Vision Vol. 1
Publish date: 2016-06-14
Pages no: 136
Edition language: English
I feel like I've read or seen variations on this concept many times. This is a fairly funny envisioning of the premise, but I'm just not in love with the writing or the characters.
I re-read volume 1 before reading this book because stupid epilepsy ruined my memory. I found upon re-reading volume 1 a lot of little things that added to my enjoyment of the book that I missed the first time reading it (for example, the look of horror on Virginia's face when the bullet misses her ...
I am kind of stunned by the quality of this series. The premise is very simple, Vision, the robot superhero from the Avengers, builds himself a wife and two kids and attempts to live a normal life in the suburbs. In the hands of another writer this could have been a light comedy, a sitcom with awkwa...
I went it to this not knowing much about Vision and I regret that now. This was amazing and I need to read the next five issues. There were a lot of themes present in these five issues that attracted me to the X-Men when I was younger. Vision was awesome, but I found myself relating to Viv and Vin's...
Fills in Reads with Friends Square This trade holds the first six issues of Tom King's 2015 series The Visions. I was only familiar with Vision from the Avengers: Age of Ultron movie, and honestly I only half-watched the movie. This series takes place after Vision semi-retires from the Avengers ...
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