Next issue has a very road trip look to it, but before we get there, it’s time, despite the rather pointless Infinity banner for the Thunderbolts to finish off their mission for the Punisher.
Here we go again. It’s been three weeks, must be time for me to be disappointed by Thundebolts again. As much as it pains me to admit, I don’t think this book stands much of a chance of being anything more than tolerable for the time being.
Here we go again. Another month, another round of “what’s wrong with Thunderbolts”. As often as I play this game, you’d think that I enjoyed it. I promise you, I really, really don’t. But, here we go anyway.
This month, the Thunderbolts take another step closer to actually accomplishing the Punisher’s special mission. And another step closer to actually being involved in the Infinity event heralded on the cover.
I’m really starting to think that Marvel just does not want me to like this book. I’m trying, I really am, but if if its no one thing with Thunderbolts, it’s another.
What can I say except, finally! It’s been months since Mercy’s first appearance in this series, and finally Charles Soule has given us a deeper look into just who exactly this woman is. It may not be the complete answer, though I do have my guesses, but it’s definitely a start.
Credit the new writer, or credit the focus being placed entirely on the Punisher. Whatever the exact cause, if this wasn’t the best issue of the current Thunderbolts series, then it definitely came close.