Captain America Has Come Along Way Since Not Knowing MySpace in Tony Stark: Iron Man #9

We all remember the infamous moment in Civil War: Frontline #11 when Sally Floyd accosted Captain America about the Civil War (which was clearly 100% Tony Stark's fault), accusing him of being out of touch with regular Americans due to his lack of a profile on the then-popular social media service MySpace.

Ah, good times. Remember when this was the stupidest thing that could happen in a comic?


But times have definitely changed since then. In this preview of next week's Tony Stark: Iron Man, Steve Rogers shows he's clearly taken an interest in modern times, revealing that he's apparently a video gamer by making a Grand Theft Auto reference!

Captain America Has Come Along Way Since Not Knowing MySpace in Tony Stark: Iron Man #9

Sure, it's an old game. But baby steps.

Tony Stark: Iron Man #9 hits stores next Wednesday.

Tony Stark: Iron Man #9
(W) Dan Slott, Jim Zub (A) Valerio Schiti (CA) Alexander Lozano
• Who controls the eScape? Who controls the real world? And who is in control of Iron Man?
• The answer to at least one of these questions is the Controller.
• The answer to the others might surprise you.
• It's an all-out battle on multiple fronts with reality, the cyberscape and the heart, mind and soul of Tony Stark at stake!
Rated T+
In Shops: Mar 13, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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