Ultimate Fantastic Four, Volume 11: Salem's Seven

  • Title: Ultimate Fantastic Four, Volume 11: Salem's Seven
  • Author: Mike Carey Mike Perkins
  • ISBN: 9780785124474
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ultimate Fantastic Four Volume Salem s Seven A new story filled with supernatural surprises and all out action When the FF help out with the excavation of the Mole Man s underground city they awaken something that should have been left sleeping
    A new story filled with supernatural surprises and all out action When the FF help out with the excavation of the Mole Man s underground city, they awaken something that should have been left sleeping Who is Agatha Harkness What are Salem s Seven New Ultimate characters A new artist All this, plus, someone has the hots for the Human Torch.Collecting Ultimate Fantastic FA new story filled with supernatural surprises and all out action When the FF help out with the excavation of the Mole Man s underground city, they awaken something that should have been left sleeping Who is Agatha Harkness What are Salem s Seven New Ultimate characters A new artist All this, plus, someone has the hots for the Human Torch.Collecting Ultimate Fantastic Four 54 57

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    About Mike Carey Mike Perkins


    1. Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.Mike Carey was born in Liverpool in 1959 He worked as a teacher for fifteen years, before starting to write comics When he started to receive regular commissions from DC Comics, he gave up the day job.Since then, he has worked for both DC and Marvel Comics, writing storylines for some of the world s most iconic characters, including X MEN, FANTASTIC FOUR, LUCIFER and HELLBLAZER His original screenplay FROST FLOWERS is currently being filmed Mike has also adapted Neil Gaiman s acclaimed NEVERWHERE into comics.Somehow, Mike finds time amongst all of this to live with his wife and children in North London You can read his blog at mikecarey.


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    1. Not a perfect story by any means, but it was better than Mike Carey’s last few arcs. We get a group of undeveloped superheroes with a decidedly 1990s Image vibe who we learn nothing about but who seem suspicious. We get Reed and Sue on a break. We get a very sexualized (and damn sexy) Shield agent checking out the emotional stability of the FF. And we even get Namor and a weird sci-fi plot line. Nope, it isn’t the best Ultimate Fantastic Four, but it was surprisingly entertaining.

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    2. A new low for the book. It's probably a mercy it ended following Ultimatum.

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    3. Yikes.The Ultimate Fantastic Four individual trades end not with a bang, but with a massive whimper, with easily the most disappointing story they've done so far, with a lot of bad tropes and a lot of worseeverything.At some point, I'll probably read the Ultimatum arc now that I'm caught up on both this and X-Men, but, frankly, it might be a while. I am just entirely too disappointed in how this series petered out.

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    4. Ending missingGot to the end, where two pages repeated and there was no ending.This is happening more frequently, . Please take note.If you enjoy the Ultimate FF, you would enjoy this with the ending. This series is quite creative, using some of the original FF themes with twists.This is where Sue shuns Reed, which begins his downfall towards evil, and his present place in the regular Marvel Universe as a mastermind.This is not like the original Salem Seven, but it's fun.

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    5. This story is a little 90s, with the extra-liney art, and the lots of vague super-characters with cool costumes and powers who don't actually get developed at all, and the overly-porned designs for the women characters, but at least part of that is intentional, and while this is ultimately a weak arc when compared to the others that make me love this title so much, I think it's a perfectly fine way to play around with Fantastic Four mythology one more time before Ultimatum comes in to ruin every [...]

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    6. Not an entirely perfect final novel, in this series. It's honestly a bit of let-down with how little build-up to the end of the series there is (Maybe "Ultimatum" will do better- but I'd have to read X-Men first). The story feels a bit cluttered at times, and just quite isn't up to par with the previous novels. I feel a bit disappointing that only one of the three Ultimate series I've read is actually good. Iron Man was horrid, and Fantastic Four is just meh.

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    7. Carey has totally gone off the deep end here. Even assuming we can get past the fundamental premise of 1 creature existing as 7 creatures, the fact that they become superheroes is inexplicable to me. In fact, a lot of things are inexplicable to me in this book. And I just generally hate Top Cow style art, so that's always going to turn me off.

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    8. My god, the art! So we get 3 issues by one artist and 1 issue by a different artist right in the middle. Also, the 13-year-okd's fantasy for female body shape.Reed and Sue are off each other until he nearly dies and she rescues him and they're kissing. Lame. Really just sad.

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    9. Fairly good story arc, Carey was beginning to get into his stride by this time, a little disappointed with the art work. As a whole as the series approaches ultimatum, I found it by far the weaker of the three comic series, and both the artwork but especially the script completely inconsistent.

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    10. The interplay between the Fantastic Four was generally fine and the science-speak was comic-book appropriate, but this could not save a bland and eventually boring main story with an uninspiring villain.

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    11. Art's halfway decent and the story's not that bad. But there still doesn't seem to be much life left in this concept. Maybe if they hadn't driven it into the ground they wouldn't have to be re-starting the ultimates universe.

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    12. ABSOLUTE RATING: 2+/5 starsSTANDARDIZED RATING: <2/5 stars>

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    13. Reminded me why I dislike Top Cow Studios produced artwork. Not one of Mike Carey's better efforts.

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    14. This was terrible and baffling. I was especially disappointed that it was written by Mike Carey, an author that I know can write beautifully. I guess he was just having an off day.

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    15. I enjoy thse stories.

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    16. the story was lame and the artwork wasn't very good either.

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    17. Good elementsgood startThe art was a lttle messy at times.Not the best.

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    18. Nice characterization, goofy villains, and a waste of some 616 analogues.

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    19. Reed and Sue have split up, and to make matters worse there's a strange alien egg. Quite fast moving plot with some nice relationship bits in it. A good read.

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    20. Made me want to quit reading the series.

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