Thunderbolts #3

Writer: Fabian Nicieza, Kurt Busiek Artist: Tom Grummett Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 4, 2005

    Tom Grummett is a great artist to have on a team book, as he has the ability to not only deliver the big spectacle, but he's also able to keep track of all the various players, as the art moves around the battle with a sense of clarity so one is never left wondering what a member of the team is doing in the midst of a heated battle. I mean there's a great sequence in the middle of this book where the art purposefully jumps from one character to the next to show us what the characters are doing as the building collapses. There's also a number of impressive big impact images, from Spider-Man's attempt to use his webbing to hold up the building, to the big scene where Atlas emerges out the side of the building the hold up the entire structure. The cliff-hanger image is also pretty intense, and I have to say I rather like the visual design of the Thunderbolt's secret protector. Read Full Review

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