The Marvel Cinematic Universe has grown dramatically in recent years. So much so that, rather than slowing down, the tempo has increased following the conclusion of Endgame. We were all expecting things to settle down in 2021. However, Marvel Studios took things to the next level by launching a slew of OTT programs one after the other. WandaVision was the first to appear, followed by Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and now What If…? The most recent episode of What If…? It made us understand how strong Infinity Ultron truly is. However, we believe that Ultron’s victory contradicts Loki.
The episode begins with a simple shift in the holy chronology. Ultron creates his perfect body, but the Avengers are unable to steal it. Ultron successfully downloads to the vibranium body, causing a domino effect. Ultron gets control of the mind gem and the endurance that comes with Vision’s body since Vision is never born. The killer AI then decimates the Avengers and kills Iron Man gloriously. His objective is to take possession of the nuclear launch codes, which he will be able to obtain after decimating your heroes.
Ultron then launches a nuclear catastrophe on Earth. All of our nuclear weapons are capable of annihilating humanity. Around the planet, a suit of armour transforms into an iron maiden who pokes holes in our bodies till we weep and drip blood. Ultron unleashes his vengeance on the Earth and then admires his accomplishment. Thanos appears in the episode at this point. He has probably come to take Ultron’s mind gem, but he is murdered by the villain the minute he appears. Ultron then collects the remaining infinite stones and transforms into Infinity Ultron.
The victory of Ultron Vexes Loki:
Things get wilder after Ultron gets the infinite stones and transforms into his new form. After Ultron gets the infinite stones and transforms into his new form, things get even wilder. Ultron reaches a level of strength unrivalled even by the Gods, with the ability to alter reality at will.Infinity Ultron is unsatisfied with delivering peace to Earth. He intends to kill all life in the cosmos with the infinity stones. As a result, he goes on a rampage unlike anything seen in the MCU previously. With a single strike, he extinguishes the existence of Asgard. Then he travels on to planets such as The Sovereign and Sakaar, where he eliminates creatures such as Ego.
Until he winds himself on Xandar and catches Captain Marvel’s interest. Captain Marvel’s binary form is very strong, giving Infinity Ultron a run for his money. The primary issue with the conflict is Ultron’s possession of the infinity stones, which he uses to defeat and murder the most powerful Avenger. Ultron ascends to a different plane of awareness as he rests after annihilating all life in the cosmos. One where he can sense The Watcher’s presence. This piques his interest in the whereabouts of the Watcher.
It takes some time, but Ultron ultimately enters the Watcher’s domain. Here, the two struggle until Ultron almost kills the Watcher and the latter flees the scene, defeated. The Watcher then seeks assistance from Strange Supreme. But, for two reasons, Ultron should never have been able to overcome The Watcher. One in which cosmic power transcends all other powers in the Marvel cosmos. The second reason is that Loki demonstrated that infinity stones do not calculate their home worlds. So how did Ultron make use of them?
Loki has a humorous scenario where there are a number of infinity stones heaped in the drawers of the TVA employees. In addition, some staff use the items as paperweights. The audience is told that magic does not function at the TVA since it is located on a different level where the multiverse may be viewed. However, if that reasoning is followed, Ultron’s infinite stones should not operate in the Watcher’s world.
Loki is contradicted by Ultron’s triumph since Ultron cannot win without the infinity stones, and the infinity stones should not work in a reality other than their own. This perplexed us for a long time, until we realized it was a TV program, and Marvel is notorious for altering the rules to suit the storyline. Just take a look at the power ramping in Endgame. What are your thoughts on all of this?
As a result, Ultron’s victory in What If…? Vexes The Events Of Loki. Well, if this theory is true, then I’m sure that Ultron’s victory really contradicted the events of Loki’s, and hopefully we’ll be seeing its consequences in the MCU’s future. What do you people have to say about it? Do let us know in the comments section below. Until then, we will see you lads in the next article, but don’t forget to keep on reading Animated Times, your one-stop destination for getting a closer look into the entertainment industry, upcoming movies and TV series, celebrity gossip, and much more. We have got you all covered. Continue reading Animated Times, guys, for more.