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Marvel Graphic Novel: Nuevos Ultimates (Coleccionable Ultimate #61)

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Contiene Ultimate Comics. New Ultimates 1-5 USA.
Sólo unos pocos superhéroes sobrevivieron a Ultimatum. Entonces, ¿quién queda para unirse a la reinvención del más poderoso equipo de superhéroes? ¡Es el nacimiento de los Nuevos Ultimates! Con Thor muerto, Loki desata su venganza contra la Tierra y Iron Man debe reunir el mayor número posible de aliados en la mayor aventura
Hardcover, Marvel Graphic Novels, 128 pages
Published May 2011 by Panini Comics España (Marvel Comics) (first published 2010)
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Did anyone else have a problem telling Enchantress, Carol Danvers, and Valkyrie apart when they were just showing a head shot?
Three blondes, with the same haircut (or veeery subtle differences?), and they all had the same face!
It's the little things, you know?

It was ok, I guess. Nothing spectacular to report.
No socks blown off or anything. Just a blandish story about Thor's return from the world of the dead.
This should have been a pretty easy win for Loeb, though.
If he'd focused the story on
Hmmm... let's see the back cover here for a moment: "Thor Reborn is an epic tale of betrayal, loss, and wild adventure". Epic? Not so much. Wild adventure? Meh. What we have here is 3 or 4 issues' worth of story stretched into 5 parts (mercifully not more) with *seemingly* a lot happening, but in reality quite the opposite.

Here's a quick recap of the WHOLE story:

#1-Ultimate Defenders tussle with the New Ultimates and steal Mjolnir; Hela wants an heir from Thor; Tony Stark and Carol Danvers are k
I bought this for less that half the cover price, and I'm not sure it was worth it. Well, I should probably explain.

I like Frank Cho's art a lot. Actually, I *love* Frank Cho's art. And he's actually (in my opinion) getting better with each of these projects. Yes, it's slick and highly commercial, especially his women (his true area of expertise), but it's also very pleasing to the eye, and the compositions are becoming more dynamic as he goes along. Compare this to, say, his work with Bendis on
Crystal Starr Light
Mixed bag. The art wasn't bad (though the number of @ss shots of the ladies in thongs and skintight suits was ridiculous). I was a bit disappointed that in a graphic novel titled "Thor Reborn" there wasn't more Thor. Kinda weird how Thor has this Eternal Love (though I didn't read the comics where she was properly introduced, so I probably shouldn't judge this aspect too harshly). Definitely not a fan of the monologuing. Wasn't necessary to the story, didn't really develop the character, and ten ...more
Is it only Ultimate-Universe Marvel comics that Jeph Loeb fucks up? That must be it, because I can't see any other reason why this guy is still getting work.

To be fair, Thor Reborn isn't as terrible as Ultimates 3 or Ultimatum, not by a longshot, but it labors to make five issues out of a two-issue arc and is further struggling beneath ludicrous art by Frank Cho. The battle scenes, mcguffenesque in that they exist only to have an excuse to draw everybody together, are visually interesting but I
Sam Quixote
Thor's in Valhalla and Loki invades Earth (or New York which basically stands for Earth apparently) with an army of trolls. Enchantress plays her part by brainwashing the women heroes who take down the Ultimates.

Not the best setup given that it's expected that Thor returns and beats up the trolls, which he does of course far too easily.

I loved Mark Millar's run on the Ultimates and thought it was the best possible start a writer could give to Marvel, incorporating all of their beloved heroes i
Obviously this Ultimate Marvel world is different than the regular Marvel Universe, but in this one, there aren't many heroes left at all. The New Ultimates are the only real team left (Cap, Iron Man, Hawkeye, Black Panther, Valkryie etc.) In this world, Thor is dead, but Loki is up to his tricks, and we still see what Thor is up to in Valhalla. What will happen when the God of Thunder returns from the dead? Who will be safe and who will be targeted? Everyone is kind of an asshole in this book, ...more
La Revistería Comics
Panini Nos trae un tomo en tapa dura de 128 páginas que recopila los números USA de New Ultimates 1 al 5, publicados allí entre mayo y septiembre de2010, con guiones de Jeph Loeb y dibujos de Frank Cho.

Antecedentes: tras lo acontecido en Ultimatum tanto el mundo como el grupo de superhéroes ha quedado diezmado. Thor, Hank Pym (Hombre Gigante) y Janet Van Dyne (La Avispa) han muerto, así que los Nuevos Ultimates que se alojan en el Triskelion bajo la protección de una S.H.I.E.LD. liderada por Car
Seldom have I read a more pointless story. Only slightly enlivened by multiple superheroines with large breasts...
Sam Soule
Loeb wrote this? Did somebody put a gun to his head? Reads like it.
Who approved Jeph Loeb to write on the Ultimate universe again? All of the other Ultimate Comics line are trying their damnedest to recover from the mess that was Ultimatum but we have to suffer through another Loeb penned work.

The narrating is god-awful. One character narrates each issue and really it has little to do with what is happening on panel. I'm fairly certain you could read every issue without it and it wouldn't make a difference.

