31 Facts About Ultron


Ultron is a supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

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Ultron is a self-aware and highly intelligent artificial intelligence who develops a god complex and a grudge against his creator Hank Pym.

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Ultron is notable for being the first character in Marvel Comics to wield the fictional metal alloy adamantium and for his creation of the Vision.

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Ultron was created by writer Roy Thomas and artist John Buscema.

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Ultron liked the robot's malicious looking smile, showing this to Buscema.

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Ultron creates the synthezoid Vision as a weapon to destroy the Avengers.

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Ultron-8 is responsible for Jocasta's creation as a robotic bride, before being destroyed shortly afterwards.

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Ultron-12 enters an alliance with the Grim Reaper and his allies in a bid to destroy Wonder-Man.

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Avengers discovered that Ultron's creations have a secret program included—they are subconsciously compelled to rebuild Ultron.

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However, Ultron-18 is composed of steel not adamantium, and is destroyed when Alkhema's subterranean base exploded after Hawkeye shot Alkhema with a vibranium arrow at Alkhema's request.

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Ultron's head was recovered by Antigone, an artificial girl and one of the synthezoids.

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Ultron kills Lindy Reynolds, causing the Sentry to battle Ultron, nearly tearing his head off.

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Ultron is eventually destroyed by New Avenger Ares using a computer virus to wipe Ultron's program from Iron Man's armor, changing Stark back to normal.

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Ultron spent a few months floating through the cosmos as radio waves and energy.

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Ultron agrees, but warns that he will be ruler of all someday.

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Ultron's Ultron Sentinels are guarding the streets looking for any fugitives.

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Ultron is defeated when Starfox's powers force love onto himself, causing the part of that is Pym to accept his old weakness and flaws while the villain has a mental breakdown and flees into space.

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Ultron has completely controlled the planet Saiph with Ultron hybrids and had captured the Silver Surfer.

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Ultron has the ability to convert electromagnetic radiation into electrical energy for use or storage.

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Ultron has a genius intellect, a capacity for creative intelligence and self-repair, superhuman cybernetic analytical capabilities, and the ability to process information and make calculations with superhuman speed and accuracy.

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Ultron has occasionally reformed itself with a humanoid appearance above the waist and the appearance of a complex machine, including tractor beam apparatus for flight, below the waist.

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Ultron used an internal molecular rearranger that renders the adamantium components of its workings more malleable and so has the ability to restructure its physical form.

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Ultron uses the device in ways its own creator never dreamed, such as converting matter into energy and back by sheer force of will, something Ultron 6 often made use of during his battles with the Avengers.

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Ultron later found himself physically as well as mentally bonded with his creator and long time adversary, Dr Henry Pym.

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Ultron once used such a tactic to shunt its mass into another dimension for the purpose of riding a neutrino in order to escape burning up in the sun.

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Anything the afflicted sees they all see, through which Ultron Prime is notified of anything they all come across effective immediately.

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Ultron is destroyed by the Vision, sacrificing his own artificial life.

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Ultron's eventually married Ultron and the two conquered Earth, the Shi'ar Empire and the entire universe.

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Ultron appears in Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow, voiced by Tom Kane.

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Ultron appears in media set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Ultron was ranked number 23 by IGN's Top 100 Comic Book Villains list, was listed number 189 in Wizard's 'Top 200 Greatest Villains Ever' list, and was ranked as the 189th-greatest comic book character ever in Wizards list of the '200 Greatest Comic Book Characters of All Time'.

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