Time for more spooky robots.
Maybe he's including the saves he accrued as Jonas?
I miss Jonas ;_;
Victor's a cyborg and grew up believing he's human. By the time he found out he was an Ultron, he became a Runaway. You can't really compare them.
YOU THOUGHT THAT VIRGINIA COULD BE HAPPY? THINK AGAIN, /CO/
And now, a word from Tom King
BEHOLD, THE LETTERS PAGE
When are they going to get a visit from auntie Alkhema?
I have such mixed feelings about this book.
It's telling a seriously good story, but the entire time I feel like it should be an elseworlds thing. I don't understand why Vision is doing all this.
>using meme as in insult
>thinking anyone actually ever uses the word like that outside of /v/ and /tv/
Well in this case they deliberately built them with the capacity to easily kill humans, defense my ass. If they wanted them to be safe they could have just built them to be extremely durable and with nonlethal weapons.
>this is why murder robots should not go to school with normal real people.
>They shouldn't be anywhere near real people
they can be around muties though. they're not real people.
What is ranking system for being people?
Human->god->Radiation or magic-altered being->Mutants, Inhumans, Eternals, etc->robot->Humanoid demon->Skrull and other trans-human aliens?
I dunno, Asgardians seemed to be good people. They legally bought the land, and kept to themselves. Sure, the Greeks have that problem of raping people, but that's just your fault. If you see Zeus, and he sees you, just assume he's going to fuck you.
>I do believe you will recognize...
>Certainty is an illusion. Belief is a constant. I believe full repairs are possible..
Nah, totally a coincidence, I'm sure.
Based King and all, but I'm still amazed a Vision book is near the top of my Marvel list right now. The art side doesn't hurt either, Walta's attention to detail on physical space, and the senpai's unnatural interactions with it, is just so good.
Honestly, I can't blame this principal for acting like this. Who wouldn't after a robot you allowed into the school nearly chokes a kid to death just because someone was asking for his sister's phone number?
I actually wrote something and sent it after reading this issue:
Your essay in issue #2 of The Vision really spoke to me. You reminded me of my own childhood. I've been hoping to find stories with genuine love of craft and the story-telling (and sharing) community. I feel I've found that in a lot of your work. My question: Considering the audience and consumer base for comic books today and in the near future, will story telling continue to evolve, assuming it does or has? When stories are packaged in mini-series or indeterminate "ongoing" series, can we expect diversity in literature, writers, and artists to push boundaries and experiment or should we expect a stagnation in what consumers perceive as "pull-worthy" or innovative for the genre? In closing, Tom King, you are one of my favorite writers today. I had the pleasure of meeting you in person at a convention. And, it was the most amicable encounter with a truly complete stranger that I have had in recent memory. Thank you and I look forward to reading more of your work.
>Implying it's blackmail
>Implying it isn't the Grim Reaper himself who sent this phone
Did you really think getting hit with a pan and buried would kill him? Nothing can, he holds the Guiness World Records of legitemately dying the most times
you're not supposed to root for him. Vision turned himself into a psychopath by erasing all of his emotions and now we get to watch his little twisted 'experiment' of a family go up in flames because, ironically, they are not unfeeling machines like he wants them to be
>dude asks for sister's phone number
>chokes him to death
Now, we know whose brain patterns he got
Best writer, best artist and best cover artist currently at Marvel all on the same book. What are the odds.
Maybe calling Walta the sole best is exaggerated by quite a bit, but shut up, I'm making a point.
Because she KILLED HIM OH NO
The Grim Reaper was a particularly bad choice for this, considering how he's died, been undead, and come back completely before. I mean, so what? It's not like it's going to stick.
Nope. Same length. Both are 20 pages with 1 page recap. Only difference is that this issue had a letters page for the 22 page while the first issue had the "WANT TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? BY ISSUE 2... obviously" page instead.
Either way, same amount of pages.