Written by Luke Barnes
Uatu, voice by Jeffery Wright, assembles the Guardians of the Multiverse to fight back against Ultron.
This was a good episode, but it wasn’t as good as the previous week’s episode and that is the crux of why I feel disappointed.
There was infinite possibilities for what they could have done here, but the no new characters rule again hamstrings the series. Instead of new characters and abilities we get the same old same old, Thor, voiced by Chris Hemsworth, using his hammer, Gamora, voiced by Cynthia McWilliams, using a sword, etc- we have seen that before. The only interesting part of the battle was seeing the various monstrosities that evil Dr Strange, voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch, could summon out of him.
I thought the ending had promise, though was also a little bit sloppy. The ending sees the evil Dr Strange holding the warring factions in a pocket dimension never to be allowed out, they will obviously escape. I just think they could have done so much more with it, with Zola and Ultron and maybe a combination of the two, but no.
I liked that this episode brought back a lot of characters from most of the episodes of the show and helped it feel connected together, rather than just a series of one-offs.
Overall, a strong ending but not as good as the penultimate episode.
Assembling a new team
The promise of what the ending brings
The ending feels a bit too easy
It would have been nice to see some new characters feature
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