Vision (truyện tranh marvel)

Tom King’s Vision comics are the perfect follow-up to WandaVision /

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It’s the kind of series that sees Vision battling a gigantic monster alongside the Avengers while also chatting on the phone with Virginia to sort out drama with the twins at school. 

But throughout it all is a creeping sense of horror and dread, helped by an unseen narrator that promises throughout the issue that Vision’s seemingly perfect suburban life will end in tears. Things start out relatively benign, like neighbors who are unnerved by the family or a mean spray-painted slogan on the garage, but things quickly devolve into murder cover-ups as Vision and his new family start to get stuck in a web of lies, misunderstandings, and revenge. 

If you enjoyed the slow burn of WandaVision, with super-heroic drama sandwiched between an unnerving illusion of home tranquility, Vision #1 (and the rest of the run) should offer plenty more fodder.

The series is great for newcomers to Vision as a character, too: interspersed across the run is a reexamination of pivotal moments in the artificial hero’s career, including his relationship with Wanda, their desire for a family, his time as a familiar-looking White Vision that has lost all his memories, and more. For MCU fans that are more familiar with Vision’s on-screen origin, it’s a good look at the original version of the character. 

Ultimately, Vision is a compelling look at the foibles and follies of people, and an examination of what someone would be willing to do to protect their family. What could be more human than that?

Who’s it by? Vision was created by writer Tom King (also known for his recent run on Batman and his acclaimed Mister Miracle series), artist Gabriel Hernandez Walta, and colorist Jordie Bellaire.

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Where can I read it? The entire twelve-issue run is available on the Marvel Unlimited subscription service. A digital collection is also available from Kindle / Comixology for $6.49, along with paperback and hardcover collections (which are a little pricier and harder to find). 

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