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Exploring The Concept Of Redemption With The Thunderbolts

The Marvel Universe is filled with superhero teams working together to make the world a better place. As popular as The Avengers are, I find myself drawn to teams that have more complex origins. 574 more words

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Why Songbird Needs To Be Recognised As An Important Superhero

Not every superhero starts off as a hero. Some characters need to find their own way, coming from a dark place before finding their way to the light. 845 more words

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Thanos: Not Deep Enough

Spoilers ahead for Avengers: Infinity War

It is so strange to me that the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is celebrating its 10th anniversary. I am 30-years-old, meaning my age was somewhere around 20 or 21 when Iron Man came out. 1,069 more words

"Yesterday's" Comic> Thunderbolts #17

Thunderbolts #17

Marvel Comics (August, 1995)

“Matters Of Gravity”

WRITER: Kurt Busiek

PENCILER: Mark Bagley

COLORIST: Joe Rosas

LETTERER: Sidbhan Hanna

EDITOR: Tom Brevoort 335 more words

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"Yesterday's" Comic> Thunderbolts #16

Thunderbolts #16

Marvel Comics (July, 1998)

“Thunder & Lightning”

WRITER: Kurt Busiek

PENCILER: Mark Bagley

INKER: Scott Hanna

COLORIST: Joe Rosas

LETTERER: Sidbhan Hanna

EDITOR: Tom Brevoort 376 more words

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"Yesterday's" Comic> Thunderbolts #12

Thunderbolts #12

Marvel Comics (March, 1998)

“Endgame”

WRITER: Kurt Busiek

PENCILER: Mark Bagley

INKERS: Vince Russell, Scott Hanna, Larry Mahlstadt, & Greg Adams

COLORIST: Joe Rosas… 490 more words

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"Yesterday's" Comic> Thunderbolts #11

Thunderbolts #11

Marvel Comics (February, 1998)

“The High Ground”

WRITER: Kurt Busiek

PENCILER: Mark Bagley

INKER: Vince Russell

COLORIST: Joe Rosas

LETTERER: Dave Lanphear

EDITOR: Tom Brevoort 319 more words

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