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The Ultimates

Vol. 1 : Super-human
Millar, Mark (Book - 2002 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
The Ultimates


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This fourth collection in the Ultimates line newly re-imagines incarnations of the Hulk, Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, and other Marvel Comics heroes. When Nick Fury, head of an elite espionage agency, hears about several bizarre characters and misfits, he puts together a small but lethal army known as the Ultimates, created to protect mankind from rising threats. Full color.
Authors: Millar, Mark
Title: The Ultimates
Vol. 1 : super-human
Publisher: New York, NY :, Marvel Comics,, 2002
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,chiefly col. ill. ;,26 cm
Notes: Contains material originally published in magazine form as theUltimates #1-6
Summary: This fourth collection in the Ultimates line newly re-imagines incarnations of the Hulk, Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, and other Marvel Comics heroes. When Nick Fury, head of an elite espionage agency, hears about several bizarre characters and misfits, he puts together a small but lethal army known as the Ultimates, created to protect mankind from rising threats. Full color.
Additional Contributors: Currie, Andrew
Hitch, Bryan
Alternate Title: Super-human
ISBN: 0785109609
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Report This Feb 12, 2014
  • EragonShadeslayer rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

My favorite series from the Ultimate Marvel Reboot. It was more mature than the others, and lacked the excessive dialogue of Ultimate Spider-man. The story lines are good, and enough has been changed its not a straight retelling. The main problem I found with it was lack of emphasis on what being a mutant really means in the Ultimate Universe, which does come in to play but to get the full picture of what this means, you have to have read Ultimate X-men. (Mutants are even more prosecuted here than back in Earth-616) Also, a lack of establishing the actual limits of Giant Man's powers, since he was shown to grow at will, but need "shrinking serum" to shrink back to normal, and a lack of establishing the hinted-at secondary powers and mutant effects on the Wasp. Also, in the second story ark, the aliens become violent suddenly and without reason. They attempted to explain it but it made no sense. Other than that, it was a very good comic. I recommend the Ultimates.

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Report This Feb 12, 2014
  • EragonShadeslayer rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Sexual Content: There's some (always object and/or shadow censored) minor nudity due to the fact that while Wasp and Giant-Man grow and shrink, their clothes stay normal size, resulting in the wasp falling right out of her clothes and Giant-Man shredding them. The Hulk also shouts some... odd things during his rampages.

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  • EragonShadeslayer rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Violence: Its a superhero comic, what where you expecting? The fight scene that seemed most brutal was actually the domestic violence between Dr. Pym and the Wasp, just because of what was happening.

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