Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies

Age of Ultron vs Marvel Zombies THE ULTIMATE DEATH SENTENCE IN BATTLEWORLD There s a place that s so dangerous it s walled off from the rest of BATTLEWORLD Where WILD ZOMBIES feast on those who ve been banished for crimes against th

  • Title: Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies
  • Author: James Robinson Steve Pugh
  • ISBN: 9780785198635
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Paperback
  • Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies

    THE ULTIMATE DEATH SENTENCE IN BATTLEWORLD There s a place that s so dangerous it s walled off from the rest of BATTLEWORLD Where WILD ZOMBIES feast on those who ve been banished for crimes against the state Where cold, mechanical ULTRONS destroy anything that s human Pity those who get caught between the two, for their deaths WON T be fast and painless COLLECTING AGTHE ULTIMATE DEATH SENTENCE IN BATTLEWORLD There s a place that s so dangerous it s walled off from the rest of BATTLEWORLD Where WILD ZOMBIES feast on those who ve been banished for crimes against the state Where cold, mechanical ULTRONS destroy anything that s human Pity those who get caught between the two, for their deaths WON T be fast and painless COLLECTING AGE OF ULTRON VS ZOMBIES, AGE OF ULTRON 1

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    One thought on “Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies

    1. Sam Quixote

      Two shit tastes that taste shit together - it’s Age of Ultron vs Marvel Zombies!On Battleworld there’s a region called Perfection ruled over by the Ultrons and an area called the Deadlands filled with Marvel Zombies. They’re at war because whatever the hell. Enter Hank Pym from 1872 - why 1872? Uh… He’s got to save Jim Hammond, The Vision and Wonder Man’s town of Salvation from these two dingleberry forces somehow. This one couldn’t have PRODUCT stamped over it enough. What was the [...]

    2. Paul

      This was quite a sweet, heartfelt book which is quite an accomplishment for a tale that features a small group of human (and superhuman) survivors desperately trying to remain so in between an army of murderous, indestructible robots and a seemingly endless horde of flesh-hungry zombies.This is a kind of swan song and sign off for James Robinson's recent Invaders series, which I absolutely loved, so I couldn't help but get a kick out of this book. It also centres around Hank Pym, Jim Hammond, Si [...]

    3. Dan

      I really hoped that this would have been better. The whole mix up was a bad idea and seemed like the creative team didn't know what else to do so this is the outcome.

    4. Quentin Wallace

      I seem to be in the minority, but I enjoyed this one. You have two wastelands, one full of zombies, the other full of evil robots. The two don't get along, and the only thing they hate more than each other are humans. Enter an old west Hank Pym, the original Human Torch, The Vision, and Wonder Man who fight on the side of good. However, when the zombies and robots join forces, we are faced with cyborg zombies. Not a good thing.The ending was a little trite, but overall I thought this was another [...]

    5. Alex Sarll

      On one level, killer robots versus superpowered undead is as simple as concepts come. But this is also a comic which expects you to be familiar with the frankly ridiculous origin of the Vision. Worse, it expects you to accept that an inventor from 1872 wouldn't know any word which sounds remotely modern or science-y, even if it's something like 'artificial' which was already in widespread use by the 17th century. By some distance the worst Secret Wars tie-in I've read thus far.

    6. David

      I was kind of enjoying it until the part where the Vision is paired romantically with Agatha Harkness. I mean, ewww! That's like Tony Stark getting it on with Aunt May. Disgusting! Why? Agatha was his wife's mentor, her elder wise-woman. Super-freaking creepy. Who on Earth thought that was a good idea and then who echoed that enough for it to see print? *shakes head*

    7. Jordan Lahn

      Considering this book features characters I don't really care about (Hank Pym, Vision, Wonder Man, Jim Hammond) I enjoyed the story enough.

    8. Rigoberto

      A pretty good story to having the marvel zombies fight Ultrons. However, the title is misleading due to how 1) The Ultron in this story is not from the "Age of Ultron" storyline but rather a different timeline where he was able to succeed in his conquest that he begun in his first appearance. The second part of the title that is misleading is the "vs." portion, since the zombies and the Ultrons team up to eat the people that are in a safe zone that is discovered in the Deadlands Domain. The plot [...]

    9. Anchorpete

      Did I need to read this? Probably not.James Robinson was a really nice guy, when I met him at comic con, but it seems like none of his work has the magic he put into Starman. Once I read the first issue of the book, and saw the set up, I knew how this one was going to play out. It could go either of two ways, the Zombie/Ultron bots infiltrate the sanctuary and kill everyone, or the heroes are able to stop them. I wish I could say there was suspense in finding out which pay they would take.

    10. Matt

      Collects Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies issues #1-4 and Age of Ultron issue #1This story is set during the events of "Secret Wars," however it doesn't tie into "Secret Wars" in such a way that makes it required reading for that series. With that being said, the story in this collection could only take place within the Battleworld of the 2015 "Secret Wars."Just reading the title of this collection, you would think that there would be a lot of battles between robots and zombies. This is not real [...]

    11. Chad

      An actual Secret Wars crossover that feels like it was part of Secret Wars. Most of the crossovers just feel like "What If?" stories. Beyond the Wall in Battleworld exists the realms of Ultron and the Deadlands. Hidden within them is Sanctuary, a refuge for those thrown over the wall. This story follows the denizens of Sanctuary as they try to drive back the zombie hordes and Ultron clones for their very existence.

    12. Rob Motta

      This was cool but I was a little disappointed. I was looking forward to glimpsing a little more of the Marvel Zombie world but it was a little short lived. My favorite thing was seeing the Original Human Torch again. I wish there was some way to bring him into the current Marvel Universe.

    13. Josh Lamb

      A good solid mash up of two marvel stories. It's total fan pleasing science fiction, with Hank Pym, The Vision and Ultron being at the forefront of the story. At times a little confusing, the book is still good fun.

    14. Thomas Maluck

      The cover blurb from PopMatters praises the idea of this book, which is about as much as this book has going for it. Robinson's story wishes it was the 1872 spinoff instead, and Pugh's a cool artist, but it's all too little, too late.

    15. Richard

      Nebolo to zle, ale ani nijako vyrazne dobre. Kolizia tychto dvoch vesmirov mi nejako vyrazne neprisla zabavna. Uvidime ako na tom budu dalsie Secret Wars.

    16. J.R. Trivigno

      The title is a mislead: Basically the zombies team up with Ultron. All vs books now just have the characters team up. Why? Idk. Some moments are dumb, but the book isn't terrible. 3/5

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