Secret Invasion: Thunderbolts #TP

Secret Invasion

Apr 2009
Modern Age / USA / English
Trade Paperback / 168 pages / $19.99

Creators — View More ↓

WriterChristos N. Gage
ArtistBrian Denham, Ben Oliver
ColoristGuru eFX, José Villarrubia
LettererAlbert Deschesne
Cover ArtistBilly Tan
EditorMolly Lazer, Bill Rosemann
ArtistFernando Blanco
ColoristFrank Martin Jr., Frank Martin Jr.

Characters — View More ↓

Arnim Zola
Boomerang (Frederick Myers)
Nicholas 'Nick' Fury Sr.
Venom (MacDonald 'Mac' Gargan)
Collective Man
Luke Cage
Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew)
Tiger Shark (Todd Arliss)
Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers)
Vision (Jonas)
Doughboy
Norman Osborn
Swarm (Fritz von Meyer)
Wasp (Janet van Dyne)
Swordsman (Andreas von Strucker)
Penance (Robbie Baldwin)
Ronin (Clint Barton)
Songbird (Melissa Joan Gold)
Sentry (Curtis Elkins)
Mr. Hyde (Calvin Zabo)
Daredevil (Matt Murdock)
Brother Nature (Mark Diering)
Captain America (James Buchanan Barnes)
Bullseye (Lester / Benjamin Poindexter)
Spider-Man (Peter Parker)
Captain Marvel (Khn'nr)
Thor (Thor Odinson)
Yellowjacket (Criti Noll)
Moonstone (Karla Sofen)
Black Widow (Natasha Romanoff)
Batwing (James 'Jimmy' Santini)
Biohazard
Bomblast (Parmenter)
David Cannon
Firearm
Cho Jung
Imo Miri
Whysper (Jennifer Stewart)
Fenris (Andrea von Strucker)
Radioactive Man (Chen Lu)
Ares (John Aaron)
Mr. Fantastic (Reed Richards)
Iron Man (Anthony 'Tony' Stark)
Iron Fist (Daniel 'Danny' Rand)


Plot

Secret Invasion strikes Thunderbolts Mountain as Captain Marvel attacks. But when you're dealing with the Thunderbolts, it's never quite clear who's the villain and who's the hero. Also, another unexpected visitor shows up, threatening to tear the T-Bolts apart from within Can Norman Osborn hold his team of damaged psyches and tortured souls together, or is this the end of the Thunderbolts as we know them? Plus, Songbird and Moonstone collide Radioactive Man and Swordsman must choose between their team, their homeland, and themselves. Also, find out who's crazier - Venom or Norman Osborn.

Collecting: Thunderbolts 122-125, Breaking Point, International Incident, and Reason in Madness