Thunderbolts #167

Writer: Jeff Parker Artist: Declan Shalvey Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 4
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TO CATCH A MURDERER, THE BOLTS MUST BECOME HIM! Hot on the trail of Jack the Ripper, the Thunderbolts have to battle their own teammates - and discover a dark secret that will push them to grisly choices. Meanwhile, in the modern age, the Ghost make a devastating decision to capture the fugitive Thunderbolts!

  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jamil Scalese Dec 23, 2011

    I do have to admit that the lofty rating received a bump from the last page guest appearance of one of my favorite characters in Marvel lore. Another great thing about Thunderbolts -- it's not tied down by any specific character or franchise so it can generally go anywhere and do anything. Almost 30 issues in, this era of the title might be the best ever. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    IGN - oshua Yehl Dec 21, 2011

    Declan Shalvey does a great job creating the dark back alleys of London, which adds a sinister tone to the proceedings. Satana cannot help but steal each issue with her morbid yet sexy powers, and here she does so with the aforementioned tongue and a disturbing exorcism technique. Shalvey's consistent artwork throughout has made sure each character's flourishes and quirks are always present, which only helps enhance this stellar title. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Vine - Matt Demers Dec 21, 2011

    One time period was interesting. Two was stretching it. Three? I'm hoping that there will be an over-arching point instead of just visiting random periods from the Avengers' past. Eventually, I'd hope that they return to the present and get back to backing up SHIELD and doing a bit of wetwork. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - DS Arsenault Dec 28, 2011

    A fun issue about an ber-offbeat super-team of anti-heroes and heroes in training, doing a tour in time. Read Full Review

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