Ultimate Fantastic Four, Vol. 5: Crossover
Mark Millar returns to Ultimate Fantastic Four, and he's brought X-Men: Phoenix - Endsong superstar Greg Land with him! Even in their short careers, the Ultimate FF have seen a lot of amazing things - but nothing will prepare them for the world they're about to enter! Reed Richards has used his... show more
Mark Millar returns to Ultimate Fantastic Four, and he's brought X-Men: Phoenix - Endsong superstar Greg Land with him! Even in their short careers, the Ultimate FF have seen a lot of amazing things - but nothing will prepare them for the world they're about to enter! Reed Richards has used his scientific genius to contact an Earth in a surprisingly familiar parallel dimension - and he's ready to visit! Plus: The shocking secret of the Storm family is finally revealed! Locked away at the bottom of the ocean for 5,000 years, Namor the Sub-Mariner's Atlantean tomb has been breached; now, he's back to rule a planet. This is a Namor you've never seen before with a vastly different agenda. This is Ultimate Namor! Learn about the ties between Atlantis, the Ultimate Inhumans and the super-races that existed before man ruled the Earth! Collects Ultimate Fantastic Four #21-26.
Publish date: April 12th 2006
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
, Alternate History
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
, Comic Book
Series: Ultimate Fantastic Four trade paperbacks (#5)
Well, for me, not the FF. They've got to deal with zombified versions of themselves, who are older, smarter, and more experienced than they are. And after that, Namor: possibly the strongest being on the planet, who've they've just released from his ten-thousand year stint in Atlantean prison. ...
I liked some of the stuff in this book. The Marvel Zombies universe bit was suitably zombieish and creepy, and the discovery of Namor was a lot of fun for how he messed with Reed. But the art... oh god, the art. I cannot get past how often the characters, especially female characters, look like blow...
I did not like this one as much as the others in the series, but it is still a good series overall. See my short note on it here:[http://gypsylibrarian.blogspot.com/2006/08/short-booknotes-on-graphic-novels-5.html]