Iron Man

Goodbye 'Iron Man,' hello 'Ironheart'

Instead, Williams has been christened "Ironheart."

"Ironheart" writer Brian Michael Bendis told Wired that "Iron Woman seemed old fashioned to some."

"Iron Maiden looked like a legal nightmare," Bendis said. "And Ironheart, coined by [comic book editor] Joe Quesada, after I told him my planned story for Riri, speaks not only to the soul of the character but to the Iron Man franchise as a whole."

The new 'Iron Man' is a black woman

A black female character is taking over the suit from Tony Stark, Time is reporting. 

Riri Williams "is a science genius who enrolls in MIT at the age of 15" and "comes to the attention of Tony when she builds her own Iron Man suit in her dorm," according to the magazine.