After a mediocre third issue, Bendis and Hitch kick things up several gears and the story gets a much-needed jump. Luke Cage and She-Hulk are in the heart of Ultron City, built over the remains of Manhattan, to barter with Ultron only to find someone unexpected in his place with yet another unexpected twist to the tale. Things get more complicated with this Ultron fella but I won’t spoil it for those who haven’t read the issue yet.
Meanwhile Red Hulk and Taskmaster have a “disagreement” in Chicago, and Moon Knight and Black Widow in San Francisco come up with an unused plan put together by Nick Fury for just such a doomed occasion as the Ultron occupation. The heroes underneath Central Park finally make a move and head off to the Savage Land to recuperate and form a plan of attack.
The fourth issue brings the event »
- Noel Thorne
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