I was reading this IGN article:
And while normally, I don't like IGN's opinion pieces because they are the total opposite opinions to mine most of the time so I just don't read them, this one got me thinking.
Is it time the Ultimate Universe ended, or slimmed down it's line up?
Looking at the books both Ultimate X-Men and Fantastic Four are in decline. Those books could easily be removed leaving the talented creative teams on both to work on other books for Marvel.
Who knows if The Ultimates will remain a top seller when Millar and Hitch leave, I'm tempted to say it won't but that's just me speculating.
Even Ultimate Spider-Man is slipping in sales and most people seem to agree the quality has dropped since around about #60 even though it appears to be picking back up.
Is there still a place for these books? Couldn't the talent be used in the Marvel Universe, where the books are doing alot better then they were 5 years ago?