It would be great to experience this series as an ongoing title, but as a miniseries the pacing problems, the constant clunky transitions between unrelated events, and lack of focus all become more glaring. Read Full Review
The series finally tries to connect itself with the larger event, but sadly it's a case of too little, too late. Phenomenal visuals can't hide the fact that the series feels confusing and pointless. Read Full Review
As we near the Ultimate End of this series, we have to hope something fun will happen. This issue really didnt help any, which shouldnt surprise people who read the first three. Brian Michael Bendis is better than this. This issue is just not good enough. The art is a nice little boost but it can't pull Ultimate End #4 out of the gutter. Read Full Review
Sadly, my love for a single panel is nowhere near enough to redeem the wide variety of problems found in Ultimate END. This is one comic that I will indeed be glad to see ultimately end. Read Full Review
Way too condensed to fully enjoy. The clash between the 616 and Ultimate Universe characters feels rushed and forced. For the record, 616 would win hands down, they have more characters including more heavy hitters. I'm not familiar with the Ultimate Punisher, the 616 universe one never kills innocents, but ultimate one might be crazy enough to go this route.