The Correct Order In Which To Read Your Age Of Ultron Comics Today

They never said this was going to be easy.

Two Age Of Ultron comics published today. Issue 6 of the main title, and Wolverine And The X-Men #27 AU.

Which do you read first to keep your experience chronological? Important, what with all this time travel going on.

Well, either the first five or seven pages of Age Of Ultron #6. Then the entirety of Wolverine And The X-Men #27 AU. And then the rest of Age Of Ultron #6.

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“At this point, change books…”

Job done. Although you will get the strange experience of seeing Susan Storm come to the same decision, twice, in two chronologically separate scenes. But Wolverine And The X-Men has a number of unexpected art credits – namely, Jack Kirby, Joe Sinnott, John Buscema and George Bell? Why? Because the past, when viewed on monitors, looks like this.

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You know how I wrote that article teasing Angela was joining the Marvel Universe, hiding her name in the first letter of each sentence? And how I said I wasn’t going to do that again?

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Well that was true. But I’d done one previously talking about Age Of Ultron. With a similar Age Of Ultron-spoiling acrostic… you may not want to click on that until you’ve read the comics.

No, I’m definitely not doing that again.

 Comics courtesy of Orbital Comics, London.

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