Thunderbolts #1

    Thunderbolts » Thunderbolts #1 - Enlisted released by Marvel on February 5, 2013.

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    Red Hulk, Venom, Elektra, Deadpool, the Punisher. Forget the courts, the jails, the system - this team of Thunderbolts fights fire with fire, targeting the most dangerous and lethal players in the Marvel Universe with extreme prejudice. Led by General "Thunderbolt" Ross, AKA the Red Hulk, this hand-picked team of like-minded operatives is going to make the world a better all means necessary.



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    Putting the Team Together 0

    I decided to go into this series with an open mind as prior to reading this issue there were things that I was looking forward to, like the characters and seeing Punisher and Deadpool two of my favourite underrated characters team up, whereas I wasn't too sure if I'd like Steve Dillon's art as I usually don't like it.PlotThis issue sees Thunderbolt Ross A.K.A the Red Hulk putting the Thunderbolts together. He goes all around the world from Somalia, France and Afghanistan to recruit his Thunderbo...

    10 out of 11 found this review helpful.

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    ***SPOILER FREE REVIEW***I admit, I was pretty eager for this title to come around. The idea of a group of anti-heroes/near-villains like the Thunderbolts being assembled by General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross (pun intended) should be a fun title. Unfortunately, this title was a rather large let down.Reading the first issue of Thunderbolts reminded me quite a bit of last week's FF. Both comics were just small peeks of things to come, mostly focusing on the assembling of the respective teams. Onl...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    R.I.P. Frank Castle's Facial Hair 0

    I was expecting worse.Mostly because of the creative team (Daniel Way is probably one of the few people able to write a popular book for over 4 years and remain almost universally criticized by just about everyone), but honestly what got me upset about this most of all was the inclusion of the Punisher. Castle has a reputation of being an often over-used character that few writers are able to get right. In fact, I'd argue the only time I truly felt he was used to full effect was in Greg Rucka's ...

    3 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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