Then, during the final act, when Doctor Strange and the other heroes who were dusted show up to help the original Avengers fight off the 2014 Thanos’ army, Pepper suddenly flies into frame sporting a violet suit of armor, Tony’s anniversary gift. As Pepper joins the fight in the climactic battle of Avengers: Endgame, she demonstrates just how powerful her armor is, easily destroying the ships in Thanos’ army, and everything else she concentrates her repulsor blasts on. She previously gained control of the Mark 42 armor in Iron Man 3. We haven’t seen much of Pepper since, only in small roles in Spider-Man: Homecoming and Avengers: Infinity War, so her suiting up in this capacity in Avengers 4 is a major nextstep for her. TheLazerShell explains how in the comics, the Rescue suit is a stripped down version of the Iron Man suit that has zero offensive capabilities and as such, is much faster. For that reason, the armor was more of a stripped-down version of Tony Stark’s Iron Man suits, not having weapons of any kind, instead offering flight, protection and enhanced strength. And while Tony’s gone, his legacy will live on more likely not with Pepper, but with Morgan, who could the Rescue armor (something that was teased in Avengers: Endgame) down the road.
While the original plan was to scan and digitize the entire collection, that plan was sidelined by the more dire need to preserve the deteriorating photos. Should he be ‘vindicated’ he plans to spend three to six months at home before going on tour with the new show he is writing while in prison. She has a soft spot for The Lion King, old songs, and home design; is currently obsessed with old sitcoms (The Golden Girls!); and won’t dare watch any horror films although she’s (ironically) dying to see one. That is until Morgan is old enough to make a suit of her own. Pepper’s Rescue suit was teased earlier in Avengers: Endgame when Tony caught their daughter, Morgan Stark, playing with it after finding it in the garage. FIRST LOOK AT PEPPER AS RESCUE! So for all intents and purposes, Gwyneth Paltrow becomes the blueprint for who audiences see Pepper as: whip-smart and in love with a man whose shit she is entirely done with.
But the hype was real; Paltrow even leaked a picture of the Rescue armor on her Instagram in the lead up to Endgame, fueling the speculation that her heroic persona would show up, and people lost it. This is a great picture showing how tyre degradation can cause problems off the racing line with the infamous ‘marbles’, but having won the British Grand Prix, Schumacher celebrates victory at Silverstone as he picks up the extra rubber to add weight to his car. The armor’s floating repulsors pack an extra devastating punch — in fact, it’s an added feature that Tony doesn’t even have on his Mark 85 armor. He’s been in love with comics for a very long time, and believes there is some good to be found even in the industry’s more difficult times. Cooper’s love for movies began by watching Toy Story and Lion King on repeat as a child, but it wasn’t until The Avengers that he took an invested interest in movies and the filmmaking process, leading him to discover the world of film journalism.
When Spider-Man first appeared in the early 1960s, all people began to love it. He feared people might be disappointed that he was not the larger-than-life character they saw on stage and felt trapped by his own image. Boston Magazine listed Langdon as one of the city’s top ten most intriguing people. What, then, of Bon Appetit, the cookery magazine that found itself in such hot water? Until then, she only popped up occasionally, having given up corporate life to settle in the suburbs and raise a family. Given this, it’s distinctly possible he designed his wife’s armor based on the purple-bluish gown she wore during Iron Man’s charity gala where they shared a romantic dance and almost kissed in the balcony. In Iron Man 3 and Avengers: Age of Ultron, fans saw that the genius had armor for every possible situation, whether that was to assemble a suit in pieces from across the country or take on the might of Bruce Banner’s alter ego.