Falcon mentioned that DNA served as an "anchor" in the multiverse; therefore, the tumor in Stark's head, being different DNA, would be a suitable anchor for ... something.
Holding out for a Peter/Miles team up.
Zombie Reed Richards, before he was a zombie, went crazy after his son was killed and wantonly caused damage with no possible positive outcome.
It also appears that the very composition of Ultimate Reed's universe precludes the type of endless time travel loops that the 616 Nathaniel and Franklin Richards appear to have used to eventually gain the wisdom to defeat the Mad Celestials. Ultimate Reed Richards has to get it right the first time and cleverly choose to accelerate evolution for a thousand years inside the dome.
Ultimate Reed Richards is neither perfect nor crazy. He made a decision, a series of decisions, but decisions that are more understandable in a version of the Marvel universe with the likes of Ultimate Nick Fury who is supposed to be one of the good guys.
Just read this last night and it was good. Lots of setup. Tony and the President are clearly working together, but still not quite sure about Tony's plans. I never thought that the little kid Tony could possibly be AI instead of a hallucination. From the previews of the next one it appears the City is going to get affected by this kid Tony in some way, I'm guessing. The guy with the money is from the Kratos club. I wonder if these "Wackos" will be new characters in the Ultimate universe or just throw away cannon fodder characters that just happen to have powers. I was starting to the think the Ultimates were getting too big, so having a West Coast team is a good way to split them up. They need more than Hawkeye, Falcon, Widow and Fury though, while Cap, Iron Man and Thor will be on the regular Ultimates team.
Pull List: Uncanny X-Men, All-New X-Men, Ultimates, New Avengers
But you can't deny that Sue keeps making disastrous decisions when it comes to dealing with Reed.
I really wish Hickman would stick around in the UU. It needs his ideas. Like back when UU first started, it was Bendis and Miller. Now it's Bendis and Hickman (or it should be). I enjoyed issue 11 though, the biggest question I have is... what the frack is Furry up to?
Random: also the last page with Tony being delivered to Reed made me think of the Matrix. Such as when Neo was brought to the Machine City.
Last edited by BBlueMusiq; 06-02-2012 at 05:10 AM.
I feel like Tony's going to use his tumor to his advantage somehow...not exactly sure how though.