All of the suits from Mark VIII all the way through to Mark XLII.
Phase Two starts out with Iron Man 3, the film that gives us a hell of a lot of suits, which is probably where fans most likely get lost without some sort of guide.
MK VIII. This suit is much the same as the previous model, but a bit sleeker and more manoeuvrable, including a detachable backpack. Like most of the suits, this one was blown up when Tony initiated “Clean Slate” protocol, as well as all the rest through to MK XLII.
MK IX. Not much changes with the next suit. This one can also open up anywhere without the help of robotic arms, wrapping around Stark like the MK VII could. It also features a thruster on the reverse.
MK XII. Capable of generating a repulsor shield, this suit doesn’t feature the traditional Iron Man colours.
MK XV. “Sneaky”. This is the initial stealth suit, with the ability to darken or lighten its colours to the environment. It’s also able to fly smoothly and quietly, cloaking itself from enemy radar.
MK XVI. “Nightclub”. This suit utilises more sophisticated stealth technology. Able to blend into the background at night, it can run a lot smoother than Sneaky, but the weapon output is reduced to repulsors.
MK XXVII. “Disco”. Its funky colour scheme is the source of its name, but its ability allows it to blend seamlessly into its environment like a chameleon.
MK XXVIII. “Jack”. A superior radiation-proof suit, slightly weightier than previous models. The colour system is not dissimilar to a radiation hazard symbol.
MK XXXI. “Piston”. A quicker version of previous suits, able to achieve a speed five times faster than sound. That’s bloody fast!
MK XXXIII. “Silver Centurion”. An improved version of Blue Steel, the Silver Centurion is made for energy amplification, which gives it its distinctive look. It also features retractable vibranium blades. Eat your heart out, Wolverine.
MK XXXIV. “Southpaw”. Meaning left-handed, this disaster rescue suit features a claw with which Tony can pick up and remove debris.
MK XXXVIII. “Igor”. Slouched and bulky, this suit features the strength as we haven’t seen in any of the other suits. Capable of lifting objects many times its own weight, Igor is possibly a predecessor of the Hulkbuster.
MK XLII. The mark forty-two is the armour that Tony mainly uses in Iron Man 3. He has engineered it in such a way that it will fly to him when called upon. It is a much more convenient way of suiting up than previous models. Also, remotely controlled.
So there you have it. All of the suits made between the events of Avengers Assemble and Iron Man 3. Now it should be easier to keep up. The next post will finish off the list of suits used in the MCU to date.