Thunderbolts #80

Writer: John Arcudi Artist: Francisco Ruiz Velasco Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 2, 2003

    The simple fact of the matter is that Man-Killer makes for a rather dull protagonist, as she's always been a bit of a one-dimensional creation in my eyes. Now her opening fight with Spider-Man is a visually interesting affair, and while the laughing crowd was a bit over-the-top, I have to say that by the end of the battle it's quite easy to understand why she isn't particularly fond of men, as Spider-Man spends the entire battle mocking her man hating attitude. However, once the battle has finished, the book slows down considerably, as we see it takes very little to convince Man-Killer to join the underground fighting circuit, and most of the issue is centered around playing up the idea that she hates men, which is an idea that had already been well established during the opening battle. I will say that the last couple pages do offer up an rather unexpected surprise, as one is left wondering if Man-Killer's offer to Axum is linked to the fighting circuit, or does she have another plan Read Full Review

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