The Thunderbolts: saving the world one security guard at a time!

I'm sure it occurs to a lot of people that comic books serve a lot of roles. They help some people get through their day with a little fun. To others, it's a little thing to check out after watching a pretty good movie. For even more, it's a reason to make ridiculous blogs.

The most important, though, has got to be the educational value of comic books for children. I mean, come on guys! They're just words! With pictures! There is no doubt that comic books are this valuable, and if I may extrapolate, it also means that kids are gonna find their role models in these goshdarn sequential picture stories.

And truly, no comic book provides better role models than. . .

The Thunderbolts! Government-sanctioned heroes come to save our world!
Here're only some of the ways they inspire America's youth:

They know how to introduce themselves!


They scare security guards!

They kill security guards!


They're compassionate!


They also eat security guards!


They're eloquent!


And probably the best of all: they drink and smoke -- at the same time!

. . . BOTH?!?

Truly, America's children are in a better place because of these sterling superheroes. God bless the Thunderbolts!

From assorted issues of Thunderbolts, and one of Deadpool too.

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