I feel that it might set the book off balance though, as these three have such insular plot lines. Rogue and Sunfire fans might feel left in the cold if too much of the book is eaten by this little soap opera.
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HUGE fan of the character, as a kid I was fascinated with the idea of him being created from the inert corpse of the original Human Torch. This made me research the Torch, which led to the Invaders and a few issues of the original series that reprinted some old Timely stuff. Those two are perhaps my favorite characters in Marvel.
Hello everyone. This is my first post on here. I truly love The Vision's character and would like to see him returned to his former glory of the 70's. So here's an idea to get him back there. would you accept it yes or no and if so why or why not? What changes would you make if any?
Age of Ultron: 20/20 Vision
After much research 616 Vision discovers that the same technology that was used to create him was advanced and used to create Adam Warlock and Kismet. He further finds out that even that technology was advanced to the point of Immortus using DNA from both of Hank Pym’s parents was genetically cleansed of defects then tailored to the specifics of the Vision, Ultron would create. This body was confiscated by Immortus and brought to live beyond the fourth wall where he would age at a more rapid rate. To prevent the boy from using or discovering his true powers Immortus triggered his reality-altering powers to block them. He also used two Space Phantoms as his mother (Wilma) and father (Quinn) to raise him with the name Victor Valiant.
His father was a Garbage man and his mother a hairdresser. Unbeknownst to Immortus or the mother, the father took to the boy and truly loved him while the mother became caught up in high society. Secretly; Quinn bought comic books to read to the boy telling him he would one day grow to be a true superhero. Even with his powers blocked, Victor still grew up a child prodigy in academics and athletics. His body and mind were always more mature than his peers. He graduated from high school at the age of 14 and was accepted into the Naval Academy graduating from there at the age of 18 as a Nuclear Submarine Engineering officer. That summer Victor would lose his “parents” in a seeming car accident. Deeply mourning their deaths Victor threw himself into his work and would make a career of the services spending 6 years in each specialty he chose from subs to SEALs’ to being a Top Gun pilot then ultimately an astronaut. During all this time he would maintain a treasured love for the comic books his father had read to him and a continued collection, always putting posters of his favorite characters up on his walls and lockers, his favorite being the Scarlet Witch.
One day during a secret moon mission, Victor encountered a strange aura caused by a chronal barrier disruption. As the waves of chronal energy spread and eventually hit him, the reality alterations made by Immortus became undone. Suddenly; Victor’s powers returned in a burst of energy that destroyed his space suit and ship forcing NASA to declare him dead. Naked and in mental shock Victor was further surprised when through the barrier came his long thought dead father who hid the disruption from Immortus. Quinn had been secretly monitoring his beloved “son” all these years for the day when he could reveal the truth of his birth and history including Quinn’s real nature of being a Space Phantom. The father would take Victor into Limbo where the two would train for 8 years in the mastery of his powers while time only passed in days beyond the fourth wall. Once their training was complete Quinn returned Victor to the moon and offered him the choice of going back to the real earth and becoming its first superhero or joining his fellow heroes and heroines in the 616 dimension. Knowing that he would never be accepted in the real world and finally understanding that comics were not a creation of writers and artist but a chronicling of their lives and exploits through gifted minds, he chose the 616. To introduce him to his new home, Quinn would place Victor in the care of the Vision. All data concerning his history and powers were downloaded into Visions’ brain including his love for the Scarlet Witch. Understanding that this was his chance to finally be a real human being, Vision took Victor in and trained with him for 6 months to prove his power control. As a final move Vision revealed the existence of Victor to the other Avengers nominating him for membership. Tired of the “death” and “rebirth” cycles and hoping to regain all that he had lost over the years, Vision shot an encephalo beam through Victor’s eyes that overlayed his brain with his Artificial Intelligence onto it including his memories. The Vision then passed his mantle onto Victor and deconstructed himself into oblivion with these last words to him; “Without a Vision the people perish”
Weight: 300 lbs
His powers are far greater than Adam Warlock’s. He is a living rechargeable cosmic battery able to tap into any source of cosmic energy no matter how great or exotic.
Nobody read Avengers Assemble?
Chapter exceptional. Vision, Hank, Stark, Carol and Pietro in excellent characterizations. A pity that after that he would disappear again.
" I am not a god. I have never created life...but I have lived. That is enough." - Silver Surfer
read it. i thought it was really good, thought i felt the ending coming a mile away. shame that Vision returns from the dead only to leave the team in order to 'find himself'.
I was very much looking forward to the annual, for my most cherished superhero to get some much-deserved story time. It was was better that expected and thankfully they SPOILERS:
didn't kill him off... again. Except for the ending where we are left with his status as it was before... a mystery of whether or not we'll ever see him again in the near future. :( I'm sure he'll show up again for Age of Ultron, but I won't hold my breath (Bendis killed him off before, so maybe it's better if he DOESN'T show up for that storyline).
Vision was on hid way at one point to being a major force to be reckoned with and epic stories to tell of that greatness. Pls writers and artists care about him again. Allow Pinocchio to become a real man!
will Vision show up in Age of Ultron? seems kinda odd to have a big Ultron story and Vision not be involved. well, he missed some of the Bendis ones cause he was dead of course...
He's top favorite in the Avengers and to see him barely used is unsettling. I do hope he returns even if its in another team title.
With Wasp soon to appear in Avengers Alliance game. I think Vision would would make for an added bonus to the roster. With his abilities and varieties of effect he
could be great addition. I think he would for the range from either a infiltrator or blaster.
http://www.comicbookresources.com/?p...ticle&id=43796And vin31 wants to know, "Will we see more Vision in Marvel Now except Avengers Assemble Annual and his little role in Age of Ultron? Will we see him in any Avengers team?"
Alonso: Can’t say much about the Vision until "Age Of Ultron," vin31. But we’ve not forgotten about the android Avenger by any means.