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Subj: Deadpool #18: Marred issue...
Posted: Tue Sep 27, 2016 at 11:00:39 am EDT (Viewed 253 times)



What the hell does that mean??!! That sounds dumb and/or wrong solution to the Werewolf decapitation that obviously wasn't going to stand anyways...

Deadpool 018

A fun cover - totally marred by the fact Cable and Adsit ain't in it.

Talk about rough sex games! Talk about half the pages of the a book with Shiklah kickin' & screamin' while wearing a terry robe, commando mind you. No seriously, talk about either one ;\) - nothing marred there, well, except DP in a thong.

It was just for the gag, but, should DP be able to twisty bend a sax like that? To make up for this cheap gag - there was that brilliant chess move that would impress Bobby Fischer! \:\)

Talking with Rogue and revealing his daughter to her was a nice endearing moment. Marred only by the shared universe fact that we never got to see any of their plotting, coincidentally with Cover-Cable, against Hydra-Cap.

The interlude with Madcap was properly/effetively just plain creepy/freaky. Marred only by the fact that this arch-enemy is so overused currently.

Finally, reveal of seeing exactly how much damage http://www.comicboards.com/php/image.php?msg=avengers-2016091419473616&att=dp18damage.jpg&fullsize=yes Pymtron did and the fact that someone is still, at least, talking about Red Skull and Xavier's stolen brain was a relief. Marred only by the fact that this info should have been given in Uncanny Avengers title and it made for a... subdued/mopey ending.

https://www.comixology.com/Deadpool-2015-18/digital-comic/406325

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