Nick Fury no contest. Think of 3 Ultimate Universe stories off the back of your head right now(No cheating the first 3) and tell me none of them didn't include Fury.
Nice to see Pryde as a nominee, I really think at times shes made even better than her 616 counterpart.
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I have to say Captain America too. Almost every super hero has ties to him or the super soldier program. He's been trying to deal with living in the modern world and solve most of its problems with his tactical and fighting skills.
Mutant side of the UU, Wolverine.
Human side of the UU, Cap.
Fury is the bridge b/t the two.
If we are talking from a out of universe perspective you could make an argument for Peter.
1) Find a bad guy
2) Be Wolverine
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Nick Fury because he hes got his fingers in all the pies. Alternatively, Peter Parker because he was the heart of the Ultimate Universe and represented the best it could be.
"Power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely."
"With great power comes great responsibility."
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I don't think he was a 'dick' to Peter. He just never accepted him as a super-soldier or a soldier of any kind. You gotta think, Cap fought in WW2 and probably witnessed a lot of kids as young as 16 getting blown apart by ammunition on the battlefield.
What really separates the Ultimate Universe from the 616 is its common narrative thread. Nearly every superhero on Earth-1610 is a direct result of Steve Rogers becoming Captain America.
Granted, the writers haven't really used him in this fashion. Given his importance to the UU's history, he gets relatively little face time.
It's Peter Parker. Nick Fury is the bridge within the UU to connect all series
It was about Pete, he's dead now, but the scale of the stories of "what the hell is going on?!" were basically presented through Peter's eyes.