Vision: I have a ways to go.
She-Hulk: Don’t we all?
Vision: It would seem.
She-Hulk: Are we cool? You and I?
Vision: I hold no grudge toward you.
She-Hulk: Really? Because it looks like you do.
Vision: I do not. My demeanor is, as always, as it is.
She-Hulk: Did someone tell you what really happened?
Vision: Yes. She-Hulk: I’m so sorry. You, of all of us, you didn’t deserve that.
Vision: You quit the Avengers?
She-Hulk: After what I did? Had to.
Vision: But you were under her control. It wasn’t you.
She-Hulk: Can’t help how I feel. And I didn’t feel worthy anymore. You’re one of the all-time greats, Vision. You’re world-class. And I… thank you for forgiving me. What are you going to do now?
Vision: Find my place in the new world.
She-Hulk: You’ve missed a lot.
Vision: So I have heard.
She-Hulk: If you need someone to talk to, or just — if you need a friend… You come find me.
Vision: I will.
She-Hulk:I’m going to do something now, even though I know you hate it…
( Avengers #24.1 — Brian Michael Bendis & Brandon Peterson )
i love this scene, particularly because despite how awkward they may seem with one another, you can see just how much this has been hurting Jen and how much she needs his forgiveness.