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Review of chapter "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Deletion!" from CrystalBlaze
Review:
Freudian slip on Stark's part, with Momento Mori.

"Remember, you must die" was the advice given to commanders presented to Caesar, to remind them they are not gods and they need to remember their place.

Tony Stark has forgotten his place; and it's going to be a hard lesson reminding him.
Comments from author:
Huh. I actually did not know that. Interesting.
Review By [CrystalBlaze] • Date [14 Nov 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Deletion!" from Moontrap
Review:
Another great chapter. This latest chapter was really well done. The V for Vendetta movie idea really worked out well, and made me think of the elections we just had. Also, I like your idea of using the Model I for a worker force. The back up for the back up plan also was a cool idea. Burt Gummer would be proud. Thank you for letting us read your work, and I can't wait to read more of it.

Sincerely

John
Review By [Moontrap] • Date [14 Nov 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Deletion!" from Morgomir
Review:
Another great chapter. Keep up the good work.
Review By [Morgomir] • Date [14 Nov 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Deletion!" from mojtaba
Review:
Amazing story cant wait for the update.....btw i had to check wikipedia every other paragraph because I have never read a comic book, an american one anyway....yes i know but in my defense before the blockbuster movies came out it wasnt really that big in my country... we just had some tv shows of the most famous heroes... well i look forward to future lessons in culture :P
Review By [mojtaba] • Date [14 Nov 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "What You Stand For" from Morgomir
Review:
Interesting story idea. Keep up the good work. Minor spelling error, its not 'wielder' but 'welder' in that context.
Comments from author:
Whoops! Missed that. Thanks. You are one sharp eyed reader and the only one who mentioned it.
Review By [Morgomir] • Date [14 Nov 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Deletion!" from (Recent Donor)tchizek
Review:
Wonderful chapter, thanks!
Review By [(Recent Donor)tchizek] • Date [14 Nov 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Deletion!" from TAO
Review:
As someone who has dropped Marvel titles since Civil War (and Marvel's numerous pathetic attempts to retcon all the crap they had happen in the story before finally giving up and trying to sweep it under the proverbial rug and pretend it didn't happen), I find this fic very refreshing.

I also like the clever way you put in elements of "V for Vendetta"...it meshes very well. However, your Primus character reminds me of an old episode from Outer Limits (the newer version) where they created an AI that was more human than its human creators. I know, not really a new concept, but this fic reminded me of that episode.
Review By [TAO] • Date [14 Nov 12] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Deletion!" from MarcusSLazarus
Review:
Certainly maintaining the high standards you set in the first chapter, to say the least.

Like any good alternate reality story, it's fascinating to see how the same character can be changed by other events that took place in their lives; Iron Man 2.0 and Tony Stark might have started out as the same person, but it's fascinating to see how you've explored the contrast that now exists between them, Tony focused on preserving stability while 2.0 has set its sights on preserving/restoring freedom...

Keep up the good work!

(Just... you're not going to have Peter make that deal with Mephisto again, are you?)
Comments from author:
God no. I thought that storyline was one of the worst and most twisted pieces of retroactive editing that I had ever read. Even the Clone Saga; which was one of the most terrible bits in Spider-Man continuity didn't even come as close to how awful I thought the Mephisto Deal was. Which is sort of why I started this series at this point--so I could do a little editing of my own.

I think 2.0 has a greater sympathy and understanding of the value of freedom because he understood that his own existence would have been erased if Stark believed him to be a threat. As an artificial being, he would be regarded as property at best--and simply deleted at worst. That would greatly sharpen one's beliefs and feelings I think.

Thanks for the reviews! I appreciate it.
Review By [MarcusSLazarus] • Date [14 Nov 12] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "What You Stand For" from (Recent Donor)tchizek
Review:
Okay this is just cool, I always hated the Civil War story line but this I could get behind...
Comments from author:
Awesome.

Personally, I thought that the Civil War started with a fairly good concept and idea but it was the ending that was bungled so badly that I disliked it as well.

Hope you continue to read and enjoy what Iron Man 2.0 has got planned for Tony Stark and the Initiative.
Review By [(Recent Donor)tchizek] • Date [13 Nov 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "What You Stand For" from MarcusSLazarus
Review:
Interesting idea with some DEFINITE long-term potential; keep up the good work!
Review By [MarcusSLazarus] • Date [13 Nov 12] • Not Rated
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