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Ultimate Spider-Man, Volume 9: Ultimate Six

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2008

    Spidey where are you?

    I am still reading it but so far I am very dissapointed with peter and how he looks he appears to be seven years older and with black instead of the normal brown hair. it is centered around Nick Fury and the Ultimates. I thought this was a Spiderman comic not an Ultimates comic. It is good besides the fact that it is Ultimates with some spidey not the other way around.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2007

    Spider-man meets The Ultimates

    This book is all right but the when you first see Flint aka: Sandman you could see that they didn't try, because he really looks like they got the look from the 70', and on top of that every book seems to start where the last one ended, but in this one book eight dosen't seem to have happened and you really see Spidy only twice once in the begging and then at the end. Howevere I did like the way Norman aka: Green Goblen tricked Peter by thiking she was in danger and then the way Captan America told Peter she was aclly safe. SORRY FOR GIVING IT AWAY, but the fight seen at the White House was cool to bad the only time we see the White House in a Marvel movie was in X-Men 2

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    Posted March 11, 2009

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