Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Ultron – Twisted Relationship Theater: The Artificial Love of Ultron! – MK Stangeland Jr.

(6 Panels)

Panel 1: Intro Box – An ULTRON head surrounded by three digital-style hearts are surrounded by the text.

TEXT (1): And now, Twisted Relationship Theater Presents:

TEXT (2): The Artificial Love of Ultron!

Panel 2: HANK PYM and ULTRON.

HANK PYM: I think I’ve created artificial life somehow.

ULTRON (1): I hate you, dad.

ULTRON (2): And all other humans, too.

SFX: MEMORY ERASURE!

Panel 3: ULTRON and WASP (JANET VAN DYNE).

ULTRON (1): I love you for reasons, ambiguously-related mother figure!

WASP: Never going to happen!

Panel 4: ULTRON and VISION.

ULTRON (1): Fine, then I’ll be a single dad instead and make myself a son to help wipe out humanity.

VISION: I’ve decided I like humans for reasons and that you’re evil.

ULTRON (2): Son, I am disappointed. Now I must destroy you.

Panel 5: ULTRON and JOCASTA.

ULTRON (1): I didn’t want a son anyway.

ULTRON (2): I’ll just make myself a new, better robot wife based on my ambiguously-related mother figure.

JOCASTA: I’ve decided I like humans for reasons and that you’re evil.

ULTRON (3): I am disappointed. Now I have to destroy you, robot wife/daughter/replacement mother figure!

Panel 6: ULTRON with a heart that has ‘HUMAN GENOCIDE’ written on it.

ULTRON (1): At least I’ll always have you, death of all humanity.

ULTRON (2): I know you’ll never leave me.

TEXT BOX: Next time: Tony Stark’s Love for All Women!


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(And, as a bonus, have a visual version of the comic of dubious quality I decided to slap together this week!)


5 comments:

  1. *slow clap standing ovation*
    Seriously, you have outdone yourself, and the art is the icing on the cake. Maybe the funniest thing you've written yet. Extremely well done, all around.

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  2. This perfectly describes my thoughts when reading through Ultron complicated and complex history, but in a much funnier fashion. Really like the repetition and the on-the-nose dialogue.

    And as Ray says, the art is a an excellent touch. Bravo.

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  3. The art is a brilliant addition to the humour. Great stuff!

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    1. I did notice our scripts this week shared the same basic premise, though with you going a lot more in-depth on it.

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