2021 NEW What If…? Infinity Ultron Funko Pop!

Funko Pop! Marvel What If…? Infinity Ultron Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
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Directly from the eighth episode of season one of the Disney+ series What If…?, the new Funko Pop! Marvel What If…? Infinity Ultron Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure dropped today!

The What If…? first season is coming to an end in defiance of everything we believed about the series. These are no longer isolated stories but the birth of the first significant threat of the multiverse.

And the Watcher, who was only watching, is forced to act. But, then, with the arrival of Ultron, the penultimate episode again surprises, setting the stage for a grand season finale.

Infinity Ultron Funko Pop! from the What If…? series is now available for pre-order at the links below (click to jump!)

Funko Pop! Marvel What If…? Infinity Ultron Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure

Those who expected more from the villain in Avengers: Age of Ultron will be happy to know that in What If… Ultron Won? the mighty A.I. finally gets his redemption.

This time, Tony Stark’s creation is at the peak of his power, using Vision’s Vibranium body and the six Infinity Stones. Not surprisingly, he easily dominates his own universe, as his programming dictated.

On the side of the good guys, we finally have the reunion of Black Widow and Hawkeye. In previous episodes, they always appeared apart, and it’s comforting to see the dynamic between the two.

Finally, Clint brings a lightness to Romanoff that contrasts what we saw in the episode What If… The World Lost Its Mightiest Heroes? A very life-like addition to balancing out this very dark episode.

Funko Pop! Marvel What If…? Infinity Ultron Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure

Infinity Ultron Funko Pop! from the What If…? series is now available for pre-order at the links below (click to jump!)

And even without superpowers, the duo delivers impressive action scenes. Using Red Guardian’s shield, Widow shows Ultron’s robots who’s boss.

And Hawkeye, a constant laughingstock among fans, reveals highly technological tricks, unlike anything we’ve seen in the movies. So anyone who still had doubts that they deserved their position as Avengers now knows that they don’t need any help.

However, even with the best of plans, the last Avengers cannot prevent the spread of Ultron’s empire. Bad for them, but good for us. After all, the villain’s victory yields stunning moments, such as an unexpected reference to Galactus and a fierce battle with Captain Marvel.

But most of all, it is only thanks to Ultron’s success that the Watcher decides to act, a much anticipated moment throughout the series.

Up until now, he had remained inert to any problems plaguing the multiverse, passively watching the worst threats like a sadistic stalker. So it seemed a waste of Geoffrey Wright’s talent to appear in the MCU just to introduce the week’s premise.

Fortunately, Ultron forced the Watcher to fight back, and the infinite potential of this omnipresent being is beautiful to see. The conflict between the two begins timidly, in a mirrored dimension, but quickly takes on epic proportions, destroying the fabric between the realities with each new blow.

Ultron proves to understand the power of the Infinity Stones far better than Thanos ever imagined. Still, the impression is that the Watcher only had trouble stopping him because he was too attached to his oath not to intervene.

Interestingly, everything that He Who Remains (Jonathan Majors) related in the Loki final episode is happening again in What If…? There can be no peace in the multiverse because some extreme force would always arise to threaten the fragile balance of space-time, and Ultron, ironically on his crusade for ultimate peace, is proof of this.

Only this time, unlike during the last Multiverse War, the Watcher is willing to bend the rules to save the day. The episode ends with a preview of what we can expect from the final conflict.

After all, the return of Doctor Strange Supreme shows a likely reunion of this season’s greatest heroes with the sole purpose of defending the multiverse.

This episode is an incredible example of how to build a threat worthy of a series finale. With each moment, the tension escalates, and Ultron’s power becomes more obvious.

With that, the last episode promises to be a worthy conclusion to this first rehearsal with the endless possibilities of Marvel’s new Shared Multiverse. How will this story finally end? We won’t find out until next week!

Funko Pop! Marvel What If…?  Infinity Ultron Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure

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