This war annihilated the two empires, leaving some survivors such as the criminal Namor. The Inhumans had also existed and remained hidden from human society in their city Atillan in the Himalayas until the present.
World War Two
By the 20th century, the alien species known as the Chitauri, who had since visited Earth in 1777, attempted their conquest on Earth and were responsible for one of Earth's first known instances of genocide. In 1904, an alien android known as the Vision landed on Earth to prepare the human race for the coming of the planet eater known as Gah Lak Tus. Due to a malfunction, the Vision's ship crashed landed in the Russian territory of Tunguska, creating the Tunguska Event, and kept in a secret military bunker by the Russian government. Years later in 1920, the Chitauri infiltrated German politics and eventually lead to World War Two. The Chitauri supplied Nazi Germany with advanced weapon technologies. The Allies became aware of this alien threat and were determined to stop it.
By this time, the United States government, under President Roosevelt, sought to create super-soldiers in the war effort. Two soldiers, Nicholas Fury and Canadian James Howlett were captured and experimented for this project. Howlett was sent and tested on in a remote facility that would later be known as the Weapon X facility while Fury was sent to New York to join other African-American test subjects to an experiment known as Project Rebirth.
Fury was the first successful super soldier that came out of Project Rebirth. Afterwards he used his inhuman strength to break out of the facility and free the other test subjects. At the Weapon X facility, while trying to create their own super soldier, the Canadian government actually created a new mutated genome. That genome would soon spread around the world and create a new species of super-humans known as Mutants.
With the success of Nicholas Fury, Project Rebirth finally chose a young and weak Steven Rogers, who became Captain America. By 1945, Captain America was part of an operation assaulting a Nazi missile complex in Iceland, which held a hydrogen-nuclear missile. Captain America sabotaged the missile, which was targeted at Washington, while it was taking off, and was sent into a 60-year coma in suspended animation after the destruction of the missile plunged him into the arctic sea.
Birth of Mutants
Years later, Erik Lensherr, the child of two scientists that worked for Weapon X, freed Mutant Zero a.k.a. Wolverine (James Howlett), and killed his parents for what they have done to mutants. Erik left and sought out another fellow mutant, Charles Xavier. Erik proposed that they start a brotherhood formed by mutants to protect their own kind and create new lives away from the reaches of mankind. Charles was later convinced by Erik's plan and the two then left their human wives and began gathering other mutants from around the world. As they traveled across an unknown land, Charles, Erik, and his children Wanda and Pietro crashed landed in the Savage Land where they meet a clan of humans. Among them are the young Ka-Zar and Shanna. Then after the Brotherhood of Mutant Supremacy established a society in the Savage Land thanks to the help of Charles Xavier. Months later, Charles decided to abandon the Brotherhood due to Erik's popularity among the other mutants, but was stabbed by him in the spine by a metal spike. Charles was later paralyzed, but managed to escape the island. Weeks later, Ka-Zar and Shanna's tribes are slaughtered by Magneto because he saw that the Savage Land reserved for only mutants and not humans.
After coming to terms with his past, Nick Fury returned to the United States military, but had chosen to not hide his name. Eventually Fury became a war hero. Soon, Fury was under the command of S.H.I.E.L.D., but when Weapon X deployed their super soldier, Howlett, Fury was assigned to guard his transport cell during a Middle East conflict. When Howlett broken free and killed his guards, he recognized Fury but not before ripping out one of his eyes. Howlett brought Fury back to an American base. While recovering, Commander Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross learned that Fury was the first super soldier from Project Rebirth and informed him that the government was reactivating the super soldier program. The fact was that mankind needed to be prepared for a inevitable genetic war with Mutants. Fury was later offered the chance to be in charge of it all, he then assembled a team of top scientists including Franklin Storm, Richard Parker, Bruce Banner, and the teen prodigy Hank Pym to work on Project Rebirth 2.
