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IT’S BAAAAAACK! And it’s going ALL THE WAY! The ultimate smackdown brought to you by the Emmy award-winning co-creator of the hit show LOST, Damon Lindelof, and superstar artist Leinil Yu (Secret Invasion) makes its triumphant return!! The preliminaries are out of the way, and now it’s time for the battle of the century between one hirsute X-Man and one Jade Giant. It ain’t gonna end pretty.

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Better Late than Never? 0

 Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk is written by the co-creator of the TV show Lost, and so it almost goes without saying that this miniseries plays around a lot with narrative point of view and temporality, to varying degrees of success. This issue wavers between innovative and incomprehensible- in the larger context of the series as a whole it makes sense, but on its own this issue is a jumbled mess of barely recognizable flashbacks and flashforwards. Admittedly, it’s a bit unfair to jud...

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Three years later.... 0

That's right, literally three years after issue #2 came out.... Here comes issue number three, into your bedroom, with a dozen roses, telling you over and over, "I swear baby, nothing happened!" Well, something did happen, you were gone for three years. But hey, at least they're taking the time to come back and finish it, which is more than I can say for other series.... AHEM... kevin smith....You may noticed I only gave this puppy 3 stars, that's right... 3 stars. Well, it's only a three star b...

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