Thunderbolts #12

    Thunderbolts » Thunderbolts #12 released by Marvel on September 2013.

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    First, a look at the Punisher's role on the team...does he trust his teammates?



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    Well What do you Know? Major Improvements. 0

    for the Past Few Months Daniel way has been Butchering one of my utmost favorite Characters into pieces. If you haven't Heard, these characters in question are leader and Rulk. Leader went from an awesome interesting Villain to a Pathetic whelp, while rulk became an emotional idiot who tells people they are stupid unless they agree with him. While it's too late to save the leader( it's possible but the chances are slim), the series can still Improve. when i heard that Charles Soule was becoming ...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Methodical, classy and merciless Frank Castle. 0

    This issue marks some distrust by Frank towards Elektra. Frank didn't buy that Elektra had actually killed her brother Orestez in the end of issue #11, so Frank began by himself a manhunt to put Orestez down for good.-OPINION-This is by far the best issue of the book!! Until now... Charles Soule began this issue by telling us a solo story of the Punisher and his crusade to put down Orestez. Through this issue we will look at a methodical, classy and merciless Frank Castle. And we are going to...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    New Writer On Board - 0

    Summary: Frank doesn't believe that Elektra put down Orestez, and it turns out that she didn't. This issue is basically him hunting Orestez down. It also signals the end to the Frank/Elektra relationship as Frank 1. can't trust her and 2. now believes she deserves punishment for letting a monster like Orestez go.Good: This is definitely a loose ends wrap-up issue, and I think it does that nicely. We get a nice Frank issue, and his relationship with Elektra dissolves in a believable way. Also......

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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