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by David Finch,Jeph Loeb


Comissioned to write this is Jeph Loeb (Batman: The Long Halloween, Daredevil: Yellow), who picks up right where his unbelievably bad run on Ultimates 3 ended

Comissioned to write this is Jeph Loeb (Batman: The Long Halloween, Daredevil: Yellow), who picks up right where his unbelievably bad run on Ultimates 3 ended. A revenge-driven Magneto is determined to make everyone he can pay for the deaths of his children Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, and does so by causing massive amounts of destruction on Earth that leave millions dead, and plenty of familiar characters as well.

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Both series are written by Jeph Leob with art by Joe Madureira/Christian Lichtner and David Finch. Let's start with Ultimates 3, it is dreadful and painful to read. This isn't an exaggeration or me hating on Leob's writing.

Joseph "Jeph" Loeb III (/loʊb/) is an American film and television writer, producer and comic book writer. Loeb was a producer/writer on the TV series Smallville and Lost, writer for the films Commando and Teen Wolf, and a writer and co-executive producer on the NBC TV show Heroes from its premiere in 2006 to November 2008. In 2010, Loeb became Executive Vice President of Marvel Television.

Remember when they decided to just kill them all in the most edgelordiest fashion? Well, if you didn't make sure to listen to this episode as we groan through our breakdown of Ultimatum by Jeph Loeb and David Finch. Comics Comic Books Marvel Ultimates Avengers Ultimatum Ultimate Universe Fantastic Four Doctor Doom Captain America Thor Hawkeye Iron Man X-Men.

Brought to you by award-winning scribe Jeph Loeb and superstar artist David Finch, this is the must-have book that will set the stage in the Ultimate U for years to come!

Brought to you by award-winning scribe Jeph Loeb and superstar artist David Finch, this is the must-have book that will set the stage in the Ultimate U for years to come! Collecting: Ultimatum 1-5.

Brought to you by award-winning scribe Jeph Loeb and superstar artist David Finch, this is the must-have book that will set the stage in the Ultimate U for years to come!

Brought to you by award-winning scribe Jeph Loeb and superstar artist David Finch, this is the must-have book that will set the stage in the Ultimate U for years to come! Collects Ultimatum

Ultimatum" is a 2009 comic book storyline published by Marvel Comics under its Ultimate Marvel.

Ultimatum" is a 2009 comic book storyline published by Marvel Comics under its Ultimate Marvel. It consists of a core five-issue eponymous miniseries written by Jeph Loeb and illustrated by David Finch that was published from January 2009 to September 2009, and a number of tie-in books. Following the "Ultimatum" storyline, each Ultimate title was given a Requiem follow-up series or one-shot, dealing with the status of each book's characters in the aftermath of Ultimatum.

As only Emmy & Eisner award-winning writer Jeph Loeb and superstar artist David Finch can deliver, it’s an. .

As only Emmy & Eisner award-winning writer Jeph Loeb and superstar artist David Finch can deliver, it’s an apocalyptic conclusion where every, and we mean EVERY, score is settled! . At the back of the book is a listing of all the characters who died in Ultimatum: Angel, Beast, Blob, Cannonball, Captain Britain and the European Initiative, Cipher, Cyclops, Daredevil, Dazzler, Detonator, Forge, Emma Frost, Hardrive, Juggernaut, Longshot, Lorelei, Madrox, Magneto, Nightcrawler, Polaris, Psylocke, Hank Pym, Janet Pym, Dr. Franklin Storm, Stephen Strange, Sunspot, Syndicate, Thor, Toad, Dr. Doom, Wolverine, Charles Xavier, and.

When Magneto declares that he will destroy the world in three days and rebuild it to his specifications, the X-Men, the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, and the Ultimates try to deal with the destruction and take down Magneto.

Ultimatum epub download

ISBN13: 978-0785129455

ISBN: 0785129456

Author: David Finch,Jeph Loeb

Category: Graphic Novels

Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Language: English

Publisher: Marvel; Second Impression edition (January 27, 2010)

Pages: 144 pages

ePUB size: 1339 kb

FB2 size: 1653 kb

Rating: 4.8

Votes: 356

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Renthadral
This is a controversial comic and I know my opinion is not among the popular ones. And I understand it. This comic talk about a death toll that claimed a vast number of main characters in the now defunct Marvel Ultimate universe and indeed one could say that this story killed for the future the Ultimate line. I feel that if I had invested at the time in this universe this volume had felt as a cheap shot to get sells. But not was my case, I am reading it years after the issue and to me is a sad epic ending, so I feel actually it is a bit strange to love the story considering what it helped to accomplish.

