The series has lacked a steady artist ever since the departure of Esad Ribic. Scot Eaton now steps aboard for this new arc. Unfortunately, even in his debut Eaton's art suffers from the same rushed, haphazard feel that has plagued so many issues of The Ultimates. At its best, Eaton's work is powerful and detailed, with plenty of bold line-work to capture that Ultimate Universe feel. But just as often, the level of detail drops and characters become loose and distorted. There was a time when Marvel would allow The Ultimates to vanish from the shelves for months at a time in order to ensure the final product looked its best. Surely today's readers could be made to wait more than two or three weeks between issues in order to ensure a stronger final product. Read Full Review
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