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Marvel Knights: Ultimate Wolverine Vs Hulk [Import]

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  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Shout Factory
  • Release Date: Sept. 10 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00D97DLYS

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By Julian Thompson on 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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By adam on Oct. 26 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The store line is very good (comic).
The animation is great and unique
A great Marvel night animation feature
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Ultimate Art Sept. 11 2013
By Gumper Van Lier - Published on
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.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Understand what this is before you buy it. Sept. 14 2013
By ANDY FISH - Published on
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.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Ultimate WOLVERINE VS HULK? More like the untimate Marvel Knights flop. Jan. 23 2015
By Danzil Monk - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Marvel Knights has fallen to a new low with this excuse of an animation movie.
The writing is atrocious and the light porn and vulgarity is as usual, totally unnecessary.
I just don’t get it, it’s like all the best writers have avoided the Marvel Knights like the plague.
Hard to believe that this was based on an actual comic.
It’s like a group of crack smoking kids got together and put this story together.
Sorry guys but I just can’t find anything redeemable about this weird dvd.
Wolverine is indestructible and can survive being torn in half by Hulk or having his head cut off by
Fury, Betty Ross is a slut who injects herself with a modified super soldier serum and become a she Hulk, Forge is so super talented that he can travel through toilets using a sound fork, Hulk is a strange homicidal killing machine that like to be surrounded by practically naked women and shifts from intelligent to dumb when anyone mentions Betty to him and so on and so on.

Everyone involved with this project deserves to take the blame for this poor finished product.
Apparently, neither Executive producers Alan Fine, Dan Buckley, Joe Quesada, Jeph Loeb, Co-producers Stan Lee, Eric Radomski, Supervising producer Kalia Cheng, Consulting producer Todd Casey or Director Carl Upsdell could help writer Damon Lindelof write a better script or steer him away from this atrocity.

It is clear that the target audience is not us levelheaded thinking Marvel fans, so there must be an awful lot of strange, unbalanced, mentally unstable people out their buying comic and dvd that these guys think they need to cater to in order to pay the bills.

Not sure what to do with my copy of this dvd, I don’t associate with strange people that would enjoy watching this kind of animation. I guess I can keep it in my library as an example of Marvel Knights at their worst until they outdo themselves with something worst.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Not The Best Story For a Motion Comic June 30 2014
By Christopher Pelletier - Published on
Format: DVD
If you don't know this is not a cartoon, it's animated comic book pages. If you've never seen one I wouldn't recommend starting here. A motion comic is only as good as it's story and the story here isn't very good. I should have remembered that because I actually own the graphic novel as well. I love the Ultimate line but I wouldn't have picked this story to tell. It starts off okay but it's completely train wrecks at the end. Most of the comedy misses it's mark and out of the Ultimate universe's context I'm not sure the story really works either. I imagine the uninitiated wondering why the Hulk eats people. It's the same quality as the other Marvel Knights releases I just don't think it was a very strong book to start.

I also wish they would give us some variation. Of the 14 released stories 8 of them feature Wolverine and of those the latest 4 he is a main character. From the Vs Sabertooth special features I gather they will be releasing a sequel to that so there's another one. I like Wolverine but let's see some other characters. This seems like the kind of medium you can do characters who aren't popular enough for a cartoon. How about Moon Knight? Iron Fist? Hawkeye? Punisher MAX? Hell I'd even settle for Old Man Logan. At least that's a different style of Wolvie story.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The fight I would love to watch over and over March 9 2014
By Black-ice - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
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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