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The search for the Infinity Gems brings disaster to the Triskelion's doorstep! Is this the end of the Ultimates? A new dark force has taken the reins of the world. Collecting: Ultimate Comics: Ultimates 25-30 The search for the Infinity Gems brings disaster to the Triskelion's doorstep! Is this the end of the Ultimates? A new dark force has taken the reins of the world. Collecting: Ultimate Comics: Ultimates 25-30


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The search for the Infinity Gems brings disaster to the Triskelion's doorstep! Is this the end of the Ultimates? A new dark force has taken the reins of the world. Collecting: Ultimate Comics: Ultimates 25-30 The search for the Infinity Gems brings disaster to the Triskelion's doorstep! Is this the end of the Ultimates? A new dark force has taken the reins of the world. Collecting: Ultimate Comics: Ultimates 25-30

30 review for Ultimate Comics Ultimates: Disassembled

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    Terrible day, unable to put this down... Happy in that it is a wrap on most of the Ultimates adventures. Sad, that it is a bit shark-jumpery.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    Thankfully, this book wasn't by Humphries at all. Instead Fialkov arrives to return Ultimates to his past heights. His writing isn't quite the same as Millar. There isn't the same slightly vacuous big-screen experience, but Fialkov gets the big adventure right, and he also does a marvelous job of bringing together a lot of threads and characters from the past of the Ultimate adventure. I hope to be reading a lot more from him based on this effort. Thankfully, this book wasn't by Humphries at all. Instead Fialkov arrives to return Ultimates to his past heights. His writing isn't quite the same as Millar. There isn't the same slightly vacuous big-screen experience, but Fialkov gets the big adventure right, and he also does a marvelous job of bringing together a lot of threads and characters from the past of the Ultimate adventure. I hope to be reading a lot more from him based on this effort.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Baba

    That's right, when you run out of ideas, just borrow literally an entire concept from the Mainstream Marvel universe! Collects Ultimate Comics Ultimates #25-30. Kang, The Gauntlet, Hulk, Sue & Ben Grimm, Iron Man and more get caught up in the end of the Ultimates? 6 out of 12. That's right, when you run out of ideas, just borrow literally an entire concept from the Mainstream Marvel universe! Collects Ultimate Comics Ultimates #25-30. Kang, The Gauntlet, Hulk, Sue & Ben Grimm, Iron Man and more get caught up in the end of the Ultimates? 6 out of 12.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sonic

    This is fun, with lots of unexpected twists! (hope i didn't give nuthin' away there...) This is fun, with lots of unexpected twists! (hope i didn't give nuthin' away there...)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    The Ultimates line is dark, violent, and generally more twisted and brutal than the other lines from Marvel. I strongly dislike most of the ones I have read. This one, however, I greatly enjoyed. It helps to know a lot about these characters and have read a little before this volume, but is not entirely necessary. Reading from the ‘what to read after Endgame’ list. People who don’t read comics at all the picked this up because of Endgame might be disappointed. There isn’t a lot that coincides wi The Ultimates line is dark, violent, and generally more twisted and brutal than the other lines from Marvel. I strongly dislike most of the ones I have read. This one, however, I greatly enjoyed. It helps to know a lot about these characters and have read a little before this volume, but is not entirely necessary. Reading from the ‘what to read after Endgame’ list. People who don’t read comics at all the picked this up because of Endgame might be disappointed. There isn’t a lot that coincides with the MCU.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Will Cooper

    I enjoyed the gauntlet and gems showing up, but they didn’t seem powerful enough? Tony Stark has kinda become a god of sorts and while Reed doesn’t want to kill Sue and Ben because he loves them, he should be able to stop them better. Also Kang is revealed to be []!! But how did she get those time travel powers? They don’t explain it. Boo.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sean

    I hated this. The Ultimates never could find their place, almost no matter who was at the helm, compared to the Ultimate Spider-Man. Here, a dozen ideas were thrown at a wall. None stuck. The art was sketchy and characters were unrecognizable and downright ugly. Overall, an enormous miss.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Frans Kempe

