Thunderbolts #10

Thunderbolts #10

Writer: Daniel Way Artist: Julian Totino Tedesco Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: June 5, 2013 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 2
6.4Critic Rating
6.8User Rating

RED MENACE, parts 5 & 6!All the secrets are bared, as the TBOLTS conclude their second arc.Will the team overcome their mistrust to takeout the supplier of gamma-powered Crimson Dynamos?

  • 7.5
    Geek Smash - Sam Johnson Jun 6, 2013

    Phil Noto's art, colored by Guru eFX is very nice; Daniel Way's attempt at British dialect is the right side of cringe-inducing, and although " like last month's " this is essentially a build-up issue, with the next one to be writer Daniel Way's final of the series, this is a stronger issue " and one with little nuggets thrown in that long-time Deadpool fans like myself will find welcome. The biggest criticism is of the cover, which had me wondering at what its context would be, ahead reading "Thunderbolts" #10. It has none, bearing no relation to the content of the comic. Whether it will factor into "Thunderbolts" #11, which has the potential to be highly explosive, we shall see" Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Marvel Disassembled - Michael Bowie Jun 7, 2013

    This isn't a great issue by any means. It's definitely more about solidifying the questions already raised in the series then it is about answering any of them. That said, if you enjoy these characters or this series, you'll probably find something to like here, even with the lack of action. I did. However this probably isn't the best place to start if you aren't already reading this book. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Punisher Central - Ivo Santos Jun 9, 2013

    Phil Noto's art is keeping the same quality and GURU eFX colors the same. Both are doing great jobs and help this book. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Digitl Noob - Russ Pirozek Jun 7, 2013

    After ten issues, this book is moving along at a great pace. With Daniel Way gone after issue #11, there is no telling what new writer Charles Soule will come up with, but Way has done admirable with his work on Thunderbolts. The artwork is solid, the writing is good and this is a fun title to read each month. There is an inexplicable aura about the book that is a bit lackluster, but not in the disappointing way. It's just a solid book that continuously keeps that pace. Read Full Review

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