This is really cute.
In Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies, Vision was married to Agatha. That mini was written by Robinson, who is currently writing Scarlet Witch, and this issue of Vision had some parallels/references to Robinson's SW book which would imply that they're in contact with each other about their books.
Huh, so I haven't been reading comics a whole lot lately, what's with Vision and his whole family of Visions? Who built them, and why are they a nuclear family in some prissy suburb?
Teen Vision was iron lad's armor with a copy of the vision's ai in it, this Vision is the original whose self repair systems finally fixed him because Tony left him in a crate after She-hulk tore him in half. They're pretty much two different guys.
I don't like the art in this. Vision has always been drawn as being an exact human except with red skin. It's even been stated that his organs and everything are exactly the same as a human's except composed of synthetic materials. But in this he has weird ears, his family has these lines that make it look like they're made of panels, and his family's hair looks like cables or something.
Don't know why. Human Torch Jim Hammond was an android and a well respected hero along with a few others over the years.
But hey here I am expecting continuity and not just shoving anti-(insert here) sentiments for the sake of forced drama.
Like the one bigot in Riverdale to pop up just in a Keller comic just so her and her daughter can be run out of town and make Kevin sympathetic.
Pym and Ultron going into the facility where the daughter is being treated.
"Don't mind us, we're here for family."
Pym and Ultron working into the late hours. Finished she's all patched up and just resting. Both leave and go their separate ways.
Hickman's Strange had a whole "magic always has a price" deal going on, and Aaron has adopted that approach as a core tenant of how magic works in his Dr. Strange ongoing. The other magic focused books have presumably been told to follow Strange's approach to magic by editorial, since it's the "flagship magic book" of a sort.
It's just a comic book cliché to explain why magic users can't just do whatever they want.
Agatha was killed off before Wanda and Vision had their kids and revived after the kids disappeared, so it's not accurate to say she was their nanny.
I know deep-diving continuity research is out of fashion now but editors really ought to catch these things.
>They wouldn't really dare to have her go crazy and kill everybody again, would they?
Going crazy is pretty much all she's remembered for. She's the female equivalent of Hank Pym - just swap spousal abuse with reality warping.
Power at a price is a very old magic convention.
She's not Magneto's daughter. How could she ever be a mutant when Chthon trumps all?
"Oh she's a mutant you just have to overlook the HE and the massively powerful Elder God...no sirree those don't matter."
>yfw he used his own brainwaves in an attempt to prove his humanity and when they fuck up it shows him that no matter how advanced he is he will never be human.
>artist steps outside the box
They're synthezoids, basically anatomically correct synthetic humans with human brain patterns copied into their brains, they got sex drives and the equipment to do what they need to.
Depression does not make you "nuts", it makes you feel like shit. It actually makes you too aware of bad things to the point where it destroys your self-belief and ability to function.
Of course ignorant idiots like Brian Michael Bendis think Depression = Crazy Psychopath, because his knowledge of mental illness is approximately that of a retarded 3 year old's.
Problem is if Virginia really does go psycho and she's based off Wanda's brain patterns any bad shit is gonna be blamed on Wanda and undermine her efforts to prove herself. It goes without saying Vizh will be in poo-poo town himself.
A side note: How can Agatha be so sure Chthon isn't bullshitting her via the Everbloom or what she is seeing is true?