    The Ultimates faces a worldwide crisis when Reed and Hulk is freed by Kang and the last of the infinity stones surfaces.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    Though I have been a reader of comic books since the 1980s, my enjoyment of them in the past few years has been infrequent. While I miss out on a lot because of this, the silver lining is that when I DO pick up a comic book or a graphic novel it has the ability to be a lot more surprising to me. This helps to explain why I enjoyed the collection as much as I did, as I was experienced Reed Richards the megalomaniacal villain for the first time. It's quite a logical development for a character who Though I have been a reader of comic books since the 1980s, my enjoyment of them in the past few years has been infrequent. While I miss out on a lot because of this, the silver lining is that when I DO pick up a comic book or a graphic novel it has the ability to be a lot more surprising to me. This helps to explain why I enjoyed the collection as much as I did, as I was experienced Reed Richards the megalomaniacal villain for the first time. It's quite a logical development for a character who has often been high-handed and manipulative even in the regular FF run, and that he sees himself as being so for altruistic reasons only highlights the costs of his actions. Of course, this is an Ultimates title, and not an FF one; Reed even isn't the main villain (that would be the Ultimates version of Kang, which as with many of the best Ultimates characters is depicted with a twist). Joshua Fialkov starts things out abruptly, as events go from calm to crisis in just the first three pages. Once the pace is set Fialkov doesn't let up, keeping events going at a rapid pace). What drives events isn't really the plot (which is ill-defined even by the end) but an entertaining intellectual pissing contest between Reed Richards and Tony Stark, which is just the sort of thing that two arrogantly brilliant adversaries would obsess over (the more noble depiction of Richards in the regular FF series is what prevents such exchanges taking place there between him and the oddly insecure Doctor Doom). The verbal and intellectual sparring between the two makes for a highly entertaining conflict, one that I hope to see again the next time I pick up future collections in the series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Luana

    Aaah, here's those bellicose Ultimates I remember! I must say I laughed out loud at Monica Chang yelling at Hulk, "You've killed 500 people!! Again! You happy now??!" Pre-MAN OF STEEL book, this one! Kudos to the artist for making Reed Richards legit gross and fully realizing the stretchy abilities of his body in a way I'd personally never seen (such as splitting half his face to go check a monitor while the other half talks to Tony Stark). Another cool thing they did was make the chest lights o Aaah, here's those bellicose Ultimates I remember! I must say I laughed out loud at Monica Chang yelling at Hulk, "You've killed 500 people!! Again! You happy now??!" Pre-MAN OF STEEL book, this one! Kudos to the artist for making Reed Richards legit gross and fully realizing the stretchy abilities of his body in a way I'd personally never seen (such as splitting half his face to go check a monitor while the other half talks to Tony Stark). Another cool thing they did was make the chest lights on Reed's Herbietron robots light up in such a way that they formed an Ultron face in the dark. Nifty! Book marks the welcome return of Ben Grimm, too, and thankfully still hooked up with Sue (who is a full-fledged Ultimate now? I like!) in non-related but equally fulfilling careers. Take that Reed, you dumb geek wish fulfillment bunghole! If there's anything I like about the Ultimate U besides Miles Morales, it's the out-and-out vilification of toxic nerd Reed Richards, Sue's independence and the full-on statement that sometimes the jock can be the better person.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Davy

    I've read better Ultimate stories: the role and powers of the Infinity Gems are not so clear (there are 8 gems, don't know why and don't know their powers - must admit, I didn't read the previous issue), Tony Stark's speaking brain tumor is becoming ridiculous (but explains things from previous issues) but at some point the story becomes a good introduction to the main Cataclysm event. So I enjoyed reading it. I've read better Ultimate stories: the role and powers of the Infinity Gems are not so clear (there are 8 gems, don't know why and don't know their powers - must admit, I didn't read the previous issue), Tony Stark's speaking brain tumor is becoming ridiculous (but explains things from previous issues) but at some point the story becomes a good introduction to the main Cataclysm event. So I enjoyed reading it.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Willow

    What's this? Another Ultimates book where I sympathise with and root for the bad guys?!? Go figure!!! That said, Bad Guy Reed Richards is probably the best thing ever and I'm really sad the Ultimate Universe ended, because Ultimate Reed is amazing and I want to read more of his amazing schemes to save the world despite the idiocy of America and the Ultimates. What's this? Another Ultimates book where I sympathise with and root for the bad guys?!? Go figure!!! That said, Bad Guy Reed Richards is probably the best thing ever and I'm really sad the Ultimate Universe ended, because Ultimate Reed is amazing and I want to read more of his amazing schemes to save the world despite the idiocy of America and the Ultimates.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Holden Attradies

