REVIEW: Deadpool #19

I’m not going to say this has been the darkest chapter in Wade Wilson’s life, my Deadpool knowledge isn’t that all-encompassing, but for what I’ve read, this isn’t definitely the darkest depths.

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REVIEW: Deadpool #18

When I pick up a Deadpool comic, all I’m really expecting is to enjoy the action and be amused by the jokes. Well, Brian Posehn and Gerry Duggan takes things just a little bit deeper this issue as they push Deadpool right up to the edge of a mental cliff.

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REVIEW: Deadpool #17

Will “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” suffer from a bit of a middle chapter sag in part three of five, or will it continue to build on the quality of the previous two instalments?

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REVIEW: Deadpool #16

The walking dead presidents of the United States of America? No problem. Gathering souls for a demon? That’s nothing. This though? This is definitely the darkest place Brian Posehn and Gerry Duggan have taken Deadpool thus far.

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REVIEW: Deadpool #15

“The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”. Forgive my memory for not recalling exactly when this thread was introduced, but I’ve been waiting at least a few months for this story to be moved to the front burner. Now that it has? Well, if part one of this five issue arc is any indication, I am not going to be disappointed.

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REVIEW: Deadpool #14

How well does a throwaway joke villain from last issue’s 70’s parody translate to this issue’s present day setting? Well, unfortunately, not well. Not well at all.

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REVIEW: Deadpool #13

Alright, let’s get this right out of the way. As if you couldn’t tell already by looking at the cover, this is a weird one. I mean, weird even by Deadpool standards. On the positive side though, being weird doesn’t mean that it isn’t charming.

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