I love/hate Frank Cho. He does great pin-up women, but
Scotty Cameron
New Ultimates Thor Reborn is when the New Ultimates find the Defenders trying to steal M'Jionr (Thor's Hammer). Meanwhile Thor's is in Hel about to have a baby with Hela. Enchantress has turned all the female Ultimates against their comrades until her spell is broken. Once Loki kills Valkerie Thor's love Thor is resurrected and seeks vengeance. The thing I like about this is yet again it's a Marvel team dealing with a classic villain but this time it's the Loki we're all familiar with unlike in ...more
Frank Cho on an Avengers book is a great idea, but I wish Jeph Loeb had a better story to tell. There's a lot of eye candy with double-page spreads because Cho is known best for drawing curvy women and dinosaurs well.

But I could do away with Loeb's usage of character inner-thought text captions all together as locale captions and dialogue are enough to propel a story for me. The technique worked fine during his first Batman/Superman story (six issue) arc, but less so here. I'll try to be as dire
The Ultimates story lines deliberately shoots for edgier. The heroes don't necessarily like each other and they have no regrets when killing the bad guys. Okay, I get it.

But every hero in Thor Reborn walks around with a chip on his/her shoulder, and every one sees a physical confrontation as the solution regardless of it's a teammate or enemy. Because of this, the characters are bland.

Iron Man is a jerk, but so is Hawkeye. Zarda loses her temper and so does Thor. They're all walking power kegs,
Federiken Masters
Jun 03, 2014 Federiken Masters rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Incondicionales de la franquicia
Recommended to Federiken by: Morbo
La verdad que me acerqué a este tomo temiendo lo peor y, para ser de Jeph Loeb, me llevé una grata sorpresa. Pensé que después de los ultrapolitizados e inabarcables Ultimates de Millar, este señor sólo podía arruinar lo poco que quedara en pie (de hecho, me dijeron que de eso se encarga en Ultimates 3, que todavía no he tenido el masoquismo de leer), sobre todo teniendo en cuenta lo boludazo que me pareció Ultimatum. Pero no, cuenta una historia tirando a estándar pero lo suficientemente movida ...more
Frank Cho is an amazing artist and has always delivered great artwork but it's a shame its wasted on Jeph Loeb's New Ultimates. Jeph Loeb has yet to win back my affections after the horrid Ultimatum and this series although not as bad certainly doesn't redeem him in my opinion.

The story is mediocre; I didn't care for the conflict which was silly and the progress of the story was slow and rather boring. Once again characters engage in relationships that aren't crucial to the story; although I did
I know, I said I wasn't going to after Ultimatum but it was in the library so it's not like I paid for it. Still wasn't worth it. Actually, I thought it was by Hickman and didn't really check - if I had realised it was by Loeb I definitely wouldn't have bothered.

So, what happens? Lots of fighting and bickering, lots of recaps and an annoying narrative device where a single character (different each time) provides a background expositionary commentary. Trouble is, each voice sounds the same throu
Blake Bouza
Kind of a terrible read compared to the fantastic Ultimates 1&2 and the upcoming "Ultimates" after this, but I guess it sets up a couple of important things for Thor.
Holden Attradies
Another Jeph Loeb Ultimate book that only seemed good because I was expecting it to have no reading qualities what so ever.

Again with this distracting narration through each issue that adds nothing to story and in fact takes away from what is happening on page.

Although the art was good, I found the over sexualization of the female characters very distracting. On at least one occasion the only thing in panel of one of these characters are her boobs. The writer and artist took a retailing of a cla
After Ultimatum, Thor comes back! This was actually reasonably enjoyable; I like Carol Danvers a lot. (I always like Carol Danvers a lot.)
Man made gods,and reborn heroes. Throw in some tricks from Loki,and a great story is born.
Marc Pastor
Quin conyàs. Història idiota i mal explicada. El dibuix molt maco, però si no diu res...
pietro n wanda dead? what book did i miss? not bad, some lull. art good.
The Ultimate universe started very strong but leading up to the Ultimatum event, the event itself, and what first followed, the universe has been declining. This might be step forward finally. The story was really good, while too salacious for the hero books I enjoy. I always love a good Loki story and this is what this book truly is. The house got cleaned and hopefully the future will continue on this path. The art by Frank Cho is, of course, amazing. He meshes cheesecake with cartoony action p ...more
Angela Davis
While the artwork was stunning the story was a bit lacking. I found that I am not a fan of the Ultimates timeline but if you are this is a good story. Tells of how Thor returned from Valhala and the sacrifices each of the team members made.
Shannon Appelcline
Generally a good volume, particularly the first three issues which have nice characterization for two of the Ultimates and for Valkyrie. It weakens a bit at the end, which devolves into a two-issue big fight.
Pretty much embodies what a lot people hate about superhero comics. Big fights, big boobs, little outfits, and little plot. It wasn't terrible but it wasn't very good.
Meh !
Great story but confusing as the three female leads all looked the same... blonde slim and same facial features. Not the best comic I've read.
Frank Cho, cover-to-cover artwork. Very pleasing to look at. The story is much better than Loeb's incestuous Pietro and Wanda plot.
Not as great as the Mark Millar Ultimates stuff, but this is still engaging and intense. Good stuff.
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Joseph "Jeph" Loeb III is an Emmy and WGA nominated American film and television writer, producer and award-winning comic book writer. Loeb was a Co-Executive Producer on the NBC hit show Heroes, and formerly a producer/writer on the TV series Smallville and Lost.

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