Ultimates 2 - Volume 2: Grand Theft America

Ultimates 2 - Volume 2: Grand Theft America


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Tony and Natasha are on the eve of their wedding... but when Nick Fury makes his move against the mysterious traitor that's been plaguing the team, the team will never be the same! Also, Captain America and Wasp hit a serious snag in their relationship...is this the end for the Ultimate Universe's hottest couple? Is this the beginning of the end for the Ultimates?

Collects Ultimates 2 #7-13.

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ISBN-13: 9780785117902
Publisher: Marvel
Publication date: 07/11/2007
Series: Ultimates 2 Series , #4
Pages: 232
Sales rank: 569,915
Product dimensions: 6.75(w) x 10.25(h) x 0.37(d)
Age Range: 15 - 18 Years

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Ultimates 2 - Volume 2: Grand Theft America 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Ultimates 'Avengers' are totally breaking apart all due to Loki's mischief and thirst for attention. Putting Thor in a looney bin and framing another Avenger for the murder of Hawk-Eye's family was just the tip of the iceberg in this well written story. 'Grand Theft America' isn't just a title or a synonym for something real deep America as a country is stolen! It's up to every hero in the Ultimate Marvel Universe to set things right. There are alot of cameos and all out WAR from begining to end. Hawkeye is brought to a new level of awesome that not even the toughest of Mutants can compete with. When he is captured and sent to prison... well I won't spoil it anymore. A definant MUST-READ for fans of Marvel and Ultimate Marvel.
MeditationesMartini on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
On points this really gets a four, and the obvious relish for tormenting even fictional humans in such an intense way unsettles me a little but I think they pull it off. But my God, Mark Millar, it's not enough to just go "They all get my politics, they all know this is tongue way in cheek," and then paint a superhero caricature right-wing enough for Little Green Footballs as well as over-the-top enough for the modern nerd desensitized by the internet. It's not enough to, like, BE the irony; it has to be in the story in some kind of visible form, or you're part of the problem. So, like, gross. But very tight, well-plotted, gripping, etc., with many surprises, and the last chapter is great- the actual win condition, when you hate America more than you have all day, salvages things in maybe the only way they could be salvaged - WITH ASGARDIANS. Should I be putting spoiler tags on these reviews? Meh.
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