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Real Name
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Victoria Juniper Potts
Current Alias
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Rescue

Aliases
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Vicki, Iron Woman

Identity
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Alignment
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Affiliation
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Stark Industries (Formerly), Avengers

Relatives
Parents

Universe
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Base Of Operations
Avengers Tower

Characteristics
Gender
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Eyes
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Hair
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Status
Citizenship
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Marital Status
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[[:Category:In a Relationship with Tony Stark Characters|In a Relationship with Tony Stark]]

Occupation
Member of the Avengers, Former CEO of Stark Industries

Education
Business School Graduate

Origin
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Place of Birth

Creators
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First appearance

Days of Future Infinity #14


History

Quote1 Well, if I couldn't save the world as a businesswoman... maybe it's time for a more hands on approach. Quote2
-- Vicki Potts

Vicki Potts was originally Tony Stark's personal assistant while she was taking business classes. Over the years, the two of them formed a very close friendship, and even had crushes on each other at varying times.

She stuck by him through everything, becoming Iron Man, joining the Avengers, and even traveling to the future and back with warning of the end of the world. One such prophecy from the future included Stark Industries going bankrupt and being bought out by Norman Osborn, so in an attempt to prevent this, he hands over control of the company to Vicki. While she initially does a good job running the company, she could not stop the market from plummeting, which eventually results in the company going under. With no other options, Vicki was forced to sell to Oscorp.

Feeling like she was partially at fault for adding to the end of the world, she approached Tony asking for help to rectify her mistakes. He was then ecstatic to build her a suit of armor, which led to her joining the Avengers as Rescue. After working together fighting to save the world, the two finally began a relationship.


Powers and Abilities

Powers

No Special Powers

Abilities

None known.

Strength level

Average Strength, Armor Provides Super Strength

Weaknesses

None known.


Paraphernalia

Equipment:

  • Rescue Armor

Transportation:

  • Capable of Flight via Armor
  • Quinjet

Weapons:

  • Repulser Blasts
  • Tank Missiles


Notes

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Trivia

  • The media often calls her Iron Woman, which she was publicly rebuffed. She, Invisible Woman, and Jennifer Walters often complain about the media not calling them by their actual codenames.



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