Before the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there was Ultimate Marvel. Ultimate Marvel, later known as Ultimate Comics, was an imprint of comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Both introduced new fans to the world of Marvel. They provided re-imagined and modernised versions of Marvel's greatest characters and stories.
This imprint was a fresh start for readers and creators alike. It was a new universe that included traditional elements from the mainstream universe while changing certain things up for the modern world.
It was hugely influential, both in terms of gaining new readers and influencing what would later become the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The universe would eventually get out of control and, after a few stories that fell flat, the imprint would come to an end after fifteen years.
There were elements of this universe that were a massive hit and vastly improved on the mainstream continuity. As well as those that completely ruined them.
It is time to find out how well do you know the Ultimate Marvel Universe. Can you figure out which of these things truly happen in the universe and those that did not?
1. Nick Fury Was Inspired And Looked Like Samuel L Jackson
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