When it comes to powerful characters in the MCU, you don't have to look very far. Still, the Avengers lineup consists of characters ranging from powerless to incredibly powerful, and at the end of the scale for the latter, stands Vision. He was created to become the next body for Ultron, was powered by the Mind Stone, and was worthy of carrying Mjolnir. Before that, he was an advanced artificial intelligence called JARVIS, and it/he was definitely advanced.
Vision was definitely a major player in the MCU, and because comic book fans love looking for details, many have posted their findings about Vision on the MovieDetails subreddit. There's a good chance they've uncovered some interesting details you probably missed about Vision.
Check out the list below, and when you find a detail that's both interesting and previously unknown to you, go ahead and give it an upvote. Whichever detail makes it to the top will be the most fascinating finding about Vision many people missed.
JARVIS Considered The Future Needs Of Tony's Iron Man ArmorPhoto: Iron Man/Paramount Pictures
Redditor u/insight-out1 happened to notice JARVIS' possible foreshadowing of Tony's need to travel to other worlds:
In Iron Man, while making test flight modifications, Jarvis recommends strengthening the exoskeleton in case Tony planned on visiting other planets.Cool detail?
JARVIS Listened To The Avengers And Adapted To Their Needs
Redditor u/unnaturalorder noticed a detail from The Avengers that shows how advanced JARVIS was:
When Hawkeye tells Stark the alien ships can’t bank worth a damn in The Avengers (2012), Jarvis can be seen immediately planning out a route with a sharp turn in the lower right corner of Stark’s helmet display.Cool detail?
Vision Is Contemplative And Unsure Of His Place In The World
Vision has always been a bit unsure of his place in the world, and as Redditor u/Elbobosan noticed, he's incredibly contemplative as well:
At the end of Captain America: Civil War (2016), Vision is seen contemplating the role he played in the “catastrophe” he had predicted. He is holding a Rook, the only chess piece that represents a thing instead of a person.Cool detail?
Ultron Foreshadowed His Own Demise — As If He Had A Vision...
Redditor u/GammaKing noted how Ultron's creation of Vision foreshadowed his own demise from a speech earlier in the film:
In Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Ultron gives a speech about how "everyone creates the thing they dread," foreshadowing how he unwittingly creates Vision, who eventually destroys him.Cool detail?