Marvel’s Thunderbolts Roster Isn’t Very Electrifying… But It Could Be

Marvel’s thunderbolts roster isn't very electrifying… but it could be

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With Marvel mastermind Kevin Feige unveiling the MCU Thunderbolts roster, we finally know who will be on the team… and we aren’t too impressed. Even though the team features The Contessa leading the villainous, anti-hero crew of Red Guardian, Taskmaster, and Yelena Belova from Black Widow; Ghost from Ant-Man and the Wasp; US Agent from The Falcon and The Winter Soldier; and hero-turned-baddie-turned-hero, the Winter Soldier aka Bucky Barnes, we’re left feeling this particular roster missed the mark. So tune in as we explain why this lineup isn’t as electrifying as it could be and hear how we’d spruce things up a bit by turning to the original T-Bolts comics for inspiration.

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