Ultimate Avengers #13

    Ultimate Avengers » Ultimate Avengers #13 - Blade versus the Avengers, Part One of Six released by Marvel on October 1, 2010.

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    Blade is back in a bad way and that can only mean one thing: vampires are afoot! Somebody is leaving behind a bloody trail of bite marks and Blade's stake-ready to take them on. Could the mysterious figure donned in an iron suit have something to do with it? And who exactly is the new figure leaping around down in a devil costume? As the Avengers get deeper into black ops, there's no telling who'll be thirsting for blood and who'll be next on the menu! Bite into the next exhilarating series of ULTIMATE COMICS AVENGERS by superstar creators MARK MILLAR (CIVIL WAR, KICK-ASS) and STEVE DILLON (PUNISHERMAX)!



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    Third Time Isn't the Charm 0

    When Mark Millar is writing a book, especially an Ultimate book, you know he's going to give you a flurry of daring and extreme ideas. This is just how he operates. He's one of those writers who is willing to do just about anything that comes to mind. So by virtue of that, his ideas are going to be very hit or miss. I would say the previous two volumes of Ultimate Avengers have been more hit than miss, even though they have definitely had their shares of misses.  But the start of this third volu...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Review: Ultimate Avengers 3 #1 0

    The Ultimate Avengers' current conflict with Anthony's mob of vampires draws two new possible members into their sights - - Blade the vampire hunter and Ray Connor, the new Daredevil.  The Good   There's something inherently exciting about a book that's basically a punk rock cover of the Avengers. That is, a title that isn't bound by a single restriction of continuity and is thus free to go in any brazen, wild direction it wants to. While I don't think his work was necessarily appropriate for th...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Ultimate Comics Avengers 3 Issue 1 0

    Mark Millar could give me a turd pie and I'd eat it up, so let me enter this saying I'm biased beyond belief. When it comes to his Ultimate work above all else, the man is in fact God with a script, story, action, and everything you can imagine. Likewise, Steve Dillon, while no God, is a fantastically talented man who I've just been waiting to jump off of Punisher and tackle a new set of characters. Throw these two together with characters the Ultimate Universe has barely touched and you have so...

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