Fury gave his team his blood sample to jump start the project, the team was to reverse engineer his blood sample. Fury rejected the idea of recruiting Howard or Tony Stark for unknown reasons. The Baxter Building was trying to convince Franklin Storm to take command of their building, while Richard Parker was working with Edward Brock to develop a symbiotic suit to heal diseases and injuries. Fortunately, Pym and Dr. Banner managed to have some success with Fury's blood sample. Because Fury banned any use of human test subjects, Banner tested the new formula on himself. He was then turned into a giant hulking monster which became known as The Hulk. Hank Pym fled the scene before Banner fully transformed, but unfortunately Richard and his wife were seriously injured and almost killed in an explosion caused by the Hulk. But upon seeing a baby Peter Parker, Hulk regresses back into Banner who was shocked at what he had done.
Age of Heroes
By the 21st Century, Mutants were widely known and feared by the public. This lead to the creation of the Sentinels and ultimately Magneto and his Brotherhood attacking Washington, D.C. This attack was foiled by Charles Xavier and the X-Men.
Steven Rogers' comatose and preserved body was recovered from the Atlantic by Tony Stark, revived, and recruited into S.H.I.E.L.D.'s American superhero sponsored team the Ultimates as a response to Magneto and the Brotherhood's attack on Washington. The team's first public debut happened in subduing the rampaging Hulk. Soon later the Ultimates battled the Chitauri over Arizona, and thus decimating what is left of the alien threat and saving the Solar System. Following the end of the Chitauri threat, the Ultimates was followed by the government-sponsored Reserves and eventually allowed the United States to field superhumans in international conflicts most concerning the superhuman crises. This raised controversy within the international community. Furthermore, the United Nations had previously enacted a restriction on using superhumans as weapons, much akin to nuclear limitation acts. Also genetic modifications of human beings was forbidden under law. Though, certain corporate companies such as the Roxxon Corporation and Oscorp had secretly made illegal experiments in creating superhumans, such as Sandman, Electro, and even the Green Goblin. With the rise of superhuman proliferation and the Ultimates and its European EDI counterpart policing the world, it ultimately caused a confederation of nations to invade America through their own superhuman team, called the Liberators. When this conflict was solved the Ultimates and other heroes in the U.S started to disassociated themselves from government matters in order to prevent similar events as the Liberators invasion.
The Coming of Gah Lak Tus
Years after the robot called the Vision crash landed on earth it began a self repair procedure. When it was almost fully repaired it transmitted a signal across the planet. In response to this signal the Ultimates and the X-Men were both sent separately to Russia to investigate. Upon finding the robot, and helping to complete it's repairs, it was finally able to fulfill it's purpose; to warn the people of earth about the coming of Gah Lak Tus, a swarm of intergalactic drones unified by a singular consciousness which travels from planet to planet feeding off of it's thermal core.
In preparation for it's arrival, Gah Lak Tus sent a hoard of Heralds to Earth to act as cult leaders who promoted mass suicides in order to lessen the human threat. In response to the coming threat, Reed Richards readied the Ultimate Nullifier as Earth's main line of defense against the massive swarm of drones. In the final hours before Gah Lak Tus arrived to Earth, Charles Xavier managed to make psychic contact. This distracted Gah Lak Tus long enough for Reed to launch an explosive through the Nullifier into a new Universe and, using the Big Bang that resulted, managed to direct the destructive energy into outer space. Nearly 20% of Gah Lak Tus' mass was destroyed. This, combined with the "infection" of having linked minds with the people of Earth, caused Gah Lak Tus to flee. The Vision then followed it with the objective of warning the next world and supplying them with information to ward off the threat.
March on Ultimatum
In the secret Project Pegasus warehouse in Wyoming, the Earth-1610 Watcher known Uatu reactivated itself and told the Fantastic Four and others present of a prophesied cataclysmic event following the age of Marvel and a disaster that will come before in the event known as Ultimatum.
Due to the actions of Fantastic Four villain Dr. Doom (who manipulated the deaths of the Scarlet Witch, and the conflict between the Brotherhood of Mutants and the Ultimates), Magneto vengefully executed his plan in exterminating humanity through shifting the poles of the Earth, causing global natural disasters upon the world. From the wake of Magneto's fury, millions of people died including many of Earth's heroes and villains alike. Anti-Mutant sentiment was exacerbated in America that Cyclops, who temporarily represented a decimated X-Men, tried to placate the millions of protesters in Washington, D.C. This only lead to his assassination, orchestrated by the Brotherhood led by Magneto's son Quicksilver.
