This mini is a feast of ideas to an extent that the previous chapters of the "Ultimate Galactus" trilogy havent managed to achieve. Instead of coming up with one key conceit and playing it out as in Nightmare and Secret, Ellis continues to pile new concept upon new concept here, making the book dense in imagination as well as slick and exciting when it comes to handling its superhero or action-based elements. When you come away from the issue, youre not bored by a predictable or uninspired run-of-the-mill story as with so many company superhero comics youre wondering whether Reed Richards has worked out how to harness the power of thousands of tiny big bangs to create a superweapon capable of harming Gah Lak Tus, how the giant beings hive mind is going to react to the contamination of Professor Xs psychic probe, and just what the true nature and purpose of the Silver Surfer is in the Ultimate Universe. This kind of stimulation allows Ellis to entertain the readers imaginat Read Full Review
Brandon Peterson's art is fantastic. He does a wonderful job with the pencils and inks. His Silver Surfer is one of the best looking versions of that character I have ever seen. Peterson's great art makes this solid comic even better. Great writing and great art, such a rarity in comics. Peterson's art also has the nice realistic edge to it that has been a staple of many of the Ultimate titles. Read Full Review
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