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Thunderbolts, After Original Sin

 I am told to expect the nature of the Thunderbolts comic to undergo some very big changes after Original Sin. The book began as the story of supervillains masquerading as superheroes, and eventually coming to rather enjoy the change. It …

Forty-One Thoughts About Forty Comics – Uber, Uncanny X-Men, Wolverine & The X-Men, Satellite Sam, Sinister Dexter, Skin Trade, Three, Chew, Manifest Destiny, Wasteland, Batman, Batgirl, Wolverine, Deathmatch, 3 Guns, Nova, Thunderbolts, Adventure Time, Krampus, Protocol Orphans, Drumhellar, GI Joe, Justice League #3000, Superboy, Unity, Harbinger, A Boy And A Girl, Warlock, Doc Savage, GI Joe Special Missions, Indestructible, Alex + Ada, Lazarus, Memory Collectors, Dead Body Road, Powerpuff Girls, Star Trek, Wraith And X-Files

A quick flick through a few of this week’s comics, in the most popular regular column on Bleeding Cool, X Thoughts About X Comics. Get in touch if you want your comic book featured…   From Uber #8, Joe Stalin …

Thirty-Three Thoughts About Thirty-Three Comics – Young Avengers, Tom Strong, Nova, Secret Avengers, Now What?, Haunted Horror, Justice League Dark, Great Pacific, Satellite Sam, Sex Criminals, Uncanny Avengers, Pretty Deadly, Judge Dredd, Velvet, Infinity Hunt, Conan, Infinity Heist, Larfleez, Savage Wolverine, Rat Queens, Massive, Doctor Who, Rocketeer/Spirit, Samurai Jack, Mind MGMT, Kiss Me Satan, Zombie War, Fever Ridge, Dark Horse Presents, Vampirella, Army Of Darkness/Reanimator and Thunderbolts

Another week, a lovely load of comic books! The Gay Blade does seem to suit the long beard and hair in when talking to a created-by-Alan-Moore character in today’s Tom Strong, doesn’t he? Today’s lesson. When fighting Nova, don’t call …

The Secret History Of The Inhumans… Or The Mormons? (Infinity Spoilers)

I confess, I am now wanting a Broadway musical entitled The Book Of Inhumans. Because in today’s Infinity titles from Marvel, we learn a new secret history of the family of altered, twisted race of people… and that there are …

Nineteen Thoughts About Nineteen Comics – Judge Dredd, KISS Kids, Aphrodite IX, Thunderbolts, Wonder Woman, Nova, X-Men, X-Men Legacy, Vibe, Justice League Of America, Pandora, Indestructible Hulk, Daredevil, X-O Manowar, Bloodshot, Mice Templar, Thief Of Thieves, Batman And Nightwing And BPRD

It’s Wednesday! Lots of comics came out today! Here are a few thoughts about a few of them. Mostly (but not totally) ones I haven’t talked about already today… Okay, firstly, I want Cosplay of this guy by NYCC and …

Blowing Up Infinity, Emotionally

So Avengers gives us some major Infinity continuity tie-ins, as the biggest galactic Alliance go toe-to-toe with The Builders. And you get some truly spectacular comic book portrayals of a space battle. Full 3D rotation and lots of light – …

Marvel Ch-Ch-Changes, From Thunderbolts To X-Force

A few solicitation changes for upcoming Marvel comics… Emerald City Of Oz has been reduced from a six issue to a five issue series. Wellington Alves will now be joined by Carlo Pagulayan and Patrick Olliffe on Red She-Hulk #67. …

Superior Spider-Man, Thunderbolts, Punisher And Green Lantern Top The Advance Reorders This Week

The week’s reorders see the return of subsequent prints and variant covers being reordered, as this chart is often the only way those comics can be bought. Though with Image’s new plan, you may see a little less of this. …

Twenty-One Thoughts About Twenty-One Comics – Detective Comics, Avengers, Animal Man, Swamp Thing, Action Comics, Kevin Keller, Wake The F*ck Up, Deadpool, Amazing Spider-Man, Hawkeye, Hellboy, Daredevil End Of Days, Avenging Spider-Man, Ultimates, Thunderbolts, All New X-Men, Fashion Beast, I Love Trouble, Great Pacific, Minutemen And Creator Owned Heroes

  There are more aspects that tie into Death Of The Family in some of the non-tie books that with today’s die cut cover Detective Comics #15. At least on the surface. But this juxtaposition rather fits the themes in …

Pop Culture Hounding Marvel NOW! and Ryan Ferrier

Chris Thompson writes for Bleeding Cool… just before he heads off to Malta! Taylor and I have mixed views about this week’s Marvel Now! books, and find we don’t see eye-to-eye with Daniel Way’s Thunderbolts #1 or Jonathan Hickman’s much-anticipated …

Warren Ellis Thunderbolts Hits 99c On ComiXology

Working its way around the world, until it hits the US and goes official, it looks like Warren Ellis and Mike Deodato‘s Thunderbolts run that span out of Civil War will be hitting 99 cents on Monday morning… it’s already …

Punisher’s Clothing Choice Is Rather Suspect

Okay, so he wears a skull on his chest, which brings to mind a rather famous Mitchell and Webb sketch. He’s not known for the wisest of clothing choices. But does Punisher’s red skull shirt on the cover of the …

Red Hulk Stars In Thunderbolts #1 From Marvel NOW, Daniel Way And Steve Dillon

Last week Newsarama teased “Lightning” as a new Marvel NOW! title from Daniel Way and Steve Dillon and everyone guessed it was a new Thunderbolts comic. They were right. What not everyone guessed was that it would have the General Thunderbolt Ross, …

Marvel NOW Teases SURVIVE! From Dennis Hopeless And Kev Walker

Marvel has just teased a new series as part of Marvel NOW!, with the word SURVIVE and the team of Dennis Hopeless and Kev Walker from December. Bleeding Cool had heard the rumour that they might both be on a …

Jeff Parker And Declan Shalvey’s Thunderbolts Becomes Dark Avengers In June

Marvel were set to announce this at Wondercon.  But it’s just gone public on the Diamond site, so… In June, Thunderbolts will be renamed Dark Avengers, with issues #175 and #176. Smart viewers may have noted in this week’s Avengers …

Those Marvel Double Ships For June In Full

In June, Marvel have shrunk the number of comics shipping more than one issue in a month, down from 24 to 18. Admittedly, May is a five week month and June is a four week month. But for those of …

Thunderbolts To End In May… And Change To Something Else

The solicitation for May’s Thunderbolts #174 was pretty telling. • The Clash of the Bolts Concludes! • In their most dire hour, the Fixer makes a devastating decision! • Zemo’s legacy of evil destroy our present or can the Thunderbolts …

Thunderbolts #163 Cover Takes On The DC Relaunch

Applause to the cover department of Marvel who decided to make the cover to this week’s issue of Thunderbolts… a little similar in tone to certain comics being published by DC this week. Nice use of font size, folks. Okay, …