It's Earth. Sometime soon. The Greenhouse Effect has taken hold and so has the power of the Stark Conspiracy - a group of financial giants with more money than God and the social conscience of a dog on a croquet lawn. With the stock markets in chaos and an inexplicable world recession biting, Wall Street journalist Chrissie Keating is tempted by the story of a lifetime - corruption on a grand scale. But will her story be the death of her?

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Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 55 minutes

Premier: 1993-12-08

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Howard Stark is an American fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is usually depicted as a background character in stories featuring his son Tony Stark and also in stories featuring Captain America. He is the founder of Stark Industries. Throughout the character's publication history, Howard Stark has been featured in several incarnations of comic book series. He has also been adapted for several animated TV shows and films. Throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the character has been portrayed by Dominic Cooper and John Slattery.

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Howard Walter Stark appeared in the 1990s Iron Man animated series, voiced by Neil Ross (in “The Origin of Iron Man” [Pt. 1]) and by Peter Renaday (in “Not Far From The Tree”). In “The Origin of Iron Man”, Howard died in a hospital after a plane explosion, though it is implied he was actually assassinated by Justin Hammer. In “Not Far From the Tree”, someone who appears to be Howard is rescued from A.I.M.. Howard reveals to Tony Stark that he had been traded by Nick Fury for a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent with A.I.M. However, Fury reveals that Howard had been captured by A.I.M. for a mind-reading experiment and was later killed. The man that had been rescued was a clone, created with Howard's memories as part of a plan for A.I.M. to take over Stark Industries, and the clone escapes capture and vows to return. Howard Stark appears in Iron Man: Armored Adventures, voiced by Fred Henderson. In the series, Howard is supposedly killed in the airplane crash but was eventually revealed to have been abducted by the Mandarin because his company had uncovered what they supposed to be a Chinese temple on American soil, which turned out to be a tomb for one of the Mandarin's Makluan Rings; Stark was supposed to help the Mandarin in recovering the other nine rings from across the world. Near the end of the series, Stark is found and freed by his son whom he knows to be Iron Man, and proves instrumental in thwarting the Makluan invasion of Earth and reforming the Mandarin. Howard Stark is mentioned in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes. In the episode “Living Legend”, Captain America mentioned to Iron Man knowing Howard back in World War II. Howard Stark appears briefly in a magazine cover along with Tony Stark and Obadiah Stane in the introduction sequence of Marvel Anime: Iron Man. Howard Stark is featured in the Avengers Assemble animated series, voiced by Stephen Collins (in “Thanos Rising”), and by Charlie Schlatter (in “New Year's Resolution”). This version is Arsenal's creator and Peggy Carter's acquaintance. In the episode “Thanos Rising”, he is seen in Arsenal's hologram transmission for Tony Stark which Steve Rogers also sees. Howard states that Arsenal can absorb anything into an alternate dimension with a chance to self-destruct. Of course some of Stark's hologram messages have corrupted over the time. In the episode “New Year's Resolution”, Howard and Peggy had just finished apprehending Doctor Faustus in 1949 on New Year's Eve when they are attacked by robots posing as Hydra agents which bring them to the present. Kang the Conqueror wants to eliminate Stark so that neither Iron Man nor Arno Stark would exist. During the confrontation, Howard uses one of his son's armors to fight Kang. Captain America and Iron Man defeat Kang and help send Howard and Peggy (as well as Faustus) back to 1949. Dominic Cooper portrays Howard Stark in Agent Carter. In season one, he enlists Peggy Carter to help him find out who has been framing him for selling weapons on the black market while he goes incognito. Howard even enlists his butler Edwin Jarvis to help in Peggy's mission; Peggy and Edwin discover that the culprits are the mysterious Leviathan organization. Unbeknownst to Peggy, Jarvis has been secretly keeping Stark posted on the happenings in the mission. In season two, Stark helps Carter when it comes to the Zero Matter threat. It's also revealed that he was an old acquaintance of Joseph Manfredi.

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