Spring last edited by John-Charlie1999 on 12/02/19 08:49PM View full history

A while ago, a robot created a family. And all was good. For a while. Then came the murders. The lies. The betrayals. The battles fought. The battles lost. The family lost.

And now, at the end, Vision stands alone. He must decide how he will go on, if he will go on, if he can go on. And that decision will shape the Marvel Universe for quite a while.

The epic, stunning conclusion to the most highly praised series of the year. Simply put, this is the issue everyone will be talking about.

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A pitch-perfect end 0

Vision has been one of the best series I have read in a long time. It's an instant classic. The writing has such a perfect, measured pace, every word chosen exactly, the rhythm selective, the echoes from beginning to end carefully reflected back and forth. The characters are deep and human and mysterious and clear. The art is atmospheric and evocative and revealed details about the characters that we wouldn't have seen otherwise. The coloring matched and deepened the art. The covers were amazing...

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