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Veronica is a mobile service module deployed from a space satellite. It was designed by Tony Stark and Bruce Banner to respond to a Hulk rampage. It is stocked with deployable automatic assembled parts of the Iron Man Armor: Mark XLIV for real time customization of the Hulkbuster armor and versatile combat capability; as well as walls of a self assembled electrified cage who's sum form a containment prison.
Captain America ordered J.A.R.V.I.S. to utilize the Avengers' orbital satellite to give them an aerial view of the battleground and tactical data on their enemies. After the defeat of Wolfgang von Strucker and the retrieval of the Scepter, Tony Stark convinced Bruce Banner to help him upgrade the Ultron Program by using the Scepter's matrices, mentioning that the Ultron Program would render the Avengers obsolete and unnecessary. Should the Avengers no longer be required, Stark stated that Banner would not require having Veronica be a threat to him.
- "I'm calling in Veronica."
- ―Iron Man
With Hulk hypnotized by Scarlet Witch to go on a rampage in the streets of Johannesburg, Tony Stark deployed Veronica to the Hulk's location to help subdue Hulk. Veronica trapped Hulk in its self-assembling electrified cage, while Stark donned the Hulkbuster armor. Hulk broke from his cage and did battle with Stark, with Veronica hovering close by to provide Stark support. Veronica continued to provide real time repair and customization of Stark's Hulkbuster armor by sending flying assembling parts to arm Stark's armor. Eventually Veronica crash-landed when the Hulk struck one of the flying parts it deployed back to Veronica, thus suffering heavy damage from the collision.
- Veronica's name is a reference to a character from the Archie Comics named Veronica Lodge who is the "opposite" of Betty Cooper, a character who shares her name with Betty Ross, the former love interest of Bruce Banner.