Marvel Adventures: Avengers #17

Writer: Ty Templeton Artist: Ig Guara Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: October 17, 2007 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Ok, you're a super hero. And you've got to fight a robot. But while the robot can punch and blast you with lasers, YOU can't touch him. That's a problem, right? That's what the Avengers are up against when they encounter THE VISION!

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Oct 20, 2007

    Templeton inexorably brings the vignettes into contact and through the passage of time reunites the team to combat this "menace." Given the current state of the Marvel Universe, it's impossible to ignore the differences in the way the writer and the artists direct the heroes' behavior. The moment where Iron Man beats on the door and calls out to Spider-Man is particularly stirring. Here is a heroic Iron Man who genuinely cares about Spidey and all of his team-mates. The Avengers recognize the Hulk as an equal, and they don't jump to the conclusion that he's on a rampage. Rather Templeton makes all the heroes as smart as they should be. Storm observes that there's something wrong with the Hulk. Wolverine confirms her observations through the interpretation of his hyper-senses. This is a different, friendlier Marvel Universe that's smarter than the continuity proper one. By employing the intelligence and cleverly implementing teamwork, Templeton easily crafts a supremely enterta Read Full Review

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    Ultimate Goblin Feb 23, 2023

    So, Vision is Stark's robot with Stark's AI and Bruce Banner was responsible for him having some powers he has. Doesn't remind anything? That's almost exactly the MCU's vision. So they took the idea from this comic for kids... MCU in its finest...

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