Inside “Age of Ultron #8”

This May will see the eighth installment of Age of Ultron written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by Brandon Peterson. This issue sees Wolverine and Susan Richards return from the past to find that the Butterfly Effect isn’t just a terrible movie with Ashton Kutcher but an actual thing, and that the decision that they made in the past has dire consequences on their present—consequences such as the world being ruled by a single person. Who is it that is now in control of the world, and how did they come into this power? Head on down to your local comic book shop on May 15th when “Age of Ultron #8” hits shelves to find out.

Check out the cover and some interior art for “Age of Ultron #8,” as well as the official Marvel press release, below.




DO OR DIE! — Your First Look AT “AGE OF ULTRON #8!”

Marvel is pleased to present your first look at “Age of Ultron #8,” from the critically acclaimed creative team of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Brandon Peterson! To ward off Ultron’s devastation of mankind, Wolverine and Susan Storm traveled back in time and made a decision that irrevocably changed the Marvel Universe! Now the duo has come back to present only to find the world turned inside out! Wait until see who’s in charge of the world and how they’ve ascended to power! A reality-spanning choice must be made that’ll shift the course of the Marvel Universe for years to come that no fan can miss! So what are you waiting for? Head on over to your local comic shop today and reserve a copy of “Age of Ultron #8!”

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AGE OF ULTRON #8 (MAR130603)
FOC- 04/22/13 On-Sale – 05/15/13


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