This series ended with more of a whimper than a bang really, but it was still enjoyable as it’s always good fun to see Iron Man and War Machine go up against each other. I did like how Palmer Addley was almost impossible to defeat right to the very end, and that it was Rhodey who defeated him, because it looked for a while like Reed Richards was just going to come in out of the blue and wave his science wand. The art was a bit of a mess again, I really like Carmine Di Giandomenico so it was cool to see him again, but his style really doesn’t match Olivetti’s or Pierfederici’s. I wonder what it is about Rhodey that means his solo series just can’t last? He’s a good character that combines a lot of the good stuff about Iron Man with a more military setting, so why can’t it catch on? Even with Iron Man in the title? It’s annoying, because I feel Spencer had a good take on the character and could have taken things on nicely, but as it stands he only just managed to finish his big Palmer Addley story. I suppose I’ll just have to take my Rhodey where I can get it in Secret Avengers and wait for the next ongoing that’ll only last 12 issues (yes, I know technically this book had 13).