This post is part of the Age of Ultron Aftermath series.

So, you’ve seen Avengers: Age of Ultron six times, and you’re wondering, ‘what does this mean for my favourite character?’. In this series of articles, we’re going to take a look at where each character has been left, and use what we already know, as well as some speculation, to discuss what the end of Age of Ultron means for each of the Avengers. Needless to say, spoilers ahead for Age of Ultron.

Age of Ultron – What does it Mean For Ultron?

Ultron’s dead, gone, one and done, never seeing him again, end of the article. We definitely saw Vision kill the last Ultron robot. That happened on screen? OH NO WAIT IT DIDN’T. Well, it sort of didn’t, there was a blinding flash of light, and that was kind of it. With the power that the infinity gem possesses, is it so impossible that Vision in fact didn’t kill Ultron, and simply sent him to another planet or dimension, or even ingested his being into himself? At one point in the film Vision even confesses to not wanting to kill Ultron.

Other than this, it’s possible that Ultron might have backed himself up on a floppy disk or a super powered equivalent. It was a convenient writing tool, but the thought of a being as powerful as Ultron not having a copy of himself, or some sort of way out doesn’t make a lot of sense. This makes even more sense when you consider the fact that he brought himself into existence in the first place. And anyway, who wouldn’t want to see the most charismatic evil robot of all time again? I personally wouldn’t mind if Thanos resurrected Ultron as part of an anti Avengers super team.

What do you think is next for Ultron? Did we miss anything? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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