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Subj: Re: A question about Ultron War
Posted: Fri Aug 17, 2012 at 01:07:44 am EDT (Viewed 399 times)
Reply Subj: Re: A question about Ultron War
Posted: Thu Aug 16, 2012 at 07:33:03 pm EDT (Viewed 438 times)

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With Bendis' impending departure from the Avengers titles, I wouldn't be surprised if the Ultron War (along with all the other items from that timeline that haven't come to pass yet) will be ignored.

07-24-2012, 12:56 PM:
Nrama: So, since readers are used to seeing you on multiple Avengers books simultaneously at this point, are you writing just the one X-Men book? I know in the past you've mentioned two more projects that are yet to be announced.

Bendis: There are a couple more very large projects, not even including Age of Ultron, which is still coming.

This is the question I get like every three hours on Twitter: Age of Ultron is not part of the Marvel NOW! launches, but it is a very large project, and it is coming soon. Bryan Hitch finished his part of the book, I'm happy to say, and we'll be going forward and we'll be making announcements about that later in the fall, I'd guess.

Nrama: And now that Daredevil: End of Days has been solicited, people have more reason to believe Age of Ultron is actually coming.

Bendis: Yes. And I don't get to do my "End of Days is the shipping date joke" anymore, now that it's in the catalogue. Unless it is the end of days.

Nrama: So will Age of Ultron be pre-Marvel NOW! continuity, then?

Bendis: No. It's ready to go. It'll be in Marvel NOW!, now. It's substantially a part of what's going on in the Marvel Universe next year.

So I guess it's coming...
I'm still wondering if Vision's return has something to do with this. Hasn't Stark said he's at a loss to explain Vision's sudden recovery?