The Ultimates: Super-human

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Marvel Comics, Aug 1, 2002 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 160 pages
58 Reviews
This fourth collection in the Ultimates line newly re-imagines incarnations of the Hulk, Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, and other Marvel Comics heroes. When Nick Fury, head of an elite espionage agency, hears about several bizarre characters and misfits, he puts together a small but lethal army known as the Ultimates, created to protect mankind from rising threats. Full color.

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Review: The Ultimates, Vol. 1: Super-Human (The Ultimates trade paperbacks #1)

User Review  - Lloyd - Goodreads

Sprinkled with commentary on (then) current events and also with plenty of celebrity appearances, this re-imagining of the Avengers by Mark Millar is very entertaining. I wouldn't go so far as to call ... Read full review

Review: The Ultimates (The Ultimates hardcovers #1)

User Review  - Tony Cafiso - Goodreads

The Ultimates was basically an old version of the Avengers story. Captain America, Thor, the Hulk and Iron Man are all in it and part of the shield agency. In this version the Hulk ends up being the ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

From the shores of Scotland, Mark Millar has taken the American comics scene by storm -- penning two volume of Ultimate X-Men, DC's The Authority; and Marvel's all new comic hit The Ultimates.

Bryan Hitch is the world's most popular comic book illustrator who is best known for his role as co-creator and writer on bestselling The Authority (DC) and The Ultimates (Marvel). Bryan was also character design artist for the Ultimate Avengers animated films, the video game Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction, and concept artist for the re-launch of Doctor Who. Visit www.theartofcomics.com