Source: Bleeding Cool
In a shocking twist that no one saw coming, rumors are circulating around the net that some of Marvel's books might possibly, maybe, NEVER EVER EVER BE THE SAME AGAIN after the super-mega-blockbuster event Original Sin. According to a report at Bleeding Cool, Rich Johnston has heard on the grapevine that, after Original Sin, the "nature of [The Thuderbolts] will change dramatically" following the events of Original Sin. But Johnston's vague rumormongering isn't enough for The Outhouse, so we hacked into Marvel's servers using the nefarious Heartbleed exploit and discovered that, this time around, Marvel plans on letting the READERS decide in what way the book will NEVER EVER EVER BE THE SAME AGAIN!!!
Below is Marvel's poll, released early EXCLUSIVELY on The Outhouse, for which we will pay Marvel several five star reviews for books written by Zeb Wells. So go ahead, readers! Choose the exciting, ALL-NEW direction for the Thunderbolts! It doesn't really matter what you pick because you won't be able to tell the difference anyway!
Vote as many times as you like and DECIDE THE FATE OF THE THUNDERBOLTS! It'll be just like that poll DC did on whether or not to kill Jason Todd, but with shorter-lasting repercussions since the book will get rebooted again in a year anyway!
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