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'''[[James Avery]]''' was an American actor who played [[War Machine]], [[Whirlwind]], and [[Blacklash]] on several episodes in the [[Iron Man Season One|first season]] of {{im}}. He reprised the role of War Machine/James Rhodes on the {{sm}} episodes {{eps|Venom Returns}} and {{eps|Carnage}} along with [[Iron Man]] actor [[Robert Hays]].
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'''{{C|Ultron|naht}}''' is the main villain of {{naht}}. It was voiced by [[Tom Kane]], who {{C|Ultron|aemh|reprised}} the role for {{aemh}}. This is the first version to appear in film. In a significant change from the [[Marvel Comics|comics]], Ultron was created by {{C|Iron Man|naht|Tony Stark}} rather than {{C|Giant Man|naht|Hank Pym}}, inspiring the [[Marvel Cinematic Universe|live-action film]] ''Avengers: Age of Ultron'' to do the same.
   
Avery was born in Pughsville, Virginia on November 27, 1948. He was raised in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He wanted to be a writer living in Paris, but ended up getting into theatre. After graduating high school, he joined the Navy serving in the Vietnam War from 1968 to 1969. Afterwards, Avery attended the University of California, San Diego and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Drama and Literature while becoming a classically trained actor. He began writing for PBS and won an Emmy for ''Ameda Speaks: Poet James Avery''.
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{{C|Iron Man|naht|Tony Stark}} created the artificial intelligence known as Ultron as a means to attain peace. However, the robot decided it would be best to destroy humanity and take over the planet. It was stopped by the {{C|Avengers|naht}} several times, but when the team began settling down and having children Ultron returned. It did what {{C|Kang|naht}}, the {{C|Kronan|naht}}s, and the {{C|Masters of Evil|naht}} could not. It defeated the Avengers by killing {{C|Captain America|naht}}, {{C|Black Widow|naht}}, {{C|Giant Man|naht}}, {{C|Black Panther|naht}}, and {{C|Wasp|naht}}. {{C|Clint Barton|naht|Hawkeye}} took his son {{C|Francis Barton|naht|Francis}} into the ruins of {{C|New York City|naht}} gathering the survivors into the {{C|Scavengers|naht}}. Tony took the children of the Avengers (Steve and Natasha's son {{C|James Rogers|naht}}, Thor's daughter {{C|Torunn|naht}}, T'Challa's and {{C|Ororo Munroe|naht}}'s son {{C|Azari|naht}}, and Hank and Janet's son {{C|Henry Pym, Jr.|naht}}) and fled to an Arctic hideaway raising them on his own. {{C|Vision|naht}} used his abilities to be Tony's spy while Jocasta helped raise and protect the children.
   
He began acting for the San Diego Community College. Because of his large size and deep voice, Avery was frequently cast in professional roles such as professors, judges, and doctors. His first film role was an extra in ''The Blues Brothers'', a cop in ''Fletch'', and appeared on ''The Jeffersons''. He auditioned for the role of Worf on ''Star Trek: The Next Generation'' and was a finalist but lost the role to [[Michael Dorn]]. He eventually got to play another Klingon in the prequel series ''Star Trek: Enterprise''. Perhaps his most famous role was as Philip Banks on ''The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air'' where he played the uncle to title character Will Smith and father to fellow ''Spider-Man'' guest star [[Alfonso Ribeiro]]. His role was voted number thirty-four in the ''TV Guide'' list of "Fifty Greatest TV Dads of All Time".
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Ultron spent years building {{C|Ultra City|naht}} on top of the ruins of New York. It was headquartered in the {{C|Citadel|naht}} in the center where it kept a {{C|Trophy Room|naht|trophy room}} with the remains of all those it killed, including the Avengers. It designed {{C|Drone Flyer|naht|drone fliers}} and {{C|Drone Walker|naht|walkers}} to patrol the city destroying the Scavengers. Ultron and its drones took over most of the western hemisphere and set its sights on Eastern Europe and Asia. One day, it detected the activation of the {{C|Iron Avengers|naht}}. It noted how similar they were to its creator and set out to find their point of origin.
   
