Ultimate Comics Divided We Fall, United We Stand (Ultimate Comics Ultimates) Hardcover – 12 Feb 2013
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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.
Luke was born and raised on a cattle property in New South Wales, Australia. After years of struggling as a cattleman Luke came to the conclusion there would be no future in making a decent living from cattle breeding or farming in general. He had no idea after he sold the cattle property, and started to look for a financial advisor that he would end writing a book alerting people to what he believes is the best way to prepare and prosper in this existing financial debt crisis that precedes the great depression. He is totally committed and passionate about getting this information out to as many people as will listen. Once you understand this thinking you can prepare and succeed not only in the long slow winter deflationary season but in all seasons of our economy.
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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?Read more ›
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.
A+ buy must own ( specially ultimate comics fun )