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Deadpool Classic - Volume 6 Paperback – February 1, 2012
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Andy Smith has been editor of SXSWORLD magazine since its inception in 2006. Prior to that, he was associate editor of Pop Culture Press magazine and once taught high school journalism. He has lived in Austin off and on since 1991, not coincidentally the same year he first attended SXSW.
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He falls back into his old habits, a.k.a. villainy, and still manages to narse that up as well, though not for lack of skill, smarts or sass. He cuts shoots and wisecracks his way through several favorites, including the ever loving Thing, Taskmaster (as always) and Thor. My favorite there has to be Deadpool's interpretation of Asgardian, "Get thee a life!"
All in all, it's deeper than it appears, as revelations come later that make seeming insanity at earlier times make sense.
It's truly, Classic Deadpool.
For starters let me first say that I understand that Priest had legendary shoes to fill following Joe Kelly, I just wish that he hadn't filled them with garbage. This comic book was awful. I read Deadpool because I want some zany insanity with exciting action schemes. He is supposed to make you laugh, with his pop culture references and over explanations of random things while action is happening. The writing in this book was no where near where I had hoped it would be. I got a few chuckles while reading this, I never once laughed out loud. Priest tried to force jokes that weren't funny, and then would over play them. One of the running jokes in this comic was ANYTIME someone would ask Deadpool a question his response would be, "The answer to your first question is shaddup." Now this joke was funny the first time when it was unexpected, but Deadpool would say this ALL. THE. TIME. It just wasn't funny after the second time seeing it. Deadpool is supposed to be the master of one liners and clever quips and all he can do it tell people to shut up repeatedly? It doesn't make sense and it's not funny. The story line also seemed scattered and poorly planned out. Most of the time I felt like I was walking into a party where everyone is friends and has inside jokes, and I'm trying to catch up on the action. It really turned me off as a reader. But here is my biggest frustration with this comic. There are [SPOILERS] coming. The story element where Loki put the curse on Deadpool to make him look like Tom Cruz (spelled Thom Cruz) was incredibly dumb. Here we have a character who for almost 40 issues at this point has been TORTURED by his appearance.Read more ›
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Exactly what I was looking for. Works great and would recommend.Published 16 months ago by J.Johnson