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Ultimate Comics Divided We Fall, United We Stand (Ultimate Comics Ultimates) Hardcover – 12 Feb 2013

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  • Hardcover: 408 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel - US; 01 edition (12 Feb. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785167811
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785167815
  • Product Dimensions: 19.7 x 1.9 x 28.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 752,016 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS is an award winning comics creator, "New York Times" bestseller, and is the current writer of "All New X-Men" and "Uncanny X-Men", which debuted at number one on national sales charts. He is one of the premier architects of Marvel's Ultimate comics line and has won five Eisner awards, including two 'Best Writer of the year' and was honored with the prestigious Inkpot award for comic art excellence. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

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This is a really poor collection that perfectly encapsulates why the Ultimate Universe became pointless. Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch kickstarted the Ultimates with a brilliant reinterpretation and update of the Avengers. Captain America, arguably the less complex of the 'big three' was made far more interesting as a patriot with a slightly skewed morality. After some middling and dire Loeb instalments, Jonathan Hickman gave us a a revitalised, terrifying future. And now this. In places, the writing's so bad I though I'd missed something. "President Cap"? Really? It's not that the concept is unfeasible, it's the childishly idiotic way it's realised. The Ultimates was supposed to require a reasonably mature, sophisticated readership. Here it's been reduced to kindergarten level. Even the repeated, first page graphic (a la Hickman) is rubbish. The art does not come anywhere near the level of Hitch or similar. And there's the missing issues and incorrect reading order. Marvel are becoming increasingly adept at simply retelling stories from different perspectives and bunging it together as a 'collection' around an 'event'. This book is for completists only.
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By Squirr-El HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 27 April 2013
Format: Hardcover
This volume reprints The Ultimates issues 13-18 and brings to an end the current Ultimates storyline, though with plenty of story possibilities still available, and the sibling Spider-Man and X-Men series still rolling merrily along. However, the story feels rather rushed, and could have done with more room for characterisation of the crowd of participants; maybe a more skilled writer might have handled it differently - see the Spider-Man collection, for example. This book should probably have been an Ultimate Captain America volume, as he is the centre-piece of the story, though the big-three all play major roles and the less-major (minor would be the wrong description) characters are all crammed in as well. There simply wasn't room to do everyone justice. I never thought I'd ever complain about the lack of `decompressed' stories, but part of planning decompression is making sure everything fits in and flows, and this volume, as I said, feels crowded.

The actual story continues from the previous Ultimates volume, with Washington having been bombed, states seceding or being overrun by insurrectionists and Sentinels, and the country disintegrating, and one man making a stand against the anarchy - a man in a red, white and blue uniform, who is soon plastered over the TV screens of the country.
Stark: "Jarvis! Call the armour lab".
A quick in-flight phone-call to Asgard, and the band is back together. But not even they can deal with the insidious power of the (surviving) Washington politicians, as the big mysterious villain manipulating all the chaos knows, as he bribes them to pull the Presidential rug from under the feet of the emergency administration and get the Ultimates grounded until an election can be called. Can you guess who ignores orders and keeps fighting?
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Jonathan Hickman had taken the Ultimates back to the heights of the Millar days. There were a number of new and exciting developments in the Ultimate universe and I was looking forward to finding out how the various plot lines and characters would be developed. All Hickman's work has been wasted. The Ultimates section of his book is very poor. The art is mediocre at best, particularly the faces of the characters. There is no characterisation. The dialogue is Jeph Loeb style awful.

The X men and Spider-Man parts are better, but not by a big enough margin to make up for how bad the Ultimates section is. I would buy Tpbs of these two as separates instead of investing in this HC. I think Marvel knew that they had a turkey on their hands with the Ultimates by Sam Humphries and packaged his effort together with the other books as the only way to shift a few more units.
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this is not the best Ultimates Saga, but it's easy to read and the art and story is pretty nice.
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By c.h on 1 April 2013
Format: Hardcover
This hardcover is amazing it clearly divides eAch different comicbook ( spiderman uktimates and xmen ) and allow you to enjoy individualy the story without any weird time skips or obscure and unrelated events that are in the same time with other events. All art work is amazing and does a greAt job in expel reading the feelings of the characters as well as the dialog

A+ buy must own ( specially ultimate comics fun )
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