It's good to see Ellis doing his part to keep the Ultimate universe alive. If it weren't for the occasional flash of brilliance like Ultimate Human, I'd be tempted to give up on the line altogether. Read Full Review
The Hulk is such a force in the Ultimate universe its hard for him not to overpower everything else. Its good to see him in a situation where he can be used effectively on both sides of the coin (hero and villain smasher). Since this is the first time these two heavy hitters have squared off its worth the price of admission, but only if you can stand a new beat sampled from something youve heard before. Read Full Review
If you're going to do a Hulk / Iron Man book, you should probably have them fighting in the first issue right? Wrong. Ultimate Human #1 was just “okay” for me. It had no action and just too much expository information. Yet, there was just enough of a cliffhanger in there to keep me interested. Issue #2 delivers on most fronts. We get an interesting concept and a good plot. What keeps this book from being great is the little over-explaining Ellis does from time to time, and the art. It's ironic that Cary Nord was the only reason I picked this series up in the first place, and yet his art is the element I find most lacking. This series is improving, but not by much. Read Full Review
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