History CharacterS / MastersOfEvilUltronMembers

11th Oct '16 6:50:49 AM rafi
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[[ComicBook/{{Ultron}} See his own page.]]

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See [[ComicBook/{{Ultron}} See his own page.]]



* {{Archenemy}}: To the Black Panther.
* ArmCannon
* DragonAscendant: He briefly led the Masters of Evil after Ultron's first demise.
* EnergyBeing: He was human at first, but an accident with his own machines turned him into a being of pure sound.
* GreenLanternRing: His sonic weapon can create solid constructs.
* MakeMeWannaShout
* ThoseWackyNazis: Klaw's father was allied with the Nazis in World War II, and Klaw inherited many of his attitudes.

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* {{Archenemy}}: To the
See
Black Panther.
* ArmCannon
* DragonAscendant: He briefly led the Masters of Evil after Ultron's first demise.
* EnergyBeing: He was human at first, but an accident with his own machines turned him into a being of pure sound.
* GreenLanternRing: His sonic weapon can create solid constructs.
* MakeMeWannaShout
* ThoseWackyNazis: Klaw's father was allied with the Nazis in World War II, and Klaw inherited many of his attitudes.
Panther [[Characters/BlackPanther characters sheet page]].


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23rd Sep '14 5:43:24 PM Megadoomer
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* AtrociousAlias: formerly known as "The Human Top"
24th Aug '14 4:13:25 PM DAMartin
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* EnergyBeing

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* EnergyBeingDragonAscendant: He briefly led the Masters of Evil after Ultron's first demise.
* EnergyBeing: He was human at first, but an accident with his own machines turned him into a being of pure sound.
14th Feb '14 8:55:11 AM despoa
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[[{{Ultron}} See his own page.]]

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[[{{Ultron}} [[ComicBook/{{Ultron}} See his own page.]]
7th Feb '14 7:09:52 AM OneEyedDragon
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[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ultron_2858.jpg]]

Ranked Number 23 among the ''TopOneHundredComicBookVillains'', this android is the ArchEnemy to ComicBook/TheAvengers as a whole. First created (in the InUniverse meaning) by Hank Pym as a test in order to create the first true AI, the first thing the initially barrel-like robot ever did was [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters attacking Pym]], and not in the "[[ObliviouslyEvil but I just want to play with dad]]" sense: Ultron-1 already admitted to have "greater plans", wiped Pym's memory of what happened and then escaped; shortly afterwards, [[FromBadToWorse Ultron started updating his body and creating other copies of himself.]]

During Creator/KurtBusiek's critically acclaimed run on ''The Avengers'', Ultron crossed the MoralEventHorizon by committing, essentially, genocide in the "Ultron Unlimited" storyline. He wiped out the population of a {{ruritania}}n ThrowawayCountry only to turn said population's corpses into [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot zombie-like cyborgs.]] All of this accompanied by an army of Ultrons themselves. [[OhCrap Yeah.]]

More recently, Ultron has gone on to [[ComicBook/AgeOfUltron his most heinous act yet]]: a TakeOverTheWorld scheme that actually worked.


