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The superhuman registration act has been signed into law - sides are being chosen - but what side do our former villains fall on? Well... their identities are already public knowledge - and they sure can get good publicity by hunting down renegade heroes, so... time for the T-Bolts to kick some spandex butt! Plus: Zemo and Songbird? When did that happen? A new base, a new The superhuman registration act has been signed into law - sides are being chosen - but what side do our former villains fall on? Well... their identities are already public knowledge - and they sure can get good publicity by hunting down renegade heroes, so... time for the T-Bolts to kick some spandex butt! Plus: Zemo and Songbird? When did that happen? A new base, a new mission statement, and a new outlook face the no-longer-new Thunderbolts! But why have so many Thunderbolts agreed to Zemo's plans? What role does the Grandmaster and his "Squadron Sinister" play in the gambit? And can there be anything worse than having the fate of the universe lie in the hands of Zemo? We're thinking, yes... but wait until you see whose hands our fate does lie in! Collecting: Thunderbolts 101-105


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The superhuman registration act has been signed into law - sides are being chosen - but what side do our former villains fall on? Well... their identities are already public knowledge - and they sure can get good publicity by hunting down renegade heroes, so... time for the T-Bolts to kick some spandex butt! Plus: Zemo and Songbird? When did that happen? A new base, a new The superhuman registration act has been signed into law - sides are being chosen - but what side do our former villains fall on? Well... their identities are already public knowledge - and they sure can get good publicity by hunting down renegade heroes, so... time for the T-Bolts to kick some spandex butt! Plus: Zemo and Songbird? When did that happen? A new base, a new mission statement, and a new outlook face the no-longer-new Thunderbolts! But why have so many Thunderbolts agreed to Zemo's plans? What role does the Grandmaster and his "Squadron Sinister" play in the gambit? And can there be anything worse than having the fate of the universe lie in the hands of Zemo? We're thinking, yes... but wait until you see whose hands our fate does lie in! Collecting: Thunderbolts 101-105

30 review for Civil War: Thunderbolts

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jim C

    This is a supplemental piece to the Marvel story event of Civil War. In this one, the Thunderbolts are collecting villains for the government while established heroes are wondering if Zemo and his gang can be trusted. I liked this collection but I believe my limited knowledge of the Thunderbolts did affect my rating. There were two stories in this collection. The first is the current events of this team in their comic run and then the crossover event of Civil War. I really enjoyed the Civil War a This is a supplemental piece to the Marvel story event of Civil War. In this one, the Thunderbolts are collecting villains for the government while established heroes are wondering if Zemo and his gang can be trusted. I liked this collection but I believe my limited knowledge of the Thunderbolts did affect my rating. There were two stories in this collection. The first is the current events of this team in their comic run and then the crossover event of Civil War. I really enjoyed the Civil War aspect as I liked the interaction with the more established characters. I loved the insight into Zemo as we get to see how calculating he is with his plans and wonder if he is legit with his side change or more to it than meets the eye. Unfortunately, the part of the collection that dealt with the Thunderbolts current events were lost in me. I did like where they were going with it and it did peak my interest that I might check it out later. This collection's artwork is terrific so I enjoyed that too. I am getting to the lesser known pieces of the Civil War story and it is starting to show. I liked this collection but I believe this is meant more for readers that have a pointed interest in this team of characters.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gavin

    1.5 Stars if I could...just better than 1 star. Doesn't help to have a bunch of D-List characters in your book, especially if they're not all that compelling. Baron Zemo is about the only thing of mild interest here...I pretty much skimmed until they came into contact with the Civil War (both sides). Even then, with a bunch of characters I've never seen before or know much about, (other than a couple) there's not much to make me care about here. Avoid unless you've already been following Thunderb 1.5 Stars if I could...just better than 1 star. Doesn't help to have a bunch of D-List characters in your book, especially if they're not all that compelling. Baron Zemo is about the only thing of mild interest here...I pretty much skimmed until they came into contact with the Civil War (both sides). Even then, with a bunch of characters I've never seen before or know much about, (other than a couple) there's not much to make me care about here. Avoid unless you've already been following Thunderbolts, or you're a Civil War completist.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dan

    First time I have ever read any Thunderbolts. It is a very nice concept for the books, but this one particular volume did not impress me. I really enjoyed the civil war storyline, and this helped fill in some minute details I was unaware of. The start of this book was kind of slow, and I think it was included because of the whole back story about freeing the heroes from the N zone prison during the Civil War, as Zemo had future knowledge of events.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Simon

