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His memories downloaded and stolen, a partially amnesiac Vision must seek help from the reluctant granddaughter of his creator, Professor Phineas T. Horton, to defeat a technological terror programmed by the Nazis during World War II to cause fear and death from the skies. Created using technology stolen from Professor Horton, the newly escaped Gremlin will not be denied its mission in the present day - even if it must reprogram and erase the Vision's very humanity in the process! 
Reprints Avengers Icons: The Vision #1-4 and Vision's first appearance from Avengers #57.                      

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The Story: Vision has lot most of his memories so he seeks out the granddaughter of his creator to assist him. The Gremlin seeks to carry out its mission by destroying humanity. Vision, without he help of a young boy named Derek Hoffman and Victoria Anderson fight the Gremlin in order to save tomorrow.  My Thoughts: This four issue story arc is written by Geoff Johns. Johns explores the Vision's origins showing his creator, Professor Horton. The dialogue between Vision and the young boy Derek wa...

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