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Damon Lindelof (Lost, Star Trek Into Darkness) and superstar artist Leinil Francis Yu team up to bring their storytelling magic to a tale that will rock the Ultimate Universe!
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These are more akin to the incredibly limited animation Marvel comics were done I. The 60s which also utilized actual art from the books.
I loved the art in this series so it goes without saying I really dig this interpretation, but if you're looking for a fully animated cartoon this isn't it. What it is: a more precise adaption of the story with a full cast, sound effects, music and animated elements. Each episode is only a few minutes long but the art is stunning and the voice actors are well above what most cartoon shows can offer.
This hybrid of comics and cartoons is a must have for folks like me who appreciate the art in a series as much as the story, and want to see that art represented in the adaption.
This particular story is definitely NOT for kids.
I also wish they would give us some variation. Of the 14 released stories 8 of them feature Wolverine and of those the latest 4 he is a main character. From the Vs Sabertooth special features I gather they will be releasing a sequel to that so there's another one. I like Wolverine but let's see some other characters. This seems like the kind of medium you can do characters who aren't popular enough for a cartoon. How about Moon Knight? Iron Fist? Hawkeye? Punisher MAX? Hell I'd even settle for Old Man Logan. At least that's a different style of Wolvie story.
Marvel is getting really good at these motion comics; I like all the animations, the fact that the keep the picture full screen, and the fact that they animate expressions and body language to simulate acting.
I enjoyed this a lot; it's exciting and funny and looks very good. My only complaint is that Marvel hasn't adapted their Civil War comic this way yet. The whole Alias by Bendis run would be amazing too (it would be about 26 episodes I believe), and maybe Guardians of the Gallaxy by Abnett and Lanning. And Brubaker's whole Captain America run. And Bendi's whole Daredevil run. OK, i'm getting carried away, but I'd buy all of those.
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Strike one- this is a Marvel Knights title, meaning the "animation" is more akin to Terry Gilliams Monty Python style animation. Read morePublished 5 months ago by frostdawn
Marvel Knights has fallen to a new low with this excuse of an animation movie.
The writing is atrocious and the light porn and vulgarity is as usual, totally unnecessary. Read more
Now the reason I don't like this version of Wolverine vs Hulk is because the story is TERRIBLE for one thing. Read morePublished 15 months ago by phaidout66