Mark Millar Greg Land
Ultimate Fantastic Four, Volume 5: Crossover
May 11, 2020 Comments.. 596
Ultimate Fantastic Four Volume 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 n
  • Title: Ultimate Fantastic Four, Volume 5: Crossover
  • Author: Mark Millar Greg Land
  • ISBN: 9780785118022
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 dimenMark 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 Collecting Ultimate Fantastic Four 21 26
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    1. Bookwraiths says:

      Marvel zombies Namor Great art from Land and solid stories from Millar Best Ultimate Fantastic Four yet.

    2. Sesana says:

      Probably my least favorite volume of Ultimate FF so far Time travel is wasted on what ends up being barely than an aside, nobody needed the Marvel Zombies to crossover with the Ultimate universe or 616, for that matter , the notion that the military who run the Baxter Building would just capture the zombies instead of incinerating them is laughable, and I always hate Greg Land s oversexed, copy and paste art.

    3. Gavin says:

      This is a solid 3.5 Star book that introduced a bunch of new possibilities, but docked back to 3 because it just abandoned a lot of what I loved about the series under Ellis watch.Mark Millar is back in control here, and that s a good thing, because Mike Carey was by far the weakest link in the chain well, when you have Bendis, Millar, Ellis, Carey one of these things is NOT like the other.I found the last volume quite a disappointment, but this one is an improvement, though I still find that Wa [...]

    4. Shadowdenizen says:

      Surprisingly, one of the best volumes to date of this saga.

    5. Jedhua says:

      Other Useful Reviews Sesana s reviewBook Info This collection contains Ultimate Fantastic Four issues 21 26.OVERALL RATING ABSOLUTE RATING 2 5 stars STANDARDIZED RATING 2 5 stars Review for Crossover ABSOLUTE RATING 2 5 stars STANDARDIZED RATING 2 5 starsThe Fantastic Four has recently gone public So whenever Reed isn t in the lab working on government funded research projects, he and his team are out saving the world alongside big shot superheroes like The Ultimates Reed s current project at th [...]

    6. J says:

      Ehhhhhh It was pretty good, but not amazing I wasn t crazy about the art Or the plot Or the dialogue Or even the characters However, it was still pretty good But it did have the zombie Avengers from a parallel universe And Namor Lord of Douches Oh, Namor.

    7. Matt says:

      Collects Ultimate Fantastic Four issues 21 26I really enjoyed this volume in which Mark Millar makes his return to writing the series.The collection is split into two distinct parts.The first part features the Ultimate Reed Richards creating a bridge between parallel universes Unfortunately, the bridge leads to a universe in which Earth has been ravaged by a zombie plague This storyline is the first appearance of the Marvel Zombies universe in Marvel Comics.The second part of the book is about t [...]

    8. Garrett Ballendine says:

      Goodbye sense of continuity and sense Also beware Greg Land for he is at his worst here.

    9. Travis says:

      Much improved across the board from the last horrid volume But considering how bad Ultimate Fantastic Four, Vol 4 Inhuman was it didn t take much so this is still a mediocre collection at best.The first half finds Reed Richards opening a portal to the Marvel Zombies Ah, Marvel Zombies I used to love them but they re actually tedious than I remember and got way overexposed This is an extremely simplistic story with not much development of anything, although the ending does open some possibilitie [...]

    10. Edward Cheer says:

      At least it s better than Inhuman was and good Lord, what a trashy entry was Inhumans The whole zombie story that took up the first half was fun It was simple and made sense But a couple of things kind of didn t You re telling me that Magneto was the ONLY super power that wasn t bitten by this mysterious zombie entity thing that took over the world What about Juggernaut Colossus Ant Man I m pretty sure they could have avoided being bitten by the zombies Hell, I d even chuck Iron Man and Thor in [...]

