Vision #7 Review
Going into this issue I was really skeptical. It was all going to be flashbacks and I assumed it wouldn’t forward the plot, but I was proven wrong. A flashback issue it may be, but it still makes for a wonderful read.
Vision #7 explores the tragic romance of Vision and Scarlet Witch. When they were both lovey dovey, in their marriage, to their break up, to a never before seen moment that set the current events into motion. This never before seen moment was Wanda giving a chip to Vision which has her brain patterns in the same way Vision was created, which turned out to be Virginia. As the last page reveals, it’s the same dialogue from the first page that shows that history is doomed to repeat itself. What this series accomplishes is it manages the perfect balance of humanity and horror which gives me a little discomfort while reading and I love it.
Michael Walsh is the guest artist and he does a great job replicating Gabriel Walta so much to the point that I would’ve thought it was Walta’s work.
It might be just a flashback issue, but it still manages to pull on your heart-strings for this doomed romance.
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