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What If: Why Ultron With Infinity Stones Is Scarier Than Thanos

Here’s why Ultron, in Marvel’s What If episode 7, with all the Infinity Stones, is scarier than Thanos. Marvel’s entire story up until Marvel’s Phase 4 was about the Infinity Stones that could grant its wielder unlimited power. One such being who was after this power was Thanos, the Mad Titan. Throughout the universe, his name was feared and when he finally came down to fight the Avengers, he won. However, another villain that entertained the MCU audience was Ultron. A product of Tony and his mind, Ultron never waked the right path. Now, in Marvel’s What If episode 7, we see Ultron with all the Infinity Stones forged into his body. But he is more dangerous and scarier than Thanos. Check out why.

Here’s Why Ultron With Infinity Stones Is Scarier Than Thanos In What If

Right off the bat, we have to discuss Ultron’s true motive, and let’s compare it with Thanos’. For the Mad Titan, it was all about the balance in the universe. He is about distributing the finite resources equally and wiping 50% of all life forms randomly. But on the other hand, Utron is a true savage. He does not care about humanity at all. Instead, he is into wiping out all of humanity and lead a force only made of metal.

What If: Why Ultron With Infinity Stones Is Scarier Than Thanos
What If Why Ultron With Infinity Stones Is Scarier Than Thanos

Now, What If gave us an Ultron with all the Infinity Stones forged into his body. This makes him a thousand times dangerous than Thanos. First, his motive. Second, his ability to transfer his consciousness into some other form is something that an Infinity Gauntlet cannot perish. If you remember, the physical toll that the Infinity Stones had on a mortal is deadly. It cost Smart Hulk his arm, and almost killed Thanos when he tried to use the Stones twice. But even if Ultron uses them and the Stones destroys his body, he can transfer his AI into some other form. Let’s see where What If goes from here.

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Written by Deepak Vasisht