    Contained some insanely important plot developments to understand the main story, but otherwise wasn't particularly keen. Probably because this was my first encounter with the Thunderbolts, so I had no idea who any of them were or what they were about. Contained some insanely important plot developments to understand the main story, but otherwise wasn't particularly keen. Probably because this was my first encounter with the Thunderbolts, so I had no idea who any of them were or what they were about.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Brenda

    Adds absolutely nothing to the Civil War storyline, and is pretty boring too.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    Kind of boring. But I gave it a 3 star because the art was well done. I just could not get into this one.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Eddie

    I know this is very late but I started breaking up with Marvel due to the Civil War and rarely look back. Those web site sales tricked me, 2.99 I will try it. Nicieza wisely put a better plot within the Civil War plot and Zemo might be the best good Bad guy ever written. Or is the best bad Good guy. Sad it end in a cliffhanger and my childhood fav, Nighthawk, looks like a loser. Art was Ross' best, love it. I know this is very late but I started breaking up with Marvel due to the Civil War and rarely look back. Those web site sales tricked me, 2.99 I will try it. Nicieza wisely put a better plot within the Civil War plot and Zemo might be the best good Bad guy ever written. Or is the best bad Good guy. Sad it end in a cliffhanger and my childhood fav, Nighthawk, looks like a loser. Art was Ross' best, love it.

  8. 5 out of 5

    B

    Songbird and Zemo? Yuck. It's not clear who is playing who but even as a pretense, it's unlikable. The book wisely turns the pages on the weirded stuff in Nicieza's previous work and largely becomes a matter of Zemo collecting supervillains for some sort of great conjunction where it is obvious that he will try to steal power to set the Earth right. Separately, there's a plot where Joystick beats up the Squadron Supreme. Really? And maybe Delilah will take on Thanos. Songbird and Zemo? Yuck. It's not clear who is playing who but even as a pretense, it's unlikable. The book wisely turns the pages on the weirded stuff in Nicieza's previous work and largely becomes a matter of Zemo collecting supervillains for some sort of great conjunction where it is obvious that he will try to steal power to set the Earth right. Separately, there's a plot where Joystick beats up the Squadron Supreme. Really? And maybe Delilah will take on Thanos.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Fizzgig76

    Reprints Thunderbolts (2) #101-105 (June 2006-October 2006). A war is coming, and it isn’t the Civil War. As the Thunderbolts regroup, they find that the Grandmaster has reassembled the Squadron Sinister with plans for Earth. Using the Civil War as a cover, the Thunderbolts are assembling an army of villains to combat the Grandmaster…but who is plotting against whom? The Thunderbolts have always have always skirted the edge of being heroes, but as in a world where Captain America is a renegade, Reprints Thunderbolts (2) #101-105 (June 2006-October 2006). A war is coming, and it isn’t the Civil War. As the Thunderbolts regroup, they find that the Grandmaster has reassembled the Squadron Sinister with plans for Earth. Using the Civil War as a cover, the Thunderbolts are assembling an army of villains to combat the Grandmaster…but who is plotting against whom? The Thunderbolts have always have always skirted the edge of being heroes, but as in a world where Captain America is a renegade, could Baron Zemo be a hero? Written by Fabian Nicieza and illustrated by Tom Grummett (with additional art by Dave Ross), Civil War: Thunderbolts ties in with Marvel’s big crossover event Civil War. The series picks up after Thunderbolts returned to its original numbering from New Thunderbolts title collected as New Thunderbolts: Right of Power. I always enjoyed the Thunderbolts. The original series started strong with a unique concept and developed into one of the more interesting team books of the late ’90s. The series hit a rocky point with the whole professional wrestling storyline, but New Thunderbolts showed potential. The Civil War once again provided an interesting war ground for the villains turned heroes with true heroes like Captain America being outlaws. The storyline in this collection is a little divided. The first two issues of the storyline are set-up for the bigger story of Zemo vs. the Grandmaster and then it segues into the true Civil War crossover. The Civil War did provide a great cover for the team’s “collection” of villains for their upcoming war and Nicieza does a better job than many in truly tying into the big event. Part of the problem I generally have with big events (today) is that they feel that everyone should have a separate mini-series to tie into the bigger limited series. This title decided to just have a tie-in with Civil War which was smart. You didn’t have to really read Civil War to understand this title and it didn’t disrupt the flow of the comic’s storyline…that is how a big event should be used! Civil War: Thunderbolts is one of the better and smarter Civil War tie-ins. I think that the Civil War portion of this story could have even been bigger to really explore the idea of the villains being heroes and the heroes being outlaws, but the story had a nice concise tie-in to the event. The overall Thunderbolts story is a bit truncated with the meat of the Grandmaster vs. Zemo battle occurring in the next collection Thunderbolts: Guardian Protocols.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Brad

