"Ultimate Comics Avengers 3" gets off to a quicker start than the last arc with Millar introducing both Blade and the new Daredevil in this issue while setting up the premise of the arc with an unexpected twist at the end of the issue. This series of series continues to be fun and bold with Millar on his game. Read Full Review
At this point in the Ultimate Avengers saga I feel like we should start to see a larger picture building. Vol. 3 just reads as business as usual. Steve Dillon's art is clean and attractive enough, with the artist seemingly more comfortable with the spandex crowd than he tends to be. There's nothing much to outright dislike in Millar's latest volume right now. I'm just disappointed that Ultimate Comics Avengers continues to play it safe and easy when the Ultimate Universe is supposed to be offering something new and different to its readers. Read Full Review
I really don't get this series (or series of series.) Even post-Ultimatum, I thought the Ultimate line was about streamlining and revamping Marvel's mainstays for new times and new readers, but titles like this just seem like an excuse to haphazardly throw all of that into a blender for a result Read Full Review
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