Thunderbolts #68

Writer: Fabian Nicieza Artist: Chris Batista Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 25, 2002

    It certainly took me long enough to catch on, but I finally figured out what Fabian Nicieza's doing on these issues, as I noticed that each issue is being narrated by a different cast member. Now this does serve to give each issue a nice standalone quality, as while the opening page recap helps to get new readers up to speed, one pretty much gets a complete story in every issue. Now this was a pretty basic story as we see Moonstone finds that her counterpart on this Earth is a basket-case. However, it does have itself a nice twist at the end, and depending on how evil one believes her to be, you can either say that Karla drove him into a situation that she could exploit, or she managed to make the best of a rather disastrous turn of events that she unintentionally triggered. Personally I believe it's the former, as it neatly mirrors her past behavior when she was a outright villain. The one problem I did have with this issue is that having the spotlight centered on Karla, does leave th Read Full Review

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