While Thanos is the most popular villain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)many fans choose Ultron with that tag. His appearance in Avengers: Age of Ultron is well remembered, being considered one of the best movies in the MCU.
In addition to the weapons he boasts, Ultron has an incredible ability to create, self-repair, superhuman abilities of cybernetic analysis and precision, the ability to process information and perform calculations quickly.
Comic book readers criticized at the time that while he seemed fearsome and powerful to many, the movie version of the villain wasn’t nearly as menacing as he was in the comics.
The panels are where Ultron has proven to be an extremely powerful foe, and as a report posted on the Ultron website recounts Alpha Beta Play, Marvel has presented the definitive and most powerful version of the villain.
In Ant-Man number 3Created by Al Ewing, Tom Reilly, Jordie Bellaire and Cory Petit, Scott Lang has helped send Ultron into the Microverse, triggering a terrible event for the Avengers.
Ultron is trapped in a vibranum coffin with Asgardian magic to keep him locked up. Unfortunately for the heroes, his enemy has aged millions of years and has become the most divine and powerful version of him: All-Father Ultron.
The machine based on artificial intelligence took advantage of the fact that, with the help of Black Ant, the vibranium crumbled over time after sending the coffin to the future, which also caused Ultron to absorb metal and magic from Asgard.
Everything indicates that this version of Ultron is more powerful than even the one that appeared in the animated series What If…?. In the comics arc, it seems Ant-Man and Earth’s Avengers have never faced a threat of this caliber.