“The only hope you have is to accept the fact that you’re already dead. The sooner you accept that, the sooner you’ll be able to function as a soldier is supposed to function: without mercy, without compassion, without remorse. All comics depends upon it”
Ron says try…
By Jeff Parker & Declan Shalvey
Aww you pissed that Marvel is changing Thunderbolts to Dark Avengers? Get over it. You think they don’t have a plan? And this isn’t part of a larger story? You think a title called Dark Avengers is actually going to stick? Because the last one went for so long, right? You think this is the first time Thunderbolts has been shoved aside? It’s not. Jeff Parker, Declan Shalvey and Kev Walker have given us one of the most consistently good books at Marvel in the past year or so. I have no doubt this book will continue to be excellent, no matter what’s on the cover.
Josh says try…
By Garth Ennis & Goran Parlov
Yes, it’s the third issue, but what I’m saying is, GUYS, GUYS, this is the stuff right here. It’s the Quiet American meets Nick Fury! Why isn’t anyone as excited about this as I am? What if I told you there’s nudity and swearing and ex Nazis? GUYS!
I really liked the first 2 issues is what I’m saying. A lot. GUYS!
Conor says try…
By China Mieville & Mateus Santolouco
Did you read the first issue? It. Was. Awesome. A reluctant hero finds a weird telephone booth and every time he dials the word “HERO” he emerges as a different, random superhero! Look at that Brian Bolland cover! Those could all be him! Seriously, if this book had come out in the first wave of The New 52 it would have been one of the most talked about of the month. It’s wacky and inventive and that first issue was tons of fun.