Comics THORsday tries to catch up with the Vision #5. This issue shows up how things get broken. Well, how the Vision’s family gets broken and how the members of the family try to fix the issue. While kids are at school, and while we read Shakespeare words to make it more dramatic, we discover that very profound questions appear into the minds of kids and wife. But one above all echoes more than the others: are we human? Seen with another perspective, the reader might ask himself/herself: is being different a crime? Because this is what it looks like: being different makes people fearful of one another. And humans act in weird ways when they’re frightened. The Vision’s family is no different.
Humans have done terrible things to people who are different from others. Sometimes even arguing that those different folks aren’t really human. So, the question is: who is being more human here? The Visions? The Humans? Isn’t being human to learn from mistakes?
The one who is holding inside more guilt is Vision’s wife. She is doing what she is doing hoping to fix the family and achieve being normal like the rest of people. But can she?
While the mother is unable to know how to fix things, children get lost and start question themselves: who are we? Aren’t we suppose to love? Do I bleed? Hard times for the Vision’s family, indeed.
How do you think the Vision will react if he learns the truth? What would you do to protect your family?
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