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The Dark Avengers and the Thunderbolts are on a collision course -- through time! Can history's most wanted villains save Luke Cage from his future? Jeff Parker, Declan Shalvey and Kev Walker unite for an epic tale of one man’s destiny!


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Dark Avengers stopped sucking when it stopped being Dark Avengers 0

AF Reviews: ThunderboltsAfter 4 annoying issues, it turns out Dark AvengersThunderbolts is still capable of being a good book. Due in part to the return of the characters people actually care about: Songbird and MACH-V. Oh, and John Walker too.Although I don't care for the Dark Avengers, it's interesting to see just how much Parker is beginning to fit into these issues. Some writers barely cover anything in an issue - but there's four plots going on here! The Dark Avengers are off on some non-de...

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Weak 0

I have not really been into this series from the start. I liked the odd time I read Thunderbolts and I loved Bendis' Dark Avengers but I really don't like this. It doesn't really have the feel of either (and it's trying to have both). I am also not loving the art, it isn't the worst I've seen but it is by far not the best.This issue we see Skaar and Luke Cage chasing down the fleeing Dark Avengers. Elsewhere we see the Thunderbolts struggling in a distant future with a ally in Man-Thing, in the ...

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