|Artist(s):||Mark Brooks, Penciller|
|Karl Story, Inker|
|Media Type:||Pen and Ink|
|Art Type:||Interior Page|
|Added to Site:||8/27/2017|
Offered here is the published art for Ultimate X-Men 100 pg 18 drawn by Mark Brooks and inked by Karl Story. As many are aware, issue 100 was the final issue of Ultimate X-Men (published March 18, 2009) however the story continued in Ultimatum #4-5 ending with Ultimate X-Men: Requiem. This issue begins when Madrox clones blow up Parliament House, killing Captain Britain and other Captains of the European nations. At Xavierís School, Wolverine, Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Angel and Iceman returned to discover that Xavier has also been killed. The team splits up... and in this page, Wolverine has gone to the Savage Land and met with Ka-Zar and Shanna to track down the real Multiple Man. They come to a house in the middle of the Savage Land where Wolverine kicks down the door and finds Lorelei dressed as a housewife carrying a tray of cookies fresh from the oven. Lorelei uses her manipulative powers on Ka-Zar, ordering him to kill Wolverine. But Ka-Zar is stopped and they realize that Loreleiís spell is keeping Multiple Man in an illusion. Wolverine proceeds to slay Lorelei before confronting the Multiple Man, who believes he is is a thirteen-year-old boy living in 1994. I am calling this "the published art" because (as it was told to me) the original pencil art for these pages was done on 8.5 x 11" paper, scanned and electronically sent to Karl Story due to deadline issues. Karl then "blew them up" and printed them on standard 11 x 17" 2-ply Bristol (although this is DC paper, not Marvel) so he could ink them for publication. So, for transparency, this is not "technically" a blue line, but Mark Brooks' pencils are not under Karl Story's inks but this is the image used to publish the page in the comic. I know; complicated. As usual, shipping is not included in the price and I prefer checks and money orders. If you need to use PayPal I need it to be sent as a "gift" or Friends and Family" Sorry if that is an issue.
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