Showing posts with label Ultron. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ultron. Show all posts

Friday, November 4, 2016

Uncanny Avengers – The Man Who Fell to Earth | Comics

The Uncanny Avengers are up for a Standoff in Pleasant Hill! Hank Pym, original Avenger and creator of Ultron returns!

With completely unexpected help from time-travelling mutant superhero Cable, Avengers Unity Division successfully prevented a dystopian "Lost Future" from happening. Afterwards, Commander Steve Rogers led his team into the fiasco of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Pleasant Hill project created by Kobik, a sentient Cosmic Cube taking form of a young girl.

Information about this was eventually leaked on web and Maria Hill claimed the program being shut down with pieces of it destroyed completely. However, Rogers found this not to be true and his Unity Squad team is called for helping in a manhunt. Jericho is summoned by his deceased brother Daniel Drumm to help him return to the world of living.

Cable, Deadpool, Doctor Voodoo, Rogue and Synapse chased down super-villain Wrecker of the Wrecking Crew, who was trying to make a break for it from Pleasant Hill along with Maria Hill. So, now they all fight back group of S.H.I.E.L.D. operatives who came to take them in and then another Maria Hill arrives in a Quinjet starts shooting at them.

Reality around them starts bending and next day they all wake up as different persons living in Pleasant Hill, Connecticut. Rogue is the first one among them to sense it and wake up rest of her team to get out of this reality-warping super-villain prison. She then assembles rest of her teammates from their reality to form a resistance.

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Uncanny Avengers – The Man Who Fell to Earth | Comics

After causing genocide to millions of souls among the stars, long-lost team member of The Avengers; Hank Pym finally returns to Earth. Rogue was the one who stumbled onto him first while she was headed towards saving Soyuz Capsule from crushing. Hank's body was merged with Ultron during their previous battle and was lost to all.

Hank believed that he was forgotten but he was actually thought dead by his friends because of what happened to him. Rogers was busy taking down some extremists in wildlife reserve of La Reserva with Deadpool and she took Hank right there.

Hank Pym claims that he has taken control over his creation when rest of their teammates are gathered at Cap's location. Cable asks him to submit his suit for peer review but he reveals that there is not much organic part left, now that he is a singular being with Ultron. Hank flies off to Avengers Mansion and Cap tells Rogue to keep an eye on him.

For acting weirdly out of his character, Cable, Deadpool, Doctor Voodoo, Human Torch, Quicksilver and Synapse were already pretty skeptical about his credentials from beginning though and then he blows up his own memorial claiming it's a lie since he is still alive. He joins active duty with Unity Squad right from that moment.

His ex-wife Janet van Dyne was informed about his return by Steve earlier and during a mission in subway, Wasp casually joined to welcome Hank back, who is overjoyed to see her and she called him away to have a talk with him. However, she saw through him when Hank missed the Ghostbusters reference or wanted to go to Montauk.

When he walks into the theater, Cable starts pushing Hank with some facts that finally made Ultron reveal his true nature. A blast takes down their entire headquarter along with Cable and Human Torch in it. Janet took him down with an EMP burst to slow him down for a moment when Vision enters the scene to confront his father.

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A Dark Discovery

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Uncanny Avengers – The Man Who Fell To Earth

The third monthly ongoing series of Uncanny Avengers is back with second storyline of their run on 2016, which collects issues #07-12 from the aforementioned series of Marvel Comics. This plotline is written by veteran comic-book writer Gerry Duggan (Arkham Manor, Hawkeye Vs. Deadpool), who is the current series regular narrator.

Artists Pepe Larraz (Fear Itself – The Home Front, New Avengers – Luke Cage) and Ryan Stegman (Scarlet Spider, Wolverine) assisted him with drawing. It is a tie-in to "Avengers – Standoff!" crossover event and served as part of that story. Professor X and Gambit of X-Men made short cameo in between to tease their involvement in future.

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Rage of Machine

Titled "The Man Who Fell To Earth", the storyline features the return of one of the greatest threat to Marvel Universe; Ultron, who is now one with his creator Hank Pym (since the events of Rage of Ultron); a founding Avengers member. Captain Marvel and Iron Man also appeared throughout their clash even though they weren't part of any fight.

