A lot of what I loved about this collection is echoed from the first omnibus. Fraction's Tony Stark has to deal with one thing after the other and maybe it's gritty, intense, or another plethora of similar adjectives, but I can see where that works. Like Tony's alluded to, he has to confront head-on where his past has brought him and decide if that's a place he wants to be. Tony was not a nice person and so Tony Stark did some pretty terrible things. But that doesn't make him a bad person, and the junction of realisation is really well addressed here.With a well fleshed-out cast of characters, this continues to be a fantastic investment both monetary, character, and time wise.