The Vision, Volume 2: Little Better than a Beast
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The Vision, Volume 2: Little Better than a Beast


Once upon a time a robot and a witch fell in love. What followed was a tale of the dead and the dying, of the hopeful and the lost, of the wronged and the avenged. And in the end, after both had fallen, the witch and the robot rose from their dirt and eyed each other across a field of blood and bone. Forty-five years in the making, this is the story of Scarlet Witch and the Vision. Before family, there was love. And war.

Collecting: The Vision 7-12

Title:The Vision, Volume 2: Little Better than a Beast
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:136 pages

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  • Dan Schwent
    Dec 18, 2016

    As The Vision's perfect family continues to unravel, Victor Mancha comes to town to spend some time with them. However, he has ulterior motives...Tom King's run on The Vision comes to an end. We final...

  • HFK
    Dec 16, 2016

    Oh dang.I gotta say I am quite underwhelmed after finishing Litter Better Than A Beast, because I was so much looking forward to getting my hands on this after the rocking first volume that deserved a...

  • David Schaafsma
    Jan 03, 2017

    Portia: When he is best he is a little worse than a man, and when he is worst he is little better than a beast. --Merchant of VeniceWow, this volume, this series, ended after 12 issues and 2 volumes, ...

  • Donovan
    Dec 25, 2016

    "KILLER" book, but VERY dark.Volume 2, and the end of King's short run on the groundbreaking Vision, expands on the Vision pathos and his past. We see Vision with the Scarlet Witch, whose personality ...

  • Ken Moten
    Dec 31, 2016

    "In sooth, I know not why I am so sad..." - First line of The Merchant of Venice. "It all just goes through me!" - Viv VisionI have been wanting to review this graphic novel (and I mean this volume an...

  • Sesana
    Jan 13, 2017

    A suitably strange, eerie, and sad end to a surprisingly good series....

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Nov 28, 2016

    [Read as single issues]Bring tissues. You'll need them.Vision's journey comes to an end in this volume as everything Agatha Harkness has predicted comes to pass. There is heartbreak, there is joy, and...

  • Maria Kramer
    Dec 26, 2016

    Sad, sweet and sometimes chilling. I'm glad this series was so short - it packs a lot of punch into those two volumes. I'm left wondering what the ramifications of events will be in the rest of the Ma...

  • Josh
    Dec 21, 2016

    Wow.This hurt to read, in a heart-wrenching type of way. It's dark and philosophical and complex and engaging and works as an excellent follow-up to the first volme. The first issue apparently dealt a...

  • Brian Poole
    Dec 15, 2016

    The Vision may have been the most fascinating Marvel book of the past year. Its second and final arc is collected in Little Better Than A Beast.An extended flashback to Vision’s relationship with ex...