Before the series even begin and Steve Rogers could assemble the new heroes, there was a hunt for Nazi super-villain Red Skull, which is also teased for a brief time. The series will later continue with another tie-in to get our heroes involved in another major event; Civil War II and more shocking turn of events will literally shake the core of the team!
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Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Age of Ultron | Comics

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Age of Ultron | Comics
Years ago, scientist Henry Pym created the artificial intelligence called Ultron for peacekeeping, that later turned on the humans and developed a rivalry with The Avengers. For years, Ultron is been considered as the most feared opponent by the heroes as he desires the total annihilation of the human race. Ultron have returned and as it was feared, he took over New York, decimated its population and left it in ruins. Except for the Invisible Woman, all of the Fantastic Four are vanquished in an attack by Ultron Sentinels and in a hidden base Captain America, Emma Frost, Iron Man, Luke Cage, She-Hulk, Susan Storm and Wolverine has taken refuge. The Superior Spider-Man is meanwhile rescued by Hawkeye from the minor villains like Owl and Hammerhead.

With a plan to infiltrate Ultron’s base for attack, Luke Cage and She-Hulk volunteered but once inside, they found The Vision instead of his master. She-Hulk bravely sacrificed herself to let Luke Cage escape with this insight, who informed the heroes about the discovery. When all the gathering heroes travel to the future timeline to encounter Ultron for one last time, Wolverine decides to go back in time to kill Dr. Pym to end up this mess at the first place. What he did not knew then is that the Invisible Woman has secretly traveled in time with him, following Logan. But what change Wolverine’s actions will bring upon the existing regular timeline and what chaos will the universe undergo for a bunch of change in the space time continuum remains a question.

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Submit or Perish
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Released in a 10 issue limited series by the team of Brian Michael Bendis (Avengers Disassembled, Avengers Vs. X-Men), Bryan Hitch (Captain America – Reborn, X-Men Vs. Brood – Day of Wrath), Brandon Peterson, Carlos Pacheco (Bishop, Final Crisis), Butch Guice, Alex Maleev (Daredevil – Lowlife, Daredevil – King of Hell's Kitchen), David Marquez (Civil War II, Invincible Iron Man – Reboot) and Joe Quesada (Daredevil – Guardian Devil, Daredevil – Father), Age of Ultron is a 2013 comic book crossover event by Marvel Comics. This crossover has also merged the planet devourer Galactus with the Ultimate Universe counterpart and the popular Image Comics character Angela is brought to Marvel Universe as well. This event is about to be adapted for the 2015 release “Avengers – Age of Ultron”, a sequel for 2012’s release Marvel’s The Avengers.
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Thursday, November 1, 2012

Avengers – Next Avengers | Comics

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Avengers – Next Avengers | Comics
The Avengers are re-forming again to the response of Captain Steve Rogers' call after the fall of Norman Osborn’s Dark Avengers during their Siege on Asgard. Commander Steve Rogers recruits his old friend Bucky Barnes as the new Captain America, along with long-time teammate Iron Man, Thor, Hawkeye, Spider-Man, Wolverine and Spider-Woman for a new team of the Earth’s mightiest heroes with Maria Hill as its leader. But among the heroes Wonder Man was missing from the group reunion, who believes that the superhero Civil War, Skrull’s Secret Invasion and Osborn’s Dark Reign were all the result of their own reckless actions over the years, so they should disband themselves for the collective good of everyone.

Suddenly, Kang the Conqueror arrives to alert them of a future threat but before he finishes, Thor blasts him off the tower. Kang manages to stops everyone by showing up a doomsday device that Tony Stark will build in the near future capable of mass destruction. Then he explains, in the future timeline, where Ultron has ruled all by destroying The Avengers, their children will rise to a tyrannical rule. So, to stop their future offspring, they all prepare themselves to travel to future with a a time machine created by Noh-Varr aka Protector and then a future version of Apocalypse appears with his four horsemen and engages in a battle with part of the newly formed team. Maestro, the form of an elderly Hulk is planning for their trip to the future time of Next Avengers.
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The Avengers Vs. Horsemen of Apocalypse
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Two of the greatest comics talent of the industry, writer Brian Michael Bendis (Age of Ultron, Avengers Disassembled) and one of the greatest penciller alive, John Romita Jr. (Kick-Ass, World War Hulk) teamed up in 2010 for Marvel Comics to revamp one of the greatest superhero team in comics, The Avengers. Even though the main story revolves with a large number of characters, the first issue of the story rallied up Beast, Black Widow, Doctor Strange, Hulkling, Iron Fist, Jessica Jones, Justice, Luke Cage, Mockingbird, Ms. Marvel, Patriot, Speed, Stature, Tigra, Vision, War Machine, Wasp and Wiccan from the team of New Avengers and Young Avengers respectively. It is the fourth monthly ongoing volume of the comic series that paved the way for the Heroic Age and the story ran from issue #01-06, continued with a new arc next titled "Infinity Quest".
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Friday, January 25, 2008

