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Marvel Preview: The Vision #12

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Marvel Preview: The Vision #12

A while ago, a robot created a family. And all was good. For a while. Then came the murders. The lies. The betrayals. The battles fought. The battles lost. The family lost. And now, at the end, Vision stands alone. He must decide how he will go on, if he will go on, if he can go on. And that decision will shape the Marvel Universe for quite a while. The epic, stunning conclusion to the most highly praised series of the year. Simply put, this is the issue everyone will be talking about.

The Vision #12

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Published: October 26, 2016
Rating: Rated T+
Writer: Tom King
Penciller: Gabriel Hernandez Walta
Cover Artist: Michael Del Mundo

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