GRAND THEFT AMERICA PART 4
An unknown enemy with unimaginable power and an unstoppable force of will is at our shores. Will hope rise from the ashes of defeat, or is this truly the end for the Ultimates?
On its own, this felt very much like an issue to deal with the aftermath of the last instalment and the set-up of the next, and with a lot of pieces to move around in preparation for the titles big finale the result is a merely good issue for a series which is usually outstanding. That said, even a middling issue of Ultimates is better than most other comics on the stands, and if youve any interest at all in following what is bound to become one of the eras most defining runs of comics, this is still essential reading. Roll on issue #11. Read Full Review
The next issue will probably be more set-up with, among other things, the Ultimates coming together to plan their moves. So long as Millar can maintain this edge and Hitch phones in another near masterpiece, thats fine by me. Read Full Review
Millar's political commentary is like a sledgehammer that he repeatedly hits the reader on the head to the point that a retarded monkey would clearly pick up the horridly not subtle commentary. That is not good writing. Excellent political commentary is usually done so sublimely that you don't overtly notice it when reading the story. Read Full Review
Be the first to rate this issue!
Click the 'Rate/Write A Review' link above to get started.