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So, Joss Whedon and company did a pretty good job with Ultron in [The Avengers: Age Of Ultron](tag:293035), in my opinion. There are obviously some fanboys and fangirls out there who may disagree, but it was a solid depiction. I thought the scene where Ultron first arrives at the Avengers' little hangout where they are trying to pick-up Thor's hammer is sick. The dismantled Ultron was creepy and great.

Later, he appeared much more sturdy, and the variations of Ultron throughout the movie were pretty spot-on and awesome. In case you need to be reminded, here's how the epic villain, voiced by James Spader, looked during that scene when he first appears:

We found some awesome alternative concept art done by Marvel artist Andy Park that he released on Facebook - some may say it's even better than the ACTUAL version. This is some behind-the-scenes, "whoa, that could've been sweet" type stuff here. Park is a long-time experienced artist for Marvel as he also worked on Guardians of the Galaxy. Check it out!

What do you think? Did they go with the right look?

Pretty awesome stuff...

No strings on Ultron?

(Via: comicbook.com)

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