    The least essential Civil War crossover I've read. Thunderbolts got a massive reboot halfway through the war (collected in Thunderbolts: Faith in Monsters), yet this book doesn't even wrap up the old Thunderbolts' story. The Thunderbolts reform under Baron Zemo and scheme against the Grandmaster and the Squadron Sinister (also know as the Squadron Supreme and Supreme Power). Then, when the Civil War starts, the U.S. government deputizes them to capture other villains and absorb them into their The least essential Civil War crossover I've read. Thunderbolts got a massive reboot halfway through the war (collected in Thunderbolts: Faith in Monsters), yet this book doesn't even wrap up the old Thunderbolts' story. The Thunderbolts reform under Baron Zemo and scheme against the Grandmaster and the Squadron Sinister (also know as the Squadron Supreme and Supreme Power). Then, when the Civil War starts, the U.S. government deputizes them to capture other villains and absorb them into their team. The connection to the main Civil War story is quite tenuous. At one point Baron Zemo fights Captain America's team, but it plays out like one of the many, many fights Cap had that Mark Millar didn't see fit to include. The only enjoyable part of the book is the character Joystick, a vicious teenager that just enjoys fighting.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Arturo

    101: Songbird and zemo. 102: speed demon vs joystick. 103-105: Civil War tie in. Zemo recruits, even if by force, for his Thunderbolts Army. Doing his part for the registration act. Yet also meets with Captain America to do his part for the anti registration act. Civil War adds even more story too an already jam packed book with characters dealin with their own individual threads. Iv read Thunderbolts since the beginning so I'm always interested where the characters are going. Yet i can see how m 101: Songbird and zemo. 102: speed demon vs joystick. 103-105: Civil War tie in. Zemo recruits, even if by force, for his Thunderbolts Army. Doing his part for the registration act. Yet also meets with Captain America to do his part for the anti registration act. Civil War adds even more story too an already jam packed book with characters dealin with their own individual threads. Iv read Thunderbolts since the beginning so I'm always interested where the characters are going. Yet i can see how many people wouldnt enjoy this book. this book is just too.. 90's. Anyway, it just goes better with the rest of the series, then as any important part of Civil War.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Holden Attradies

    At this point I have to say this was an only okay read. If this had been my first Thunderbolts read I probably wouldn't even have finished it, it very much felt like the middle part of the story. I think I also would have been very very disappointed if I had gotten this as a Civil War tie in, very little of it tied in directly. With that all said I think Once I have read more Thunderbolts, especially the parts of teh series running up to and following this I may enjoy this comic more. But it is v At this point I have to say this was an only okay read. If this had been my first Thunderbolts read I probably wouldn't even have finished it, it very much felt like the middle part of the story. I think I also would have been very very disappointed if I had gotten this as a Civil War tie in, very little of it tied in directly. With that all said I think Once I have read more Thunderbolts, especially the parts of teh series running up to and following this I may enjoy this comic more. But it is very much a super hero comic, with all the drawbacks that can imply. I think once I have read more of the back issues reading up to this I'll read it again and re-review it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mitchell

    Yet another completely different incarnation of the Thunderbolts. With vague connections to the Squadron Supreme - a DC knockoff and a pretty good miniseries. These Thunderbolts seem an important part of the Marvel Civil War and yet there is only bare mention of them through the other Civil War books. Some of the characters seem interesting but we really don't get to know them is this book. So kind of not bad but not good. And potential that I'm pretty sure isn't achieved. Though individual char Yet another completely different incarnation of the Thunderbolts. With vague connections to the Squadron Supreme - a DC knockoff and a pretty good miniseries. These Thunderbolts seem an important part of the Marvel Civil War and yet there is only bare mention of them through the other Civil War books. Some of the characters seem interesting but we really don't get to know them is this book. So kind of not bad but not good. And potential that I'm pretty sure isn't achieved. Though individual characters such as Songbird and Joystick I would expect to reappear.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Todd

    What you're just here because this is a Civil War tie-in? Well, good luck! Fabian did not give a flying fuck whether or not this volume made sense to the people who hadn't been reading his book. The Thunderbolts were going somewhere and a mega-event wasn't worth pausing for. This book is where the relationships get good. Songbird is really coming into her own. Zemo is nuts, but compelling. Radioactive Man is a strangely calm individual. I just miss Karla. What you're just here because this is a Civil War tie-in? Well, good luck! Fabian did not give a flying fuck whether or not this volume made sense to the people who hadn't been reading his book. The Thunderbolts were going somewhere and a mega-event wasn't worth pausing for. This book is where the relationships get good. Songbird is really coming into her own. Zemo is nuts, but compelling. Radioactive Man is a strangely calm individual. I just miss Karla.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Annette Jordan

