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The Ultimates by Mark Millar

S.H.I.E.L.D. general Nick Fury is entrusted with establishing a strike force of government-sponsored superheroes which included scientist couple Henry and Janet Pym (Giant-Man and Wasp), Bruce Banner (The Hulk), Tony Stark (Iron Man), and Steve Rogers. A cuckolded Banner injects himself with the Hulk serum, causing him to transform into the Hulk, and rampages through Manhattan killing hundreds of people before the team, along with Thor, incapacitates him. A jealous and abusive Henry Pym tries to murder Janet, and is later beaten by Captain America and expelled from the team. An extraterrestrial shape-shifting race, the Chitauri, is discovered to have ...

Ultimate Fantastic 4 by Mike Carey & Brian Michael Bendis

The origin of their powers is different and the team is much younger. The series revolves around the adventures of Reed Richards, siblings Susan and Johnny Storm and Ben Grimm, who get engulfed in a malfunctioned teleporter experiment and get super powers: Reed can stretch, Susan projects force fields and makes herself invisible, Johnny becomes a human torch and Ben a superstrong stone giant. They fight villians, like: Dr. Doom, Mole Man and Pyscho-Man.

Ultimate X-Men by Mark Millar

The protagonists are the X-Men, a group of mutants whose unusual genetics grant them super powers. This sets them apart from the rest of humanity. They are led by Professor Charles Xavier, the world's most powerful telepath.

Ultimate Spider-Man by Brian Michael Bendis & Mark Bagley

The protagonist of Ultimate Spider-Man is Peter Parker, a science whiz teenager who lives in Queens, New York. He is bitten by a genetically altered spider and inherits its powers, including enhanced strength, agility and reflexes. When a burglar that Peter refuses to stop kills his uncle, he feels guilty and dedicates his life to fighting crime as the costumed vigilante Spider-Man. Peter tries to balance school, a job, a girlfriend, his family life with his widowed aunt, and his activities as Spider-Man

Great Lakes Avengers by John Byrne

Craig Hollis discovers he is immortal and decides to fight crime, but after being shot in the head by a group of thieves; he realizes that operating alone may not be suitable. After placing an advertisement for costumed adventurers in the local paper, Hollis then recruits and assembles the Great Lakes Avengers, with roster including Dinah Soar; Big Bertha; Flatman and Doorman. He does, however, refuse one candidate, being Gene Lorrene, who calls himself "Leather Boy", and is a leather fetishist. Despite being advised that he has no superpowers and is therefore inelligible, Lorrene takes the rebuttal personally...

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