voiced by: Lee Tockar

Justin Hammer / Titanium Man

 Voiced by: Michael Adamtwaite

The young owner of Hammer Multinational.

  • Arms Dealer
  • Bad Boss: He does not take failure well, regardless of who's fault it actually is.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: He buys out Stark International in "Hostile Takeover." Tony's response is to start his own company, Stark Solutions.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Justin may like a goofy, eccentric teenager, but he's a surprisingly dangerous foe.
  • Blondes Are Evil
  • The Dragon: Subverted; Tony and Rhodes believe Titanium Man is this to Justin, when it turns out that Justin is Titanium Man.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Tony; Now complete with his own armor. He even has an armory set up with a control apparatus similar to the one Pepper usually uses, which his secretary runs.
  • Manipulative Bastard
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Has shades of this, especially when things don't go his way.
  • Rich in Dollars, Poor In Sense: He bungee-jumps out of his office window just to screw with his secretary.
    • Nick Fury even lampshades his eccentricities during Justin's presentation, basically asking the other military figures, "Are we seriously buying weapons from this guy?"
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money
  • Smug Snake

Rhona Erwin/Rhona Burchill/Mad Thinker

A classmate who has a grudge with Tony for out-smarting her.

  • Ax Crazy: Just look at the traps she imagined for Tony and the others. Not to mention that she did this in the past already.
  • Badass Bookworm: Not on Tony's level, but she comes close.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: She attempted to kill Tony and his friends through a school full of traps and death games. Why? Because Tony took her place as the school's smartest student. And because she felt like Tony was mocking her even though he hardly even noticed her presence until she and her brother started getting actually aggressive.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: She does care about her brother Andy even though he is a mere robot she created in an attempt to replace her dead family.
  • Evil Genius
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Smart enough to create hightly advanced traps, build very realistic androids, and reproduce Dr. Pym's shrinking ray.
  • Not So Different: Played with; she apparently likes believing that Tony has the same defect as her, accusing him of befriending Happy because having an idiot for a friend made him feel more intelligent, and having her brother hint that Tony killed Howard because he couldn't stand his father being smarter than him. She's wrong, of course, and Tony didn't take the accusation well.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Stark initially didn't see her as more than a weird and aggressive schoolmate who was no more than a nuisance. Just try imagining his reaction when she turns out to be an Evil Genius with a robot brother who tried to kill him and his friends.
  • Smug Snake: She won't admit that Tony's smarter than her and will keep acting arrogant as much as she can.
  • Ultimate Universe: Based on the Ultimate Marvel version of The Mad Thinker.


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