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Ultimate Fallout #6 (Gwen gets a haircut Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Fri Aug 19, 2011 11:31 am

A strong wrap-up to a mini-series that was variable by its very nature. The Bendis and Bagley stuff was the best, they are such a fantastic partnership, and it lended a sense of finality to the story of Peter Parker. With Aunt May and Gwen in France, they will be out of the way and we won’t have Miles Morales out-shadowed by Peter’s supporting cast. The Nick Fury story was OK, but I think we should have been shown Captain America quitting, especially when he’s on the cover. I did like Fury’s scene with MJ, I had forgotten that Ultimate Fury was a person and not an evil plotting machine, he had lost his humanity, and Bendis and now Hickman need him to get it back. The Spencer X-Men story was OK too, but kind of a formality, I had already guessed they’d go to the Morlock tunnels. This has closed the book on the old Ultimate Universe, and next week the new one begins with Ultimates #1, let’s hope it’s good.
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Postby avengingtitan » Fri Aug 19, 2011 4:24 pm

I loved that they tossed in that call back to Ultimate Origins, with Petes parents. I was kinda hoping that Fury would have told MJ to publish what she wrote though. I did like the issue and really the miniseries.
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Postby Flynn the Pirate » Fri Aug 19, 2011 5:17 pm

This was alright. Not great, not super, but not bad. It did what it was supposed to do and set the tone for the future of Ultimate Comics.

I am very much in agreement, however, that we should have been shown Captain America's resignation.

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