2021 NEW What If…? Ravager Thanos Funko Pop! Exclusive
The new Funko POP! Marvel: What If…? – Ravager Thanos Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Target Exclusive is dedicated to the What If…? Season 1 last episode.
After eight episodes that divided public opinion, What If…? comes to the end of its first season, finally bringing together the Guardians of the Multiverse for a vast battle against the killer robot Ultron.
The series sets out to close a story arc and show what would happen if the Watcher broke his oath not to interfere.
And now you can bring home the Mad Titan from the series and add this powerful purple menace to your Marvel collection, thanks to Funko. But, of course, Thanos will look like he jumped right out of the TV and into your living room. So, please do your best not to anger this infamous Marvel villain.
The Target Exclusive Ravager Thanos Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure from What If…? Marvel series is now available for pre-order at the links below (click to jump!)
Back in the eighth episode, we are invited to imagine “What If… Ultron won?”
In the episode, we see how the Marvel Cinematic Universe would have a far more tragic fate if Ultron wasn’t stopped by the Avengers and able to use the Vision as his new body.
Equipped with spectacular new powers and an unstoppable will to fulfill his mission to eradicate humanity and organic beings, the villain begins an absolute conquest.
Interestingly, in a scene that takes place shortly after he kills most of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, Ultron/Vision is visited by none other than Thanos, already in possession of several of the Infinity Stones.
And what rolls around shocks anyone who saw the synthezoid dying at the hands of the Mad Titan in Avengers: Infinity War – “Vision” just uses the Mind Stone’s beam on his forehead to “snap Thanos in half.”
The Mad Titan offers no resistance, nor does he even get to fight with “Vision.” In theory, this is because Ultron is in the body of his “son” – but taking into account that the Stone itself gained no new powers because of this, it stands to reason that Vision himself could have done the same in Avengers: Infinity War.
However, because he is a hero and has his “humanity,” the synthezoid never stood a chance.
Next, Ultron/Vision collects the Infinity Stones. Then, it proceeds to destroy the universe where the story takes place – and this eventually culminates in a trip through the Multiverse after he senses the Watcher’s presence.
The episode hasn’t concluded this storyline yet, and we only get to see the results of Ultron’s murderous conquest until the next episode, the last of the season.
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