List of Ultimate Marvel publications

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Upcoming Series[edit]

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[edit]

Miniseries[edit]

One-shots[edit]

Crossovers[edit]

  • 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[edit]

  • 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[edit]

Novels[edit]

Commercial success[edit]

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

August 2001[edit]

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

August 2002[edit]

  • 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[edit]

  • 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[edit]

  • 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[edit]

  • 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[edit]

  • 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[edit]

  • 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[edit]

  • 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[edit]

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

August 2010[edit]

  • 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[edit]

  • 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[edit]

  • 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[edit]

Notes[edit]

  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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