In the aftermath of Ultimatum, mutations and special abilities have been deemed illegal, except for Spider-Man, but only because the Daily Bugle was supporting him. Three weeks later the terrorist organization AIM raids the Baxter Building in search of the schematics of the cosmic cube (made by Reed Richards himself); they are successful in obtaining it with the help of a failed SHIELD experiment known as the Red Skull. After that incident Captain America goes rogue and Director Carol Danvers assigns Nick Fury in charge of the newly resurrected Avengers-project to detain both annoyances before it reaches the public.
Being funded by Gregory Stark Fury's team successfully accomplished their goals. Meanwhile a mysterious figure known as Mysterio kills the Kingpin of crime and successfully takes over the New York underworld. Tony Stark finds out that someone is stealing his tech and selling it on the black market which is bought by foreign governments who start utilizing the tech in a destructive way. Tony finds out that it is his grandfather who wanted to take over Stark industries for himself; Tony then killed him in self defense.
Some sort of extra-dimensional alien creatures begin attacking important strategic locations in the Ultimate universe, like the Baxter building and the Triskellion. Before Reed Richards figures it out he is killed and the remaining heroes investigate on their own. It is then revealed that the attack was coordinated by Richards himself, as he deemed Earth unworthy to take care of itself and proposed to take over the world and rule it with an iron-fist to ensure its survival with his extra-dimensional alien army. Fury then creates a black ops team to deal with Richards who was hiding in a made-up base at the N-zone. After his defeat, Richards disappeared and the attack stopped. However, unknown to them at the time Richards had survived and most likely will return for revenge.
New Ultimates and the Vampire War
Loki arrived at Central Park and summoned trolls to take over earth. The New Ultimates try to stop him but to no avail until Valkyrie sacrificed her life to resurrect Thor who eventually defeats Loki. When super-humans start disappearing, Fury's black ops team discovered it to be the work of a blood-sucking human species known as the vampires. Their goal was to turn the superhuman population into vampires to take over the world and their main objective is the Triskellion due to a large number of superhumans and detained illegal superhuman experiments. The vampires then invade the Triskellion and S.H.E.I.L.D. attempted to fight back to no-avail. But Captain America uses Perun's hammer to teleport the Triskellion and its battlefield to the Middle East where it was daytime, successfully killing the vampires. The event was captured in live television and created a huge media fuss.
Revelations and Death of Spider-Man
Fury and his black ops team learned that Carol Danvers is a S.H.E.I.L.D. mole and is selling top-secret American information to China. After the revelation Fury proceeded to create a black ops army to take down Danvers permanently. Danvers informed the New Ultimates that Fury had gone rogue and the super-team proceeded to apprehend him. Meanwhile the Triskellion had another breakout caused by Norman Osborn who freed Doctor Octopus, Sandman, Kraven, Electro, and Vulture to accomplish the one goal they have in common: killing Spider-Man. They arrived at his home in Queens and a huge battle ensued. In the end, Norman Osborn and Otto Octavius are killed; the rest of the six were incarcerated, but unfortunately, Peter Parker was also killed in the battle. 
New Spider-Man & Mutant Secret Exposed
Shortly after the funeral of Peter Parker, a new Spider-Man, by the name of Miles Morales, had surfaced, causing confusion among the citizens of New York as to how Spider-Man is alive when word of his demise was all over the news.
Miles fights Electro, paralyzing him long enough for Nick Fury to shoot and kill him. 
A new model of Sentinels, called Nimrod Model Sentinels, were deployed to hunt and capture, or kill, mutants who refused to turn themselves in. News hit the media that mutants were in fact the result of Super-Soldier testing funded by the American Government in Canada. This has caused riots to break out.
