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"X Marks The Spot" -- Paperback,
This review is from: Deadpool, Vol. 3: X Marks the Spot (Paperback)
I have to say I really liked this book. I did not like the artwork Shawn Crystal did for the pirate chapters (13 & 14), but once we got back to the same old Paco Medina pencils as the first two volumes, it was all good. And once it was beyond issues 13 & 14, not only did the story get better, it was actually great. Chapters 15 through 18 were a fun read. Now I'm not saying 13 & 14 weren't good. They were just not on par with the rest of the series. I'd put them on par with Deadpool: Suicide Kings (which I liked), but not quite worthy of making it into a numbered volume in the ongoing series. That kind of story is what I'd expect from an annual, but not a volume. Nevertheless, I definitely recommend this to any Deadpool fans (who probably already have it at this point). The humor is great, and the action is as well. You won't be disappointed, and Amazon's price is a lot better than what I paid at my local comic book store. So, you can't go wrong....
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Initial post: Jul 13, 2010 9:49:37 PM PDT
does this only contain 13-17 as listed or does it contain issue 18 as well? the product description confuses me, also is the pirate stuff only part with the rest being the deadpool x-men thing?
In reply to an earlier post on Jul 13, 2010 10:26:40 PM PDT
RJ Smoove says:
#13-18. And the pirate part is only #13-14. The last three issues are with the X-Men.
In reply to an earlier post on Jul 13, 2010 10:31:55 PM PDT
RJ Smoove says:
Oh and the hardcover page has the right info. It says #13-18.
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