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Avengers: Ultron Unbound (Avengers West Coast (1985-1994)) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B00UIB54U2
- Publisher : Marvel (28 April 2015)
- Language : English
- File size : 846430 KB
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- Print length : 216 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #167,364 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Things start off with War Machine joining the group, the Living Lightning going to college and Ultron on the loose. Of course, what would an Ultron story be without the Vision who’d left the West group to rejoin the East. Then the whole family gets re-united with Ultron going after Henry Pym his creator to turn Mockingbird into his lost mate Jocasta. That doesn’t work so he creates a new female robot War-Toy. Like every couple they have problems too.
The second half of the volume is made up of the solo Vision comic issue 1-4 from the mid-90s where the character is struggling with his identity AGAIN. It would seem in the 1990s Marvel decided to go through this whole struggle for at least the 3rd or 4th time since the character was created in 1968. As part of this search he goes to his father Ultron at a bar in New Orleans to talk of all places. Instead of his usual evil self, Ultron in this incarnation talks like an old man and just wants to get drunk. The next issue has Vision being a 1950s noir detective as Simon Williams, aka Power Man, which provided the brain patterns for the synthoid, in another attempt to find his true self. Needless to say I was not impressed by this series, and the 90s Marvel drawings never impressed me with guys and pouches and girls sticking out their chests and buts posing in every scene.
Overall, the West Coast Avengers comics are good. The Vision one is a pass.
Ultron never has much luck trying to build a wife, does he?