Tomorrow's Children & The Fall of Asgard
A Dome surfaced in northern Germany housing the Children of Tomorrow, a group of advanced humans lead by Reed Richards (now calling himself the Maker). The Children launched an attack on Asgard and managed to destroy the World Tree and de-powered, before slaughtering, all the Asgardians except Thor, who survived and was re-powered using a upgraded version of his Super-Soldier suit.
The cosmic entity known as Gah Lak Tus returned to Earth, but now it had been merged with its counterpart from another universe, and was even more powerful than before. The heroes couldn't do anything to stop it when it first appeared, and Galactus decimated New Jersey.While Galactus built a machine with which he would consume Earth, the heroes discovered he came from another reality, Earth-616, and sent Spider-Man along with Reed Richards there in order to gather any information about how to stop it. They managed to retrieve the data necessary and returned to their universe.
Dean Moore (Earth-1610)
Mrs. Harris invited her class to submit an oral report about superheroes.
Mrs. Harris later allowed Gwen Stacy back into class after she was suspended.
Mrs. Harris witnessed Kraven coming to Midtown High School to shoot a segment of his reality show.
Hector Flores (Earth-1610)
Jesus Hayek (Earth-1610)
Jesus Hayek was known as the leader of a Guatemalan terrorist group called the Red Devil.
Jim was a television news anchor.
Julio (Midtown High) (Earth-1610)
Kwan Wu (Earth-1610)
Leroy was one of the stunt guys for the Spider-Man movie.
Mike McNeely (Earth-1610)
Patrick Loika (Earth-1610)
Ross Andru (Earth-1610)
Doctor Ruben was assigned to deal with Ryker's Island inmate Frank Castle, but he refused to talk about his past.
He visited again Castle when he came back to jail after being caught by Spider-Man and Daredevil.
Stone (Osborn) (Earth-1610)
Taki Soma (Earth-1610)
Latverian general Tappart was accused of genocide.
- Ultimate Marvel is an imprint of comic books published by Marvel Comics, featuring re-imagined and updated versions of the company's most popular superhero characters, including Spider-Man, Wolverine, the Hulk, Thor, Daredevil, the X-Men, the Avengers, and the Fantastic Four. The characters have new origins, freeing them from the sometimes convoluted back-histories of the original versions which were thought to turn off new readers unfamiliar with their extensive histories. Note an alternate universe special issue of Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe in 2005 designated "Ultimate Marvel Universe" as Earth-1610.
- The imprint was launched in 2000 with the publication of Ultimate Spider-Man, followed by Ultimate X-Men and The Ultimates in 2001. Prior to the launch, the imprint was under the working title of Ground Zero. While some of the series (including Ultimate Spider-Man) were seemingly aimed at younger readers than most Marvel titles, others (such as Ultimates) seem written for an older audience. Nevertheless, the Ultimate imprint as a whole was intended to attract and serve new readers beyond the existing Marvel fan base, although long-time fans have generally embraced the line.
- In the early days of the imprint, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada mentioned that Marvel had already published one series set in the Ultimate Universe prior to the imprint's launch. In his typically playful way, Quesada neglected to specify the series in question, although speculation favored Grant Morrison's Marvel Boy, released in 2000.
- The stories and characters of Ultimate Marvel have been adapted to reflect the differences between the present and past continuities, most of which were created in the 1960s and 1970s. For example, Ultimate Spider-Man gains his superpowers from a genetically-engineered spider rather than a radioactive spider, and his alter ego, Peter Parker, originally a photographer for the Daily Bugle newspaper, now has a part-time job as the paper's webmaster. Another noteworthy aspect of the Ultimate Marvel universe is that many of the characters are more youthful than their regular-continuity counterparts. In some cases, this is simply a result of taking the characters back to their origins - Spider-Man, The Human Torch, and the X-Men were teenagers at the beginning of their respective series - but other cases involve more striking changes. In particular, the back-story of the Ultimate Fantastic Four has been compressed so that they gain their powers when Reed Richards, the eldest, is only twenty-one years old.