Actually it is a very realistic ending, the Ultimate universe tried to be more realistic than the traditional Marvel universe and with the premise of a world catastrophe, almost an extinction one, in other more simpler worlds the heroes would not died or if did they would return from death some issues after in another event. But not here, in some moments it feels raw and nasty. After this story the Ultimate universe feels hollow, when the end arrives in Secret Wars it is almost a pale ghost already defunct time ago. The art is impeccable.
Renthadral
This is a controversial comic and I know my opinion is not among the popular ones. And I understand it. This comic talk about a death toll that claimed a vast number of main characters in the now defunct Marvel Ultimate universe and indeed one could say that this story killed for the future the Ultimate line. I feel that if I had invested at the time in this universe this volume had felt as a cheap shot to get sells. But not was my case, I am reading it years after the issue and to me is a sad epic ending, so I feel actually it is a bit strange to love the story considering what it helped to accomplish.

Actually it is a very realistic ending, the Ultimate universe tried to be more realistic than the traditional Marvel universe and with the premise of a world catastrophe, almost an extinction one, in other more simpler worlds the heroes would not died or if did they would return from death some issues after in another event. But not here, in some moments it feels raw and nasty. After this story the Ultimate universe feels hollow, when the end arrives in Secret Wars it is almost a pale ghost already defunct time ago. The art is impeccable.
Malodora
Great book, way too realistic when it came to (spoiler alert) super hero community death rate in the story; but once again, they kept it real. Pretty graphic, but so was the revenge of the Marvel Ultimate heroes universe. (Spoiler alert 2) some folks finally got theirs in this series...because it’s NEVER going to happen in merchandise Marvel universe/franchise. I hate to say it, but the satisfaction of seeing main characters paying for their world ending behavior...was climactic in itself. I’m probably going to re-read this series just on the point of the “Ultimate” conclusion. You....should do the same!!
Malodora
Great book, way too realistic when it came to (spoiler alert) super hero community death rate in the story; but once again, they kept it real. Pretty graphic, but so was the revenge of the Marvel Ultimate heroes universe. (Spoiler alert 2) some folks finally got theirs in this series...because it’s NEVER going to happen in merchandise Marvel universe/franchise. I hate to say it, but the satisfaction of seeing main characters paying for their world ending behavior...was climactic in itself. I’m probably going to re-read this series just on the point of the “Ultimate” conclusion. You....should do the same!!
Uriel
It's been no secret that over the last couple years, Marvel's one-time dominant Ultimate line had seen better days. Other than Ultimate Spider-Man, the other Ultimate titles such as X-Men and Fantastic Four, had fallen stagnant. Well, here comes Ultimatum, the supposed be all, end all, apocalyptic story that will supposedly bring the Ultimate universe to its knees. Comissioned to write this is Jeph Loeb (Batman: The Long Halloween, Daredevil: Yellow), who picks up right where his unbelievably bad run on Ultimates 3 ended. A revenge-driven Magneto is determined to make everyone he can pay for the deaths of his children Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, and does so by causing massive amounts of destruction on Earth that leave millions dead, and plenty of familiar characters as well. And yes, Loeb manages to rack up a high body count here as some characters die in some unbelievably violent ways, but for all the death and destruction, Ultimatum is sadly empty in its delivery, even when some of the most iconic characters bite the big one. I understand Marvel's intention for wanting to blow everything up and start over fresh, but if anything, Brian Michael Bendis and/or Mark Millar should have been given the charge considering they are the ones who shaped the Ultimate universe to begin with, launching Ultimate Spider-Man, Ultimate X-Men, The Ultimates, and Ultimate Fantastic Four since the line's inception. At least with either of those writers, chances are we wouldn't have scads of empty deaths, leaps in logic, and some plain old poor dialogue. David Finch (New Avengers, Moon Knight) provides some great artwork however, which does save Ultimatum from being totally worthless, but just barely.
Uriel