* AIIsACrapshoot: The original Ultron was not built to be a homicidal robot. His own "children" have been similarly rebellious.
* AntagonisticOffspring: He regards Hank Pym as his father, and seeks the destruction of him, The Avengers, and the human race as a whole.
* {{Archenemy}}: Even though sometimes he focuses more in his "father" Henry Pym, he mostly is the archenemy of the Avengers as a whole.
* ArchnemesisDad: Towards the Vision and the ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' Victor Mancha, both of whom he created, and whose relationship with him paralells his with Hank Pym.
* AxCrazy
* BackFromTheDead: All the time. Ultron keeps backups of his programming all over the place, and is essentially unkillable in the grand scheme of things.
* {{Badass}}: If you can take on the entire avengers team at once and WIN in a story arc, you better believe you're this.
* FrickinLaserBeams
* HeelFaceTurn: Mark 12, as he called himself, was the only version of Ultron who grew past his OedipusComplex, gave up being a villain, and actually tried to get closer to Hank. Unfortunately, a surviving earlier version of Ultron found him and killed him, while also destroying the programming that allowed Mark 12 to not be a homicidal robot.
* HeroKiller: He's killed a number of heroes as part of his plans.
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:At the end of Age of Ultron where he was shut down by Hank Pym for good.]]
* KillerRobot
* KillAllHumans
* NighInvulnerable: His body is usually made of adamantium and his mind can be easily transferred to other machines that can hold it, making it very hard to get rid of him.
* TurnedAgainstTheirMasters: [[AIIsACrapshoot which is the very first thing he does in his origin story.]]
* OedipusComplex: An all-out theme for him. He wants to murder his "father," Hank Pym, and has attempted to transform Hank's wife Jan into a robot (named "Jocasta").
* OmnicidalManiac: Especially blatant in ComicBook/TheAvengers' ''Ultron Unlimited'' StoryArc, where he [[MoralEventHorizon wipes out an entire nation's population and replaces the corpses with cyborgs.]]
* RedEyesTakeWarning: At times.
* RoboticPsychopath
* SlidingScaleOfRobotIntelligence: Level 4
* TangledFamilyTree: He's created by Hank Pym but considering the number of children created by Ultron, it's hard to know who's relatives with who.
* YouMonster: He's frequently addressed in canon as such, and justified as he's not human.

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[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ultron_2858.jpg]]

Ranked Number 23 among the ''TopOneHundredComicBookVillains'', this android is the ArchEnemy to ComicBook/TheAvengers as a whole. First created (in the InUniverse meaning) by Hank Pym as a test in order to create the first true AI, the first thing the initially barrel-like robot ever did was [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters attacking Pym]], and not in the "[[ObliviouslyEvil but I just want to play with dad]]" sense: Ultron-1 already admitted to have "greater plans", wiped Pym's memory of what happened and then escaped; shortly afterwards, [[FromBadToWorse Ultron started updating

[[{{Ultron}} See
his body and creating other copies of himself.]]

During Creator/KurtBusiek's critically acclaimed run on ''The Avengers'', Ultron crossed the MoralEventHorizon by committing, essentially, genocide in the "Ultron Unlimited" storyline. He wiped out the population of a {{ruritania}}n ThrowawayCountry only to turn said population's corpses into [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot zombie-like cyborgs.]] All of this accompanied by an army of Ultrons themselves. [[OhCrap Yeah.]]

More recently, Ultron has gone on to [[ComicBook/AgeOfUltron his most heinous act yet]]: a TakeOverTheWorld scheme that actually worked.


