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HULK’s “Scorched Earth” program hits the T-Bolts – forcing the newest addition to the team to reveal their true colors! It looks like one prisoner will be walking away with no nanite controls and no chance of recapture...unless Juggernaut has something to say about it! It’s monsters, mayhem and more wicked twists in the series that ComicBookResources.com crowns “a must-read book each month.”

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Review: Thunderbolts #153 0

When Hyperion turns on the Thunderbolts, the team scrambles together to give the jerk his comeuppance.   The Good Characterization and action - - that's what this book excels at. It's all about these extreme personalities bumping heads and trading punches. I love how Hyperion's revealed to be such a dweeb through simple touches in his dialog and how Ghost finds a way to turn even a selfless act into an opportunity for some creepy lechery. This also has the best depiction of the Juggernaut that ...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Team Work 0

You can say a lot of things about the T-Bolts, like you don´t like the roster, that it´s an outdated idea and concept, that bad guys will always be bad guys and so on, but you can never take the merit of Parker for lifting up this team to the heights deserved to it and from the pitts of hell that they passed through after Secret Invasion. Parker really put together a team from scratch, using only Ghost, Moonstone and Songbird from the last rosters and he is delivering issue by issue fantastic st...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Down With The King 0

It is another great Thunderbolts issue by Jeff Parker as the title loosely ties into the Scorched Earth story arc from Parker's other series, Hulk. The team is betrayed by one of their own, and that comes with serious consequences.  It says something when the giant rampaging monsters are actually the boring part of a story. This issue is really about a developing comradery among the convicts of the team and how they respond to the betrayal committed by King Hyperion. What really makes it work is...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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