I started off reading Ultimate Titles only. Then it didn't fill my Daredevil/Hulk needs. Then I had to pick up New Avengers which got me into Young Avengers and HoM and Then Nigma got me into Runaways. Then a buddy of mine Got me into Cable/Deadpool. and so on and so on. Point is you're going to expand into other comic territories. When you do, you'll realize you have to see what the hype's all about with the classics and that leads you right into Watchmen which in turn makes you realize what gave birth to the kind of comics we're reading now. Maybe not anytime soon but you will read this book at some point.Hawkeye101 said:I mainly read Ultimate titles. Why? I dunno, but if you insist. I'll take a peak. But i'm pretty old fashioned and like the good guys winning, even winning with scars.
ranaj said:Something puzzles me ... In an earlier issue of the Ultimates Captain America's weight is said to be 250 pounds. In Vol. 2 issue 7 Quicksilver complains about having to carry Captain America because he "... must weigh 350 pounds". So what? Has CA put on a lot of weight or is one of teh Caps not quite what he seems?
Guijllons said:I'm not convinced the traitor was actually dressed in costume. Why would he do that if he was being all covert? And besides, Fury would need a bit more than just a costume to go on to go crazy on Cap.
Otherwise, I'm interested in the dual personality thing, but it does sting of being a little bit of a cop-out clause, a previously non-introduced element.