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The T-Bolts leap into HULK’s “Scorched Earth”! At the request of Steve Rogers, Luke Cage must take his hardened team to deal with a doomsday scenario unleashed in the pages of HULK! And now that the squad is a man short, Cage finally uses his power to recruit another prisoner to duty—and his pick will shock you! Will the Thunderbolts accept this new member as a part of their force? Or will this heavy duty wild card destroy the balance of power? Find out in the series that’s Best Shots calls “The Avengers title that not enough people are raving about…it's one of the best of the bunch.”



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Review: Thunderbolts #152 0

The T-Bolts' take on a gang of nasty kaiju with the assistance of Hyperion; though they don't exactly which Hyperion they're dealing with.  The Good I was intrigued by Hyperion's surprise addition to the team last issue and I'm glad to see the storytelling possibilities of his inclusion getting explored so satisfactorily. A big part of the fun of this book is to watch these extreme personalities having to work together even when they don't trust eachother - - so I was, thus, really enjoying the...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Of course the giant monsters attack Japan 0

Note: This is more about the Thunderbolts as a series and less about this specific issue.  I think Jeff Parker has found his book, the one that is best suited to his writing style. (Red) Hulk is not a bad book by any means, but not great either. The best thing about that series is the art. Thunderbolts on the other hand, is awesome! Parker is great at forced perspective in comics. In Agents of Atlas he had the main characters pose as bad guys to take apart the Atlas Foundation from the inside. ...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Thunderbolts #152 0

Thunderbolts vs. Godzilla (and friends)!!!   The Good This is a seriously, seriously fun issue. I'm not even going to dwell on the why and how's of this issue (because they don't make sense). I'm just going to turn my analytical cap off and enjoy the fireworks. I mean sure, this kind of mission is clearly outside the scope of their operations. Why the Avengers aren't handling something on this scale is beyond me, but thankfully they aren't. If they had been we wouldn't have this lovely issue rig...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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