Avengers/Thunderbolts (2004) #TP

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Legendary THUNDERBOLTS scribes Kurt Busiek and Fabian Nicieza return for this mighty Marvel melee! Itts the rematch of the century as Earthhs Mightiest Heroes face off against Marvells Most Wanted! Baron Zemo and the original Thunderbolts are backk but have they returned as friends or foes? The Avengers including former T-Bolts leader, Hawkeye want to know!
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Release Information

Published September, 2004 (Modern Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale September 22, 2004 for $14.99 USD. This issue contains 144 pages in Color, the current NM value is $15.00 USD. The publisher has rated this issue Marvel PSR (12+).

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Best Intentions

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  • Five: Truth and Consequences
  • Four: Betrayal
  • One: The Cause of Justice
  • Six: Blood Will Tell
  • Three: Nerves
  • Two: The Fine Line

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bobashep
3.5

by on 11/22/2018 11:12:00 AM

One of the most action-packed and thrilling stories I have ever read, whilst doubling as an almost to-dull-for-words morality play. There's just so much poetic waxing about human goodness with an unclear debate over nature vs. nurture and self-reform in this book. It's the type of Marvel story that could have only been thanks to the influence of Stan Lee. Too bad, The Man didn't write it...

stevil
5

by on 11/10/2014 3:31:00 AM
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