Thunderstrike #5

    Thunderstrike » Thunderstrike #5 - The Storm and The Sacrifice released by Marvel on June 1, 2011.

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    Is this the end of the new Thunderstrike? Will he suffer the same fate as the original? To save the universe from the merciless Mangog, he must now join forces with the mighty Avengers--the team that he believes betrayed Eric Masterson! Guest-starring Steve Rogers, Spider-Man, Wolverine, Iron Man and the man the new Thunderstrike hates most of all--the mighty Thor!


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    I Loved The 90s, But I Don't Miss It. 0

    The new Thunderstrike limited series concludes, giving us an interesting new young hero in the Marvel Universe. Unfortunately, it also handicaps itself and the character with storytelling that really is not up to the standard of today's comics. Marvel's strange decision to slant this series toward nostalgia for the 90s may be its only major problem, but it is such a major problem that it totally undermines everything Tom Defalco and Ron Frenz are trying to accomplish.Kevin Masterson has inherite...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Thunderstrike 0

    I was a huge Thunderstrike fan back in the day. So naturally I picked-up this new series of Kevin taking the mantle of his father. I do have to agree with both Adamwarlock and Blurredview on how the series could have been better as far as writing goes. Tom Defalco is one of Marvels greats and I expected a lot more from him. I did appreciate the series for all the action it had. A lot of writers now a days tends to over dramatize the character in battle, like say Matt Fraction on Iron Man. A goo...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Well thank God THAT'S over... 0

    I was thrilled to have the opportunity to buy the first issue of this new Thunderstrike series at the same comic store I'd purchased the final issue of the original at some 15 years prior.  The original Thunderstrike (Eric Masterson) is still a character that fills me with happy nostalgia, and who I still feel is one of the most personable characters Marvel ever produced.  I was crushed that Marvel felt the need to all out kill him off rather than to just cancel the book and allow the character ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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