GRAND THEFT AMERICA PART 5
With the traitor revealed and the Triskelion in ruins, the remaining Ultimates must unite to defeat an invasion force bent on establishing a new world order. But with the team shattered, who will lead the charge?
The frantic pacing and continuity problems knock a bullet off the rating, but Ill happily give it back for the illustration. Now get real comfy, keep chanting patience is a virtue, and get ready for the final chapter. It oughtta be a hoot. Read Full Review
Its an odd feeling to read an issue of such a great ongoing title which doesn t quite work as a standalone comic in its own right - but which will obviously fit in to the overall picture beautifully come the inevitable hardcover collection - and it gives me difficulties when trying to come up with a bullet rating for Ultimates 2 #11. I cant find fault with the artwork, and its not even as if the problems of this particular issue really lie with Millars pacing, as its undoubtedly the scheduling of the book rather than the structure of his writing which has sapped some of the energy from these closing issues of Millar & Hitchs grand opus. On its own terms, its a merely very good issue of a book which, when taken as a whole, is far greater than the sum of its parts - and this issue at least provides just enough teases as to where the story is going that the three month wait for this instalment doesnt feel like a total waste of anticipation. Issue #12 is undoubtedly going to be Read Full Review
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