Next issue has a very road trip look to it, but before we get there, it’s time, despite the rather pointless Infinity banner for the Thunderbolts to finish off their mission for the Punisher.
The finale of a Indestructible Hulk’s “Agent of T. I. M. E.” story arc is here. The question now is, is it as epic as the final pages of last issue would lead you to believe it should be?
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.
It’s over. It sure is finally over. You know, except until about two and a half months from the time I’m writing this when it’s not. But maybe Night of the Living Deadpool’s will start a different plot thread, cause seriously, what else can really be done with multiverse-hopping after the Killogy. Or it won’t.
Guardians of the Galaxy has now officially joined the festivities with its first Infinity tie-in issue, and if it’s not the best issue of the event as a whole so far, then it at least can Kay a pretty good claim to being the best tie-in.
I’ll say this upfront, I’m not the biggest fan of time travel stories these days. I feel there have been entirely too many of them in superhero comics recently. That said though, Mark Waid may have just brought “Agent of T. I. M. E.” To an Incredible place.
Here we go again. It’s been three weeks, must be time for me to be disappointed by Thundebolts again. As much as it pains me to admit, I don’t think this book stands much of a chance of being anything more than tolerable for the time being.