I read this issue right after The Sheriff of Babylon, so I got a double-dose of Tom King writing two VERY different stories. Where Babylon is grounded and feels like a history lesson or biopic, Vision feels like the darkest corner of Marvel brought to reanimated life. I love this book, the art is fantastic, and the things Vision and his family do are increasingly incomprehensible, to the point the end of this issue is the logical conclusion. I really cannot wait for more from this series, and can't wait to see what Tom King does with the main Batman book over at DC for Rebirth. I think that if he brings the grittiness and darkness that this book has, while still being a bright and colorful LOOKING book (you know, because a character like Batman needs BALANCE, not just all bleak, dark and depressive stuff, or like to use fully automatic weapons or anything like that) but if you bring a lot of the smart and intricate storytelling elements that are here into Batman, that book is going to be big, like super huge. Marvel is missing out letting Tom King go.