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Once he was the Devourer of Worlds -- but now, at long last, his endless hunger has been cured.

But is there a hidden price? What does it mean to wring new life from death? What does it mean to be...Galactus?

Special guest artist Christian Ward (ODY-C) takes us into the life of the Lifebringer -- for the most cosmic issue yet!

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Metaphysical and metatuxtual musings create for a cerebral comic which is ruined by awful art 0

Originally published at The Hub City ReviewThe Ultimates #6 both opens and closes with narration recounting the myth of Sisyphus, the Corinthian king condemned to roll a boulder up some gods-forsaken hill without rest or reprieve for endless eternity. Writer Al Ewing intends such as a commentary on the character of Galactus, referring both to his Sisyphean drive to accomplish his purpose – whether as the Devourer of Worlds or currently as Lifebringer – as well as to the existentialis...

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