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For other uses, see Nexus (disambiguation)

"From here, I can see everything."
Ultron[src]

The Nexus of All Realities is a cross-dimensional gateway that allows access to all possible realities.

History

Erik Selvig's Lecture

During one of Erik Selvig's lectures at a retirement home, Selvig explained about the Convergence and the ideas of the known Multiverse. One of these ideas was the Nexus of All Realities, which was written on the board.[1]

The Watcher's Observations

"The entire Multiverse at your fingertips, and you spent all your time up there? Wow. Isn't this more fun than just watching? And to be honest a lot less creepy on your part."
Ultron to The Watcher[src]

Following the death of He Who Remains and the fracturing of the Multiverse, Uatu resided in the Nexus in order to observe the newly created alternate universes, including Captain Carter's universe, Star-Lord T'Challa's universe, Strange Supreme's universe, Party Prince Thor's universe, the zombieverse, and many more universes. Strange Supreme and Ultron felt Uatu's presence and even saw him beyond the barriers of the Nexus.[2]

Fighting Ultron

After gaining the Infinity Stones and enacting a campaign against the universe, Ultron finally achieved peace in his universe. However, when Uatu observed Ultron, he felt and eventually noticed Uatu watching him from the Nexus. Using the Stones, Ultron was able to break through the barriers of the Nexus and confront Uatu. The two fought in the Nexus, throwing each other as they broke the barriers of alternate universes until they landed in President Rogers' universe. Eventually, Uatu retreated into Strange Supreme's universe to seek help while Ultron gained control of the Nexus.[2]

Fight for the Multiverse

To be added[3]

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