Thunderbolts #76

Writer: John Arcudi Artist: Francisco Ruiz Velasco Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 5, 2003

    To put it simply, if you are upset that the Thunderbolts has undergone such a dramatic change, then I fully expect you will find every excuse in the book to dislike this new direction. However, if one is willing to give this book the same opportunity to prove itself that you would afford most new titles, than I expect there will be many readers who will like what this book has to offer. Now this opening issue isn't exactly a home run, but it certainly holds its own when it comes to setting up it's central premise. The book introduces us to a lead character who is far from being the most likeable fellow, but I fully expect he'll emerge into a character one will want to see win before he enters the ring against the Armadillo. Plus, speaking of the Armadillo the book also does some nice work establishing that there are two sides to this character, as one is a burnt out prize fighter, while the other is a savage animal who is barely able to control his fury. Give it a chance, and I'm sure Read Full Review

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