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A.I. Volume 1: Human After All (Avengers) (2014)

by Sam Humphries

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"Hank Pym's triumph over the megalomaniacal robot Ultron turns to tragedy for the human race when the artificial intelligence he created to destroy the mechanical menace goes rogue, opening an unfathomable Pandora's Box of destruction! The super-intelligence known as Dimitrios wages a campaign to liberate the machines of the world, and only a new team of all-artificial Avengers stands in his way. Assembled by Hank Pym and led into battle by the Vision, the new squad -- Victor Mancha, Doombot and the mysterious entity known only as Alexis -- goes toe-to-toe with a hyper-intelligent A.I. with a major grudge against man bent on constructing a kingdom of thinking machines and bringing forth humanity's extinction! When Dimitrios unleashes his brave new world, can the Avengers A.I. protect mankind from the future?"--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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The concept of this is much more interesting than the book itself. All of the characters are AI and while that makes for an interesting idea, it's really hard to draw emotion out of characters that have no emotion to begin with. Some parts of this story were supposed to tug at you just a little bit, but instead you find yourself watching robots do what every other superhero team does. One wonders if maybe they're emulating those people who save the world that they were created after and were meant to work alongside of. It's a really great idea, but it could have been so, so, so much better than it was. ( )
  sixthreezy | Apr 4, 2014 |
The concept of this is much more interesting than the book itself. All of the characters are AI and while that makes for an interesting idea, it's really hard to draw emotion out of characters that have no emotion to begin with. Some parts of this story were supposed to tug at you just a little bit, but instead you find yourself watching robots do what every other superhero team does. One wonders if maybe they're emulating those people who save the world that they were created after and were meant to work alongside of. It's a really great idea, but it could have been so, so, so much better than it was. ( )
  LaneLiterati | Feb 22, 2014 |
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