There’s been a lot of thought (bubbles) since the Mighty Avengers ran into Ultron, and now after four issues, it’s time to try bring Ultron down for good.

Take the jump for a sneak peek of the issue that arrives October 17.

Pencils and Cover by FRANK CHO
Rated A

Oh yeah, Ultron’s back and it’s taken the form of Janet Pym so it can wreak havoc on the world! In Mighty Avengers #5, from the red-hot superstar creative team of writer Brian Bendis and artist Frank Cho, it’s the penultimate chapter of the team’s first mission…but is there any way to defeat a foe who just won’t stay down? Ares, former villain turned ally is Earth’s Newest Mightiest Hero, but he may just be their last hope!


Mighty Avengers #5 will sell for $2.99.

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Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher

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  1. September 26, 2007 at 8:49 am — Reply

    I hope they can explain why Ultron is Hulk or Sentry level power all of a sudden. If Sentry is as crazy as he looks in these scenes, he should be tearing her apart, yet she can somehow stand up to it. I wish theyd just get some consistency on Sentry. Is he Superman level or not. They have him fighting Hulk one minute and then Ultron is whooping him the next.

    Kirk Warren
    The Weekly Crisis

  2. Brent F.
    September 26, 2007 at 9:11 am — Reply

    Hey, something is actually happening in this book now. Now if only we could get Bendis to stop writing stories that take place weeks before every other Marvel title.

  3. September 26, 2007 at 10:28 am — Reply

    October is a good month for the Sentry, huh?

  4. Cory
    September 26, 2007 at 12:41 pm — Reply

    Presumably Ultron is made of Nanotechnology here. Therefore, I don’t see why the avengers use some kind of X-Ray Laser or Particle Beam Weapon of Hard Radiation to destroy the fine structures of Ultron’s Nanotech. It would wipe out all of Ultron’s systems. Besides, Tony is dick.

  5. UltraMatt
    September 26, 2007 at 1:15 pm — Reply

    so is Yellowjacket all of a sudden going to go back to his Ant-Man personia for this issue or is it just some cover thing representing that Pym created Ultron and such…..

  6. Mr Hughes
    September 27, 2007 at 6:18 am — Reply

    Just to answer Mr Warren. Ultron models have been constructed from adamantium for quite a while now. According to Marvel mythology adamantium is indestructible, capable of withstanding blows from Thor’s hammer or in this case Sentry’s fists. I’m assuming that this model Ultron is constructed from the same stuff. Cheers.

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