The Avengers 2: Ultron Design and Origins Officially Revealed

The latest cover story of Entertainment Weekly reveals Ultron's movie design and origins in 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron'.

The Avengers 2: Ultron with Captain America and Iron Man

Star Mark Ruffalo already spilled the beans on cast of The Avengers: Age of Ultron returning to the stage at Comic-Con next Saturday during the Marvel Studios' panel, giving us our first look at the larger roster of heroes in the sequel all together. It's a followup to Marvel's Comic-Con 2010 presentation where they unveiled the core cast of the first Avengers.

Director Joss Whedon has footage to show fans for Age of Ultron, and in teasing the imminent unveiling of James Spader's villainous Ultron, Entertainment Weekly just released their latest Comic-Con preview cover issue featuring the co-leaders of The Avengers standing alongside the dangerous killer robot.

Below is your first official look at Ulton - or at least, one version of him - from The Avengers: Age of Ultron:

The Avengers: Age of Ultron EW Cover

Long-time Marvel Comics readers will be delighted to see the faithful adaptation of Ultron's design, but keep in mind that we know actor James Spader (The Blacklist) is performing motion capture and face capture for his role. He's not just the voice of Ultron so either that robotic face depicted above opens up to reveal something akin to Spader's real look or Ultron, in his efforts to become stronger, continuously upgrades himself/evolves and we get a slightly more humanoid version later. After all, we know The Vision (Paul Bettany), another new robotic character joining The Avengers 2, will have his real face like the Vision from the comics as well.

Also note the superhero duds of Steve Rogers a.k.a. Captain America (Chris Evans) and Tony Stark a.k.a. Iron Man  (Robert Downey Jr.). Iron Man's new suit is very similar to his Iron Man 3 (more tan than red) colors with more red on the chest. Cap's new suit is a blend of his Stealth Suit from Captain America: The Winter Soldier but brings back the red with some darker shades for all the colors.

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