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List of Ultimate Marvel publications

Upcoming Series

A tie-in to the 2015 mega-event Secret Wars, yet an event in its own way, Battleworld: Ultimate End. First issue will be released in May, 2015.

  • Battleworld: Ultimate End #1- (2015)

Previous Series

Miniseries

One-shots

Crossovers

  • Age of Ultron #10[note 7]
  • All-New All-Different Avengers #1 (a FCBD issue, 2015, featuring Miles Morales)
  • All-New X-Men #31-36 (2014–2015)
  • Avengers, Volume 5, #41-42, 44 (2015)
  • Cataclysm (2013–2014)[note 8]
    • Cataclysm: The Ultimates #1-3 (2013–2014)
    • Cataclysm: The Ultimates' Last Stand #1-5 (2013–2014)
    • Cataclysm: Ultimate Spider-Man #1-3 (2013–2014)
    • Cataclysm: Ultimate X-Men #1-3 (2013–2014)
  • Deadpool, Volume 3, #45 (a.k.a. Volume 1, #250)[note 9]
  • Hunger #1-4 (2013)[note 10]
  • Secret Wars (2015, the line-vide mega-event will unfold starting from May, 2015)
    • Secret Wars #0- (2015, the zero issue is a FCBD one)
    • Battleworld: Thors #1- (2015, the Secret Wars tie-in, featuring Ultimate Thor)
  • Spider-Men #1-5 (2012)
  • Spider-Verse (2014–2015)
    • Amazing Spider-Man, Volume 3, #9-15 (2014–2015)
    • Scarlet Spiders #1-3 (2014–2015)
    • Spider-Verse #1-2 (2014–2015)
    • Spider-Verse Team-Up #2 (2014)
    • Spider-Woman, Volume 5, #3 (2015)
  • Squadron Supreme, Volume 3, #1-12[note 11]
  • Ultimate Power #1–9 (2006–2008)

Annuals

  • The Ultimates Annual #1 (2005)
  • The Ultimates Annual #2 (2006)
  • Ultimate Captain America Annual #1 (Written by Jeph Loeb and penciled by Marko Djurdjevic and Rafa Sandoval, 2008)
  • Ultimate Fantastic Four Annual #1 (Written by Mark Millar and penciled by Jae Lee, 2005)
  • Ultimate Fantastic Four Annual #2 (Written by Mike Carey and penciled by Stuart Immonen and Frazer Irving, 2006)
  • Ultimate Fantastic Four/X-Men Annual #1 (Written by Aron Coliete and Joe Pokaski and penciled by Brandon Peterson and Eric Nguyen, 2008)
  • Ultimate Hulk Annual #1 (Written by Jeph Loeb and penciled by Marko Djurdjevic and Ed McGuinness, 2008)
  • Ultimate Spider-Man Annual #1–2 (Written by Brian Michael Bendis and penciled by Mark Brooks, 2005, 2006)
  • Ultimate Spider-Man Annual #3 (Written by Brian Michael Bendis and penciled by David Lafuente, 2008)
  • Ultimate X-Men Annual #1 (Written by Brian K. Vaughan and penciled by Tom Raney, 2005)
  • Ultimate X-Men Annual #2 (Written by Robert Kirkman and penciled by Salvador Larroca, 2006)
  • Ultimate X-Men/Fantastic Four Annual #1 (Written by Aron Coliete and Joe Pokaski and penciled by Mark Brooks and Dan Panosian, 2008)

Handbooks

Novels

Commercial success

Sales for Ultimate Marvel have been strong. The following table features a timeline (figures all from Diamond Comic Distributors):

August 2001

  • Ultimate Spider-Man: 79,201 (Amazing Spider-Man: 68,937)
  • Ultimate X-Men: 99,990 (Uncanny X-Men: 127,100)[3]

August 2002

  • Ultimate Spider-Man: 96,382 (Amazing Spider-Man: 100,070)
  • Ultimate X-Men: 93,216 (Uncanny X-Men: 87,008)
  • The Ultimates: 112,570 (The Avengers: 55,931)[4]

