Avengers A.I. Vol. 2: 12,000 A.D.

Avengers A I Vol A D The war between organic and artificial intelligence destroys the world of tomorrow Dimitrios the vengeful scion of Hank Pym and Ultron downloads death and destructi on across the planet in his quest

  • Title: Avengers A.I. Vol. 2: 12,000 A.D.
  • Author: Sam Humphries André Lima Araújo
  • ISBN: 9780785184928
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
  • The war between organic and artificial intelligence destroys the world of tomorrow Dimitrios, the vengeful scion of Hank Pym and Ultron, downloads death and destructi on across the planet in his quest to eradicate civilizati on The Vision and his squad team up with the Uncanny Avengers to rescue humankind from the precipice of extinction Meanwhile, S.H.I.E.L.D debuts tThe war between organic and artificial intelligence destroys the world of tomorrow Dimitrios, the vengeful scion of Hank Pym and Ultron, downloads death and destructi on across the planet in his quest to eradicate civilizati on The Vision and his squad team up with the Uncanny Avengers to rescue humankind from the precipice of extinction Meanwhile, S.H.I.E.L.D debuts their elite Robot Hunter Squad with an android member you ll have to see to believe The consequences reach far, far into the future all the way to 12,000 AD Experience the Marvel Universe of the 130th century Fight alongside the Avengers Empire on the edge of a black hole Witness Dimitrios final gambit against all of creation Artificial intelligence never dies, it just gets smarter Upgrade or die Plus an Inhumanity tie in, guest starring Daredevil COLLECTING AVENGERS A.I 7H, 8 12

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    1. Sam Humphries André Lima Araújo Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Avengers A.I. Vol. 2: 12,000 A.D. book, this is one of the most wanted Sam Humphries André Lima Araújo author readers around the world.

    2. 3.5 stars. I enjoyed this more than the first volume, mainly because it made perfect sense to me.A genius idea by the bad guy, smarter than 90% of schemes usually seen in comics.Oh and there's an Avengers Voltron robot. Mind. Blown. Holy awesome.I take away stars for the future flash forward, because yawn. But still, there's lots of good here, and Hank Pym with Cap is nice to see. Especially when everyone else is awestruck by Cap, and Hank says "you realize I was an Avenger BEFORE him? Only 3 da [...]

    3. The obligatory Inhumanity crossover issue was fine, inconsequential. Good corporate citizen Sam Humphries was for putting that together. Yay. The story gets going again and is suitably original (or at least the story doesn't do anything that feels like a ripoff of other scifi stuff I've seen or read - not that I can rely on my ever-weakening memory. I'm getting so bad that the weekly recaps between TV episodes are absolutely essential to me having any clue what's going on, and if I read a comics [...]

    4. First X-men: LegacyThen Dark Avengers (Jeff Parker's Thunderbolts)and Now Avengers A.I.Recently, I have been reading a lot of trades that are the final volumes in really unique, interesting series.Everyone is talking about DC right now, and how they are have chosen to focus "more on story instead of continuity". This has been the model for many a Marvel book, only having a single issue tie in with a major event, while spending the rest of the series telling a story with a planned beginning, Midd [...]

    5. Great combination of story and art (although Araujo's cute little button noses on every character were starting to get a bit much). This is one series that ended too soon (or maybe it ended right when it should have, having told the story it set out to tell?). Really enjoyed this.

    6. Revised review: Added to All Time Favorite Shelf - A brilliant work of genius that needs to find its audience. If the first volume left you baffled, the second volume will gobsmack you. Yes, you need to read this. Gonzo, audacious brilliance! The smartest, cleverest, funniest, wholly original, hard SF Avengers title in years and years. Big love for this little masterpiece of super-herodom. Accessible. You don't need to be an Avengers fanatic to enjoy this book. Bright, bold and colorful and full [...]

    7. As with the rest of Avengers A.I. this volume was a lot of fun. It's relatively separate from the rest of the Marvel universe (though this volume does cross over with Daredevil, the Inhumans, and the Uncanny Avengers), and there is some fun humor in the relationships between characters. As a fan of the Runaways, it is nice to see Victor in action, and the weird relationship he has with Doombot is amusing, as well. This does go into an odd alternate future, though it really doesn't end up happeni [...]

    8. When there are X amount of Avengers books on the stands, it's vitally important that each of them justifies their own existence and stands on its own. Avengers AI is a wonderful book that looks at some interesting questions of what it is to be alive, as well as the idea of religion and what life truly is, whilst telling an epic (if truncated due to the series' cancellation) story that is well worth reading. It is an infectious series that can't help but make you smile, and the artwork by André [...]

    9. Sam Humphries - writerAndre Lima Araujo - illustrator"Let any who survive to hear this message know -- The Avengers never backed down. For ten thousand years we held Dmitrios and the Machine Imperium at bay. Human, Machine, Mutant. God, Kree, Inhuman, Skrull. None faltered. We stood united in the face of unimaginable horrors. We remained brave and resilient, until the end of space and time. The Avengers never back down --"Great, great stuff. Highly recommended.5/5

    10. Not bad, but not enjoyable. Kind of a Matrix clone in a number of ways. But the story of the Bald Parrot was a nice surprise. Really the writing was pretty good and the art. It just didn't seem to have any heart. There were no characters that we were learning more about. No history to uncover. With success it would all just go away. Okay ideas though.

    11. I enjoyed this volume a great deal more than the first. I really liked the interaction between Captain America and Mairead. I also was a fan of how the story ended. I would have to say my favorite character was a doom bot which not something I ever thought I would write. It worth read these two tpb for the ending.

    12. My review of this book can be summed up in one word, "Meh". The story is just kind of boring frankly. The art is average at best. I read this and said to myself, "This is why I only really get excited about comics when I'm reading an Image book." (Words I never thought I'd say.)

    13. This was one of the best comics I have ever read. It was filled with big ideas and characters I cared about.

    14. A rare instance of me liking the second part of a 2-part series more than the first. The issue guest-starring Daredevil stood out for me as the best of a strong bunch.

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