Marvel released a sneak peek of Ultimate (comics) Mystery #3 that teams Brian Michael Bendis and Rafa Sandoval and promises to reveal the answer to the Ultimate Mystery.


Spider-Man and Spider-Woman infiltrate the bowels of Roxxon while Sue, Ben and Johnny find themselves fighting to the death against an out of control Captain Marvel. All this and the birth of a new Ultimate hero! Ultimate Comics Mystery #3 is a must read that will change the Ultimate Universe forever and pave the way for Ultimate Comics Doom!

The $3.99 issue arrives September 22, 2010.

via Marvel

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  1. gilbert
    August 29, 2010 at 7:55 pm — Reply

    whats up with Ben and those weird funky looking arms (he’s not a rock anymore?!)

  2. August 30, 2010 at 11:16 am — Reply

    This is why the Ultimates line is flagging… If you copy TOO much, it’s just homage without any creativity. But a wild divergence like this just leads to “Earth-2” syndrome, and nobody understanding the continuity of EITHER world.

  3. Jacin B
    August 30, 2010 at 12:54 pm — Reply

    So, wait a minute …

    Ben, in the Ultimate universe, used to be an orange rock guy but now he’s a pink diamond/crystal/energy/whatever guy? And, Nick Fury used to be Samuel L. Jackson, but now he’s a white guy? And, Sue Storm had been an approximately college-aged (along with the rest of the Fantastic Four) super-genius, but now she’s mom-aged like in the regular comics?

    This is why I gave up on these comics.

  4. Damascus
    September 30, 2010 at 11:35 pm — Reply

    Enough with the “This will change (insert Universe) FOREVER, AGAIN!!!), it’s really tired and how about they just try to let things happen organically and if it happens to change the status quo, well then Damn, that’s how the world works. Things happen and therefore the outcomes change the world around them. Stop talking about how much it’s going to change everything again.

  5. Damascus
    September 30, 2010 at 11:41 pm — Reply

    I’m cool with a new take on a character. Have the Hulk be a savage monster that actually causes real casualties during his rampages and then be a repentent broken man when he reverts to his human form, I’m cool, the central conceit still holds true. You take Ben Grimm which, to me, is a character that struggles with maintaining his humanity in the face of no longer looking human, but despite or maybe due to his visage he goes on to be an honorable and potent fight against the forces of evil and chaos. I feel like he loses something if he can just power down and look normal like everyone else, I’d have been fine if they reinterpreted his particular malformation, crystalline-rock structured guy would have been fine too.

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