Avengers: Age of Ultron‘s eponymous villain uploads himself to the inernet in a failed attempt to access nuclear launch codes but there are many other ways he could have wreaked havoc reveals an alternate ending by How It Should Have Ended.
Ultron seizes control of everything on the grid including Tony Stark’s bank account, Iron Man armor, Quinjet and the Hulkbuster containment system known as Veronica. Ultron boasts of his plan to fellow supervillains, who learn too late about an imminent meteor strike.
Meanwhile, Superman and Batman are the only apparent surrivors of the cataclysmic event. The indestructible Man of Steel inquires how the powerless Caped Crusader surrived but before he can answer, Superman flies around the Earth to turn back time. “I’m Batman,” the world’s most pompous detective says in reverse. Just like Batman’s catchphrase, time travel is becoming Superman’s go-to response. He already went back in time to save Spider-Man’s girlfriend Gwen Stacy in a previous parody. Hopefully, this time he can save the relationship between Black Widow and Hulk.