Avengers Disassembled | Comics

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Avengers Disassembled | Comics
Avenger member Ant-Man, Captain Britain, Hawkeye, She-Hulk and Wasp were having a talk during their regular breakfast time when the formerly deceased Avenger member Jack of Hearts appears at the gate of Avengers Mansion as a zombie-like figure, killing Ant-Man in a blast upon confronting him and it destroyed half of the Avengers Mansion as well at the same time. As soon as Captain America arrives, the rest of the survivors are soon attacked by Vision, who unleashes an army of Ultron robots to fight The Avengers. The Avengers took care of the Ultron robots but then She-Hulk suddenly goes full-berserk on Vision by all these madness and seeing him solely responsible for the chaos, she tore him apart with sheer force despite Cap's warning.

Iron Man stops She-Hulk after exchanging blows for some time and taken the others to safety but earlier he was also behaving strangely at a U.N. meeting. Soon they are all gathered on response to an attack by a large fleet of Kree battleships out of nowhere, resulting Hawkeye heroically sacrificing himself by destroying the Kree warship only to save his friends. Finally, it was revealed to everyone upon the appearance of sorcerer supreme Doctor Strange that, the mentally unstable Scarlet Witch is the one behind all these recent chaos with her unchecked hex magic that altered the foundation of The Avengers. As they all mourn for their fallen comrades and victims of this chaos, they decide to face Wanda for one last time to find out what's wrong with her.

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"Avengers Disassembled" is a major crossover comic event that was published by Marvel Comics in 2004 which draws the conclusion of the longest running superhero team in comics history. It is the event that would change the whole landscape of the entire Marvel Universe. During the event, only Spider-Man and Fantastic Four titles just shared the “Disassembled” title; they did not truly participated in this event. Writer Brian Michael Bendis (Age of Ultron, Civil War II) has delivered the core plot along with writer Mark Waid (Avengers Vs. X-Men, Captain America – Sentinel of Liberty), Paul Jenkins (Inhumans, Origin) and Robert Kirkman (Haunt, The Walking Dead) developing the tie-ins.
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Friday, August 15, 2003

Avengers – Birth of Ultron | Comics

For long since the evil band of villains called The Masters of Evil is trying to defeat The Avengers and is considered as one of their worst group of enemies there is. Recently Klaw, Radioactive Man, The Black Knight, The Melter and Whirlwind have gathered to exact each of their personal vengeance on The Avengers under the command of a mysterious person, who goes by the name Crimson Cowl to re-assemble the team and launch a deadly assault against The Avengers.

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Avengers – Birth of Ultron | Comics

Black Panther, Hawkeye, Goliath and The Wasp was working on a new trap for the security measure of the Avengers Mansion, which they also briefed to their trusted butler Edwin Jarvis. Though, a loyal companion to them for years, Jarvis acts a little cocky in the lab. Later Jarvis is seen to have met The Masters of Evil in secret to give in the blueprint of the Avengers Mansion.

He gave them vulnerable information about The Avengers that would led the villains to have their revenge on its members but he was neutralized instead of being paid in return for his service and the Masters of Evil strikes the heroes in the meantime, defeating them immediately in spite of Black Knight’s effort to warn them.

Soon, the Crimson Cowl revealed his true nature to them all as Ultron-5, the upgraded version of the android Dr. Hank Pym had created some time ago while experimenting with high-intelligence robotics technology, which now has become sentient and has created another super powered android Vision, to fulfill a sinister agenda of his own.

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Captured By Masters of Evil

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Birth of Ultron is an early storyline of the monthly Avengers series that depicts the origin story of the greatest threat for the existence of Marvel Universe, the menacing artificial intelligence named Ultron. Published from Marvel Comics in 1968, the story is written by Roy Thomas (Captain Marvel, Doctor Strange) and the artwork was provided by artist John Buscema (Sub-Mariner, Wolverine).

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An Android With Vision!

It ran for five issues from #54-58 from the first volume of The Avengers. The storyline also features the origin of another character Vision, who would later become an honorary member of The Avengers and serve justice alongside them for the many upcoming years to come.
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