* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Is Thor really a loving father who just wanted to teach his daughter a lesson in humility and had no option but to return to rule Asgard after Odin's death, or a cowardly slacker dead beat dad with insanity issues and a possibly cruel sense of humor?
* FridgeBrilliance: Ultron and Tony Stark have the same voice actor (Tom Kane), now at first, one could take this is simply cutting costs by not hiring another voice actor to do one of the roles. However, after it is revealed that Tony built Ultron in the story, it suddenly makes sense, as it is very possible Tony would install parts of his own personality into Ultron.
** James Rogers was more than likely named after Captain America's old friend and sidekick James "Bucky" Barnes.
* FridgeHorror: Thor left his kid to grow up in a post Apocalyptic world for the flimsiest and most misguided reasons.
* {{Narm}}: Thor and Torunn's little reunion at the end.
** The whole feature is an exercise in {{Narm}}.
* TheScrappy: All the kid heroes.
* UnfortunateImplications: Thor's characterization and shoddy treatment of Toruun implies that he is a DirtyCoward (abandoning Earth and his Avenger allies) and a sadist (abandoning his young daughter to a war torn Earth and saying it was to teach her a lesson in humility).
* WhatAnIdiot: James Rogers. He ends up activating the Iron Avengers and giving away their location to Ultron all based on the (not quite plausible) possibility that the robots had been programmed with the exact memories and personalities of the original Avengers, hoping that at least this was the case for his dad's robot.
** All the kid heroes have moments of this.
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