- The Ultimate titles have displayed a shift away from a sprawling universe of magic, alternate dimensions, and continuity changes. Although these elements are present to a certain degree, Marvel characters with fantastic origins are often re-imagined to fit a more plausible (by comic-book standards) framework. For example, Mojo is an ordinary human as opposed to his Earth-616 counterpart, an extradimensional alien. Also, almost every character is somehow connected to Captain America and Nick Fury's attempt to recreate the Super-Soldier. Even mutants were recently revealed to be creations of the U.S government and Thor although his powers are godly, they come also from a special suit. Also, the phenomenon known as comic book death is rare in the Ultimate universe; the death of a character is treated as permanent and often has lasting consequences. However, due to the relative youth of the imprint, future writers and editors may choose to revive characters killed by earlier creative teams.
- The imprint as a whole attempts to link the various and diverse titles to a few common themes or events in order to avoid sprawling storylines that do not intersect. The most important elements that overlap with many of the Ultimate titles are the super-soldier project and a genetic arms race that is escalating world-wide. One of the most important factors was the discovery of the frozen body of Captain America, the original super-soldier and the only person whose DNA was fully able to accept the serum. This was a crucial factor in the formation of Nick Fury's super-team, The Ultimates. The Ultimates' first public mission was to take down the Hulk, the result of Bruce Banner's attempt to recreate the super-soldier serum with his own genes. In Ultimate Spider-Man, the genetically modified spider that bit Peter Parker was part of Norman Osborn's efforts to win the military bid for the super-soldier project. Furthermore, Osborn's super-soldier experiments turned him into the Green Goblin, his son Harry into the Hobgoblin and grafted Otto Octavius' metal arms onto his body. Competing efforts to make super-soldiers led to genetic mutations such as Electro, Sandman, and the creation of Colonel, who notably was the first person to react well to the super-soldier since Steve Rogers.
- Several storylines across the Ultimate titles have involved the genetic arms race and the commonly held belief that the next world war will be fought with genetically altered soldiers. There was an international test-ban treaty concerning development of super-soldiers, but many countries still maintain undercover genetic projects, such as the abandoned Russian super-soldier project seen in Ultimate Nightmare, the Weapon X Project utilizing brainwashed Mutants, and the U.S. development of a replacement for Captain America seen in Ultimates Annual #1. This treaty has apparently been amended or done away with entirely (or ignored) as of Ultimates Vol. 2, as the European Union is shown in that series developing and publicly testing superhuman "Captains" for their individual nations; the United States too has made public use of supplemental teams of "Giant Men" and other super-powered or mechanically enhanced operatives aside from the Ultimates.
- Nick Fury has been authorized by the President of the United States to create and enforce laws that regulate genetic modification, the most notable of which is that it is illegal to deliberately alter a human being's genetic makeup without government sanction (Presumably this extends to superhumans sanctioned in allied nations, as opposed to, say, Kraven the Hunter, who left the country to gain superhuman powers, but was arrested upon returning to the U.S.). The mutants in Ultimate X-Men are frequently drawn into the escalating conflict due to their involuntary but highly public status as genetic anomalies.
- The characters in this line exist outside of the regular Earth-616 continuity of the Marvel Universe and therefore do not interact with their original version counterparts. Marvel once hinted that a crossover was planned between the two worlds. This crossover was to have occurred in Ultimate Fantastic Four #21 (July 2005), although it turned out that this was a bit of sly misdirection on Marvel's part, as the continuity that they crossed over into in the issue was not that of Earth-616, but a similar one taken over by zombies. Since then, Joe Quesada has reiterated his earlier claim that the two universes will not cross over as that would signify that Marvel had "officially run out of ideas". However, the Spider-Men arc-story shows an official cross-over. Although, no characters met his direct counterpart. The Hunger storyline, by comparison, is the first crossover between the universes in which a counterpart meets another, with Galactus-616 meeting Gah Lak Tus from Earth-1610.
- In the Ultimate imprint's first few years of existence, some readers speculated that its great popularity might prompt Marvel to declare the Ultimate universe the "official" Marvel universe, replacing the traditional continuity. However, the strength of this rumor has diminished over time, as Marvel has shown no sign of canceling either continuity. However, in December 2005, Marvel began publishing a print ad campaign in titles across their company that showed all Ultimate titles and had the slogan, Ultimate Marvel: The Gold Standard.
