A Thunderbolts #4 Micro-Review – Moving in Two Directions

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TITLE: Thunderbolts #4 (of 5)
AUTHOR: Jim Zub
ARTISTS:
Sean Izaakse, Netho Diaz, Victor Olazaba (Co-Inker), Java Tartaglia (Colorist), Joe Sabino (Letterer). Cover by Izaakse & Nolan Woodard.

RELEASED: November 16, 2022

By Rob Siebert
Fanboy Wonder

It takes a lot of talent and versatility to be able to create art that can be slanted in either a serious or a humorous direction. In Thunderbolts #4, Sean Izaakse and Netho Diaz show they can do both in the span of one issue. That’s by no means a small feat.

This is our penultimate issue, but here’ hoping we see more of Zub’s take on this team. If for no other reason than I’m kind of in love with Eegro. He’s too much fun to fade into obscurity.

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A Thunderbolts #3 Micro-Review – Super-Powered Intelligent Talking Russian Primates

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TITLE: Thunderbolts #3
AUTHOR: Jim Zub
ARTISTS:
Netho Diaz, Victor Olazaba (Inker), Java Tartaglia (Colorist), Ariana Maher & Cory Petit (Letterers). Cover by Sean Izaakse & Nolan Woodard.

RELEASED: October 26, 2022

By Rob Siebert
Fanboy Wonder

That’s right, folks: Super-powered intelligent talking Russian primates. Unleashed at a zoo, no less. At least they’re not slingin’ poo…

Things get a little more serious this month, as Hawkeye, Spectrum, and Gutsen Glory (Yes, that’s really  his name.) come into conflict over leadership of the team. This book is on the comedic side, for sure. But it’s nice to see that Zub and this team can crank up the interpersonal drama too.

And yes, I still love Eegro the Unbreakable. More Eegro, please.

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