It's been no secret that over the last couple years, Marvel's one-time dominant Ultimate line had seen better days. Other than Ultimate Spider-Man, the other Ultimate titles such as X-Men and Fantastic Four, had fallen stagnant. Well, here comes Ultimatum, the supposed be all, end all, apocalyptic story that will supposedly bring the Ultimate universe to its knees. Comissioned to write this is Jeph Loeb (Batman: The Long Halloween, Daredevil: Yellow), who picks up right where his unbelievably bad run on Ultimates 3 ended. A revenge-driven Magneto is determined to make everyone he can pay for the deaths of his children Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, and does so by causing massive amounts of destruction on Earth that leave millions dead, and plenty of familiar characters as well. And yes, Loeb manages to rack up a high body count here as some characters die in some unbelievably violent ways, but for all the death and destruction, Ultimatum is sadly empty in its delivery, even when some of the most iconic characters bite the big one. I understand Marvel's intention for wanting to blow everything up and start over fresh, but if anything, Brian Michael Bendis and/or Mark Millar should have been given the charge considering they are the ones who shaped the Ultimate universe to begin with, launching Ultimate Spider-Man, Ultimate X-Men, The Ultimates, and Ultimate Fantastic Four since the line's inception. At least with either of those writers, chances are we wouldn't have scads of empty deaths, leaps in logic, and some plain old poor dialogue. David Finch (New Avengers, Moon Knight) provides some great artwork however, which does save Ultimatum from being totally worthless, but just barely.
Washington
I do appreciate it when comic books have the guts to go through with an idea, even when it comes at the expense of killing off a major character. I don't like when big moves are made only to be countered by pseudo-science somewhere down the road. If you do it commit to it. But on the other hand if you do it, make it good. In Ultimatum, disjointed vignettes jump us from one death scene to the next without a minute to pause, and the author doesn't seem even remotely interested in dealing with the consequences of such major events. There is a hatred in these pages, not only for the effort needed to write a good story, but for the embodiment of comic book storytelling in general. It is as sensationalistic as the torture porn Saw movies, without the commentary to make killing off a major 10 year effort worthwhile. It is the book where good ideas go to die. In a way this meltdown is interesting from a "how could this happen" perspective, but this is not compelling enough to buy a book that will drag your childhood through the mud.
Washington
I do appreciate it when comic books have the guts to go through with an idea, even when it comes at the expense of killing off a major character. I don't like when big moves are made only to be countered by pseudo-science somewhere down the road. If you do it commit to it. But on the other hand if you do it, make it good. In Ultimatum, disjointed vignettes jump us from one death scene to the next without a minute to pause, and the author doesn't seem even remotely interested in dealing with the consequences of such major events. There is a hatred in these pages, not only for the effort needed to write a good story, but for the embodiment of comic book storytelling in general. It is as sensationalistic as the torture porn Saw movies, without the commentary to make killing off a major 10 year effort worthwhile. It is the book where good ideas go to die. In a way this meltdown is interesting from a "how could this happen" perspective, but this is not compelling enough to buy a book that will drag your childhood through the mud.
Wishamac
I must admit, the story is not the greatest & yet when all hell breaks loose people die, even the good guys. Maybe that's why fanboys/girls of the Ultimate universe were so upset with this story. I did not read Ultimates 3, but from what I know about it, that entire story is far worse than this one. I love David Finch's art, & it's possible that if someone else had done the pencils for this story, I would've simply not bothered reading it. Sure, the many deaths are a bit dumb (& some make no sense whatsoever), but it IS just a comic book. It's always important to remember that comics are meant to be fun, shocking, & above all, NOT taken seriously. I recommend this book to those who enjoy great art & gory deaths. The story definitely could've been executed much better, but it's at least more enjoyable than current cash-grab events like Civil War 2 (one of the lamest events ever). Marvel needs to learn from DC & produce better comic book stories & ignore the movies as much as possible.
Wishamac
I must admit, the story is not the greatest & yet when all hell breaks loose people die, even the good guys. Maybe that's why fanboys/girls of the Ultimate universe were so upset with this story. I did not read Ultimates 3, but from what I know about it, that entire story is far worse than this one. I love David Finch's art, & it's possible that if someone else had done the pencils for this story, I would've simply not bothered reading it. Sure, the many deaths are a bit dumb (& some make no sense whatsoever), but it IS just a comic book. It's always important to remember that comics are meant to be fun, shocking, & above all, NOT taken seriously. I recommend this book to those who enjoy great art & gory deaths. The story definitely could've been executed much better, but it's at least more enjoyable than current cash-grab events like Civil War 2 (one of the lamest events ever). Marvel needs to learn from DC & produce better comic book stories & ignore the movies as much as possible.
Dorintrius
Basically a Marvel snuff fantasy. Worth the read.
Dorintrius
Basically a Marvel snuff fantasy. Worth the read.
Chi
Loved it
Chi
Loved it
This one massive Marvel team up which all 80% of the Ultimate characters die in one wave of water.

At least I know what happen to the Ultimate X-men so far...
This one massive Marvel team up which all 80% of the Ultimate characters die in one wave of water.

At least I know what happen to the Ultimate X-men so far...