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AGE OF ULTRON TIE-IN. The AGE OF ULTRON hits Britain, and Captain Britain hits back with a little help from his friends - including a vacationing Captain Marvel! Fighting a guerilla war in the ruins of London when they might just be the last super heroes left alive, can there still be hope?

Detailed Plot

WARNING: THIS SECTION WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS!

Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers) comes to the rescue of a man, grabs the man and carries him off to safety, avoiding being attacked by the Ultron's that have arrived.

Elsewhere in the British Museum a woman called Dr. Faiza Hussain, who's better known as Excalibur is healing the injured when Carol arrives, recognising that the person she is with is Computer Graham. After Carol complains about this man possibly turning into an Ultron, Faiza explains that he wouldn't be able to enter if that was the case and gets Graham to tell her his story.

Graham then goes to tell her how he was a computer coder in the 80's, and realised he had a power that allowed him to go inside games.

Faiza then asks Graham if he can still do it, with Graham replying that he doesn't think so. Captain Britain (Brian Braddock) then steps in saying that he has faith in him, also asking a girl named Melanie to hand out food whilst he takes a child to Faiza for healing, which Melanie agrees to. Brian then goes to talk to Carol, and Graham saying that they need to have a little talk, which the Black Knight (Dane Whitman) isn't happy about being left out of. Mel then asks Dane to help he distribute the cans, as she can't use her power of kick them all over the place as they'd get dented.

Carol, Brian, and Graham go to a room to talk, where Carol asks why the Black Knight is sitting out, which Brian replies by saying that he's not ready. He then asks Graham what he knows of going on, then going into telling him briefly what happened. Carol then goes to say that if the Avengers hadn't arrived by now that that would make them the Avengers. Brain then asks if Graham will help them, which Graham agrees to, but states that he doesn't know if he'll be as much help as Brain hopes he will. Carol then goes to ask why Dane can't help, to which Brian says that Dane is in the possession of the Anti-Excalibur, and that if he gives it one more inch he'll be worse than Ultron. Just as Carol is about to ask who else they have, Melanie says that she'll help.

Back in the sick room Brian asks Faiza for a world, dubbing her Captain Britain saying that he may die fighting Ultron, but that Captain Britain must live on.

When they reach St. Paul's Cathedral, finding all the Ultron's, Carol rips two big chunks out of a wall, tossing one to Brian, and keeping the other for herself. She then tells him to do a Steve Rogers, and they both chuck the pieces of wall at two Ultorn's head's caving them in. Also as Melanie kick's grenades at Ultron's Graham enters the main Ultron, fighting the Ultron from within. Meanwhile whilst trying to save Melanie, Brian gets killed. After noticing that Graham is weakening Ultron, with him excreting energy, she absorbs it, and returns it to Ultron, killing it, and herself.

Back at the British Museum Dane asks if they are okay, and Faiza replies that they aren't, and that they will need to continue the fight for them.

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What We Can Love About The Book: Right from the get-go the first thing I wrote in my notes was the ref to Doctor Who at the beginning and it really made me laugh out loud. Ultrons acting like Daleks (and have a similar appearance) is all i'm giving away. Also I loved that we got Captain Marvel in this, Don't know why she's in the UK but she's here. On top of that the book was consistent with her own series in that she can't fly due to health reasons. I really enjoyed the variety of heroes who i...

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Cover & Solicit - 3/5Would I pick-up or buy the comic based on the solicit or cover alone?Are the alternate covers appealing?Does the solicit and cover portray what happens in the issue?Do I like the artist's style on the cover?Art, Colors & Inking - 3/5- Weighted DoubleDo I personally like this artist's style?Does the artist stay true to the characters appearance?If there are multiple artists do they blend well and not disturb the reading experience?Does the coloring/inking blend well w...

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