Available now, the latest in Marvel’s new line of Original Graphic Novels is all about that murderous bot- Ultron.
It was another glorious victory for the Mighty Avengers. Good triumphed over evil and Ultron was shot into space, never to be seen again. Or so they thought. Now, years later, the homicidal artificial intelligence – so long devoted to ending life on Earth – has a new world to conquer…one with its own horrific legacy. When Titan, birthplace of Thanos, falls, Planet Ultron rises in its place! Thanos’ brother Starfox must seek the aid of his former allies – but the Avengers he finds are radically different from the ones he once knew. Among them is Ultron’s creator Giant-Man – and when Hank Pym confronts his now planet-sized “son,” the responsibilities of fatherhood have never loomed so large.
AVENGERS: RAGE OF ULTRON is on sale April 1st in book stores, comic shops, the Marvel Comics app (for iPhone®, iPad®, iPad Touch® & Android devices) and online in the Marvel Digital Comics Shop.
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Is it me, or is Ultron a pretty unhappy guy… robot? I mean, he’s always trying to blow up the Earth, kill off all of humanity, and generally make life miserable for the Avengers and specifically his ‘dad’ Hank Pym. Here in Rage of Ultron, it’s no different. Only he’s, you know, planet size now. Other than that though…
It’s also kind of cool to see two generations of Avengers in Rage of Ultron, particularly for an old school Avengers fan like me. Seeing the older and more iconic version of the team together again is just making me all kinds of happy.
If that’s you too, then this is an OGN that you’re going to want to have a look at. Available at comic shops and online retailers, Avengers: Rage of Ultron is on the shelves right now.