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  1.  (1422.1)
    Picked it up yet? Read it? Wonderful.
    What are your thoughts, opinions, and mind dribbles?



    SPOILERS AHEAD.




    MASSIVE, HUGE, HEAD EXPLODING




    SPOILERS.






    My main thought: why hasn't Osborne picked up the mask yet?
  2.  (1422.2)
    Goblin Time:

    Next issue Sprial, my bets say next issue. I also put in the guess Crazy Schizophrenic Norman will be very hard to control onces he is off his meds and on his glider.
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      CommentAuthorEgon
    • CommentTimeMar 15th 2008
     (1422.3)
    Yeah, I've been waiting for this day since he took charge of the Thunderbolts.

    The game of snake and the scene with Doc Samson's little trick were also really cool. Everybody's gone insane and I love it!
    • CommentAuthorPablo
    • CommentTimeMar 15th 2008
     (1422.4)
    I thought it was good. Bit of a thinner read than other issues, but still good. Thunderbolts is probably the most consistent book in terms of quality that I'm reading right now. It's always a great read. It was good to see Swordsman kicking ass in this issue. It's been a long time coming. I also really liked seeing Doc Samson figuring out that there was a telepath in his mind. That was clever.

    Can't wait for Norman to go all Goblin-y again.
    • CommentAuthorRoss
    • CommentTimeMar 15th 2008
     (1422.5)
    Yeah. When Goblin ran off like that, I figured he'd be flying in any time now.

    I think my favorite is still the old bathroom scene though >_>
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      CommentAuthorUnsub
    • CommentTimeMar 16th 2008
     (1422.6)
    I'm having a time out until I can learn some manners.
    I like how the Swordsman is now actually a villain rather than a caricature of one. Warren is doing a fantastic job on this book. I like that there is more plot than boring fight scenes and the fights actually drive the plot. Doc Samson is also a much more interesting character now.
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      CommentAuthorIan Mayor
    • CommentTimeMar 16th 2008
     (1422.7)
    We're in Ur basements, messin wif Ur heads.

    Fun, but a bit hectic, suspect it'll flow better in the trade.
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      CommentAuthorSpiraltwist
    • CommentTimeMar 17th 2008 edited
     (1422.8)
    @Jtraub
    Next issue Sprial, my bets say next issue.

    Maybe. It would be a kicker if he manages through out the entire run NOT to put it back on though.
  3.  (1422.9)
    Warren, may I ask a direct question? Was Suicide Squad an influence at all on the current run of Thunderbolts?
  4.  (1422.10)
    No. I don't think I ever read it. The concept and most of the characters were handed to me by Marvel.
  5.  (1422.11)
    OK. Thanks.

    For those who haven't, worth a read if you get the chance. First comic I ever read that had villains as the main characters and fleshed them out as people. And then killed lots of them. I believe DC are bringing out a Showcase edition.
  6.  (1422.12)
    Always enjoyed reading Suicide Squad back in the days of reading super books - so different to everything else in the mainstream at that time. I'll be tempted by the Showcase edition.
    • CommentAuthorHawksmoor
    • CommentTimeMar 29th 2008 edited
     (1422.13)
    Thunderbolts is kicking all kinds of can, Mr. Ellis.

    I haven't been this interested in a horrific bunch of bastards since the original run of the title.

    There are times, while reading this book, that I've wondered if ANYONE will make it out of the whole shebang alive.

    To me, that's Impressive writing.

    And of course, your characterizations are off the meat-rack.

    As they always are.

    This aint asskissing, or assgroping.

    I simply think that you're an excellent writer. Have thought so for more than fifteen years, now.

    Hawksmoor...From The Bleed.
    • CommentAuthorThorn
    • CommentTimeMar 29th 2008
     (1422.14)
    You seem to be picking a hell of a break off point to leave with #121 Warren. It almost seems like you've spent all day cooking in the Kitchen in preparation of this massive feast, only to throw off the apron and go home when supper is ready to be served.
  7.  (1422.15)
    You seem to be picking a hell of a break off point to leave with #121 Warren. It almost seems like you've spent all day cooking in the Kitchen in preparation of this massive feast, only to throw off the apron and go home when supper is ready to be served.

    Do I look like a waiter to you? No. I am CHEF. CHEF does not SERVE. Waiter serves. I CREATE meal and then I FUCK OFF HOME. Voila.