- Writers noted for their work in the line include Brian Michael Bendis, Brian K. Vaughan, and Mark Millar. Former president Bill Jemas and Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada were also deeply involved in the creation of the line. Grant Morrison was involved in the conception of the imprint, but did not write any titles for it; he seemed to have been most involved in the creation of Ultimate Fantastic Four and was at one point set to write the series, but his departure from Marvel and exclusive contract with DC Comics made this impossible.
- With the fact that Ultimate Spider-Man writer Brian Michael Bendis has kept it aware that since Ultimate Spider-Man started, it has been only an estimated year and a half since it started, placing the timeline from 2001-2002. However, the timeline is looking disarrayed with New Ultimates appearing 8 months after Ultimatum, Ultimate Avengers appearing 3 weeks after Ultimatum, and Ultimate Comics Spider-Man takes place six months after Ultimatum. The timeline is looking even more disarrayed now in Ultimate Enemy, with several problems: Johnny Storm has black hair in Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, Bobby Drake has his head shaved, and Peter Parker cut his hair. Ultimate Enemy features Johnny Storm with blonde hair, Bobby Drake with blonde hair, and Peter with his full length of hair he previously had. Plus, there is a hint that refers to the New Ultimates mission against Loki and the Asgardian Trolls, which takes place 8 months after Ultimatum. This means that the New Ultimates mission has been foretold two months in advance, or the continuity is just completely disarrayed.
- One of the problems the popularity of this universe has brought is the confusion of new readers or people who aren't knowledgeable about comics who confuse events in the Earth-616 universe with Earth-1610 and vice versa, such as the Death of Spider-Man storyline. Because it was widely reported by the media, many people believed that it was Peter Parker of Earth-616 who died, instead of the Peter Parker from Earth-1610, or people writing in a mainstream Marvel character's page on Wikipedia a story about his or hers Ultimate counterpart as it was theirs, like what happened to Cyclops.
- Characters from Earth-1610
- Other things related to Earth-1610
- Earth-1610's Appearances
- Media Earth-1610 was Mentioned in
- Images from Earth-1610
- Reality Gallery: Earth-1610
- Marvel Marvel.Com's Ultimate Marvel Encyclopedia
- Ultimate X
- Ultimate Central
- Ultimate Marvel
- Ultimate Marvel Timeline
- Ultimate Marvel Universe
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #160
- ↑ Ultimate Comics Fallout #4
- ↑ Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man 005
- ↑ Ultimate Comics X-Men #1
- ↑ Ultimate Comics Ultimates #2
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Ultimate Spider-Man #121
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man Annual #2
- ↑ Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #4
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #4
- ↑ 10.0 10.1 Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #1
- ↑ 11.0 11.1 Ultimate Avengers vs. New Ultimates #6
- ↑ 12.0 12.1 Ultimate Spider-Man #30
- ↑ 13.0 13.1 Ultimate Daredevil and Elektra #3
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #29
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #42
- ↑ 16.0 16.1 16.2 Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #10
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #28
- ↑ 18.0 18.1 Ultimate Spider-Man #18
- ↑ Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #14
- ↑ 20.0 20.1 Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #9
- ↑ 21.0 21.1 21.2 Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #10
- ↑ 22.0 22.1 Ultimate Six #5
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #100
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #40
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #46
- ↑ 26.0 26.1 Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #5
- ↑ 27.0 27.1 Ultimate Spider-Man #14
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #17
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #19
- ↑ Ultimate Comics Spider-Man Vol 2 #11
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #74
- ↑ Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #12
- ↑ 33.0 33.1 Ultimate Six #3
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #113
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #114
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #47
- ↑ Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #15
- ↑ Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #15
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #56
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #62
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #58
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man Annual #3
- ↑ Ultimate Six #1
- ↑ 44.0 44.1 Ultimate Spider-Man #87
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #50
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #51
- ↑ Ultimate Origins #2
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #79
- ↑ Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #6
- ↑ Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #8
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #61
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #108
- ↑ Ultimate Avengers vs. New Ultimates #2
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #82
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man Super Special #1
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #60
- ↑ Ultimate Spider-Man #153