Ultron Unlimited: Graphic Novel (Avengers) Paperback – 1 Dec 2004
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The Avengers must confront their greatest foe yet: Ultron, the sentient robot created by Avenger Hank Pym, who has seized control of the world's media and destroyed the Eastern European country of Slorenia.
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For sheer power and megaton feats, this story can't be beat. But what makes it truly impressive is the character moments. A modern classic.
We get real insight to the Avengers characters such as Wasp realising she bears partial responsibility for Giant-Man's mental state, Vision admitting he still loves the Scarlet Witch, Iron Man facing the dark side of technology, Justice getting over his hero worship and of course the surprise admission from Giant-man about the full role he played in Ultron's creation that makes you realise how much of a strain he has been under due to the guilt of his actions! Seriously you thought that Hank just building Ultron was the full story, think again! The team reaction to the devastation of Slorenia is spot-on character material.
Kurt Busiek has stated in interviews that this is where he felt he hit his stride as Avengers writer and it clearly shows, here he's not slowed down by crossovers or the need to set up future stories he just gets on with the task in hand. In doing so he produces the two greatest Avengers moments EVER! Hank's outburst while attacking Ultron full-on and Thor's absolute classic line when they burst into Ultron's lair, "Ulton, we would have words with thee!" Unmissable stuff!
Sadly Busieks/Perez run came to an end and so did a few jobs at Marvels top levels. Sadly the new heads 'Quesada' and 'Bendis' decided to undo all that the Busiek and Perez had done and the book in my opinion was never the same.
Sadly again this collection fails to do justice to the work because of very bad colouring and printing. its almost incredible to believe that it was allowed. the colours are muddy and off and just hurt the eyes, in many pages you can't see whats going on! Did Quesada seriously approve all this?
I would have given 5 stars but had to lose two due to the bad reproduction. steer clear of this and wait for a better version.