Age of Ultron #3

    Age of Ultron » Age of Ultron #3 - Book Three released by Marvel on May 2013.

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    For years the heroes of the Marvel Universe have lived in fear that the artificial intelligence known as Ultron would one day evolve to fulfill its desire to wipe out all organic life and take over the Earth -- that day has arrived. This massive 10-part Marvel Universe-spanning event is brought to you by Eisner award-winning writer Brian Michael Bendis and comics legend Bryan Hitch.

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    Luke Cage and She-Hulk argue over who's going to do a certain thing, that cultivates in Luke punching She-Hulk and carrying her over his shoulder.

    An hour earlier the superheroes in the underground bunker are discussing, and reminiscing over lost allies before Captain America comes up with a plan that involves selling one of them to Ultron. During this Tony goes on to discus why Ultron would bargain for super people, and during that Hawkeye argues that it's all Hank Pyms fault for creating Ultron in the first place. After deciding that selling one of them to Ultron is the only plan they have Luke and She-Hulk argue over why they should be the one to be sold, with She-Hulk getting to be sold, but Luke says that he'll be the seller then. Wolverine argues that he should be the seller, but Cap argues that he's much more value to Ultron and that Ultron would strip him down for his Adamantium to use as parts. After this Cap decides that the rest of the heroes will be moving to the mutate village in the Savage Land. The issue then jumps back to Luke carrying She-Hulk and taking her to Ultron's.

    Red Hulk, along with Taskmaster, and Black Panther spying on a bunch of Ultron's. Red Hulk jumps into gear smashing one of the Ultron's and ripping it's head off, but is attacked straight away. He throws the head to Black Panther, and Black Panther and Taskmaster run off, after Red Hulk tells them to. Black Panther and Taskmaster are however caught in a blast and after checking for a pulse Taskmaster leaves with the head realising that Black Panther is dead.

    Luke is brought by the Ultron's to a highly technological place where he finds to his surprise that he isn't dealing with Ultron whilst selling She-Hulk, he's dealing with Vison.


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    The Plan 0

    This was a series that I'd been looking forward to for a long time, and I have to say that I've been nothing but disappointed with it so far. I was expecting something phenomenal, and all we've been given is something mediocre, and I just hope that in the long run this will be a good series, with a bad start.PlotCaptain America has came up with a plan, which involves selling She-Hulk to Ultron. Also Red Hulk (Thunderbolt Ross) has his own strategy.ReviewI have to say to start with that my rating...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    If Age of Ultron has shown us anything it's that Bryan Hitch can draw 50 shades of rubble. 0

    I’m very disappointed with this series I expected a great arc if it was 10 issues long but instead I and a lot of people have got a mediocre story that really hasn’t progressed at all in two issues and honestly all this series has shown us is how good Bryan Hitch is at drawing rubble. I’m really disappointed and I’m losing hope with the series and I always try to be optimistic with comics.PlotLuke Cage knocks out She-Hulk and takes her to Ultron to be traded. The remaining heroes discuss a plan...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Age of Ultron: Book three 0

    The GoodAge of Ultron is a book that started at a high standard and, by the third issue of the series, kept up that standard. It's a huge action packed event that, even though it's fast paced and exciting, manages to sneak in small emotional scenes that really get at you, a great example is this issue's Luke Cage/ Spider-Man scene. I won't spoil it but it is so sad, made me think this event is getting serious.Bryan Hitch's art is amazing. I think it's a shame that he's leaving halfway through t...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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