Age of Ultron #4

    Age of Ultron » Age of Ultron #4 - Book Four released by Marvel on June 2013.

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    The impossible has happened!

    The Earth has been taken by Ultron...what few super hero survivors there are try

    And it is Luke Cage who discovers the secret behind Ultron's victory over all of mankind.

    A secret that will have fans of Marvel comics arguing for years to come

    Detailed Plot


    Luke Cage asks to talk to Ultron then asking if Vision is behind this, but Vision replies that Ultron can hear him as Ultron is controlling from the future, which shocks both Cage and She-Hulk. She-Hulk then says that she's heard enough and throws Cage saying that he needs to tell Iron Man everything he saw whilst battling the Ultron's before one of them kills her. Other Ultron's also follow Cage who fights back saying that it's for killing his wife, and child, as well as friends. Cage continues to fight but is eventually cornered.

    Meanwhile in San Francisco Black Widow and Moon Knight are still in Nick Fury's secret bunker, with Moon Knight waking up from a bad dream, saying that the world had ended and he was trapped in one of Fury's secret bunkers. As they go through his paper work they find that he has a secret bunker in the Savage Land, then Black Widow gives Moon Knight a piece of paper that stuns Moon Knight, as they have to find a way to sneak out of the city and go to the south pole.

    The other hero's that are being lead by Captain America head over the skies of New York, and spot a nuclear blast, which shocks them as they believed She-Hulk and Cage to be in that area.

    Meanwhile in Chicago Red Hulk catches up with Taskmaster, asking him where he was heading, to which Taskmaster replied that he was gathering Ultron tech and getting out of the city. Red Hulk then says that he doesn't trust him and smashes through him.

    8 Days Later the hero's have made it to the Savage Land where they find an abandoned Quinjet, and when Cap asks Wolverine and Emma Frost what they sense they say that they sense nothing. They then spot someone on a hill and find out that it's Ka-Zar, who leads them to were he lives. Emma, and Wolverine get a funny feeling as they both notice that Cage is within, with Emma saying that he's survived a nuclear blast, and Wolverine saying that he's dying. Emma then says that he piloted a plane here and crashed miles out dragging himself to the shore. After Cap asks about She-Hulk with no reply Emma continues to say that Cage has learned Ultron's secret, and that the reason no one can get to Ultron is cause he's in the future, using Vision as a conduit. Emma then says that he wouldn't let go until he told them what they needed to do next. Then Red Hulk, Black Widow and Moon Knight but in saying that they need to find Ultron and wipe him from existence, saying that thanks to Nick Fury that they know how.


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    Yet Another Disappointing Issue 0

    I was really looking forward to this series, but overall it's been very disappointing, and I've started to think if it was even worth the trouble making it. The last issue was however a bit better, and showed promise, but will the series become as good as everyone hoped it would be, or will it go back to being poor?PlotLuke Cage has brought She-Hulk to what he believes was Ultron, but who was in fact Vision, but everything goes nasty. Also Captain America and the remaining hero's travel to the S...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    Age of Ultron #4 Rating 0

    Cover & Solicit - 3/5Would I pick-up or buy the comic based on the solicit or cover alone?Are the alternate covers appealing?Does the solicit and cover portray what happens in the issue?Do I like the artist's style on the cover?Art, Colors & Inking - 3/5- Weighted DoubleDo I personally like this artist's style?Does the artist stay true to the characters appearance?If there are multiple artists do they blend well and not disturb the reading experience?Does the coloring/inking blend well w...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    For an event comic, this is incredibly uneventful 0

    So much has happened in the series. Multiple heroes have been killed, the world is controlled by robots, and the few heroes that remain are desperate to find a solution. And yet despite all of this, it feels like nothing is going on. The story moves a long at a snail's pace (Honestly the first three issues could have been reduced to one without much difficulty),and when a character is killed off, there's no depth to their death, and there is no meaningful reaction from any other characters. On t...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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