Deadpool
Deadpool takes on the event storyline of 2017: Secret Empire! But which side will he choose - and how will he face down the fallout? Wade Wilson trusts Steve Rogers implicitly - how could he not? But that trust is about to be put to the test, big-time! Deadpool has spent his super hero career cracking jokes, but this situation is serious - and big changes are coming for the Merc With A Mouth...COLLECTING: DEADPOOL 31-35

Deadpool Details

TitleDeadpool
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseNov 28th, 2017
PublisherMarvel Comics
ISBN-139781302907617
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Graphic Novels Comics, Comics, Comic Book, Marvel, X Men

Deadpool Review

  • Dimitris
    January 1, 1970
    Fun times at Hydra High!
  • Chris Lemmerman
    January 1, 1970
    [Read as single issues]This. This is how you do an event tie-in. After building up Deadpool for the past X amount of years to the hero everyone actually likes and trusts, Gerry Duggan pulls it all down around poor Wade's ears as he trusts the man that put him on an Avengers team, Captain America. But when Cap asks him to kill someone very important to the Marvel Universe, he realises that he's on the wrong side of things, and now it's too late. Fights with Preston, Maria Hill, and the Avengers l [Read as single issues]This. This is how you do an event tie-in. After building up Deadpool for the past X amount of years to the hero everyone actually likes and trusts, Gerry Duggan pulls it all down around poor Wade's ears as he trusts the man that put him on an Avengers team, Captain America. But when Cap asks him to kill someone very important to the Marvel Universe, he realises that he's on the wrong side of things, and now it's too late. Fights with Preston, Maria Hill, and the Avengers later, and it's all gone wrong, and it's brilliant.This is one of those arcs that stands out from the pack - I've ragged on this series for doing too many gimmick issues, but when it's on, it is full on. This arc is the 'Good, Bad & The Ugly' of this run of the title; the one arc you point at and go 'This is what I remember about this run'. Nothing really will be the same for Wade after this, and it's brilliantly executed, heartbreakingly painful, and pretty much perfect.The art's by Matteo Lolli and Mike Hawthorne, both artists who have proven themselves time and again on this series (I think Hawthorne's basically the regular artist on the book at this point), and the level of emotion this story calls for really shines through in the visuals too. Lots of explosions and stuff, but lots of heart backing it up.Poor Deadpool. Poor, poor Deadpool. It was never going to last, was it, Wade?
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  • Erikka
    January 1, 1970
    Not the best. It seemed to jump around a bit and there were too many characters talking “off-screen” that didn’t have enough dialogue for me to identify them. I also didn’t quite get Wade’s motivations throughout.
  • Scott wachter
    January 1, 1970
    how dare this guy actually be a good at tie-ins to the crummy mega-event.
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