    Time to see what the villains make of the Registration act. I guess I am not familiar enough with the Marvel universe since I didn't recognise any of the Thunderbolts. Even so when Tony Stark suggested that they take over rounding up supervillains while he deals with the renegade heroes, I just know its not a good idea Time to see what the villains make of the Registration act. I guess I am not familiar enough with the Marvel universe since I didn't recognise any of the Thunderbolts. Even so when Tony Stark suggested that they take over rounding up supervillains while he deals with the renegade heroes, I just know its not a good idea

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    It's not that I didn't finish it, I just skimmed about 1/2-3/4 of this. Boring, don't care about these people (who are they? No familiar names to me whatsoever), no real substance, the chick's motivation is weird, and they are all talking about things I don't know about (even though I read 'Civil War'). It's not that I didn't finish it, I just skimmed about 1/2-3/4 of this. Boring, don't care about these people (who are they? No familiar names to me whatsoever), no real substance, the chick's motivation is weird, and they are all talking about things I don't know about (even though I read 'Civil War').

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sylvester

    The Thunerbolts joined the supporting side pretty quickly by enlisting the help of captured superviallins to collect theunregistered heroes. Zemo plays an important role in the event which would affect many people. It was stretched too thin however, not enough story to cover this volume. It's also quite disgusting that Iron man would even consider using supervillains. The Thunerbolts joined the supporting side pretty quickly by enlisting the help of captured superviallins to collect theunregistered heroes. Zemo plays an important role in the event which would affect many people. It was stretched too thin however, not enough story to cover this volume. It's also quite disgusting that Iron man would even consider using supervillains.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nate

    The bad guys are good guys, sort of. You would have to spend far more time in the Marvel Universe than I do to recognize most of the Thunderbolts cast but there struggles and dramas do make for a good graphic novel.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Elliot Huxtable

    I'm not au fait with the Thunderbolts in particular but this is a quite nice standalone volume with a Civil War twist - basically explaining another step on their paths to redemption. Makes me want to read more. I'm not au fait with the Thunderbolts in particular but this is a quite nice standalone volume with a Civil War twist - basically explaining another step on their paths to redemption. Makes me want to read more.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ondra Král

    Ještě jeden book a dám Niciezův run. Jo! Celé je to děsně překombinováné, každej si jede svou ligu, prostě plány v plánech plánů. Díky Civil War se to krapet uklidnilo (aby mohli eventuelně naskočit noví čtenáře) a blíží se finále. No... sem zvědavej. 2,5*

  21. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    This does not have that much to do with the Civil War. Zemo leads the Thunderbolts to stop the destruction of earth. In the meantime they are asked by the government to capture supervillains. It's quite action orientated, but there'sa few nice bits, mainly with Captain America. A good read. This does not have that much to do with the Civil War. Zemo leads the Thunderbolts to stop the destruction of earth. In the meantime they are asked by the government to capture supervillains. It's quite action orientated, but there'sa few nice bits, mainly with Captain America. A good read.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Obrigewitsch

    this was a pretty good book, I like the fact that the author took the story in his own direction rather than strictly sticking to what was happing in the civil war itself.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ed

    Pretty minor from a Civil War continuity perspective, but it's a very fun read. I should get more into the Thunderbolts. Pretty minor from a Civil War continuity perspective, but it's a very fun read. I should get more into the Thunderbolts.

  24. 5 out of 5

    William Dickerson

    A complex story, but I think it would have worked better if it weren't split up amongst the Civil War storyline. Too much happens between the issues. A complex story, but I think it would have worked better if it weren't split up amongst the Civil War storyline. Too much happens between the issues.

  25. 4 out of 5

    taeli

    read 3/10/16

  26. 4 out of 5

    catechism

    meh.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

    Confusing...

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tsumi Tsunami

    ME CARGAN ESTOS GILES

  29. 5 out of 5

    Steve Magay

    All these tie-ins are just a scam to get more money for the civil war event, it offers a silly illustrations and cheap stories.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Christian Smith

    Plot holes/problems: 1. Janice's dad hid a large amount of money in a box and hid it under a bush. A bush! If you have a bunch of money you don't hide it under a bush! Come on Plot holes/problems: 1. Janice's dad hid a large amount of money in a box and hid it under a bush. A bush! If you have a bunch of money you don't hide it under a bush! Come on

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