Grayson wrote:Are people upset about the concept of the story though? Most of the complaints that I have seen about the Age of Ultron have been about the lack of Ulton, the horrible pacing of the story, the morality of the choices that the characters have been making, and/or the price per issue. I don't know that anybody has really been complaining about the concept of a story where Ultron finally wins.
Personally, I am loving this, despite the pace (it gives me war flashbacks of House of M, which was my least fave during the Age of Bendis, to borrow a line; and it reminds me of the whole year of college it took to get through Civil War thankyouverymuchdelays). Still, I'm enjoying this.
I would have liked some time spent on Ultron and Pym interacting, perhaps as they both watch from the future as Ultron judges humanity, but alas. As it stands now, it's a very enjoyable story. And as I have not read the original Ultron story which the OP so nicely posted, I found Ultron-1's babytalk....very creepy. Very, brilliantly, very creepy.