• One of Marvel’s most classic characters, Hank Pym, stands at the crossroads!

• Faced with a dilemma only he can solve, Pym gambles his past and his future!

• Some men are beyond redemption! By story’s end, Hank Pym will have an entirely new role in the Marvel Universe!

Story by Mark Waid
Art by Andre Araujo
Colors by Frank D'Armata
Letters by Clayton Cowles
Cover by Sara Pichelli, Marte Gracia, & Paolo Rivera

Price: $3.99
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  1. Should I? Shouldn’t I? I dunno…

  2. Remember when Fear Itself had like 4 issue #7s?

  3. Avatar photo consafo80 (@consafo80) says:

    Despite my slating pretty much every issue of Age Of Ultron and having no interest in Avengers A.I. which this looks like its going to be a big setup / advert for I’m still going to get this. Am I mental? Possibly.

  4. Gonna get it just to see what bad idea Pym had in the last pages of Age of Ultron. He’ll likely build an even more unstoppable killing machine to destroy humanity!

    And then punch Janet agian. Twice.

  5. Hank Pym Story by Mark WAID… enough said! He has such a good handle on diverse characters right now, Hulk and daredevil. I have faith the man will do a great Hank Pym story. I am in!

  6. Man, WHAT?!? I thought I was free of this thing! I’m afraid that I’ll skip this, and it will turn out to be the most relevant, shocking, awesome issue of the entire Age Of Ultron “event”. Damn you, Marvel. Damn you.

  7. Someone spoil this for me? Did I miss out on the penultimate issue of Age of Ultron?

  8. I didn’t read any Age of Ultron until last issue. I thought it was over, but then I found this so I figured I’d check it out. This was the best Hanky Pym origin story I’ve ever read! Good issue and you don’t need to know anything about Age of Ultron to read it.. it’s all in the recap at the start of the issue.

  9. This issue was so much more satisfying than Age of Ultron #10. I’m glad I picked it up. Mark Waid writes a very good Hank Pym. I wish Waid was writing Avengers: AI.

  10. Surprisingly good.

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