I'm a big fan of the Ultimate series, it's more realistic and it really pulls you in. I think for the most part the personalites of the characters are pretty much true to how we know them, just with a little modern twist at times, which is nice. I like how true to the original character they made Wolverine but I do think it was a mistake to have him kill that child in issue, i think it was issue 41. We all know Wolverine that is something that character would NEVER do in any universe. He has killed a lot in his life but children! Nothing could make Wolverine kill a child and I think that was wrong of the writers to do that, he doesn't even seem sorry for it. I could even see the Ultimate Professor Xavier doing that by shutting off the kids mind or something though I know Wolverine did it without Xavier's knowledge. I know it's a stretch but Xavier has been known to do some pretty shady things in all the universes but Wolverine is someone who knows his dark side but treasures innocence above all else because it's something that he doesn't have so I really think it was a mistake for the writers to do that. What do all of you think?