    While reading this I bounced back and forth between feeling like the old, good ultimate universe was back and hating the utter shit it had become. By the end I wasn't really sure which I walked away with, I guess a little bit of of both. above all I realize the Ultimate universe is coming to an end and I'm kind of glad, and I at least it has a better end than Ultimatum was. While reading this I bounced back and forth between feeling like the old, good ultimate universe was back and hating the utter shit it had become. By the end I wasn't really sure which I walked away with, I guess a little bit of of both. above all I realize the Ultimate universe is coming to an end and I'm kind of glad, and I at least it has a better end than Ultimatum was.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Rigoberto

    Pretty good read, it made me glad I kept up with the Ultimate Universe again. I especially enjoyed the plot twist on Kang's identity, and on the matter of Iron Man's "tumor". I felt bad for seeing Anthony's death, but I saw that coming. I can't wait until I read the continuation of this setup, Cataclysm: The Ultimates's Last Stand. Pretty good read, it made me glad I kept up with the Ultimate Universe again. I especially enjoyed the plot twist on Kang's identity, and on the matter of Iron Man's "tumor". I felt bad for seeing Anthony's death, but I saw that coming. I can't wait until I read the continuation of this setup, Cataclysm: The Ultimates's Last Stand.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Beckiezra

    Lovely art and not a confusing story even though it is obviously somewhere in the middle of some other version of the Ultimates than the graphic novels I've read previously. I'll spare you my rant on American graphic novels lack of clear order. Lovely art and not a confusing story even though it is obviously somewhere in the middle of some other version of the Ultimates than the graphic novels I've read previously. I'll spare you my rant on American graphic novels lack of clear order.

  16. 5 out of 5

    La Revistería Comics

    Ahora sí... ¿Qué vendrá antes? ¿El divorcio de los Ultimates o el fin de su universo? ¿A quién le quedan mejor las joyas del infinito, a Reed desquemado o a Hulk grisoso? ¡Un tepeterremebundo tomo que enlaza con Cataclismo!

  17. 5 out of 5

    B

    It seems like the Ultimate Universe swirled around the same drain a lot. I feel like I've seen this story a bunch of times even though I didn't read all the Ultimate stuff. And that this was a prelude to Cataclysm doesn't do much for except make Cataclysm more confusing. It seems like the Ultimate Universe swirled around the same drain a lot. I feel like I've seen this story a bunch of times even though I didn't read all the Ultimate stuff. And that this was a prelude to Cataclysm doesn't do much for except make Cataclysm more confusing.

  18. 5 out of 5

    J.M. Giovine

    No es el Ultimates de Millar, pero Fiakov se asegura de darle a este volumen una buena dosis de seriedad y trama oscura al casi-final del universo Ultimate que seguirá unos cuantos números mas antes del Cataclismo. Una lectura bastante entretenida.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Butcher

    Honestly, I feel like this is a Ultimate rerun...it feels like every major Ultimate Storyline is a major crossover event and this arc is a repeat of past arcs. Maybe they should have let Galactus eat this universe!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sineala

    Infinity Gems. Fun. Everyone always likes Infinity Gems. Also Reed Richards is legitimately terrifying.

  21. 5 out of 5

    David

    The Ultimates give their best showing since Ultimates 2 by Mark Millar. The title's been a hot mess since the unforgivable Ultimates 3 by Loeb but this collection gives us at bit better attempt. The Ultimates give their best showing since Ultimates 2 by Mark Millar. The title's been a hot mess since the unforgivable Ultimates 3 by Loeb but this collection gives us at bit better attempt.

  22. 5 out of 5

    John

    oh please make it stop.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Domagoj

  24. 5 out of 5

    Andy Ironside

  25. 5 out of 5

    Louisa

  26. 5 out of 5

    Olivier Estevao

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dorian Alexander

  28. 4 out of 5

    Dave

  29. 5 out of 5

    Costin Tănăsoiu

  30. 4 out of 5

    ComicUI

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