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151 Re: Deadpool on Wed Apr 28, 2010 4:17 pm

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Deadpool #22 was an okay done-in-one issue.


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152 Re: Deadpool on Wed Apr 28, 2010 9:57 pm

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^ Pretty much.

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153 Re: Deadpool on Thu Apr 29, 2010 2:00 am

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Hulked Out Heroes # 2 was better.

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154 Re: Deadpool on Thu Apr 29, 2010 7:41 pm

Issue #22 had its moments, him singing the Dukes of Hazzard theme song, gave me a good laugh. But that cover from the solicits had me thinking this was gonna be some sort of minor tie-in to the Siege.

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155 Re: Deadpool on Sat May 01, 2010 12:11 pm

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Deadpool #22

Considering I've been bashing the book as of late, this was an easily pleasant surprise. There's just something about southern redneck generalizations, assumptions, and stereotypes that gets me going. White Lightnin' was for real. I swear this guy's been kicked off every pig roast east of the Mississippi line. Haut's depection of 'Pool was much better in this one-shot than his portrayal over on Moon Knight. Also, is it just me or has Way found a "way" to capture a little more Joe Kelly/Fabien Nicieza with Wade's voice? He uses a little less skitzo talk and more serious superhero demeanor. Or maybe that's just the whole Heroic Age talking.

I laughed out loud at least three times, more than I have throughout the entire Hit-Monkey saga. Phew.

3.5/5 Under Cover Sheriff Sellouts - The best Deadpool issue since before the whole X-Men/Spider-Man/Hit-Monkey blunder arrived.

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156 Re: Deadpool on Sat May 01, 2010 7:19 pm

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LOOSECANNON wrote:The best Deadpool issue since before the whole X-Men/Spider-Man/Hit-Monkey blunder arrived.

Agreed.

I really liked this issue. It brought the book back to where it should have been in terms of quality.

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157 Re: Deadpool on Sun May 02, 2010 1:14 am

The Hit Monkey stuff was ridiculous but nobody liked the banter between Spidey and Deadhead? It was the only thing that made those issues tolerable.

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158 Re: Deadpool on Sun May 02, 2010 1:26 am

TheeDoctorWhoHasDreads? wrote:The Hit Monkey stuff was ridiculous but nobody liked the banter between Spidey and Deadhead? It was the only thing that made those issues tolerable.

It drives me crazy when they make Spidey condescending about his morality. I go from liking him to hating him in a hot second.

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159 Re: Deadpool on Sun May 02, 2010 1:49 am

Dr. Wade Fucking McNasty wrote:
TheeDoctorWhoHasDreads? wrote:The Hit Monkey stuff was ridiculous but nobody liked the banter between Spidey and Deadhead? It was the only thing that made those issues tolerable.

It drives me crazy when they make Spidey condescending about his morality. I go from liking him to hating him in a hot second.

Dude, I love your new sig. I agree they made Spidey out to be kinda douchey with his morality. But he redeemed himself when he busted Deadhead out of jail. Even when Deadpool was with the X-men for a few issues the writers decided to do the whole morality thing. But then they pair him up with Wolverine and Domino, from X-Force, the covert group Cyclops sent out to KILL people. Deadpool is just a likeable character, don't make us dislike other (Heroic) characters for the sake of another character. Especially when they're both trying to accomplish the same goal. It seems like Way got too caught up in the whole, Deadpool wants to be a hero bit.

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160 Re: Deadpool on Sun May 02, 2010 2:10 am

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Dr. Wade Fucking McNasty wrote:
TheeDoctorWhoHasDreads? wrote:The Hit Monkey stuff was ridiculous but nobody liked the banter between Spidey and Deadhead? It was the only thing that made those issues tolerable.

It drives me crazy when they make Spidey condescending about his morality. I go from liking him to hating him in a hot second.

Dude, I love your new sig. I agree they made Spidey out to be kinda douchey with his morality. But he redeemed himself when he busted Deadhead out of jail. Even when Deadpool was with the X-men for a few issues the writers decided to do the whole morality thing. But then they pair him up with Wolverine and Domino, from X-Force, the covert group Cyclops sent out to KILL people. Deadpool is just a likeable character, don't make us dislike other (Heroic) characters for the sake of another character. Especially when they're both trying to accomplish the same goal. It seems like Way got too caught up in the whole, Deadpool wants to be a hero bit.

Thanks. I've been staring at your Dr. Who thread each time I come across it. I love the 3D. That said, I agree. Spidey redeemed himself and he tends to in such stories but it bothers me when he starts up like that. The fact that he continually harps about it can be bothersome. It seems to be the nature of comic stories, in which one person always ends up looking bad while another looks good but it's sad when they resort to such things because it doesn't have to be that way. Part of me wants to say it's laziness on the part of the writer, yet I can understand that writing in such a balanced manner is very hard and a little beyond the norm. In any case, I agree with everything you said.

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161 Re: Deadpool on Thu May 06, 2010 5:00 pm

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Corps #2 was okay. Dogpool attacking the Champion was pretty funny.


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162 Re: Deadpool on Sun May 09, 2010 5:30 pm

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DCP #2 was decent, not that great. Rob's not as bad as people say, he should start drawing more backround though. All that white is boring. The story is a bit.... random. Hopefully it picks up.

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163 Re: Deadpool on Wed May 19, 2010 7:37 pm

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Deadpool #23 was great, one of the best issues of Way's run IMO.


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164 Re: Deadpool on Fri May 21, 2010 9:55 pm

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^^^ Agreed. I'm liking this arc so far. The suit was pretty badass.

