Similar to what he did with Omega Men, writer Tom King creates a complete story over the course of 12 issues. You can read from #1 through #12 and feel totally satisfied (though he does leave room for sequels). Then you can reread and admire the details and careful thought that went into the plotting and characters, who all come alive with greater depth than the typical comic affords. The main difference between the two series, however, is that Vision makes ample use of previous continuity to enrich the story…and it manages to do so without ever becoming inaccessible.
The series marks a true evolution for its protagonist, both in terms of the character himself (itself?) and the dramatic possibilities of his artificial existence.
At its core, it’s a series about the Vision wanting more in life. While things certainly don’t go as planned, the Avengers’ artificial member has never looked more like a three-dimensional human being…albeit an incredibly odd one.
Read it all from #1.
Writer: Tom King
Artist: Gabriel Hernandez Walta
Cover: Michael Del Mundo
Publisher: Marvel Comics
How to Read It: recent back issues; Comixology; included in The Vision vol. 2: Little Better Than a Beast (TPB)
Appropriate For: ages 14 and up