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Thunderbolts, Vol. 3: Secret Invasion (Secret Invasion)
SECRET INVASION strikes Thunderbolts Mountain as Captain Marvel attacks But when you're dealing with the Thunderbolts, it's never quite clear who's the villain and who's the hero. Also, another unexpected visitor shows up, threatening to tear the T-Bolts apart from within Can Norman Osborn hold his team of damaged psyches and tortured souls together, or is this the end of ...more
Paperback, 168 pages
Published March 4th 2009 by Marvel
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It's the first Thunderboltscomic I've read before they became the Dark Avengers and I enjoyed it (maybe more 3,5 stars than 4), mainly because the Thunderbolts are the ultimate "anti-team": there is no clear leadership, there is no teamspirit, they are all losers who try/want to be heroes (but are a bit to psychotic to really become heroes) , nobody thrusts each other (one way or the other they all betray each other) - but strange enough, that's how they beat the Skrulls ! There are 3 one-shots ...more
I enjoyed this much more than I did the main Secret Invasion storyline. Because of the outcome of that tale, the story of Norman Osborn and his team fighting the Skrull invasion is an important one. On top of that, we have the already unstabble team of the Thunderbolts in a war and the stakes are high. I feel guilty enjoying watching these villains win the fight and beating each other down, but it becomes to much fun. The art leaves something to be desired especially after the last 2 volumes, bu ...more
I loved Warren Ellis's run writing for this series, and after he left all the magic got sucked out. This volume reprints the issues that dealt with Secret Invasion, as well as a bunch of one-shots that were published during Ellis's run but that were written by different people. None of them adds much to the series.
This was a REALLY solid Thunderbolts volume. all of the characters get plenty of page time, they all get decent chance at character or plot development AND their story's all tie in with the Marvel universe at large.
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