Thunderbolts Omnibus, Vol. 1

Thunderbolts Omnibus, Vol. 1


comics, , Sequential Art, Superheroes lightning! When the Avengers and Fantastic Four fall, new heroes emerge to protect the Marvel Universe: Citizen V, Meteorite, Songbird, Atlas, Techno and Mach-1! But in one of the greatest shocks in comic book history, these Thunderbolts are really the Masters of Evil in disguise! With Baron Zemo leading them into battle, what is the scheming villain's endgame? How long can they keep their secret hidden? And when the truth is finally revealed, will the Thunderbolts return to type - or have their brief lives as heroes inspired them to change? Collecting writer Kurt Busiek's complete, fan-favorite run!

Thunderbolts (1997) 0-33, Thunderbolts Annual 1997, Thunderbolts: Distant Rumblings (1997) -1, Incredible Hulk (1968) 449, Spider-Man Team-Up (1995) 7, Heroes For Hire (1997) 7, Captain America & Citizen V Annual 1998, Avengers (1998) 12, material from Tales of the Marvel Universe (1997) 1

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    Thunderbolts Omnibus, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • John Kirk

    14 years ago (Feb 1997), I bought issue 1 of the comic. The solicitations made it look fairly generic, but Kurt Busiek had done good work on other titles (e.g. Untold Tales of Spider-Man Omnibus) so I...

  • Terrance

    Mostly hailed for its first issue (which, if it's already spoiled cuts into the enjoyment), this is a fairly fun and incisive look at the thin line between heroes and villains, but I prefer Busiek's o...