THUNDERBOLTS RED OMNIBUS

Cover Design or Artwork by Phil Noto
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$100.00 US
7.64"W x 11.16"H x 1.45"D   | 73 oz | 6 per carton
On sale Feb 13, 2024 | 744 Pages | 9781302953058
| Rated T+
FOC Sep 4, 2023 | Catalog August 2023
A colorful cast of volatile killers stars in the most shocking Thunderbolts era of all! Venom, Elektra, Deadpool, the Punisher. Forget the courts, the jails, the system - this team of Thunderbolts fights fire with fire, targeting the most dangerous and lethal players in the Marvel Universe with extreme prejudice. Led by General "Thunderbolt" Ross, A.K.A. the Red Hulk, this handpicked squad of likeminded operatives is going to make the world a better place - by painting it red with blood! But will even this crew approve of the team's newest member: the Red Leader?! The Thunderbolts will face brutal battles against a terror cell of Crimson Dynamos, Thanos' Black Order and at least one of their own! But will the Ghost Rider put his money on red? Collecting THUNDERBOLTS (2012) #1-32 and THUNDERBOLTS ANNUAL (2013) #1.
Writer Daniel Way has been one of Marvel’s most prolific and influential writers, making a career of crafting defining stories for some of the House of Ideas’ most popular characters. He is best known for lengthy runs on Ghost Rider and Deadpool, and took a turn at Marvel’s most deadly father-son team in Wolverine: Origins and Dark Wolverine (co-written with Marjorie Liu). Way has also helped shed light on some of the Marvel Universe’s darker corners, bringing back Starr the Slayer, introducing the world to Hit-Monkey, showcasing the assassin Bullseye’s “Greatest Hits,” declaring open season on Sabretooth and exploring the world of Supreme Power’s ruthless vigilante Nighthawk in various limited series, as well as adding Deadpool to the roster of his reinvention of the Thunderbolts.

Based in Brooklyn, New York, Charles Soule has written novels, comics, screenplays and stories of all types. He is the author of Strange Attractors, 27, Strongman and Letter 44, as well as runs on Swamp Thing, Red Lanterns and Superman/Wonder Woman for DC Comics. Also a musician and an attorney, Soule somehow finds time to be one of the busiest writers in comics: Among his Marvel credits are Thunderbolts, She-Hulk and Inhuman — as well as the landmark Death of Wolverine, its immediate follow-up (Wolverines) and its eventual sequel (Return of Wolverine). Soule charted the adventures of a much-loved Star Wars characters in Lando and Poe Dameron. He continued the story of Black Bolt, Medusa and the rest in Uncanny Inhumans and All-New Inhumans; brought his legal expertise to the pages of Daredevil; and assembled a blockbuster squad in Astonishing X-Men. Following a stint on the dark side with Darth Vader, Soule turned his attention to the rebel crew in a new volume of Star Wars.

The writing team of Ben Acker and Ben Blacker are best known for The Thrilling Adventure Hour, a long-running stage show and podcast done in the style of an old-time radio serial that features stars of stage and screen. They have also written for the TV series Supernatural and penned the short film Drones. The writers have used Kickstarter to fund a concert film, web series and graphic novel based on The Thrilling Adventure Hour.

The late artist Steve Dillon had his first paying work at age 16 for the UK-based Hulk Weekly magazine. Like many of his British contemporaries, Dillon honed his skills on the legendary 2000AD. In 1993, Dillon joined writer Garth Ennis on DC/Vertigo’s Hellblazer. Their work earned overwhelming praise from the title’s devoted fan base and led to a second collaboration on Preacher, which earned an “A” grade from Entertainment Weekly and was later turned into a TV series on AMC. After Preacher’s 66-issue run, Dillon again teamed with Ennis on a revival of Marvel’s classic antihero, Punisher. Dillon later illustrated Daniel Way’s Wolverine: Origins, Ennis’ Punisher: War Zone, Mark Millar’s Ultimate Avengers and Jason Aaron’s Punisher MAX. Dillon again drew Frank Castle for Marvel NOW! in the relaunched Thunderbolts and later in All-New, All-Different Marvel’s The Punisher.

A former Disney animator who worked on films including The Lion King and Pocahontas, artist Phil Noto started in comics with DC’s Birds of Prey and Jonah Hex, and DC/Wildstorm’s Danger Girl. For Marvel, he has worked on titles ranging from Black Widow to Uncanny X-Force, and he explored the Star Wars galaxy with Chewbacca and Poe Dameron. Also an accomplished painter, Noto has been exhibited in solo shows in New York, Los Angeles and Paris.

Known for his gritty style of pencils and inks — with textures reminiscent of greats Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli — Spanish artist Jefte Palo has illustrated the miniseries Doctor Voodoo: Avenger of the Supernatural and Taskmaster; the series Moon Knight, Black Panther: The Man Without Fear/The Most Dangerous Man Alive and Incredible Hulk; the one-shots X-Force: Ain’t No Dog and Wolverine: The Anniversary; and more.

