Set in the Marvel Civil War age, where Tony is running the S.H.I.E.L.D. Registration Act of all operating supers, Iron Man travels to Thor's new heartland home to bring him inline. As Thor remains silent to Tony's pleasantries at seeing him alive, Stark quickly gets "to the formalities".
Click here to see his response (and more) on the next page.
While Tony follows suit, unleashing all the power his gauntlets can muster, when the repulsor smoke clears, Thor is standing unharmed. As the supposedly 'Invincible Iron Man' swaps strategies, flying in for a physical confrontation, Thor takes the cricket analogy one step further and a recurring result is had (also with a 'Spanng!').
As Thor again chases his wayward ball, and the scene at the start of this post is had, the Odinson calls down another volley of lighting upon the armoured Avenger. Tony stumbles from the blast, only to feel an Asgardian hand wrap firmly around his all too mortal throat...
Thor's respect for the shield slinger would have the Odinson knock Tony around one more time for Cap's sake, especially as the registration started a chain of events which led to Captain America's 'death'. Oh well, he can always take him out back in some cosmic battle, 'bury the hatchet', then claim Thanos did it.
Sure Tony may smell like a rotisserie chicken after and have hammer sized dings all over his 'shell', but if Thor says Thanos did it, Thanos did it okay? Sheesh!
What do you think?