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Subj: Re: Deadpool #17...
Posted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 at 07:30:13 pm EDT (Viewed 233 times)
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Posted: Fri Aug 26, 2016 at 07:28:37 pm EDT (Viewed 258 times)

    Aaand'm back to hating DP and his monthly.

Yeah, this issue was stupid. But I bet there are people out there in fandom who've been wishing the comic would be more like this all the time.

    The hyper-infighting was reckless hyper-nonsense with Bugs Bunnyish damage. Getting off by lying to the judge as an Avenger and sending off his team as an ingrate was annoying.

The scene that bugged me the most was Wade's daughter suddenly acting like she doesn't think he's cool. I think Duggan has made a big mistake with the change. Once the daughter starts treating Wade the way everyone else treats him, the whole point of her character evaporates.

    Actually, the only bearable part coming from the ish was the Mercs breaking off from DP.

So I guess the Mercs for Money comic won't be lasting much longer.

    That and Preston's peacekeeping role. Oh, and although the Shiklah in bed was the only very funny moment it lead to a very stupid ending (for Werewolf By Night - for now). The ending also feels so similar to the ending of Deadpool - Too Soon Infinite Comic #4 that it feels like an unwanted rehash/copy of a good comedic bit too soon. Also if Jack lives, as he must, another unkillable plot device for yet another MU death will probably be offputting (especially after the opening heroes killing heroes slapstick attempts).

The Jack Russell scene was so out of left field from start to finish that I can barely process it in my head.

I really think Duggan is losing his mind.

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