This issue also features a back-up strip in the form of Ultimate Vision #6, the final in a series of six four-page strips which build up to the Ultimate Extinction miniseries. Although Ive only read one of the preceding strips, this seems to be a very strange coda to the Visions story in that it renders it all fairly irrelevant: Gah Lak Tus is on its way and theres apparently nothing that the Ultimate Universe can do to stop it. Of course, we, the reader, know that this isnt going to prove to be the case (unless Joe Quesada plans on ending one of Marvels most successful imprints in five months time) and as such the portentous nature of Visions warning doesnt quite instil the sense of dread that it seems to be aiming for. Coupling this with John Romitas art, which is fairly average by his own high standards - although this is perhaps as much due to the uninspired character design of Sam Wilson and Vision as it is his pencilling - makes for an emintently skippable mini-chapte Read Full Review
Oh, right, this was another flip-book, the reverse being the concluding chapter of the Ultimate Vision story. Ultimate or not, that ain't my Vizh, and Romita the Younger hasn't impressed me since Bob Layton finished his pencils on Iron Man. Having read about half of the Vision micro-series, I'm giving it a solid . Read Full Review
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