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COMICS: Marvel Puts The Spotlight On 'The Vision' In AVENGERS ASSEMBLE ANNUAL #1
In what Marvel are claiming will be "A major turning point in the life of the android Avenger", next year sees the release of
Avengers Assemble Annual #1
from writer Christos Gage (
). Hit the jump for a sneak peek at the issue!
• The spotlight falls on the Vision!
• It’s the return of Sunturion - more powerful and unstable than ever!
• A major turning point in the life of the android Avenger!
AVENGERS ASSEMBLE ANNUAL #1
Written by CHRISTOS GAGE
Pencils & Cover by TOMM COKER
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