Thunderbolts #73

Writer: Fabian Nicieza Artist: Manuel Garcia Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 23, 2002

    I've seen this story many times before, as the ever expanding anomaly is a staple plot device of most every team book. However, Fabian Nicieza does a pretty solid job using his cast of mostly villains to add a new twist, as except for Hawkeye & Songbird the rest of these characters have very little experience at performing heroic acts. The issue also nicely plays up the idea that Hawkeye leads by example, as not only does he come across as a fairly capable field leader, but we also see he's forever putting his life on the line to show his team that he's willing to risk it all, to save their lives. Now I was a bit disappointed by the rather abrupt finish this issue has, as in one panel the anomaly is there, and in the next it's suddenly gone. However the final page would seem to suggest that next issue will tell us what happened inside the void, and the observant reader can probably already guess who followed the team back through the void. Read Full Review

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