The following story contains light spoilers from Avengers: Age Of Ultron. Read at your own risk...

Where does he get those wonderful toys? OK, I know, that’s the Joker talking about Batman, but it also applies to Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) in the ever-evolving Marvel Cinematic Universe. This time out, Tony’s tinkering creates a world-threatening foe in Ultron (James Spader), an evil, sentient computer program born out of Stark’s hope of protecting our planet from alien threats.

But that’s not the only creation at Iron Man’s disposal in Joss Whedon’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Tony Stark built a fall-back suit, a weapon he could call on in case of emergency. You’ve seen it, but you don’t quite know EVERYTHING about it. He calls it Veronica, and it’s one of the coolest effects you’ll see on screen in Age of Ultron. Because people are seeing this movie in stages, I’ll say that there are minor spoilers for The Avengers in this feature. Stop reading now if you haven’t yet seen Whedon’s movie. For the rest of you, get to know Veronica, an incredible "tool" at the disposal of The Avengers

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Veronica Contains Tony’s Hulk-Buster Armor
Ah, so THAT’s where you saw "her" before the movie opened. Marvel has turned the heavyweight bout between Iron Man and a mystified Hulk (thanks, Scarlet Witch) into the centerpiece of its Ultron marketing campaign. And with good reason. It’s every bit the knock-down, drag-out tussle you’ve hoped that it could be, and little by little, in various clips and trailers, we watched Tony’s regular armor… enhance with pieces of Hulk-Busting metal. But where do they come from? Well, they are housed in Veronica, a flying mechanism that can dispense pieces of armor at Tony’s beckoning, and that actually builds a containment unit around Hulk. It only contains him temporarily, mind you, but it worked long enough for Iron Man to get into position. Where does Stark keep this amazing tech? That will surprise you.

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