1st Appearance: Iron Man
Designer / Creator: Tony Stark
Affiliations: Hall of Armors
Mark Number: Mark I
Code Name: None
Armor Class: Basic Iron Man Suit
Armor Type: None
Armor Color: Steel Silver (None)
Height: User's Height
Power Core: Mini-Arc Reactor Mark I
Strength Level: Page In Progress.
Main Systems: Internal Systems
Special Systems: None
Other Features: Jet Boots
Preceded by: None
Followed by: Mark II
The Mark I (1), was the first Iron Man suit built and created by Tony Stark, in the initial events of the live-action film, Iron Man, and was later used to be transformed into the infamous Iron Monger by Obadiah Stane.
It was featured in the movie Iron Man, and made its debut in the movie when Tony and Ho Yinsen were held captive by the terrorist group known as the Ten Rings. As they were held captive, they both devised a plan, through some old blueprints that displayed the image of the Mark I, thus marking the creation of Tony's first Iron Man suit.
It has a few notable functionalities and weapons that it was equipped with, namely a Manually Deployed Rocket Launcher, a Flamethrower mounted on right arm, Jet Boots equipped on it's soles, an exposed Internal System attached to it's back, that runs and operates the whole suit's functionalities, and the very first Miniature Arc Reactor that powers the entire suit, and was later modified to a more advanced level called an Arc Reactor, to power almost all of the known Iron Man suits that exist at present.
The Mark I has a very crude appearance, with silver armor and no colors like Stark's other suits. This crude appearace is due to the fact that Tony had limited resources when constructing the armor from Jericho missile parts, and didn't have the resources or money to build highly advanced suits. It also had a pointed chest plate, curved helmet and more. It is composed of an iron-copper-magnesium alloy, giving it decent resistance against small arms fire.
The suit features very crude flight abilities based on solid state rocket fuel salvaged from the Jericho missile's propulsion system. The armor has no aerodynamic control over its flight, causing Stark to lose control of his suit shortly after he flew out of the caves.
The Mark I has an attached flamethrower on it's right arm. It is fueled by a small gas tank equipped on top of it's arm. Which is then ignited with a flame through manual control to create a very destructive flame-thrower.
Manually Deployed RocketEdit
The armor is equipped with a powerful Rocket, which is attached inside the arm piece of the armor. Because of the lack of power in the film, the Rocket malfunctioned, which caused Tony to deploy it manually.
In a life changing moment, Tony Stark is attacked and captured by terrorists, named The Ten Rings. While being held captive, Tony was forced to build a Jericho missile for them.
With the help of Ho Yinsen, Tony builds the Mark I suit instead and uses it to escape from the Ten Rings captivity. A few weeks later, he built the Mark II Armor with better weapons systems and propulsion but with no computer systems inside just in case the advanced Iron Man armors were hacked or taken over.
The suit is extremely resistant to damage, easily shrugging off small arms fire, and shown to be capable of withstanding being struck by a missile. The suit is later reduced to pieces after Stark ends up smashing straight into the ground after losing control of his suit's flying capabilities in the movie. After Stark's escape, the Ten Rings gang recover the pieces and assemble it back together.
The Ten Rings gave it to Obadiah Stane. Later, he upgraded the armor to combat Iron Man in the Mark III armor, now under the name of the Iron Monger. The Iron Monger was destroyed, and Obadiah was killed.
The armor appears in this Application, mainly featured at the beginning and throughout the game in the Hall of Armors next to the Marks II, III, IV, V, and VI.
- Armor Description:
- There are no current notes available on this topic, as of the moment.
- This is the first and only armor to be equipped with a Flamethrower, over the course of the film franchise.
- This is one of the heaviest armors so far among all of Tony's armors in existence, but also one of the weakest.
- Because of it's limited capabilities, and it's very weak composition, the Mark I is the only armor that will never be a part of Iron Man 3 - The Official Game.
External Links & ReferencesEdit
- The Mark I on the Marvel Database.
| Cinematic Armors|
|Iron Man||Mark I • Mark II • Mark III|
|Iron Man 2||Mark IV • Mark V • Mark VI|
|The Avengers||Mark VII|
|Iron Man 3||Mark VIII • Mark IX • Mark X • Mark XI • Mark XII • Mark XIII• Mark XIV • Mark 15 • Mark 16 • Mark 17 • Mark 18 • Mark 19 • Mark 20 • Mark 21 • Mark 22 • Mark 23 • Mark 24 • Mark 25 • Mark 26 • Mark 27 • Mark 28 • Mark 29 • Mark 30 • Mark 31 • Mark 32 • Mark 33 • Mark 34 • Mark 35 • Mark 36 • Mark 37 • Mark 38 • Mark 39 • Mark 40 • Mark 41 • Mark 42|