August 2003

  • Ultimate Spider-Man: 102,429 (Amazing Spider-Man: 93,469)
  • Ultimate X-Men: 110,492 (Uncanny X-Men: 93,866)
  • The Ultimates: 103,192 (The Avengers: 57,850)[4]

August 2004

  • Ultimate Spider-Man: 96,279 (Amazing Spider-Man: 88,118)
  • Ultimate X-Men: 103,154 (Uncanny X-Men: 95,838)
  • Ultimate Fantastic Four: 90,670 (Fantastic Four: 50,247)[5]

August 2005

  • Ultimate Spider-Man: 75,600 (Amazing Spider-Man: 72,000)
  • Ultimate X-Men: 76,200 (Uncanny X-Men: 87,600)
  • Ultimate Fantastic Four: 71,800 (Fantastic Four: 61,500)[6]

August 2006

  • Ultimate Spider-Man: 76,075 (Amazing Spider-Man: 123,552)
  • Ultimate X-Men: 70,153 (Uncanny X-Men: 89,225)
  • The Ultimates 2: 96,751 (New Avengers: 154,262)
  • Ultimate Fantastic Four: 65,191 (Fantastic Four: 89,676)[7]

August 2007

  • Ultimate Spider-Man: 76,518 (Amazing Spider-Man: 106,478)
  • Ultimate X-Men: 57,656 (Uncanny X-Men: 88,062)
  • The Ultimates 2: 105,745 (New Avengers: 117,898)
  • Ultimate Fantastic Four: 48,775 (Fantastic Four: 65,690)[8]

August 2008

  • Ultimate Spider-Man: 54,746 (Amazing Spider-Man: 81,479)
  • Ultimate X-Men: 47,050 (Uncanny X-Men: 85,398)
  • The Ultimates 3: 99,697 (New Avengers: 106,385)
  • Ultimate Fantastic Four: 33,863 (Fantastic Four: 59,791)[9]

August 2009

  • Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man: 85,197 (Amazing Spider-Man: 72,211)
  • Ultimate Comics: Avengers: 94,885 (New Avengers: 89,901)[10]

August 2010

  • Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man: 36,946 (Amazing Spider-Man: 70,371)
  • Ultimate Comics: Avengers: 50,114 (Avengers: 87,333)
  • Ultimate Comics: X: 44,568 (Uncanny X-Men: 69,052)[11]

August 2011

  • Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man: 105,560 (Amazing Spider-Man: 64,384)
  • Ultimate Comics: Ultimates: 47,630 (Avengers: 60,295)
  • Ultimate Comics: X: 34,730 (Uncanny X-Men: 54,840)[12]

August 2012

  • Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man: 42,642 (Amazing Spider-Man: 75,919)
  • Ultimate Comics: Ultimates: 30,311 (Avengers: 61,653)
  • Ultimate Comics: X-Men: 27,846 (Uncanny X-Men: 61,095)[13]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Issue #12 is a crossover-of-sorts with the Mainstream Marvel Universe.
  2. ^ Issues #21-24 is a crossover with Marvel Zombies.
  3. ^ Ultimate Marvel Team-Up titles include Ultimate Spider-Man Super Special #1 as the series conclusion.
  4. ^ The Doomsday Trilogy titles are listed in order of publication and story development.
  5. ^ The Galactus Trilogy titles are listed in order of publication and story development.
  6. ^ The Ultimatum titles are listed in order of publication and story development. One-shots March on Ultimatum Saga #1, Ultimatum: Fantastic Four Requiem #1 and Ultimatum: X-Men Requiem #1 are also parts of the event, a prologue and epilogues respectively.
  7. ^ Featuring mainstream Galactus entering Ultimate Universe in the series' epilogue.
  8. ^ Cataclysm miniseries' titles include Cataclysm #0.1 one-shot, as a prologue. Survive! #1 one-shot serves as the miniseries epilogue.
  9. ^ Shows the destruction of the mainstream and Ultimate Earths.
  10. ^ The Hunger miniseries is one of two story arcs bannered as resulting from the Marvel Universe crossover/miniseries Age of Ultron[1] and serves as a prolog for the following miniseries, Cataclysm.[2]
  11. ^ Featuring Ultimate Nick Fury.

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