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Marvel Knights: Ultimate Wolverine Vs Hulk [Import]

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5.0 out of 5 stars Very good Oct. 29 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Exactly like the comic series. To see this comic series come to life was great.
Need to look at some of the other Ultimate series
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5.0 out of 5 stars great animation and story Oct. 26 2013
By adam
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
The store line is very good (comic).
The animation is great and unique
A great Marvel night animation feature
recommend
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4.0 out of 5 stars Ultimate Art Sept. 11 2013
By Gumper Van Lier - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I concur with Chongo. His review is excellent. I have enjoyed all of Marvel's animated comics so far with their first one, Spider Woman: Agent of Sword, being my favorite although the mouths didn't move in that one. This form of entertainment allows for the original artwork to be shown so each motion comic is unique. None of these are for children. As for J. Holleran, Marvel has now released 11 motion comics and they all come packaged in stunning artwork in cardboard covering saying "Marvel Knights." Marvel Knights is a give away for knowing it's a motion comic. Marvel's animated movies will say "Animated Marvel Features" or something similar and it will be packaged in the standard DVD of Blu-ray type packaging. The chapters are short and follow the comic book and it's sure different from standard animated presentations but give it a try and I think most comic fans will enjoy this new type of entertainment.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Understand what this is before you buy it. Sept. 14 2013
By Andrew Fish - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I love these motion comics because they use the actual art from the comics rather than reinterpret it at an animation house which then ends up making it look cartoony. These serious graphic novel worthy stories would look odd in a cartoon universe.

These are more akin to the incredibly limited animation Marvel comics were done I. The 60s which also utilized actual art from the books.

I loved the art in this series so it goes without saying I really dig this interpretation, but if you're looking for a fully animated cartoon this isn't it. What it is: a more precise adaption of the story with a full cast, sound effects, music and animated elements. Each episode is only a few minutes long but the art is stunning and the voice actors are well above what most cartoon shows can offer.

This hybrid of comics and cartoons is a must have for folks like me who appreciate the art in a series as much as the story, and want to see that art represented in the adaption.

This particular story is definitely NOT for kids.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The fight I would love to watch over and over March 9 2014
By Black-ice - Published on Amazon.com
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This is so funny and so cool that I wish it was fully animated as graphically as possible and extend the story longer.
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5.0 out of 5 stars movie Feb. 21 2014
By joseph plazas - Published on Amazon.com
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Received the movie quick. Wish the movie was a little longer but it was good just like comic I was pleased with it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Story, Fantastic Motion Comic Jan. 19 2014
By This Reader - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
This was a lot of fun to watch. The story is really enjoyable and cleverly told, the motion comic animations are great, there's lypsynching, facial movement, body language etc that all help sell the story, and the voice work, sound effects, and music are all very good.

Marvel is getting really good at these motion comics; I like all the animations, the fact that the keep the picture full screen, and the fact that they animate expressions and body language to simulate acting.

I enjoyed this a lot; it's exciting and funny and looks very good. My only complaint is that Marvel hasn't adapted their Civil War comic this way yet. The whole Alias by Bendis run would be amazing too (it would be about 26 episodes I believe), and maybe Guardians of the Gallaxy by Abnett and Lanning. And Brubaker's whole Captain America run. And Bendi's whole Daredevil run. OK, i'm getting carried away, but I'd buy all of those.
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