We have seen how Tony Stark reacted to the existence of Ulysses, an Inhuman who has visions of imminent danger. Either he can see the future or can work out the future mathematically through probability, no one seems to be exactly sure.
But one person who is sure is Tony Stark and he doesn’t like it. No sir, not one bit.
Which is funny, because back in the nineties this kind of thing was right up his street. Remember Force Works? The Avengers spinoff team set up by Tony Stark but led by the Scarket Witch?
Please, explain Tony… Okay, not only does Tony Stark look more like a creepy old man than ever, but isn;t this exactly what Ulysses is meant to do? Predict the future using probability and stuff? With a but of power mojo to boot?
And it comes in handy. Force Works gallivant around the place, solving problems as – or before – they break out.Now, some people take advantage of this, delete predictions and the like. But at no point does the Chaos Computer, you know, turn sentient and attack people, so it has that on the Danger Room.
When Force Works ends, the computer stays around at the Force base. There’s no sign of what happened to it next. Maybe it’s still there, predicting the future, with no one to listen to it or get outraged about it.
Still being run by the Plato artificial intelligence. Who must be getting lonely by now…
Anyway. Tony Stark? Hypocrite!
Force Works writer Dan Abnett is also writing Civil War II: Gods Of War. No mention of the Chaos Computer has yet been made.