Siege: Thunderbolts

Siege: Thunderbolts

by Jeff Parker, Miguel Sepulvida

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Collects Thunderbolts #138-143. It's been too long since Mr. X has killed, and he needs his next fix! Ghost has taken notice, and sees an opportunity...while Scourge is seeing things that no one should! Add in the selfish intentions of Paladin and Ant-Man, stir with a stick of dynamite and...BOOM!

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ISBN-13: 9781302479695
Publisher: Marvel
Publication date: 06/30/2015
Series: Siege: Thunderbolts , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 75 MB
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Siege: Thunderbolts 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
schatzi on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I had almost given up on the Thunderbolts title. Warren Ellis' run was great, but Andy Diggle's run, to be brutally honest, sucked. But thank goodness for Jeff Parker, who completely saved this title for me with this trade.First off, I love that Quicksilver kicks Mr. X's rear in a spectacularly awesome way. Seeing the speedster as a "hero" again (instead of being the latest whipping boy or pining after his still-missing sister) - and seeing him being quite forthright about his abilities in the fighting arena - made me all warm and fuzzy inside. Thank you, Jeff Parker, for realizing how awesome Quicksilver can be and actually utilizing him as more than just background filler!Seeing the various conflicts that the team members are facing and involved in was also interesting. I liked watching Ghost, who seems to be playing for both sides, and I enjoyed Paladin's crisis of conscience. And Ant-Man, who rather reminds me of Deadpool in a way, did his teammate a real solid. And he went into instructor mode with Cassie. I loved it.Watching the Thunderbolts break down was a good read, and this is probably my favorite Thunderbolts trade since Ellis left the title.