Ultimate Comics Wolverine vs. Hulk

Ultimate Comics Wolverine vs. Hulk

by David Lindelof, Leinil Francis Yu

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ISBN-13: 9780785171140
Publisher: Marvel Enterprises, Inc.
Publication date: 10/25/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
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File size: 51 MB
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Ultimate Comics Wolverine vs. Hulk 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When this first came out in comic book form, it literally took years to finish. Now as a collected edition you can read the story in a single sitting. Nick Fury needs Wolverine to take care of a problem. Take out the Hulk. Needless to say, the meeting between Logan and the Hulk results in mayhem along with a couple of twists no one sees coming. Overall, a story that gets better with each reading. It does take place in Marvel's Ultimate universe so there are a few differences in characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The writing is superb and the art is gorgeous. A must have for any Hulk fan.
schatzi on LibraryThing 19 days ago
I really didn't have high expectations for this trade; I only bought it because I really like Ultimate Hulk (really, the character of Hulk in any verse), and I wanted to see what had happened to him after he supposedly was executed for killing hundreds of people during a rampage in Manhattan (as seen in the Ultimates title). Well, big surprise, the Hulk didn't die. Instead, he managed to survive a nuclear weapon and managed to make his way to France, then Ireland, then India, and finally Tibet. While in Tibet, he tried to find a way to quell the Hulk's anger and sort of succeeded...until Wolverine, who was sent by Nick Fury to "eliminate the threat" of the Hulk, tracks the Hulk down in his mountainside retreat. There's an epic battle - and the introduction of Ultimate She Hulk.So, like I said, I didn't have high expectations, and I ended up loving this trade. The dialogue is witty, interesting, and really well-done, and there's a discernible plot that's actually quite good (which seems to be a rarity in the latter Ultimate books). The art is okay - rather sketchy at times, but I love some of the page layouts, which are really snappy and draw the reader's attention. I love the little nods to 616-verse - the biggest probably being that Logan is "Patch" for a little while - and Logan's scrapes (including ticking off a panda) are hilarious. Overall, a great trade from the Ultimate line.Disambiguation note: This trade was released right around when the "Ultimate" line technically ended and the "Ultimate Comics" line started. So this trade is sometimes called "Ultimate Comics Wolverine Vs. Hulk." The book's spine says "Ultimate Comics Wolverine Vs. Hulk," while the book has "Ultimate Wolverine Vs. Hulk" on the cover. They're the same book.
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Liked the story, good artwork. Good buy.
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