Thunderbolts #70

Writer: Fabian Nicieza Artist: Stefano Caselli Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 30, 2002

    An enjoyable issue that finally gets around to shedding some light on MACH-3 who hasn't received much attention as of late. This half of the split format is also making good use of it's ability to offer up some fairly unique settings for its stories, as a devastated city haunted by its former inhabitants reads like a wonderful set piece for a horror film, and Fabian Nicieza makes great use of this chilling atmosphere, as MACH-3 finds himself subjects to the attentions of the ghosts of Paris. There's also a nice sense that this story is building toward something big, as Fabian Nicieza could very well have the freedom to completely wipe out the Hero Reborn Earth, and as such the Thunderbolts can become involves in one of those ever rare stories where an entire planet faces destruction, and the writer can actually follow through on the threat. If nothing else this issue makes good use of its cast, as the varied personalities are on full display, with Baron Zemo in fine form. Read Full Review

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