"Ultimatum" #2 comes back with a second printing

Fri, January 30th, 2009 at 10:40am PST

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Official Press Release

Marvel is proud to announce that Ultimatum #2, which rocked the Ultimate Universe with jaw dropping events, has sold out at Diamond and will return with Ultimatum #2 Second Printing Variant! From the superstar creative team of Eisner Award winning, Emmy Award winning scribe Jeph Loeb (Hulk) and red-hot artist David Finch, the heroes—and villains—of the Ultimate Universe must react to Magneto’s devastating assault on humanity. But when the dust clears, who will survive? Ultimatum #2 Second Printing Variant features the stunning interior art of Finch on the cover, depicting one of the most shocking moments in Ultimate Universe history!

“This is a great comic and an intense story.. The dramatic ending will not only leave you on the edge of your seat, but also craving more. I recommend you pick up this issue at your local shop before they run out. You won’t regret it.”- Alex Rodriguez, ComicBulletin.Com

“The artwork by Finch is fantastic, as always, his artwork has a great amount of detail laden in it, it's always a pleasure to look at and enjoy”—Adam Chapman, Comixtreme.Com

With sell outs of the first two issues, Marvel urges retailers to check their orders on Ultimatum and all Ultimate Marvel titles. What is Magneto’s plan? Find out in Ultimatum #2 Second Printing Variant!

ULTIMATUM #2 (of 5) SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (DEC088076)
Written by JEPH LOEB
Pencils & Cover by DAVID FINCH
Rated T+ …$3.99
FOC—2/12/09, On-Sale—3/4/09

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