Avengers: Age of Ultron has introduced a few new characters to the MCU, but it’s also outfitted the team with awesome new, iconic costumes and armor.
Avengers: Age of Ultron was the first sequel to the blockbuster Avengers franchise that connected the Marvel Cinematic Universe together and introduced a few new characters to the Shared Cinematic Universe to further expand the roster of Marvel’s live-action heroes and villains.
Of course, it wasn’t just new characters that appeared in the Joss Whedon-directed movie, as a number of new costumes also debuted thanks to Tony Stark’s need to update the technology and style of his teammates. Let’s explore some of the best costumes that appeared in the 2015 hit sequel, Avengers: Age of Ultron.
ten Baron Wolfgang Von Strucker’s hydra uniform signified his high rank
Thomas Kretschmann joined the MCU as Baron Wolfgang Von Strucker in the post-credits scene of Captain America: The Winter Soldier where it was revealed that he used the energies of the Soul Stone to imbue volunteers like the Maximoff twins with experimental abilities.
Strucker returned in the first moments of Age of Ultron in a fancy squeezed Hydra uniform that referenced his high rank as Section Chief turned Hydra Chief with an updated version of the monocle the devious character is known for in the comics for.
9 Stark’s JARVIS-controlled Iron Legion follows Iron Man style
Avengers: Age of Ultron featured a well-equipped squad after their formation in the first film, thanks to Tony Stark’s tireless efforts to outfit The Avengers with the best of the best, from high-tech headquarters to advanced costumes to a whole fleet of droids controlled by JARVIS known as the Iron Legion.
The Iron Legions were mass produced humanoid robots, designed in the Iron Man style, but with a reduced profile covered with the Avengers logo and primarily used for crowd control and rescue efforts while the Avengers were busy.
8 Quicksilver’s costume-like training gear suits his super-speed
Pietro Maximoff first appeared in a stylized tracksuit that worked well enough with his super-speed image and powers, as well as his darker role as one of Ultron’s super-powerful allies, though he changed his outfit when he made the jump to the Avengers to help. save Sokovia and the world.
While his new costume appeared to be just an advanced form of training clothing kept handy at the Avengers Tower, the colors and stripes of the shirt in particular made a slight reference to his comic book costume and gave the fans get a taste of his future as Quicksilver before he meets him prematurely. disappearance.
7 Hawkeye’s winter gear is almost accurate in the comics
While most of the Avengers have received fairly specific treatment over the years, Clint Barton / Hawkeye’s cinematic costumes haven’t shown his costume look as much as others, in large part because he typically appears in one. purple mask and a skirted costume.
Avengers: Age of Ultron introduced a new take on Hawkeye’s cinematic costume that referred to the longer cut of his tunic and shaded the costume to its more precise coloring, though the mask remained on the comic book pages.
6 Scarlet Witch’s first official superhero costume was borrowed from Black Widow
When Wanda Maximoff first appeared in Avengers: Age of Ultron, she had not yet adopted a costume of any kind when she started working against the Ultron team, although her wardrobe started to change when she and her brother joined in. to the Avengers.
While she picked up a red leather jacket from Black Widow in the final battle, it was her first costume as an official member of the Avengers that impressed by doubling down on her crimson color scheme to further tease her future as the scarlet witch.
5 Stark-designed advanced Black Widow costume went well with his Electric Widow’s bite weapons
Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow first appeared in 2010 Iron man 2 as a highly trained SHIELD agent, which was reflected in the uniform she wore when she started out and alongside her new team The Avengers.
Fortunately Avengers: Age of Ultron gave Black Widow an improved Stark suit that doubled her Widow’s Bite electric weaponry and worked the technology throughout the suit so her Taser would work with the energized batons she was using as weapons to further increase her power levels in the face to Avengers-level threats.
4 Ultron’s final body required a stolen supply of vibranium
Tony Stark and Bruce Banner / Hulk created the artificial intelligence known as Ultron using code found in the Alien Soul Stone, and the new being quickly turned into evil and took the control of Stark’s Iron Legion before assembling his first corps in an abandoned Hydra facility.
However, it was only after Ultron managed to steal a supply of Vibranium that he was able to create his final body, which was a towering version of his original look that highlighted the ever-changing shape of his. body of comics.
3 Captain America’s new Stark-designed costume was changed again afterwards
Black Widow wasn’t the only one whose costume was enhanced by Stark, as Captain America also received an updated version of the more comic-based red-white and blue costume that was attempted in The Avengers.
However, this costume has become a bit of a joke among fans, so it has been redesigned to follow the looser fit of its. The first avenger costume while following the typical comic book design which would then be combined with the designs of the stealth costume from The Winter Soldier become his final End of Game suit.
2 JARVIS ‘new synthezoid body as a vision is complemented by a Thor-inspired cape
Age of Ultron introduced one of the biggest changes to the Avengers when Stark’s personal AI, known as JARVIS, was chosen to replace Ultron’s original synthezoid body that was created using stolen Vibranium and the powerful Soul Stone as an advanced process from Dr. Helen Cho.
JARVIS woke up as a new being and took on the name Vision, and while the connected parts of his body became his costume, he added an ethereal cape to his look after seeing Thor’s own royal outfit. .
1 Iron Man’s satellite-backed Hulkbuster armor was used to stop the Hulk rampages
Is it even an MCU movie if Iron Man doesn’t get some new armor? Avengers: Age of Ultron It succeeded in a big way by introducing one of Stark’s most powerful armor, which turned out to be created with the help of Bruce Banner, the Hulkbuster.
The name says it all, as this armor was designed for the sole purpose of dealing with a rampaging Hulk, which meant it was much larger than the other suits and came with an armed arsenal and additional attachments, although the Hulk is still successful. to reduce most of it to pieces.
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