In addition to providing an epic ending to the MCU Infinity Saga, Avengers: Endgame showed the death of some of Marvel's most iconic heroes and villains. Fans said goodbye to characters who have populated the company's films for a decade.
In Ultimato, deaths were meticulously calculated for greater impact with the public. All of them were intentional, happening through sacrifices in several different ways.
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One of these deaths is that of Iron Man, who makes the final sacrifice to stop Thanos' forces and save humanity.
Unfortunately, the hero said goodbye to the MCU without revealing some of its most interesting armor.
Screen Rant explained the situation; check it out below!
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One of Iron Man's coolest armor is Endo-Sym, made of blocks of symbionts like Venom, and activated telepathically by the hero.
It looks very different from Tony Stark's other armor, without the Iron Man's characteristic colors.
Then comes Uru armor, made from the same material as Thor's hammer.
The armor is built when Tony Stark throws the weapons of several Marvel heroes into a cosmic forge.
Then, the hero jumps on the material resulting from the magical combustion and emerges covered by the new mystical armor.
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Finally, there is the Sorcerer's armor, which shows what it would have been like if Tony Stark had been chosen as the Supreme Sorcerer instead of Stephen Strange.
The armor appeared in What If, which explores alternative Marvel stories, and combines the look of Iron Man with that of Doctor Strange.