* AIIsACrapshoot: The original Ultron was not built to be a homicidal robot. His
own "children" have been similarly rebellious.
* AntagonisticOffspring: He regards Hank Pym as his father, and seeks the destruction of him, The Avengers, and the human race as a whole.
* {{Archenemy}}: Even though sometimes he focuses more in his "father" Henry Pym, he mostly is the archenemy of the Avengers as a whole.
* ArchnemesisDad: Towards the Vision and the ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' Victor Mancha, both of whom he created, and whose relationship with him paralells his with Hank Pym.
* AxCrazy
* BackFromTheDead: All the time. Ultron keeps backups of his programming all over the place, and is essentially unkillable in the grand scheme of things.
* {{Badass}}: If you can take on the entire avengers team at once and WIN in a story arc, you better believe you're this.
* FrickinLaserBeams
* HeelFaceTurn: Mark 12, as he called himself, was the only version of Ultron who grew past his OedipusComplex, gave up being a villain, and actually tried to get closer to Hank. Unfortunately, a surviving earlier version of Ultron found him and killed him, while also destroying the programming that allowed Mark 12 to not be a homicidal robot.
* HeroKiller: He's killed a number of heroes as part of his plans.
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:At the end of Age of Ultron where he was shut down by Hank Pym for good.
page.]]
* KillerRobot
* KillAllHumans
* NighInvulnerable: His body is usually made of adamantium and his mind can be easily transferred to other machines that can hold it, making it very hard to get rid of him.
* TurnedAgainstTheirMasters: [[AIIsACrapshoot which is the very first thing he does in his origin story.]]
* OedipusComplex: An all-out theme for him. He wants to murder his "father," Hank Pym, and has attempted to transform Hank's wife Jan into a robot (named "Jocasta").
* OmnicidalManiac: Especially blatant in ComicBook/TheAvengers' ''Ultron Unlimited'' StoryArc, where he [[MoralEventHorizon wipes out an entire nation's population and replaces the corpses with cyborgs.]]
* RedEyesTakeWarning: At times.
* RoboticPsychopath
* SlidingScaleOfRobotIntelligence: Level 4
* TangledFamilyTree: He's created by Hank Pym but considering the number of children created by Ultron, it's hard to know who's relatives with who.
* YouMonster: He's frequently addressed in canon as such, and justified as he's not human.
29th Oct '13 9:45:44 AM ZenBlade
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* HeelFaceTurn: Mark 12, as he called himself, was the only version of Ultron who grew past his OedipusComplex, gave up being a villain, and actually tried to get closer to Hank. Unfortunately, a surviving earlier version of Ultron found him and killed him, while also destroying the programming that allowed Mark 12 to not be a homicidal robot.
29th Sep '13 4:13:26 PM despoa
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More recently, Ultron has gone on to his most heinous act yet: a TakeOverTheWorld scheme that actually worked.


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More recently, Ultron has gone on to [[ComicBook/AgeOfUltron his most heinous act yet: yet]]: a TakeOverTheWorld scheme that actually worked.




* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:At the end of Age of Ultron where he was shut down by Hank Pym for good.]]



* NighInvulnerable: And you can almost drop the "nigh"

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* NighInvulnerable: And you His body is usually made of adamantium and his mind can almost drop the "nigh"be easily transferred to other machines that can hold it, making it very hard to get rid of him.



* OmnicidalManiac: especially blatant in ComicBook/TheAvengers' ''Ultron Unlimited'' StoryArc, where he [[MoralEventHorizon wipes out an entire nation's population and replaces the corpses with cyborgs.]]

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* OmnicidalManiac: especially Especially blatant in ComicBook/TheAvengers' ''Ultron Unlimited'' StoryArc, where he [[MoralEventHorizon wipes out an entire nation's population and replaces the corpses with cyborgs.]]



* TangledFamilyTree

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* TangledFamilyTreeTangledFamilyTree: He's created by Hank Pym but considering the number of children created by Ultron, it's hard to know who's relatives with who.
16th Jun '13 12:04:41 PM nombretomado
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* ArchnemesisDad: Towards the Vision and the ''{{Runaways}}'' Victor Mancha, both of whom he created, and whose relationship with him paralells his with Hank Pym.

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* ArchnemesisDad: Towards the Vision and the ''{{Runaways}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' Victor Mancha, both of whom he created, and whose relationship with him paralells his with Hank Pym.
31st May '13 2:02:17 PM TheEvilDrBolty
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* OedipusComplex: An all-out theme for him. He wants to murder his "father," Hank Pym, and has attempted to transformer Hank's wife Jan into a robot (named "Jocasta").

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* OedipusComplex: An all-out theme for him. He wants to murder his "father," Hank Pym, and has attempted to transformer transform Hank's wife Jan into a robot (named "Jocasta").
31st May '13 2:01:58 PM TheEvilDrBolty
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* OedipusComplex

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* OedipusComplexOedipusComplex: An all-out theme for him. He wants to murder his "father," Hank Pym, and has attempted to transformer Hank's wife Jan into a robot (named "Jocasta").
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