Human Oppressors Wage War on Peace-Loving Robots in Force Works 2020 #1 [Preview]

Force Works 2020 #1 is in stores from Marvel Comics next week, by Matthew Rosenberg and Juanan Ramirez, spinning out of the Iron Man 2020 event.

Force Works 2020 #1 [Preview]

As in all Marvel events, readers must choose a side. Civil War. Avengers vs. X-Men. X-Men vs. Inhumans. Civil War 2. Readers must decide who in any given story are freedom-loving innocents trying to live their lives and who are the a**holes.

 

Force Works 2020 #1 [Preview]

And based on what we've seen, the humans are definitely on the wrong side of this one.

Force Works 2020 #1 [Preview]

Which is why it's not surprising to see the Force Works team assembled to ruthlessly slaughter their A.I. opponents who are only minding their own business.

Force Works 2020 #1 [Preview]

Just look as War Machine terrifies two innocent robots that are only trying to hide.

Force Works 2020 #1 [Preview]

He made them so upset they literally exploded.

Force Works 2020 #1 [Preview]

Robots continue to be right when Force Works 2020 #1 hits stores on Wednesday.

2020 FORCE WORKS #1 (OF 3)
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(W) Matthew Rosenberg (A) Juanan Ramirez (CA) Carlos E. Gomez
The eruption of a violent robot revolution threatens all manner of biological life! Teetering on the precipice of extinction, there's only one man with enough tactical skill, killer instinct and ruthless leadership to lead the rebellion: War Machine! Join War Machine and his elite paramilitary squad (U.S.Agent, Mockingbird, and Quake) in the final crusade for humanity's fate!
Rated T+
In Shops: Feb 26, 2020
SRP: $3.99

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