The Ultimates 2, Volume 1: Troubleshooters

The Ultimates 2, Volume 1: Troubleshooters Who Or What Is The Cosmic Jailer What Being Could Be Powerful Enough To Chain Eternity Itself That Is The Mystery That Galactus Must Solve Before It S Too Late Ultimate Problems Require Ultimate Solutions, And The Former World Eater Will Call On Those Who Helped Cure His Insatiable Hunger Captain Marvel, Black Panther, Blue Marvel, Spectrum And Ms America Together They Are The Ultimates, Protectors Of The Omniverse But Now They Are Something The Newest Heralds Of Galactus The Lifebringer Plus When The Calendar Reaches Deep, Dark December, It S Time For Long Nights, Jingle Bellsand Spooky Stories Now Imagine The Ultimate Ghost, Haunting The Largest House Of All A Specter That Haunts A Whole Reality The Shaper S Ghost Is At The Door Of Taa II And The Ultimates Must Catch It Collecting The Ultimates

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  • Paperback
  • 136 pages
  • The Ultimates 2, Volume 1: Troubleshooters
  • Al Ewing
  • English
  • 05 April 2017
  • 9781302906757

10 thoughts on “The Ultimates 2, Volume 1: Troubleshooters

  1. says:

    Great imagination from Ewing This story is on a higher level than any before it in Marvel It s truly cosmic

  2. says:

    The Ultimates have disbanded in the wake of Civil War II, only to immediately get back together There s a new big bad that is trying to destroy the multiverse and the hierarchy of cosmic beings gets shaken to its core Plus we get the Marvel U analogues of a bunch of characters from the New Universe in the Troubleshooters.The Good The book had a Warren Ellis penned The Authority vibe to it This was surprisingly really good and coherent which is hard to do when dealing with cosmic characters The Troubleshooters were really cool and I like how Spectrum s powers are evolving.The Bad It s still a little hard for me to care about any of Marvel s cosmic characters I ve always thought they were kind of pointless.The Ugly Some of the coloring had a 90 s CGI vibe to it that looked really fake and kind of airbrushy I hated it The cover of the book is a good example.

  3. says:

    Very interesting This series it seems there was a book before this one put together a team that deals with cosmic level threats In this volume, what happened to the cosmic entities after the events of Secret Wars, the collapsing of the multiverse Beings such as The Living Tribunal, Chaos and Order, the In Betweener etc reorient themselves to the new universe, but sometimes their actions threaten all of existence The story contains very high level cosmic ideas, so if you like those characters and grand, epic ramifications, then this is for you My main gripe is that they constantly reference multiple universes when I thought all of that disappeared after Secret Wars.The art isnot the best It fluctuates between scratchy traditional art and amateur computer graphics from the 80 s Better visuals may have helped to bring this to the next level, but I was mainly fascinated by the ideas here, even though the human brain at least mine can t quite comprehend what all of it means and just end up going with it.

  4. says:

    Sadly, I think I m going to be dropping this book I really like most of these characters, but I don t care for the art and I m not big on super cosmic level threat comics, and the very nature of reality is apparently going to be an ongoing concern in this book Call me shallow, but I d prefer slightly lower stakes in a regularly published book.

  5. says:

    Continuing the ludicrously high stakes cosmic epic, this explains nothing less than the origins of the multiverse and why someone objects to that If Iron Maiden made a rock opera derived from Ghost Light, it could be something like this, and that s high praise indeed The plot where a bunch of New Universe riffs are messing with our heroes enthused me less, but I guess selling Marvel on a series that s just cosmic entities being bonkers might have been tougher.

  6. says:

    42nd book read in 2018.Number 20 out of 702 on my all time book list.Very epic in scope, but not so complicated that you feel lost.

  7. says:

    Read as single issues Moving swiftly on from the events of Civil War II, the Ultimates have been disbandedbut that ain t gunna stop em Called back to arms by America Chavez and Galactus, the Ultimates face their biggest threat yet someone has chained Eternity itself, and threatens the balance of the entire universe Al Ewing goes hard on the cosmic concepts here, from the appearances of Lord Order and Master Chaos, the emergence of a Troubleshooters team that s very familiar to newUniverse readers, and the ultimate identity of the threat itself, but manages to keep the personal crises of the characters in focus too, from Carol and T Challa s change in viewpoints to Black Marvel and Spectrum s potential romance and even Galactus feelings on his new role in the universe.Inheriting the book from Kenneth Rocafort comes Travel Foreman, who is than capable of keeping up with all the cosmic crazy and depicting some absolutely nutso things with relative ease All those gross Animal Man things gave Foreman a solid background for this stuff.A for Ewing and friends once again.

  8. says:

    It is amazing how good this book is.Ewing takes the cosmic personifications seriously, introduces new personifications, gives us an exciting story about them, and offers the possibility of real change He supplements all of that with a history of the Marvel omniverse.He continues his reintroduction of New Universe characters, or rather of their analogues in the Marvel Universe after the White Event He manages to make them feel like a totally organic extension of their New Universe origins, but totally new too.He tells a great story about the Ultimates, with great characterization for all of them.He manages to balance the cosmic with the personal.And he also makes it all feel like on extension of the excellent storylines by Hickman that made the Avengers so great before Secret Wars brought the whole Marvel Universe to a grinding halt.And somehow Ewing does that in six amazing, coherent issues.

  9. says:

    I m confused by this book Al Ewing writes a great, fun, big ideas story right He s got a comics sensibility, a flair for non tinny dialogue and likes his characters So why did it take me months to wade through this book Why does the concept of Galactus the Lifebringer somehow get weighed down by all the cosmic heads in sky into a battle that lacks any tension Is there anything left for our human heroes even as overpowered as they are to play It s a bit like watching some kid with 50 in his pocket step up to a mafia table and try to play along it s not even in the same league.

  10. says:

    Another Marvel Space Book Carol Danvers Ho Hum Boring, which is to be expected However neither the art nor the writing is completely awful There are hints of interest the Troubleshooters themselves are interesting But Marvel Space Books generally put me to sleep and this one is no exception.

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