• THE PUNISHER VS. THE THUNDERBOLTS, PART 1 • Writers Ben Acker & Blacker, creators of The Thrilling Adventure Hour and writers of the 2013 Thunderbolts Annual, take control of the TBOLTS... • ...AND TEAR THEM APART! • Guest-starring The Avengers!
In short then, Thunderbolts #27 is amazing. Its an excellent stat from a new creative team with an arc that has the potential to be a lot of fun. How will Punisher fare against the Thunderbolts? Well find out the answer soon – and when things really kick into gear you wont want to miss out. Recommended. Read Full Review
"Thunderbolts" #27 gives readers a new shot at an old concept filtered through new writers and makes a strong case for those readers to stick around. Nothing is solved, but plenty is started in this issue. Now would be a great time to check this comic book out if you haven't in while. The Thunderbolts work nicely with Acker and Blacker, who waste no time finding a groove to rock out. Read Full Review
Thunderbolts #27 indicates that this title might have finally found it's stride, and given the appearance of an old school T-bolts character, I'm extremely encouraged the writers understand the history and potential future of the franchise. Read Full Review
Thunderbolts undergoes another creative team change in this issue, with Ben Acker and Ben Blacker taking over from previous writer Charles Soule. The new writers do a competent job with a book whose premise I've never quite connected with. Read Full Review