Ultimate Secret #2

Writer: Warren Ellis Artist: Steve McNiven Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 27, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 3
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Kree soldier Mahr Vehl has abandoned his mission on our planet to prevent mankind's ascension to the stars. And his sudden betrayal may mean a swift doom for the Earth!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 16, 2005

    While I'm a little disappointed to see Steve McNiven didn't have more issues in the can before he was called away to work on his New Avengers arc, I'm glad Marvel has decided to wait until he can come back to finish this miniseries, as his work on this issue is ever so impressive. From the opening page where Captain Marvel out races a massive explosion, to the sense of wonder that is captured on the faces of the Fantastic Four when they first meet the Ultimates, the art perfectly captures the sheer spectacle that this series needs. The art also does some strong work on the scene where Captain Marvel reveals his secret to a stunned Carol Danvers, as I loved her expression when she first discovers who was behind the mask. The art also manages to inject some nice excitement into the scene where Nick Fury decides to be a little more aggressive in his search for answers. I also enjoyed the wealth of Kirby-tech that litters the background of the Fantastic Four's home, and there's a cute Read Full Review

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