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165 Re: Deadpool on Fri May 21, 2010 11:45 pm

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Agreed ^^^

After about 6 issues of mediocre stuff.

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166 Re: Deadpool on Mon May 24, 2010 9:49 pm

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Deadpool #23

Agreed! One of the best Deadpool issues in some time.

4/5

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167 Re: Deadpool on Wed May 26, 2010 7:39 pm

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Merc #11 was good, but I'm ready for it to end.


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168 Re: Deadpool on Wed Jun 09, 2010 5:31 pm

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Corps #3 was okay.


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169 Re: Deadpool on Wed Jun 16, 2010 6:20 pm

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Deadpool 24 is really making me wonder where the hell they are going with this arc and how everything is going to tie up. Overally good issue, but not as good as the last one.

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170 Re: Deadpool on Wed Jun 16, 2010 7:35 pm

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comicgeekelly wrote:Deadpool 24 is really making me wonder where the hell they are going with this arc and how everything is going to tie up. Overally good issue, but not as good as the last one.
My thoughts exactly.

Merc #12 was funnier this week.


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171 Re: Deadpool on Thu Jun 17, 2010 6:56 pm

I've been enjoying the Deadpool on-going pretty much the entire run. I was a little annoyed that his new on-going was kicked-off as a Secret Invasion tie-in. But I get that the character's shtick is a running commentary on whatever epic saga the Marvel Universe is currently undergoing.

The X-Men arc, followed by the Hit Monkey arc, into this Vegas arc with Weasel were all pretty good in my opinion. And I really hope that Weasel sticks around in the title for a while. And after issue #24 it looks like he may be back to exact his revenge upon his "dear ol' friend"

Wade is such a dirt-bag. The one thing I wish this title had is a little more psycho-analysis about what really makes Deadpool tick along with all the humor and one-liners that we should expect for a Deadpool comic.

I've only been getting the untitled Deadpool comic. I love the character and bought Cable/Deadpool, and loved that title as well. Its so tempting to just go ahead and buy them all. But I know some of them have got to be superfluous. and from the messages on the boards...its kinda true. Still, I feel like I'm missing out on Lady Deadpool...hahaha

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172 Re: Deadpool on Wed Jun 23, 2010 7:08 am

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DP #24

Bringing Weasel back was the best thing to ever happen to this title, not to mention the Heroic Age, which allows Wade to "set up" others for his very own shine. I think finally Daniel Way is starting to get it. Some of these jokes were on-par with Joe Kelly's--without being overly-talky--while also leaving much of the MPD/schitzophrenia alone.

3.5/5

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173 Re: Deadpool on Wed Jun 30, 2010 6:47 pm

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Deadpool #24

I am an avid fan of Deadpool, anybody who has seen my office at work can tell you that. I however don’t normally do reviews on his books because of his recent popularity boost and the fact that most everybody reads/reviews his titles. I decided that I need to review Way’s title now because he has proved to be the current “best” Deadpool writer. The other titles featuring the Merc with a Mouth just fall short to Way’s writing of the character.

This issue like the last one doesn’t feature much of DP speaking with his internal voices, which Way has used for great laughs in prior story arcs, but it still makes you chuckle as you read it. I was jazzed to see the story develop last issue with the debut of Weasel as the “House” and Deadpool in his high powered mech suit, “Wildcard.” I knew that this was going to be a hilarious story because Weasel was back. Albeit, he did not have the “Penetrator” this time around.

This issue features Grizzly again as he comes back to retry looting the casino. (I guess Luke cage and the Raft need to tighten up security just a bit.) Deadpool convinces Weasel to swap personas with him to make up for making The House look bad, but things take a slight turn, as they do often when Wade Wilson is involved.

This is still the best Deadpool book and if you haven’t picked up any this arc would be pretty easy to jump on the title with. (But who doesn’t read Deadpool?)

4 out of 5 Bridges Burned

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174 Re: Deadpool on Sun Jul 11, 2010 10:09 pm

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Marvel to launch a mature-readers Deadpool series, DeadpoolMAX

This October, Marvel will debut DeadpoolMAX, an R-rated take on the Merc with a Mouth from the creative team of writer David Lapham (Young Liars, Crossed: Family Values) and illustrator Kyle Baker (Plastic Man).

Over at Comic Book Resources' Cup of Joe column, Marvel's Vice President Executive Editor Axel Alonso announced the title and team:

And in October – drum roll, please — we're launching "DeadpoolMAX," by the creative team of David Lapham and Kyle Baker. For Immature Readers. We have a story to tell, and the only way to tell it is through MAX. Will it be sophomoric? Yes. Will it be fun? Yes. Will it be smart? Define smart. Will there be cameos by some of your favorite superheroes and villains? Yes...when I'm allowed to.
That's an interesting duo working on the title. Lapham is known for particularly brutal storytelling (anyone who's been reading Crossed recently can attest to that), whereas Baker's known for more light-hearted (but still madcap) takes on superheroes (see: his Eisner Award-winning Letitia Lerner, Superman's Babysitter, in which a baby Clark Kent climbs into a microwave).


Sounds like a team right up Wade Wilson's alley! CBR also posted this Peter Bagge Deadpool strip, which may or may not be tied to the project, but is amusing nonetheless.


http://io9.com/5584258/marvel-to-launch-a-mature+readers-deadpool-series-deadpoolmax

This is awesome.

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175 Re: Deadpool on Sun Jul 11, 2010 11:27 pm

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Depending on what's going on in both books I might drop the main Deadpool book to get DeadpoolMAX instead.

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