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8.5

Ultimate Spider-Man #55

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley
Released: Mar 17, 2004

HOLLYWOOD PART 2 Spider-Man may have made it to Hollywood, but Doc Ock is right behind him! Prepare for an all-out showdown on the set of the unauthorized Spider-Man movie!

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8.5

Ultimate Spider-Man #54

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley
Released: Mar 3, 2004

HOLLYWOOD PART 1 When Spider-Man swings by the set of the film being made about his life to give the producers a piece of his mind, someone else shows up for the same reasons - Doctor Octopus - and he may just shut production down!

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8.0

Ultimate Spider-Man #53

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley
Released: Feb 4, 2004

CATS AND KINGS PART 7 The origin of the Black Cat revealed! But who has really won the day? Spider-Man? Elektra? Or could it just be her financier, the dreaded Kingpin?

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Green Goblin reviewed Ultimate Spider-Man #52 Jun 21, 2021
8.0

In some of the first issues Kingpin mispronounced Electro as Elektra. But now he tells, that he don't know her. In super special #1 Spidey fought Elektra and she kicked his butt. He googled her, he said, that he will never forget her face. But now he didn't remember her... Bendis, please... Why can't you just be attentive?

Ultimate Spider-Man #52

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley
Released: Jan 7, 2004

CATS AND KINGS PART 6 Spider-Man finds out the hard way that there's no reasoning with the one woman hit squad that is Elektra! And just what is the Black Cat's secret connection to the Kingpin?

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8.0

Ultimate Spider-Man #51

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley
Released: Dec 17, 2003

CATS AND KINGS PART 5 Is the Black Cat nothing more than a jewel thief? And is Spider-Man really her partner in crime?

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9.5

Ultimate Spider-Man #50

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley
Released: Dec 3, 2003

CATS AND KINGS PART 4 Who is the Black Cat? And why could her debut spell seven years of bad luck for Spider-Man?

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10

Ultimate Spider-Man #49

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley
Released: Nov 5, 2003

CATS AND KINGS PART 3

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9.0

Ultimate Spider-Man #48

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley
Released: Oct 15, 2003

CATS AND KINGS PART 2 Distraught over his recent conflict at the Daily Bugle, Peter takes troubles back to high school and winds up directly in the principal's office!

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8.5

Ultimate Spider-Man #47

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley
Released: Oct 1, 2003

CATS AND KINGS PART 1 Peter Parker can't get a break! He's got problems on the street with the Enforcers and at school with Mary Jane...but could the worst news of all be coming from the Daily Bugle?

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Green Goblin reviewed Ultimate Spider-Man #45 Jun 17, 2021
10

That's the reason why I totally love this series!

Ultimate Spider-Man #45

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley

With Peter nowhere to be found, Aunt May is nervous wreck -- and her burgeoning obsession with Spider-Man is starting to get out of hand.

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Green Goblin reviewed Ultimate Spider-Man #44 Jun 17, 2021
9.5

oh shit here we go again

Ultimate Spider-Man #44

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley

Ultimate Spider-Man meets the Uncanny X-Men! But while Spider-Man gets to galavant around with the media's mutant superstars, the question on everyone's lips is "Where is Peter Parker?"

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Green Goblin reviewed Ultimate Spider-Man #43 Jun 17, 2021
10

Hilarious!

Ultimate Spider-Man #43

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley

Peter Parker's double life comes back to bite him when he winds up facing his latest foe -- detention! Luckily, the X-Men are on hand to intercede and Spider-Man gets an offer he can't refuse!

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Green Goblin reviewed Ultimate Spider-Man #42 Jun 17, 2021
9.0

Such an idiot. And Peter too. He could really catch that guy in the fall and give him to the police. Why did he carried him away? Police must think, that they are working together...

Ultimate Spider-Man #42

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley

When talking fails, it's web-shooters to the rescue!

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Green Goblin reviewed Ultimate Spider-Man #41 Jun 17, 2021
9.0

Well, I don't like, that MJ came back to red so soon. I mean, how could she? Didn't she change the color of her hair?

Ultimate Spider-Man #41

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley

Game, set, Geldoff!

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Green Goblin reviewed Ultimate Spider-Man #40 Jun 17, 2021
10

I like this kind of comics. It's so realistic and cool.

Ultimate Spider-Man #40

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley

Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson -- item no more!

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8.0

Okay, now I understood, that this fairy tale was obviously about Shang Chi.

Well, it's nice comic, I kinda enjoyed reading it. The story seems rushy and badly concluded, I really wanted Shang Chi to teach Spidey some fighting lessons...

However, there was a lot of action and it's much better, than many other issues of this series. Nice conclusion for a very disputable comic more

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #16

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Rick Mays

Spidey might just convince Shang-Chi to teach him some new moves!

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7.5

It's not a bad comic and finally, this anime-like art fits the chinese atmosphere of the book. Spider-Man was pointless here again, but it was funny moment and it was cool to see Peter and Mary hanging out more, because they broke up in the Ultimate Spider-Man...

Shang Chi is a mystery here, I'm waiting for the conclusion of this story. I hope it won't disappoint me.

And mayb more

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #15

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Rick Mays

Does Spidey want to help Shang-Chi fight his father -- or does he just want the Master of Kung Fu to teach him some sweet moves?

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7.5

A good art and nice story, surprisingly. I almost lost my hope in this series. I hope last two issues will be not worse, than this.

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #14

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Terry Moore

In this espionage-flavored issue, our teenaged-sensation tries to help the sultry, sexy Russian spy named Natasha Romanov! But will our web-spinning wonder-boy fall under the Black Widow's spell?

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3.0

Did someone really pay for that?

