Last edited by wyokid; 02-10-2013 at 11:51 AM.
Now, if Mark Waid gets the praise of character developement because there's a new reinvention of the character due to another writer's conclusion, why doesn't Hickman get any credit for how he worked out things from Ultimate X? See, it's again you using the words "character development" and "out of character" because you read about these in a forum and interviews, but you don't know what they mean.
Marriage Era Spidey bashers are shameful opportunists (Like you REALLY didn't enjoy a single Spidey comic in 20 years)
Conversely, BND haters REALLY need to get over their continuity elitism already
THE ULTIMATES --- 5
THE ULTIMATES 2 --- 4.5
THE ULTIMATES 3 --- 1
ULTIMATUM --- 1
NEW ULTIMATES --- 0
ULTIMATE COMICS: ARMOR WARS --- 3
ULTIMATE COMICS: THOR --- 4
ULTIMATE COMICS: CAPTAIN AMERICA --- 5
ULTIMATE COMICS: IRON MAN --- 4
ULTIMATE COMICS: AVENGERS --- 5
ULTIMATE COMICS: AVENGERS 2 --- 4
ULTIMATE COMICS: AVENGERS 3 --- 2.5
ULTIMATE COMICS: AVENGERS VS NEW ULTIMATES --- 2
ULTIMATE COMICS: THE ULTIMATES (Hickman) --- 4.5
ULTIMATE COMICS: THE ULTIMATES (Humphries) --- 1.5
There was lots of character development. Hulk found a superbeing whom he could trust and whom he could even call a friend. And his agenda was all for the one he loved, to rescue Betty Ross aka She-Hulk. It's more character development than Ultimate Hulk has ever recieved! What are you talking about, Wyo?
Have you read classic Hulk comics?I have never understood Classic Hulk comics
How about you read the books before judging them by their covers?Even concepts that I think are cool like Planet Hulk or WWH lose me because Banner isn't doing anything and the Hulk's adventures feel entirely disconnected from what else is going on in the MU.
Sure, doesn't mean the past was bad.Waid's contextualizing Hulk like Ultimate Hulk and I love it.