Avery was also a prominent voice actor and has a history of sharing roles with [[Dorian Harewood]], who replaced him as War Machine. For seven seasons he played main bad guy Shredder on the 1987 animated series ''Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles''. He was main character Turbo on ''Rambo: The Force of Freedom'', Hazi Bin on the [[Walt Disney Animation Studios|Disney's]] ''Aladdin'' series, Shaman on ''Gargoyles'', and Chief Keewazi on ''The Legend of Tarzan''.
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It infected the Iron Avengers, designed by Tony to imitate the deceased or missing Avengers, then followed them to the Arctic hideaway. It found the children that Tony took, now teenagers, and threatened to end them just as it did their parents. Tony donned his {{C|Iron Man Armor|naht|armor}} and fought the robot while the children got away. It overpowered its creator, destroyed the armor, then captured him. Ultron took him back to the Citadel as a lure for the children. The children infiltrated the Citadel looking for their adoptive father and were confronted by Ultron and the Iron Avengers. Francis, calling himself {{C|Hawkeye|naht}} in honor of his father, and the Scavengers distracted the robots so they could all escape.
   
On November 11th, 2013, Avery underwent open heart surgery afterwards spending much of his time at the hospital. Avery died at the age of sixty-eight on December 31st, 2013 due to complications from surgery. Avery was survived by his wife of twenty-six years, Barbara, and his mother, Florence Avery. While he had no children of his own, he has a stepson named Kevin Waters. His ashes were spread off the coast of the Pacific Ocean.
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Ultron began a search for the children when it detected them in the {{C|desert|naht}}. It sent the Iron Avengers out to destroy them. The children of the Avengers fought and destroyed several of the Iron Avengers. Ultron followed and confronted them when {{C|Hulk|naht}} appeared. As the Iron Avengers fell, Ultron fought all the children and Hulk, overpowering them all. Eventually, Henry convinced Hulk that Ultron was making fun of him enraging the jade giant. Hulk ripped him in half then leaped away. Torunn risked her life to throw both halves into space so they could not return.
   
   
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Children Meet Ultron NAHT

Ultron is the main villain of Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow. It was voiced by Tom Kane, who reprised the role for The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes. This is the first version to appear in film. In a significant change from the comics, Ultron was created by Tony Stark rather than Hank Pym, inspiring the live-action film Avengers: Age of Ultron to do the same.

Tony Stark created the artificial intelligence known as Ultron as a means to attain peace. However, the robot decided it would be best to destroy humanity and take over the planet. It was stopped by the Avengers several times, but when the team began settling down and having children Ultron returned. It did what Kang, the Kronans, and the Masters of Evil could not. It defeated the Avengers by killing Captain America, Black Widow, Giant Man, Black Panther, and Wasp. Hawkeye took his son Francis into the ruins of New York City gathering the survivors into the Scavengers. Tony took the children of the Avengers (Steve and Natasha's son James Rogers, Thor's daughter Torunn, T'Challa's and Ororo Munroe's son Azari, and Hank and Janet's son Henry Pym, Jr.) and fled to an Arctic hideaway raising them on his own. Vision used his abilities to be Tony's spy while Jocasta helped raise and protect the children.

Ultron spent years building Ultra City on top of the ruins of New York. It was headquartered in the Citadel in the center where it kept a trophy room with the remains of all those it killed, including the Avengers. It designed drone fliers and walkers to patrol the city destroying the Scavengers. Ultron and its drones took over most of the western hemisphere and set its sights on Eastern Europe and Asia. One day, it detected the activation of the Iron Avengers. It noted how similar they were to its creator and set out to find their point of origin.

It infected the Iron Avengers, designed by Tony to imitate the deceased or missing Avengers, then followed them to the Arctic hideaway. It found the children that Tony took, now teenagers, and threatened to end them just as it did their parents. Tony donned his armor and fought the robot while the children got away. It overpowered its creator, destroyed the armor, then captured him. Ultron took him back to the Citadel as a lure for the children. The children infiltrated the Citadel looking for their adoptive father and were confronted by Ultron and the Iron Avengers. Francis, calling himself Hawkeye in honor of his father, and the Scavengers distracted the robots so they could all escape.

Ultron began a search for the children when it detected them in the desert. It sent the Iron Avengers out to destroy them. The children of the Avengers fought and destroyed several of the Iron Avengers. Ultron followed and confronted them when Hulk appeared. As the Iron Avengers fell, Ultron fought all the children and Hulk, overpowering them all. Eventually, Henry convinced Hulk that Ultron was making fun of him enraging the jade giant. Hulk ripped him in half then leaped away. Torunn risked her life to throw both halves into space so they could not return.


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The Skrull Lyja flirts with infiltrator Kok Nal after he receives a prestigious award from the emperor, not realizing it is actually Kok Nal's target Mister Fantastic faking out the alien invaders. ("Incursion of the Skrulls")


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