    11. Stacey says:

      OK, I get it Sue s hot I don t understand why she can t wear a shirt that covers her midriff It seem impractical that every thing she owns exposes her abs Actually, with a new artist every member of the team looks great Except when he tries to show surprise With surprise they sort of look like a blow up doll.Once again, Crossover contains two relatively unrelated stories I think these volumes would be a lot better if Miller used space to tell his tale The Zombie storyline could certainly have u [...]

    12. Jeff Raymond says:

      Five stars for the writing, three for the art This is sort of a continuation introduction of the whole Marvel Zombies arc that happened and I missed It puts the whole thing at the feet of Reed, does some cool cosmic interdimensional stuff, introduces NamorIt s just a tight, great read The art, not so much Very plastic looking, a few really ridiculous poses from some of the females The consistency of the artwork has been a problem throughout this series, so it was unfortunate to see it this way.

    13. Feather Mista says:

      Un arco argumental bien armado y muy entretenido, gracias a los di logos y situaciones de Mark Pochoclo radioactivo Millar y Greg Photoshop Killed the Pornstar Land Est bueno c mo da pie este crossover para todo el quilombo de Marvel Zombies cuya primera parte me encant y a su vez se dispara para otro lado con el asunto del bichito lovecraftiano en Johnny, el plan de Doom y toda la bola Le do de la edici n Marvel Deluxe espa ola, que incluye esta saga y la siguiente, y que supongo que terminar r [...]

    14. Lissibith says:

      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 up dolls, or just plain unsettling The Thing than the others occasionally goes all uncanny valley in this style.

    15. Tony says:

      For those familiar with it, this is where the Marvel Zombie universe came from Reed Richards is working on interdimensional communication when he comes in contact with an older version of himself looks just like Ioan Gruffudd, yes 2 d s, from the newer movies He gets the team lured into the zombie world as food prospects, and are almost eaten until they are saved by Magneto of all people who is protecting what s left of the uninfected humans.

    16. Sean Brennan says:

      Two story arcs in this collection firstly the introduction of The Marvel Zombies that showed great potential until the idea was destroyed by Robert Kirkman, and secondly the introduction of a now resurrected 9000 year old Namor to the Ultimate Universe.Both arcs were well written and Land s artwork quite simply superb, the series is getting better with each arc.

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    18. Tara Calaby says:

      Thank GOODNESS they didn t continue the art used in the fourth TPB collection The art here is absolutely gorgeous in comparison Plot wise, okay, these aren t the most ground breaking stories ever, but I am a sucker for anything involving other Marvel characters and here you get both the Sub Mariner AND a whole universe worth of zombie Marvel superheroes.

    19. Craig says:

      Wow, is the art in this volume ever amazing Story arcs include Reed crossing over to the zombie world and bringing back undead versions of the Fantastic Four, and Sue s and Johnny s mother returning, having found the lost continent of Atlantis, which leads to the release of supercriminal Namor The story is good, but the art is just sensational.

    20. J. says:

      The zombie storyline is good, but the Namor story while having a nice twist on the character is rather forgettable The entertainment factor of this book, however, is frequently ruined by nonsensical science, which is a shame The FF should have lots of good, weird sci fi ideas, not scientific gobbledygook C mon, Millar

    21. Angel says:

      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 gypsylibrarian 20

    22. Angela says:

      This introduces zombies and Namor, what do you need to know The zombie storyline was cool, but it is the Namor one that gets the reader involved At last, a decent storyline.

    23. Frank Taranto says:

      The story of the FF goes on.

    24. Brian says:

      Marvel Zombies started here

    25. DeAnna Knippling says:

      Clever, although I got tired of Sue Storm as bimbo face reeeeeally fast.

    26. Rob McMonigal says:

      See my review here trebrovejournal 222360.

    27. Zach Danielson says:

      So that s where the Marvel Zombies originated Huh.

    28. Martyn Perry says:

      The Marvel Zombies elements were definitely the most interesting, but the introduction of the Namor storyline and Atlantis felt random This also meant that it made the zombies thread feel rushed.

    29. Tamahome says:

      Nice Greg Land art Great faces.

    30. Scott says:

      Zombies and Namor A great set of stories and fantastic art

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