“Age of Ultron #6” is set to drop this April and sees the darker tones of Brian Hitch’s art swapped for the brighter, more hopeful tones of artists Brandon Peterson and Carlos Pacheco. Finally, following the lead of Captain America, the Marvel Universe is finally ready to take a stand against Ultron. Will the heroes stand be in vain? Will their numbers be cut even further? While that’s going on, however, Wolverine will be busy making “the most controversial decision the Marvel Universe has ever seen.” What that means is anyone’s guess, but one thing’s for sure: whatever it is will be big. Check out “Age of Ultron #6” when it takes a stand this April.
Check out some interior art and the official Marvel Press release below.
FROM THE OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE:
DO OR DIE!–Your First Look At “AGE OF ULTRON #6!”
This April, the heroes of the Marvel Universe bring the war to Ultron, in “Age of Ultron #6” from the superstar creative team of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artists Brandon Peterson and Carlos Pacheco! The surviving heroes have decided to take a stand, following the lead of Captain America! But will it be enough? Meanwhile, Wolverine makes the most controversial decision the Marvel Universe has ever seen—and when fans see who agrees with him, they’ll be chomping at the bit for more!
Earth’s Mightiest are down to their last resort as they forge the ultimate plan to finally break free from Ultron’s ferocious iron grip. So what are you waiting for? Head on over to your local comic shop and reserve a copy of “Age of Ultron #6!”
AGE OF ULTRON #6 (FEB130480)
Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
Art by BRANDON PETERSON & CARLOS PACHECO
Cover by BRANDON PETERSON
FOC – 3/25/13, ON-SALE – 4/17/13
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