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.
Again I’m not present due to football being on at the time of recording so it’s down to Eric, Anthony and Josh to bring it home. Eric continues to read books that nobody else does, Anthony talks about the first 3 issues of Battle of the Atom and Josh is still an idiot.
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.
First off Anthony apologies for his actions of the last episode. The beginning of Infinity with #1 and the tie-ins of Avengers #18 and Thunderbolts #14. Josh rants about Superior Spider-Man #16 and the series so far while we speculate who may be the man under the Goblin mask. We also talk about Thor: God of Thunder for the first time on the show and much more…
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.