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A colorful cast of volatile killers stars in the most shocking Thunderbolts era of all! Venom, Elektra, Deadpool, the Punisher. Forget the courts, the jails, the system - this team of Thunderbolts fights fire with fire, targeting the most dangerous and lethal players in the Marvel Universe with extreme prejudice. Led by General "Thunderbolt" Ross, A.K.A. the Red Hulk, this handpicked squad of likeminded operatives is going to make the world a better place - by painting it red with blood! But will even this crew approve of the team's newest member: the Red Leader?! The Thunderbolts will face brutal battles against a terror cell of Crimson Dynamos, Thanos' Black Order and at least one of their own! But will the Ghost Rider put his money on red? Collecting THUNDERBOLTS (2012) #1-32 and THUNDERBOLTS ANNUAL (2013) #1.

Creators

Writer Daniel Way has been one of Marvel’s most prolific and influential writers, making a career of crafting defining stories for some of the House of Ideas’ most popular characters. He is best known for lengthy runs on Ghost Rider and Deadpool, and took a turn at Marvel’s most deadly father-son team in Wolverine: Origins and Dark Wolverine (co-written with Marjorie Liu). Way has also helped shed light on some of the Marvel Universe’s darker corners, bringing back Starr the Slayer, introducing the world to Hit-Monkey, showcasing the assassin Bullseye’s “Greatest Hits,” declaring open season on Sabretooth and exploring the world of Supreme Power’s ruthless vigilante Nighthawk in various limited series, as well as adding Deadpool to the roster of his reinvention of the Thunderbolts.

Based in Brooklyn, New York, Charles Soule has written novels, comics, screenplays and stories of all types. He is the author of Strange Attractors, 27, Strongman and Letter 44, as well as runs on Swamp Thing, Red Lanterns and Superman/Wonder Woman for DC Comics. Also a musician and an attorney, Soule somehow finds time to be one of the busiest writers in comics: Among his Marvel credits are Thunderbolts, She-Hulk and Inhuman — as well as the landmark Death of Wolverine, its immediate follow-up (Wolverines) and its eventual sequel (Return of Wolverine). Soule charted the adventures of a much-loved Star Wars characters in Lando and Poe Dameron. He continued the story of Black Bolt, Medusa and the rest in Uncanny Inhumans and All-New Inhumans; brought his legal expertise to the pages of Daredevil; and assembled a blockbuster squad in Astonishing X-Men. Following a stint on the dark side with Darth Vader, Soule turned his attention to the rebel crew in a new volume of Star Wars.

The writing team of Ben Acker and Ben Blacker are best known for The Thrilling Adventure Hour, a long-running stage show and podcast done in the style of an old-time radio serial that features stars of stage and screen. They have also written for the TV series Supernatural and penned the short film Drones. The writers have used Kickstarter to fund a concert film, web series and graphic novel based on The Thrilling Adventure Hour.

The late artist Steve Dillon had his first paying work at age 16 for the UK-based Hulk Weekly magazine. Like many of his British contemporaries, Dillon honed his skills on the legendary 2000AD. In 1993, Dillon joined writer Garth Ennis on DC/Vertigo’s Hellblazer. Their work earned overwhelming praise from the title’s devoted fan base and led to a second collaboration on Preacher, which earned an “A” grade from Entertainment Weekly and was later turned into a TV series on AMC. After Preacher’s 66-issue run, Dillon again teamed with Ennis on a revival of Marvel’s classic antihero, Punisher. Dillon later illustrated Daniel Way’s Wolverine: Origins, Ennis’ Punisher: War Zone, Mark Millar’s Ultimate Avengers and Jason Aaron’s Punisher MAX. Dillon again drew Frank Castle for Marvel NOW! in the relaunched Thunderbolts and later in All-New, All-Different Marvel’s The Punisher.

A former Disney animator who worked on films including The Lion King and Pocahontas, artist Phil Noto started in comics with DC’s Birds of Prey and Jonah Hex, and DC/Wildstorm’s Danger Girl. For Marvel, he has worked on titles ranging from Black Widow to Uncanny X-Force, and he explored the Star Wars galaxy with Chewbacca and Poe Dameron. Also an accomplished painter, Noto has been exhibited in solo shows in New York, Los Angeles and Paris.

Known for his gritty style of pencils and inks — with textures reminiscent of greats Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli — Spanish artist Jefte Palo has illustrated the miniseries Doctor Voodoo: Avenger of the Supernatural and Taskmaster; the series Moon Knight, Black Panther: The Man Without Fear/The Most Dangerous Man Alive and Incredible Hulk; the one-shots X-Force: Ain’t No Dog and Wolverine: The Anniversary; and more.