Even though Marvel changed it’s Ultimate line to Ultimate Comics, and still printed the title banner to read Ultimate Spider-Man, both Ultimate (Comics) Spider-Man #1 and Ultimate (Comics) Avengers #1 have sold out at the distributor level, and are headed back to press.

Written by MARK MILLAR
Pencils & Cover by CARLOS PACHECO

Nick Fury returns and discovers that Captain America has gone rogue! The Sentinel of Liberty encounters the vicious Red Skull… and you’ll never believe this super-villain’s true identity!

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Pencils & Cover by DAVID LAFUENTE

Ultimate Mysterio debuts with an immediate impact as he changes the landscape of the Ultimate Universe – literally!  How has Peter Parker’s life drastically changed since we last saw him?

Both issues feature  $3.99 cover price, and both hit stores on September 23, 2009.

via Marvel

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  1. MaximusRift
    August 20, 2009 at 12:05 pm — Reply

    For some reason, this Gwen/Peter couple irks me. Part of it is the unceremonious way you’re introduced to it, but I can’t put my finger on the other part. It’s either the pedestal that the 616 version seems to be put on, or the ghostly fanboy voice I hear saying “As it should be…”.

    I need an exorcist. ;p

  2. websnap
    August 20, 2009 at 1:52 pm — Reply

    two good books, glad to see something good came out of that Ultimatum mess.

  3. ykw
    August 20, 2009 at 8:32 pm — Reply

    Schtupping your best friend. Yeah, that always works out well. Sheesh, Pete…

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