Layton and Romita Jr. are back, but it’s just a fill-in—or an epilogue. It’s the last issue for Layton. What’s odd is that it tries to tie into continuity (which fill-ins usually avoid), but Marvel still hasn’t nailed down a creative team for this book so continuity really isn’t possible.
The story is just Iron Man in a space station trying to disarm weaponry. And hints that the microchip that un-paralyzed Tony Start after he was shot is starting to malfunction.