Comics THORsday reads the Vision #6. In the last issue, we saw how broken the Visions ended up. However, in this issue we discover how human they are, and what the Vision is giving up for his family. That what has been broken can be repaired, but, can we take shortcuts for that? Machines will always try the easiest path, but, don’t humans do the same? When we are confronted with two different ways of action, don’t we try the simplest way? Granted, sometimes we also try the hardest, but that’s unusual. It looks like the Vision is going to try the steep path. But, will he end up doing so?
Obviously, the Vision wants his family to be happy. He wants to be normal; he wants to have his family, and he desires to nurture them and be happy, just like any other Dad. But will society let him?
The neighbor’s dog provides an easy way to fix something broken: feelings. And also, he discovers a deed that had been hidden from the Vision. In his curiosity, the poor dog has an accident.
And when the Vision finds out what happened, then he decides to protect his family. He loves his family, so it’s a logical way of action.
Naturally, the neighbors start searching for the dog. And in their visit to the Visions, we can compare their house and their lives to the previous issues of this series. The house is just a reflection of how deep the wounds run within Vision’s family. And yet, they try to cope the best they can.
The Vision doesn’t want to be alone, he wants a life, a family, just live. However, his intentions are easily misunderstood.
And so, we discover at last who is the one explaining the story. We’ve been reading lots of purple captions all over the series. And, at this point, we discover who it is, and we are given a hint of what might happen next.
What do you think will happen to the Vision and his family? Do you think that he will ever be seen as one more in the group? Or, will he forever be a machine?
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