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #13

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ted McKeever

Whosoever controls the Wand of Watoomb rules the world, which is why the evil sorcerer Xandu and the newly proclaimed Master of the Mystic Arts are tearing up a city trying to grab it!

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2.5

One of the worst drawings I saw in my life... It's awful, I hate it as much as I can hate it. Spider-Man is literally like a skeleton.

The story is shit too. I already hate ultimate Doctor Strange by his story. And I hate, that since the #4 Bendis tells us the whole origin of the character in first half (or more) of the issue. Boring, dissapointing.

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #12

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ted McKeever

Stephen Strange is a young man struggling with a legacy he didn't even know he had. See, his deceased father was a true master of magic, and now he's inherited his dad's sorcery... and his enemies! Will the novice adept's mystic might be enough to defeat the dark arts, even with the help of another wall-crawling rookie hero?

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8.0

More anime-like art... It's really not my type of style, but I even kinda liked it here... The issue is hilarious, there's no Spider-Man suit or some villain fights. Just Peter hanging out with his friends and the unexpected meeting with the X-Men. It was cool, to see them like that. I think, Ultimate Spider-Man series is really lacking of hangout moments like this.

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #11

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Chynna Clugston

Peter Parker and the gang skip school to hit the mall -- and so does Wolverine, Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Iceman, Colossus and Storm! So what will happen when Logan -- who knows Spidey's scent -- catches a whiff of Peter? Is the wall-crawler's secret busted?

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9.0

The best issue so far. That's what I was asking for. Beautiful art and the real connection with ultimate spider-man series. Here's Lizard... Defeated with a bit of help from Man-Thing. The story of ultimate Conners is almost the same as the mainstream one, but there's an alcohol issues, that makes it kinda different.

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #10

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ron Randall

Despondent that the funding for his cherished limb regeneration research is to be, pardon the pun, cut off, biologist Curt Conners turns himself into a guinea pig, and finds himself transformed into the lethal Lizard! The rapacious reptile seeks refugeā€¦

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2.0

This. Was. Just. A biggest. Bendis'. Mistake... It's not even the earth-1610, they literally kicked this crap out of canon... It's boring, it's stupid, it's awfully drawn (my eyes are bleedin').

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #9

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Jim Mahfood

Peter Parker goes to visit the Baxter Building, HQ of the Fantastic Four. It will be involved in a Skrull invasion that will began a big fight into the "Marvel Comics new offices"!

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4.5

Disappointment. Spider-Man again was almost nothing to the story and HE WAS ANNOYING. How did Bendis make him such annoying? And the art was worse, than in #7. Well, I still hate these deceptive covers. We got nothing like this, not Spider-Man/Punisher confrontation. Spider-Man/Daredevil team-up also wasn't a team-up at all. I almost hate this comic, but there are still some nice moments, for exam more

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #8

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Bill Sienkiewicz
Released: Oct 31, 2001

SPIDER-MAN & THE PUNISHER (& DAREDEVIL) PART 3 Spider-Man and Daredevil team up to take The Punisher down!

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6.0

The same artist, but the art is much better, surprisingly! But the story is still moving slowly and it's still not even close a Spider-Man/Punisher/Daredevil team-up. Not even confrontation. They all just do what they do... Spider-Man is still out of the picture for 99% of the issue.

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #7

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Bill Sienkiewicz
Released: Sep 26, 2001

SPIDER-MAN & THE PUNISHER (& DAREDEVIL) PART 2 After one of The Punisher's targets goes to Matt Murdock for help, Daredevil sets out to confront Frank Castle face-to-face!

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3.0

The art is a piece of illegible crap... The colors are even worse. I really don't like this style... Please, I want at least one good artist in this series...

I understand the atmosphere of the issue, but there are more ways to make you feel what characters feel, not only crappy dirty art.

Also it's definitely not a Spider-Man & Punisher team-up. There was almost no Spider-Ma more

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #6

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Bill Sienkiewicz
Released: Aug 29, 2001

SPIDER-MAN & THE PUNISHER PART 1 The Punisher has escaped from Ryker's Island! Spider-Man is on the scene!

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5.5

system respond. please stand by. system respond. please stand by. system respond. please stand by. system respond. please stand by. system respond. please stand by. and over and over and over... Useless helpless puny Iron Man just laying through the whole story... And this flashback origin of Stark was really badly put into the main storyline... The #4 issue was kinda promising, but this one is bo more

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #5

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mike Allred
Released: Aug 1, 2001

SPIDER-MAN & IRON MAN PART 2 The mysterious partner to the Latverian attackers is unveiled. Plus, Tony Stark's past is revealed!

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6.5

Did Bendis know, that it already was something to retcon? And what's wrong with the art in this series? The third penciler and still the same weird style... It does not feel ultimate at all, but the story is okay. Not cool, not great, okay.

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #4

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Mike Allred
Released: Jun 27, 2001

SPIDER-MAN & IRON MAN PART 1 After winning an essay contest, Peter Parker is awarded a trip to the Stark International Science Expo. When he arrives, Latverian soldiers attack! Iron Man shows up--will Spider-Man do the same?

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8.0

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #3

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Phil Hester
Released: May 30, 2001

SPIDER-MAN & HULK PART 2 The battle between Spidey and The Hulk rages on! Meanwhile, the U.S. military converges on Manhattan!

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8.5

It's not a "team-up" actually, but still better and more ultimate, than the first issue. However, I still don't really like the art. It's again better, than in previous comic, but it's not even close to the Bagley's masterpieces.

Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #2

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Phil Hester
Released: Apr 25, 2001

SPIDER-MAN & HULK PART 1 Spidey learns that a green menace is making its way towards Manhattan. Thinking it to be the Green Goblin, he swings out to confront it, only to find The Hulk instead!

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