In 2000 a group in Marvel consisting of Brian Michael Bendis, Warren Ellis, Joe Quesada, Grant Morrison, Mark Millar, and Bill Jemas launched a new line entitled Ultimate Marvel. The goal was to modernize and update the characters and stories from 616 for a new audience.
I'm using this as my guide
Today's storytime: Ultimate Spider-Man #8–13: Learning Curve
>posting an image during a storytime
You called my thread cool though so I guess it can slide
I'll be back, I need to get breakfast.
>tfw all I have are shitty off-brand Fruit Loops
How is everyone this morning?
This is one of the first comics i ever bought, i was like 12 and USM really helped me get into comics.
I really thought Miles' was going to be a second coming of this, but fucking Bendis ruined it when he made basically every storyline tied to his origin instead of focusing on Miles having new and exciting adventures fightin Ultimate versions of silver age villains (really thought he was going to fight guys like Kangaroo)
Figured now that it's ending we may as well read it all together.
Sorry, neighbor was drunk at noon knocking on my door trying bum weed.
It's the new Samurai Jack slogan.
I think OP means the miniseries since that's next in the link in the OP. Gives their college back story.
No offense, but that reading order is kinda shit, and it's missing several things.
I've always used that one for my rereads. I think it's mostly grouped by trade too.
That's the one! But then I saw this:
>Ultimatum in issue order
>All of the Secret Wars and Spider-Verse stuff
Thanks! Now I want to storytime all of Hickman's stuff too. I can't seem to find a torrent for SHIELD and Secret Warriors though.