Thunderbolts #75

Writer: Fabian Nicieza Artist: Manuel Garcia Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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The Thunderbolts reunite from a rip in space-time to seal the realms between High Evolutionary's counter-earth and the battle of the splintered Thunderbolt's battle with the V-Battalion.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 26, 2003

    A pretty solid finish to what is for all intents and purposes the last issue of the Thunderbolts, and Fabian Nicieza follows a well established formula that we tend to see on final issues. Now this is not a good issue to start picking up this title, as unless one is familiar with the relationship dynamics that exist between these characters, I can't imagine one finding this issue all that enjoyable. However, if you've been with this book since before the recent split format, then this issue acts as an pretty enjoyable reunion issue, and several lasting plot threads are resolved. The book also leaves its cast in a fairly interesting position, as the last page would seem to suggest that the next time we see these characters they'll be acting as villains. If nothing else this should make Hawkeye's next meeting with this group all the more interesting, as he essentially leaves this group in the hands of a known villain, trusting to the fact that Baron Zemo had forsaken his villainous ways. Read Full Review

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