Armor (matter) – Armor made out of inorganic matter.
Iron Man (Marvel) is the most famous hero with armor and first armor was the Mark I in Marvel Fact Files #48 (Eaglemoss).
The Iron Monger (Marvel) armor is in some ways the Mark I armor on steroids in Marvel Fact Files #54.
Iron Man has a new endo-sym armor that seems more like a superpower than a gadget.
The Guardsman (Marvel) armor was designed for prison guards dealing with supervillains (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V2 #5).
Marvel Fact Files #44 (Eaglemoss).
War Machine (Marvel) uses yet another armor created by Tony Stark in Marvel Fact Files #14 (Eaglemoss).
Iron Man has created many, many suits of armor!
An alternate Earth Tony Stark creates the Star Light armor for Sharon Rogers (Marvel) in Marvel Future Fight-An Eye on the Future #1.
The Crimson Dynamo (Marvel) is an armored opponent of Iron Man that focused on offensive weapons (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V1 #3).
The Titanium Man (Marvel) has been a cohort of the Crimson Dynamo and the wearer is a larger man than Iron Man and generally larger and stronger than Iron Man (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V1 #11).
Beetle (Marvel) is a super villain and in Marvel Fact Files #30.
The Black Panther (Marvel) creates a one-shot armor in The Totally Awesome Hulk #9.
Iron Maiden uses a low tech armor but the armor still saves her life more than once in T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #7 (Tower).
Magnattack (Image Comics) uses magnetism to create metal armor (The Official Handbook of the Invincible Universe #2).
The Rhino (Marvel) cannot take of his rhino armor which is actually much tougher than rhino hide (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V1 #9).
The Elephant (Image) uses very low tech armor and is probably an homage to the Rhino above (Official Handbook of the Invincible Universe #1).
In contrast, the Furnace (Image) is like an evil Iron Man in the Invincible Universe (Official Handbook of the Invincible Universe #1).
Lava is trapped in his armor (1993 SkyBox Ultraverse).
Prototype is the most powerful armored character in the Ultraverse (1993 SkyBox Ultraverse).
Ranger was the predecessor of Prototype in the Ultraverse (1993 SkyBox Ultraverse).
Fortress America appeared in Pantheon (Lone Star Press).
The Forever Knights (Ben 10) wear armor that looks mediaeval but is technologically enhanced.
Combat is part of the Wildstorm universe and wears armor that has a Viking flavor (Youngblood Battlezone #1).
S.E.N.T.I.N.E.L. (Wildstorm) uses a mini force field to protect his head (Youngblood Battlezone #1).
Captain Matthew Huxley – Quarantine Zone OGN – Daniel H. Wilson
Kryptonian Armor – Superboy V5 #15 (DC)
The Atomic Knight (DC) wears a radiation proof suit in DC Who’s Who V1 #1.
Make sure to read DC vs. Valiant Universe 2: Armorines vs. The Atomic Knights.
Defensor (Marvel) wears a conquistador armor made of vibranium in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V1 #3.
In Tales to Astonish V1 #60, Bruce Banner is smart enough to make an armor that can defeat the Hulk but is stupid enough to call the suit of armor Robot (Marvel).
Stilt-Man (Marvel) has a suit of armor with stilts (Marvel Fact Files #41)!
Tesla Strong (America’s Best Comics) operates a Gemsuit that protects her from lava in a volcano but not the hostile humanoids that inhabit the volcano.
Armorines (Valiant) in their first incarnation in Armorine #0 in 1994. The Armorines are created from alien technology to take on X-O Manowar.
A much reboot version of the Armorines is explained in Valiant Universe Handbook 2015 Edition #1.
A one-shot armor probably designed by Reed Richards in Secret Invasion – Fantastic Four #2.
Baron Daigon in Hasbro Heroes Sourcebook #1 (IDW).
Armor is often used in trading card games.
Armored Bantha Mount (Star Wars)
Armored Raider Gandaval
Armored Scout Gestuchar
Armored Warrior Quelos
Dragon Scale Armor
Marine Rebel Armor
Orca Battle Suit