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The Vision appears only in the background of the Hank Pym timequake panel in Age of Ultron #10, but this issue sets him free and proves one of Tony Stark’s theories wrong. Or, it proves how futile all efforts to stop Ultron truly are. Or, both. So many possibilities! How I love time travel!
Random Thought! Age of Ultron #10 is the only comic that I own. It’s Random Thoughts time! Get excited!
Having discarded it almost immediately upon returning home with my new comics, it’s hard to remember that Age of Ultron #10 came wrapped in a black Polybag. The series began with a foil cover and ended in a Polybag. In 2013. It was a series of constant surprises, no?
One of the things I’ve always liked about Age of Ultron #10 is how it brings to an end not just Brian Michael Bendis’s time on the Avengers books, but also closes the loop on the first arc of the “Heroic Age” relaunch of Avengers. Bendis is not just a writer who likes to return to ideas/themes, he likes to return to specific plot points and characters, exploring them as fully as possible. Here, it’s Ultron and time ‘breaking.’
I had a small theory to float about Age of Ultron #10 and the moment where time is ‘broken,’ but I don’t think it’s going to play out exactly. I think I’ll float it anyway.
I was going to get around to this, but Neil Kapit has made the timing seem better sooner than later.
Blurb: Marvel’s first event of 2013 comes to an end by… never actually happening? Say what, Mr. Bendis?!?
As an ending, Age of Ultron #10 couldn’t help but be a little disappointing. Continue Reading »
Gødland Finale is a cosmic superhero comic.
The second half of the near year-long weekly Q&A interview that I conducted with Joe Casey. The first half is here.
Random Thought! It’s the final Random Thoughts! Get excited!
And, so, we hit my favourite comic book of 2012… THE BOYS BY GARTH ENNIS, RUSS BRAUN, DARICK ROBERTSON, JOHN MCCREA, KEITH BURNS, TONY AVINA, AND SIMON BOWLAND!
Something that always seems to get lost in year-end lists is that no one experiences just new things. You always have a mix of new and old and the old always get lost. So, mixed in with my top ten comics of 2012, I will discuss five comics (in alphabetical order) that are from before 2012 that I read in 2012 and loved. We conclude with… “THE SPIDER-CLONE SAGA” BY MANY, MANY PEOPLE!
Here it is, the second-best comic of 2012… PROPHET BY BRANDON GRAHAM, SIMON ROY, GIANNIS MILONOGIANNIS, AND OTHERS!
Something that always seems to get lost in year-end lists is that no one experiences just new things. You always have a mix of new and old and the old always get lost. So, mixed in with my top ten comics of 2012, I will discuss five comics (in alphabetical order) that are from before 2012 that I read in 2012 and loved. We continue with… NEXUS OMNIBUS VOL. 1 BY MIKE BARON, STEVE RUDE, AND OTHERS!