Thunderbolts #151

Writer: Jeff Parker Artist: Kev Walker Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: December 15, 2010 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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The Thunderbolts own psychologist, Moonstone, peels back the layers and delves into the mind and past of the paranoid known only as Ghost! How did his war on the corporate system begin and what made him leave his humanity behind?

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    IGN - Miguel Perez Dec 15, 2010

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  • 8.0
    X-Man's Comic Blog - x-man75 Dec 19, 2010

    Well, before this issue I could care less about Ghost, but his origin story was so well done, I couldn't help but like him. The origin story was well done, and gave Ghost more of an anti-hero vibe, than the pure villain vibe I had been previously getting off of him. It's always nice when a writer can take a character that I really don't care about and give me a reason to care about them. So good job to Jeff Parker on that one. The reveal at the end that Hyperion would be joining the team left me a bit conflicted, since they already have Juggernaut on the team... I'm not sure they needed ANOTHER powerhouse on a team that already has Juggernaut, Moonstone and Luke Cage. But I guess we'll find out with the next issue. Read Full Review

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    Comic Book Resources - Chad Nevett Dec 19, 2010

    "Thunderbolts" #151 reveals an origin for the Ghost that explains a lot about why he acts as he does, but does take away a little bit from the character's innate mystique. By basing his former life in something so mundane and executed in a somewhat clichd fashion, it does detract in a small way. On the whole, though, it's a story that livens up the Ghost and the aura he projects. Read Full Review

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