The first volume of the second volume of The Ultimates (yes, it is pointlessly confusing) is probably Millar's best work on the series so far. The superheroes are being sent to deal with foreign countries, turning them into world police/controllers. At least that's Thor's take on the situation and maybe that's why the Ultimates turn on him. That, or it simply is the work of his evil brother Loki. Either way, the Hulk is tried for murder and Pym gets himself involved in the hilarity that is The Defenders. Finally, finally!, Quicksilver is taken away from his seemingly incestuous relationship with his sister and does something that we readers are privy to (of course the whole opening of the book could have been handled by him without all the negative effects but whatever).