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Preview: Thunderbolts #133

A DARK REIGN TIE-IN! It's Thunderbolt vs. Thunderbolt?! Preview THUNDERBOLTS #133 on sale June 24, 2009.

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WRITER: Andy Diggle PENCILS: Roberto De La Torre INKS: Roberto De La Torre COLORED BY: Frank Martin LETTERED BY: Comicraft THE STORY: A DARK REIGN TIE-IN! It's Thunderbolt vs. Thunderbolt, as Norman Osborn's black-ops hit squad targets former team-member Songbird—and this time, they're not underestimating this bird of prey! But even with a pack of blood-thirsty killers on her heels, Songbird has a few tricks up her sleeve...and enough experience fighting dirty to know that attack is the best form of defense! The acclaimed team of Andy Diggle and Roberto De La Torre serve up another offering of the book that Wizard calls "a breakout book"! Rated T …$2.99 IN STORES: June 24, 2009 Not a subscriber to Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited yet? Join now! Check out the official Marvel Shop for your favorite Marvel Heroes! Download episodes of "X-Men: Evolution" and "Wolverine and the X-Men" now on iTunes!

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      theshock621
      theshock621

      [quote@BlackSamurai Not just that, this team has seemed rather lightweight, so I figure it was time for them to go up against something to prove their worth. I've noticed the book has been less about redeeming or seemingly redeemed villains though, and that is fitting now that villains-as-heroes is being explored in Dark Avengers.[/quote] Yeah, the book is about a group of killers that play as Osborn's undercover hounds to sic on whomever he desires. I thought this book would fall off after Bullseye and the gang left, but I like it alot! After getting their butts handed to them by Deadpool and Taskmaster, they got more muscle too....I mean Mr.X actually laid out Wolverine!!!! I can't wait til the next issue!

      BlackSamurai
      BlackSamurai

      Not just that, this team has seemed rather lightweight, so I figure it was time for them to go up against something to prove their worth. I've noticed the book has been less about redeeming or seemingly redeemed villains though, and that is fitting now that villains-as-heroes is being explored in Dark Avengers.

      theshock621
      theshock621

      oooooh, Songbird's back!Lovin' Thunderbolts right now!!!!