Thunderbolts Choose a Side

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As heroes battle each other over the Super Hero Registration Act in Civil War, the former super villains-turned-heroes choose a side in Thunderbolts #103.  And the Thunderbolts are looking to put a hurting on a whole lot of heroes. 

Zemo and the rest of the team have been on both sides of the law in the past.  The question is: which side will they choose now?

Adam White of ComicCritique.com summed up the appeal of the title with a review of last issue.  “Thunderbolts #102 stands as an example of the series at its best…which is the true strength of the series: taking throwaway villains and turning them into fascinating characters with multi-faceted lives and personalities.”

Ray Tate of SilverBulletComicBooks.com also said the combination of “Nicieza's plot and Grummett's artwork makes it impossible to ignore the Thunderbolts.

Pick up Thunderbolts #103 for the first part of a Civil War tie-in as the Thunderbolts enter the fray in the war that is tearing across the Marvel Universe.  And no matter what side the Thunderbolts choose, you can always be sure of what side Zemo is on: his own.

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THUNDERBOLTS #103   (APR062058)
Written by Fabian Nicieza
Pencils & Cover by Tom Grummett

The superhuman registration act has been signed into law -- sides are being chosen -- but what side do our former villains fall on? 

Well... time for the T-BOLTS to kick some spandex butt!

32 PGS./Rated A ...$2.99
FOC - 5/25, On Sale - 6/14/2006

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