What A Vision Has To Do
Review And Media by Stu
Episode Episode #10 - What A Vision Has To Do
Original Airdate January 29th, 2000
The Vision uses himself as bait as the team attempt one final strike against Ultron!
Directed By: Ron Myrick
Music Composed By: Shuki Levy and Kussa Mahchi
Animation Services By: Sae Rom
Guest Starring: Martin Roach as The Falcon, Ron Rubin as The Vision, Rod Wilson as Ant-Man, Linda Ballantyne as The Wasp,
Stavroula Logothettis as Scarlet Witch and Lenore Zann as Tigra.
This episode sees us revisit Wonder Man, who of course, is now part of Vision - Sort of. Unfortunately, it also means yet another appearance from Ultron, one of the most painful supervillains Iíve ever had the displeasure of seeing.
I feel I should apologise to any people who actually like this show, because Iím sorry, but Iíve yet to see a single aspect of the show I like. Itís becoming simply painful to watch and I have thicker skin than most Ė Iíve created sites on Spider-Man Unlimited and The Marvel Action Hour, but this takes the biscuit.
The seeds are apparently being planted for a romance between Vision and Wanda, but thereís absolutely no chemistry between them. Vision is a two dimensional bore as well as being an eyesore, and Wanda is simply cringe worthy. Her voice is justÖ ugh, words canít explain how awful it is. Her design is also screwed up, her angular face looks likeís a surgeonís worst nightmare and her costume is oddly a combination of purple and pink, despite the fact her name is The Scarlet Witch. Now, Iíve no idea what was going on the crews head at the time of this show, but please Ė her name is The Scarlet Witch. Make her bloody costume Scarlet! Is it that difficult?
Now is the time Iím beginning to question whether or not making an Avengers site in the middle of an alcohol detox is a good idea.