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The Ultimates #11 (Nick needs his wackos Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Fri Jun 01, 2012 11:25 am

It says a lot about how good this issue was that I enjoyed it despite their being 4 artists involved, normally whenever a single issue has more than 2 pencilers doing their thing, I find it distracting and it really pulls me out of the story, but not so here, I was hooked, regardless of whether it was Luke Ross, Butch Guice, Leonard Kirk or Patrick Zircher. Big props to all the artists for managing to keep a consistent tone, and also to Hickman and Humphries for telling a story that was good enough to negate the distraction. This issue had some really great moments, in particular the fight between Black Widow, Hawkeye, Falcon and the Giant-Man squadron, it was crazy to see 3 of the least powerful Ultimates take down people of a much bigger stature. I wonder who the ‘West Coast Ultimates’ will be, familiar faces, or something new? I also continue to like the way the book is showing Tony Stark’s mental state, with the hallucination of himself as a child, but the real bonus here is that the threat of Reed and The City is much more real, before it was a threat of ideology and talk, now he’s got nukes and is right there, up in your face, much better.

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