First Appearance: Iron Man
Designer / Creator: Tony Stark
Affiliations: Hall of Armors
Mark Number: Mark II
Code Name: None
Armor Class: Basic Iron Man Suit
Armor Type: None
Armor Color: Steel Silver (None)
Height: User's Height
Power Core: Palladium Arc Reactor Mark II
Enhanced Composite Armor With Ceramic Plating & Silicon-Infused Steel
Special Systems: N/A
Other Features: N/A
Preceded by: Mark I
Followed by: Mark III
The Mark II (2), was constructed as a prototype with an emphasis on exploring flight potential. As the first suit of Iron Man armor built at Stark Indstries, the Mark II armor was soon replaced by the Mark III armor after initial flight testing which was given the famous red and gold color scheme.
Although this feature has become a regular ability for all succeeding armors, the Mark II is the first to be able to achieve sustained flight. Using both the Repulsors on it's hand and boots, the armor can attain flight and fly at high speeds. The Repulsors are a key part to the armor's flight as it is the factor that stabilizes the armor during flight or when hovering.
The Mark II has steel flaps which are used for breaking air speed when flying or traveling in the air.
The Mark II has ailerons and flaps built into the legs and shoulders to increase flight stability. These features later become more concealed within the armor in later versions of the suit.
The Mark II is equipped with two flight stabilizers that can also be used as repulsors when in tough situations.
The Mark II has standard repulsors, which were used mainly for flight power and stability. Despite this, as shown when Rhodey stole it, they could be used for battle.
The Mark II has a standard Unibeam, and has a whitish blue glow coming from the Unibeam's power source. The Mark II is powered by the Palladium Arc Reactor Mark II.
The Mark II armor was first constructed by Tony Stark after escaping the Ten Rings. The suit was much more streamlined than the Mark I, with more focus on flight. The suit was taken on its first flight, where it was discovered it had a problem with freezing at high altitudes. This issue was solved with a refined titanium-gold alloy used in the Mark III armor.
Tony becomes drunk at, what Tony believes to be, his last birthday party while in the Iron Man armor. Tired with Stark's child-like behavior, James Rhodes steals the Mark II and battles Tony's Mark IV armor, demolishing several rooms in his house. Rhodes then delivers it to the US Air Force, who customizes and weaponizes it, transforming it into the War Machine armor.
There is no mention or appearance of the Mark II.
The Mark II can be seen in the original Hall of Armors in Tony's garage, along with the Mark's I, III, IV, V, VI, and VII. It is later destroyed after the Mandarin's forces destroy Tony's Malibu house by demolishing it with missiles.
Iron Man (video game)Edit
Tony constructed the Mark II upon his return to America. During his initial flight and combat training, the Maggia Crime Syndicate attacked Stark Industries, angry at the shut-down of the Weapons Development Division.Using the Mark II, Stark fought them off, until they hijacked a prototype Stark Gunship, which Tony shot down. The Mark II can be unlocked later, and is the fastest suit in the game.
The Mark II makes an appearance in the interactive comic app when Tony creates it and gives it a test flight, which was based on the same scene found in the first Iron Man film.
The Mark II is a playable and unlockable armor in the game.
- Score Multiplier: x1.5
- Special Power: Frost Charge
- Game Description:
- Armor Description:
- There are no current notes available on this topic, as of the moment.
- The Mark II is the first and only armor to feature a pure and shiny steel silver color design on it's armor plating, since it has not been painted yet to any color.
- Following this, since the Mark II doesn't have color, it is the only armor to not have been painted, aside from having it's steel silver appearance from the original color of the metal plating used on it.
- The armor has an issue with freezing at high altitues. This was fixed with the new titanium-gold alloy used in the Mark III armor.
- This armor was temporarily the Mark I War Machine armor from Iron Man 2 to pre-Iron Man 3.
Iron Man 3 - The Official GameEdit
JARVIS: A Second Screen ExperienceEdit
- There are no References to dsiplay.
- The Mark II on Wikipedia.
- The Mark II on the Marvel Comics Database.
- The Mark II on the Marvel Cinematic Universe Wiki.
- The Mark II on the Marvel Movies Wiki.
| 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|