From Marvel Entertainment

June 25, 2012

This Is WAR!

 

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From Marvel Entertainment

June 26, 2012

From Marvel Entertainment

June 27, 2012

What, again?

Will this be a new "event" or a continuation of A vs X?

What is it good for? Absolutely nuthin'

Now...if it had been "This is a taco party!" I might have been interested...

My understanding is that it's Ultron, so yes.  Still getting a feeling of deja vu.

Mark S. Ogilvie said:

Think they'll fight actual supervillains this time?

"The Ultron War" was foreshadowed some time ago, in whatever book it was where a future Tony Stark had a timeline of upcoming events.

"Days of Future Iron?"

Captain Comics said:

"The Ultron War" was foreshadowed some time ago, in whatever book it was where a future Tony Stark had a timeline of upcoming events.

Ultron wars are like Chinese food.  An hour after you're done, you want another one.

I was thinking that this timeline that Tony had reference some events that we already know of...

including Civil War, The Secret Invasion, the Kree-Skull war, but then it also had some clever side reference where people said, "oh yeah, I remember that Skrull thing...wasn't that just before..." and some one would cut them off.  I thought it was good that we didn't have an entire road map of all of Marvel's events that we then were slave to follow....

 

Anybody remember where this image was from?  I thought it was a six part Mighty Avengers arc... and don't they convince Ultron to back off so that he doesn't waste anymore energy than he has to...in exchange for something that he wants or needs to succeed down the road?

Rich Steeves said:

What is it good for? Absolutely nuthin'

Say it again!

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