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Did I like it? Well, it was short and to the point. Any longer, and I probably wouldn't have been able to take much more. But this book isn't aimed at readers like me, so there's no deducting points for that. It wasn't badly written, and I liked the way it poked fun of all the deaths and miraculous resurrections of this genre.
The ending was foreseeable, but still a nice touch. If you enjoy the more violent gory comics, then this would probably be right up your alley. It all felt too easy, there was none of the fun that Deadpool is known for and really, it was a bit boring. It doesn't add anything to Deadpool or the Marvel Universe and it's not exactly memorable. Just avoid it View all 4 comments.
Dec 06, Carlos De Eguiluz rated it it was amazing. Aug 28, Taha rated it really liked it. View 1 comment. Nov 01, Rusty Grey rated it liked it Shelves: Though the story's ending was a bit anti-climactic , I fairly enjoyed it.
A fun , short read. Feb 03, Macarena Yannelli rated it really liked it Shelves: Sep 25, Sesana rated it really liked it Shelves: I get the impression that this is the sort of comic that you will either greatly dislike or love in spite of yourself.
Oddly enough, I found myself in the latter camp. It's the ultimate in gratuitous violence, an entire series created simply to revel in Deadpool's ability to unleash terrifying levels of gory violence.
And also his tendency to be divorced from his reality, and to lean heavily on the fourth wall. In this case, he's seeing beyond the fourth wall entirely, and he's far more cracked I get the impression that this is the sort of comic that you will either greatly dislike or love in spite of yourself.
In this case, he's seeing beyond the fourth wall entirely, and he's far more cracked and violent than he's ever been before.
And believe it or not, it's hugely entertaining. It isn't a Deadpool-style absurd laugh fest, but there are definitely funny moments. But mostly the appeal is the senseless violence, which is absurdly enjoyable to read. Mar 29, Scott S. I used to think you were funny, but now you're simply annoying! Jul 09, James DeSantis rated it did not like it.
It's stupid. It knows it's stupid. I can't give it a 1 star because it's fucking stupid. I want to When Cullen obviously wrote this as it being stupid. Holy hell though half the shit makes no sense.
I'm not one of those guys who cares who can beat who. Cap vs Spider-man, or Iron-man vs Doom, or whatever. I don't care enough to get into big fights over dumb shit like that. But this book disregards most people's powers and uses of their weapons and skills in order for De It's stupid.
But this book disregards most people's powers and uses of their weapons and skills in order for Deadpool to drop one liners and brutally murder them.
Except it isn't funny, and the deaths aren't creative. What I liked: Ummmm I guess Kitty prides "maze" of forever was neat idea I wanted more of that! What I didn't like: Spider-man death made no fucking sense. Dude has spider sense. Task Master wouldn't be defeated like that, again makes no sense. LOL at Sue being so dumb as to let herself get caught off guard.
X23 getting killed like that?
Just fucking dumb. Not this horse shit. It's pretty awful.
I can't give it a 1 star though because Screw what I said. Like Deadpool I break the rules. Screw this. Mar 31, Grace rated it really liked it. This is one of those rare comics you laugh and scream in rage at all at once. Dang it, Wade. Mar 22, Kevin rated it it was amazing. Bloody, disturbing, episodic, and absolutely the most perfect Deadpool story that needed to be told. Contrary to what many of the reviews say, there is a distinct reason Wade sets on killing the entirety of the Marvel Universe He comes to fully realize that his life, and the lives of everyone in the Marvel Universe, exist only for the entertainment value of an outside observer: It's not random, it's not pointless, it's not about blood n guts though they are present in spades.
It's about f Bloody, disturbing, episodic, and absolutely the most perfect Deadpool story that needed to be told. It's about finally ending the constant torment that the people in the Marvel Universe endure for nothing more than our own entertainment. Wade doesn't just want to break the fourth wall, he wants to tear down every wall he sees. In this story, the reader comes to realize that Wade's breaking of the fourth wall is far more sinister, disturbing, and existential than most previous writers have implied.
He knows that the struggles, the pain, the deaths and rebirths are all the result of other human minds creating fiction. He never says this on-the-nose, but it's abundantly clear that he's ending the charade of the Marvel Universe, and aiming to avenge the fact that he even exists to begin with.
We see the result of this realization as it dawns on Professor Xavier, and it drives him into a catatonic state. To Wade's twistedly correct mindset, he's not actually killing anyone, because none of his victims ever actually existed to begin with.
This story is the logical endpoint of Wade's capacity to see beyond the fourth wall, and how someone with his history would respond to the full realization that he is only a work of fiction. It's very disappointing to see so many people completely miss the central point of this story. Fans of the 90's Joe Kelly run will find a lot of the darkness they may have missed since the Daniel Way run began in Sep 24, Donovan rated it did not like it Shelves: So boring!
Deadpool discovers the fourth wall and takes a nihilistic approach of killing everyone, our favorite heroes, with Cullen Bunn literally winking at the end. Probably the most one-dimensional comic I've ever read. Y no me arrepiento! No esperen mucha historia, cumple exactamente con lo que promete Deadpool mata al universo Marvel y ya.
Apr 30, Eli rated it liked it Shelves: That was pretty good. I ended up reading the final volume, Deadpool Kills Deadpool , first. But that's all fine and dandy, because I understood where the story was going. Deadpool's own team, the Mercs for Money are likewise wiped out including Domino and Slapstick , with only Gorilla Man surviving.
Deadpool booby-trapped a massive gun that killed Punisher. Moon Knight was quickly murdered as well, which led the remaining heroes. Marvel, who are all brutally murdered. Gwen-Poole arrives as the last hero standing, and she finally seems to be able to reach through to him even as she dies.
Green Goblin loses his head, Carnage is held against a train, Mysterio is drowned in gasoline and Wrecker is crushed by his own wrecking ball. Only a broken Magneto is spared because he gives Deadpool the location to the remaining villains, and Deadpool wants Magneto to live with the knowledge of his actions.
Taskmaster ultimately refuses to fight Deadpool, which gets him killed by Red Skull.