Ultron Stands Tall In New "Avengers" Art

A possible first look at the Avengers' robotic nemesis Ultron has been making the rounds online after originating on Reddit, and it gives us our first full look at the menacing villain. Just earlier this week we got to hear Ultron's voice, sinisterly provided by "Blacklist" star James Spader, in the first trailer for Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron."

The villain only appears in close-up and waist-up shots in the trailer, as he crashes parties and delivers a menacing monologue. This new art shows off the rest of Ultron, all the way down to his robot toes. The art is similar to the character shots often released for video games, as shown in this first look at "Marvel Puzzle Quest's" new Thor.

Ultron was created by Roy Thomas and John Buscema and first appeared way back in 1968's "Avengers" #54. The 2015 film will mark the robot villain's big screen debut following appearances in several "Avengers" animated series.

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