Real Name: Vin Vision

Identity/Class: Synthezoid

Occupation: Student

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Chris "CK" Kinzsky, George Knowles, Nora Knowles, Mr. Laski, Sparky, Sam Waxman

Enemies: Grim Reaper (Eric Williams)

Known Relatives: Vision (father), Virginia (mother, deceased), Viv (sister), Victor Mancha (uncle), extensive relationships via Vision

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Cherrydale, Virginia

First Appearance: Vision III#1 (January, 2016)

Powers/Abilities: Patterned after his father, Vin possessed the same abilities as the Vision himself. Vin was able to alter his own density, growing diamond-hard or light as a feather (and thus able to float or fly through the air), and allowing him to seemingly phase through walls and solidify himself at will. Drawing his energy from solar power, Vin was also able to fire lasers through his eyes. Vin had a computerized mind and could interface with computers, downloading new skills and connecting with technological resources as needed. Vin was fascinated by Shakespeare and had rudimentary skills at playing basketball. He was vulnerable to electric attacks, particularly those infused by Vibranium.

Height: 5'7" (by approximation)
Weight: 150 lbs. (by approximation)
Eyes: White
Hair: Green

(Vision III#1 (fb) - BTS) - Wanting a family of his own, Vision formed a synthezoid wife, Virginia, then the two of them combined their brain patterns to form twin synthezoid chlidren, Vin and Viv, who had the powers of the Vision, but whose brains were underdeveloped. The Visions made their home in Cherrydale, Virginia, just miles from Washington DC. Knowing the teens still needed to grow and develop, Vision chose to enroll them in high school, where they could interact with their human peers. They enrolled the kids at Alexander Hamilton High School in Fairfax, Virginia.

(Vision III#1) - Neighbors George and Nora Knowles visited the Visions with a housewarming gift. Vin and Viv spent the following days meeting neighbors, posing for photos, and sometimes showing off their powers. Both twins enjoyed obtaining knowledge whenever they could and sometimes they argued and fought interpretations of literature or philosophy. On the first day of school, Vin and Viv were given new clothes (specially prepared to phase with them) and they flew to school, where Vin took classes like American Literature and European History. Vin was disturbed when one girl asked him if he was 'normal' or not.

(Vision III#2 (fb) - BTS) - Vin and Viv spent their lunch periods at school studying and discussing literature. Vin studied human anatomy and wondered about the destinies of humans. Vin argued that humans were able to be 'turned off' with just a button like synthezoids, if the proper force was used.

(Vision III#1) - On a Saturday weeks later, when Vision was working, Virginia was reviewing the teens' school work when the Grim Reaper attacked, impaling Viv and slashing at Vin's arm. Virginia responded by beating the Grim Reaper to death.

(Vision III#2 (fb) - BTS) - As Viv got medical help, Virginia lied to Vision, telling him about the Grim Reaper's attack, but saying the Grim Reaper had gotten away.

(Vision III#2) - Vin struggled to interact with others at school, sinking into the floor. Later, at lunch, Chris "C.K." Kinzsky asked where Viv was, and Vin grabbed the student by the neck, knocking him out. Principal Sam Waxman called in Vision and Virginia to discuss this behavior, and Vin was suspended.

(Vision III#3) - Vin was downloading classical music as Virginia yelled at him when Vision returned home with Viv, who was now revived.

(Vision III#4) - Viv held a football for Vin to kick, but he kept phasing, prompting a discussion on trust between them. Vision, after commenting on the distastefulness of their school's former mascot, which used the likeness of a Native American, threw the football into the sky for Viv and Vin to chase after. Despite Vin's protestations, Vin and Viv returned to school, where Vin went to Mr. Laski's biology class, presuming that the other students hated him.

(Vision III#5) - Vin was inspired by teachings on the Holocaust at school. When CK Kinsky was killed mysteriously, Vision was taken in for questioning by the police. Virginia was questioning Viv and Vin about their school days when she seemingly malfunctioned, repeating words over and over and breaking their table.

(Vision III#6) - Vin was having dinner with his family when a dog got into the backyard and electrocuted itself after digging up the Grim Reaper's corpse.

(Vision III#6 - BTS) - Vision confronted Virginia about the Grim Reaper's death and learned the truth, including that she was somewhat responsible for CK Kinzsky's death as well as CK's father being in a coma.

(Vision III#6 - BTS) - Vin oiled himself as George Knowles, their neighbor, visited, looking for his missing dog. Vin was thrilled to see that his dad had reanimated the dog as a synthezoid.

(Vision III#10 (fb) ) - Vin interrupted a call that Vision was on with the Avengers in order to recite him some Shakespeare that he was enthusiastic about.

(Vision III#8) - While playing with the new dog (which they named Sparky) Vin continued reading classic writings of Shakespeare. Victor Mancha came to stay with the family and he was introduced to Vin and Viv as their uncle (as he was also created by Ultron like the Vision was). Vin and Victor played basketball days later, bonding over classic literature. Days after that, Vin walked in on Victor providing a report on the Vision family to the Avengers (Captain America/Sam Wilson, Iron Man/Tony Stark, Thor/Jane Foster). Distressed, Vin tried backing away as Victor pleaded with him to stay, then Victor lashed out with an electric blast.

(Vision III#9) - As Sparky attacked Victor, Vin cried out for his father, then tried to rush out of the room, but Victor attacked anew, hitting Vin with electricity until Vin collapsed. The electric attack, infused by Vibranium, shut down Vin's neural systems to the point where he could not be revived. Vision and Virginia soon found Vin's body as Victor sobbed nearby.

Comments: Created by Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta.

This profile was completed 3/29/2021, but its publication was delayed as it was intended for the Appendix 20th anniversary 's celebratory event.

Profile by Chadman.

Vin Vision has no known connections to:

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Vision III#9, p7, pan1 (main)
Vision III#5, p5, pan3 (face)

Vision III#1-6 (January-June, 2016) - Tom King (writer), Gabriel Hernandez Walta (artist), Wil Moss (editor)
Vision III#8-10 (August-October, 2016) - Tom King (writer), Gabriel Hernandez Walta (artist), Wil Moss (editor)

First Posted: 09/17/2021
Last updated: 09/16/2021

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