Age of Ultron #10

Age of Ultron #9

Written by: Brian Michael Bendis 

Art by: Brandon Peterson

Released: June 19, 2013 

Most of issue #10 unfolds in the past as we see Heroic Age-era Hank Pym responding to the dire warning sent by his past self about Ultron. This early sequence sets a nice tone for the issue. It almost plays out like an X-Files episode — looming shadows, mysterious persons shoving packages under the door, etc. This all contributes to the mounting tension as the final showdown with Ultron draws closer. It helps that frequent Brian Michael Bendis collaborator Alex Maleev is on hand to render these pages. His pencils strike a far different mood than anything we’ve seen from the series previously. This issue was meh not a great ending to the series could of been worse but it also could of been better. In all I would rate this issue a 7.5/10 that’s all for this issue and As always keep on marveling!

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Age of Ultron #9

Age of Ultron #9

Written by: Brian Michael Bendis 

Art by: Carlos Pacheco, Brandon Peterson

Released: June 5, 2013 

This  issue does pick up significantly once Wolverine ditches the hellish world he created and heads back to clean up his mess. As the cover suggests, Wolverine is forced to confront his own self from several hours ago and prevent him from killing Pym. Luckily, unlike the cover image, the two versions of the character are given separate costumes so as to make the interaction less confusing. What ensues is a tense showdown where one Wolverine fights to save Pym’s life and both struggle to convince the Avenger that Ultron is bad news.

Luckily, Invisible Woman joins in the fracas, and those disappointed that she allowed Pym to be killed in issue #6 will be pleased to see a certain amount of redemption now the the crime has been undone. One thing this script excels at from start to finish is reflecting the full horror of Ultron’s reign in how both Sue and Logan are portrayed. Part of me wishes that Bendis had played up the humor inherent to two time-traveling Wolverines a little, but in the end that approach probably would have felt out of place. Back to the Future this isn’t. This issue had great artwork and I’m glad we focus more on the main topic and not the alternate time line. In all I would rate this issue a 8/10 that’s all for this issue and As always keep on marveling!

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Age of ultron Uncanny Avengers #8AU

Age of ultron Uncanny Avengers #8AU

Written by: Rick Remender 

Art by: Gerry Duggan, Andy Kubert 

Colored by: Marcos Martin 

Released: May 22, 2013 

Kang and the two apocalypse twins into the age of Ultron. Kang has convienced Havok and Rogue to kill captain Colonel (Steve Rogers) to save the future Race of Mutens but why do they need to kill cap? What big role does he play? In the end they don’t kill him they end up killing two other mutants who tried to save cap. This issue was very different from all the other ones. I thought it was better but I don’t see how this ties in into the series. We will have to keep on reading. The art work was good so that’s a plus. In all I would rate this book a 7.5/10 that’s all for this issue  and as always keep on marveling!

Age of Ultron #8

Age of Ultron #8

Written by: Brian Michael Bendis 

Art by: Brandon Peterson 

Released: May 15, 2013 

This issue focuses more on the Defenders trying to find out why Wolverine and Sue Killed Hank Pym. It also focuses on the new marvel Universe. I have to say the series was going good Untell the series focused too much on the alternative universe. This issue was not as exciting as the previous ones. I would rate this a 6.8/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!

Age of Ultron #7

Age of Ultron #7

Written by: Brian Michael Bendis 

Art by: Carlos Pacheco, Brandon Peterson 

Released: May 1, 2013 

The only way they can defeat Ultron is to never make him so Wolverine and Sue go back in time and kill Hank Pym. They time travel back to the present only to find an alternative universe but is it better or worse than the one before? In this issue we see another virsion of the defenders and how the universe would be without Hank Pym I would say it’s kinda wierd to name a series Age of Ultron only to not have him in the series but we will see what happens 

The visuals are still solid, at least. This issue continues the approach of Carlos Pacheco rendering the Bronze Age-era past setting, while Brandon Peterson now handles the alternate present. Peterson’s work still suffers from the occasional bogus facial work, but otherwise his style suits the slightly sinister and tech-infused setting. Pacheco’s pages are top-notch, particularly thanks to the intentionally muted colors, and it’s a shame he only handles a handful of pages this week.

Age of Ultron #6

Age of Ultron #6

Written by: Brian Michael Bendis 

Art by: Carlos Pacheco, Brandon Peterson

Released: April 17, 2013

Captain America and the heroes take the fight to Ultron? Was this a good choice? They are nearly broken but that won’t stop them. Meanwhile Wolverine goes to the past and Sue Storm tags along. Wolverine must make a decision that will impact the entire marvel Universe. Wolverine has to kill Hank Pym so then he never creates Ultron. Does wolverine kill him? Or does he have another plan? Or does Sue stop him from killing him? Read and find out! This issue was really good. It got into action right away. I also liked how sue was going to go with captain America but last minute bails on them and she goes with wolverine because she knows it’s the only way to stop this nonsense. The art work was amazing too. I would rate this issue a 8.5/10 that’s for all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!

Age Of Ultron #5

Age Of Ultron #5

Written by: Brian Micheal Bendis 

Art by: Bryan Hitch 

Released: April 10, 2013 

The super heroes that are still alive from the Ultron apocalypse head to savage land for some protection. When they get there they find out that Fury is there too. They make some plans to go and attack Ultron but they don know for sure if he’s at the location they think he’s in. Half the team goes and the other half stays. On the other hand Wolverine has some plans of his own. He wants to go back in time and kill Hank Pym so then he never creates Ultron. Will this choice be successful? This choice will change the entire marvel universe. I thought this issue was really good! It was easy to understand and the art work is just amazing. I would rate this issue a 8.2/10. Thats it for this issue and as always keep on marveling!

Age of Ultron: Ultron#1 AU

I really didn’t find a point in this book. It’s so far my least favorite book in the series. This book just talkes about victor who is the son of Ultron. It also talkes about how Victor doesn’t like he’s dad because he is a villain. He is also trying to save some kids from the Ultrons but they trap him and his friends that’s all for today and as always keep on marveling

Age of Ultron #4

This book was really exciting just as the previous books. In this book we see Luke Cage and She-Hulk at one of the basses of Ultron but like I said before Ultron is not in that base but vision is. She -Hulk starts fighting all the Ultrons and tells Luke to go and tell tony what he saw. She-Hulk dies and and Luke gets thrown off the base. Later a nuclear bomb goes off. We don’t know if Luke Cage is dead. Meanwhile Moon Knight and Black Wido are discussing about where to go next, Black Wido tells Moon Knight that they are going to have to go to Antarctica for safety. After that you also see the rest of the super heroes secretly escaping the city and going to Antarctica. You also see Red-Hulk leaving the city too by himself. They finally get to Antarctica and find ka-zar lord of the savage land. They also find out that Luke cage survived the nuclear blast but he’s dying and he also flew to Antarctica. They also meet up with Red-Hulk, Moon Knight, and Black Wido. That’s all for today and as always keep on marveling.

Superior Spider-Man #6AU

Spider-Man is mad at himself because he was asleep when the attack happend, he’s mad at himself because he could of saved some people. Iron Man has a plan, his plan is to put some devises close enough to Ultron to send him to the negative zone. Spider-Man goes with Quicksilver to put the devises in place but Spider-Man has a different plan. He also has some Devises that he made, they go on the Ultrons and once they are on them he can control them. He makes one of the Ultrons go all the way back to their base only to find out that vision is there and not Ultron. Ultron finally finds out and gets back control of he’s robots. The robots go back to where Spider-Man is and start shooting at him. He barley escapes through a tunnel. That’s all for today and as always keep on marveling