14 Facts About Arno Stark


Arno Stark is the name of two similar fictional characters appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, appearing as a counterpart of the superhero Iron Man from the multiverse.

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An alternate equivalent of Arno Stark has since been seen in the mainstream Earth-616 continuity as the previously unknown brother of Iron Man.

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Arno Stark is revealed to have been genetically altered by the Recorder known as 451, intending for the child to grow up to pilot a suit of armor known as the Godkiller.

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Arno Stark's existence was purposefully kept a secret until decades later when he was discovered by Tony Stark at the Maria Stark Foundation.

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Arno Stark joined up with Sunset Bain's company Baintronics in a plot to steal data from Stark Unlimited.

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Amidst the crisis in Tony's eScape virtual reality program, Arno hacked Stark Unlimited's surveillance systems and found confronting virtual versions of Howard and Maria called Arsenal Beta and Mistress.

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Arno Stark then witnessed Tony using brain power to construct the Godbuster Armor.

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When it was discovered that his brother is just a simulation and actually died during the Civil War II storyline, Arno used this to his advantage to acquire Stark Unlimited through a merger with Baintronics.

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Now having a new destiny, Arno Stark became the latest person to take on the Iron Man mantle.

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Arno Stark attempted to prevent this by uniting humanity against this cause, the efforts of which would only enslave it.

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Arno Stark then revealed that he's actually responsible for Fury's framing as a rogue agent selling top secret superhuman research on the black market.

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When Fury and the Avengers confront him, Arno Stark uses a nanite fleet in his body, imbuing him with super-human strength and invulnerability.

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Iron Man disabled his brother's nanites via electromagnetic pulse to which Arno Stark is killed when Thor strikes him with a lightning bolt.

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Earth-616 version of Arno Stark appears as a playable character in Marvel: Future Fight with alternate costume designs consisting of Iron Man's Hulkbuster armor from Avengers: Age of Ultron and Bruce Banner's from Avengers: Infinity War.

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