Thunderbolts, Volume 2
If you operate in the shadows long enough, someone is going to shine a light on you. But Bucky didn't think that person would be his best friend, Steve Rogers! Captured and separated from his team, Bucky is on his own. Where do his loyalties lie? Steve wants to know. The only thing is, Steve has secrets of his own... And when an original Thunderbolt returns, how will Songbird react to the reunion of her former team? Things are about to get broken for the Thunderbolts - including bones, a jail, a promise...and quite possibly your heart...Collecting: Thunderbolts 7-12

Thunderbolts, Volume 2 Details

TitleThunderbolts, Volume 2
Author
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJul 11th, 2017
PublisherMarvel Comics
ISBN0785196692
ISBN-139780785196693
Number of pages144 pages
Rating
GenreSuperheroes, Marvel, Sequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Comic Book

Thunderbolts, Volume 2 Review

  • David
    July 11, 2017
    Well that was fun while it lasted. Bummed it was such a short ride! Sean Izaakse illustrates the first issue in the collection and he's a terrific artist. Need to remember that name! Jeez, Marvel's cancelling all my favorite titles: Thunderbolts, Spider-Woman, Mockingbird. Sadface.
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  • Chris Lemmerman
    June 23, 2017
    [Read as single issues]The Thunderbolts are probably my favourite superhero team. The classic Thunderbolts especially (though I love pretty much every incarnation of the team except the Fightbolts that we will never talk about). When Marvel announced a new Thunderbolts series with all of my favourites involved plus Bucky Barnes, I was sold.This second volume even brings back Baron Zemo, Songbird (one of my favourite ever characters) and Jolt, so this should be a super-win.Unfortunately, we're in [Read as single issues]The Thunderbolts are probably my favourite superhero team. The classic Thunderbolts especially (though I love pretty much every incarnation of the team except the Fightbolts that we will never talk about). When Marvel announced a new Thunderbolts series with all of my favourites involved plus Bucky Barnes, I was sold.This second volume even brings back Baron Zemo, Songbird (one of my favourite ever characters) and Jolt, so this should be a super-win.Unfortunately, we're instead plagued by event tie-ins to the point that the last three issues of the series end on a cliffhanger to be dealt with in Secret Empire, and Jon Malin's Rob Liefeld-esque artwork that really has no place on a comic book nowadays. The opening issue featuring art from Sean Izaakes (who pencilled #6 in the last volume) is so much nicer, and yet...Unfinished stories, 90s throwback art, and squandering my favourite characters is not a good way to treat one of my favourite series. Sad face.
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  • Daniel Butcher
    July 26, 2017
    For this being Zub's first hero comic he really did a good job of connecting the old Thunderbolts (not counting the Marvel NOW version) to the current storyline...and he did what he was asked...give a year worth of good story that gets these characters to Secret Empire.
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  • April Cole
    April 20, 2017
    This has been my favorite comic series for the past year. If it wasn't for the ending I would have given it five stars. I hope Marvel fixes this whole mess soon.
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