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Deadpool Max: Nutjob Hardcover – June 1, 2011
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Ultimately I wish there was more of Deadpool and *much* less of Agent Bob in this book. Also, though the narrative grabs you (in some uncomfortable places at times), the artwork is all over the place, and short of the cursing and *very* neutrally-drawn nudity, didn't see much of a reason for this to be a "Max" title in and of itself. Unless it's the brief foray into homosexual BDSM at the beginning and *very* powerfully-worded white supremacist dogma is what earned it the badge.
Final verdict: I enjoyed reading it. I didn't love it, though, and if there are future installments I'll be waiting for the collections.
If you were hoping for a Deadpool GN in the style of Ennis' MAX treatment of The Punisher and Nick Fury, this ain't it. Definitely worth the read under twenty bucks, though.
I read the other reviews saying that this was the best of Deadpool. I was expecting laugh out loud jokes, violence, wackiness, and crudeness. While the violence is there, it isn't that much more impressive than a regular Deadpool comic. Crudeness, yes, but there wasn't anything really funny here.
Deadpool is in it. Deadpool does one or two mildly humorous things.
Bob's relationship as the abused guy was kind of funny. (Don't want to give too much away)
Deadpool is in it. He is badly written, his back story is completely messed up (in more ways than one), but more specifically it doesn't follow cannon for most of it. His tragic background is so overblown that it just seems forced. He is a dog being led around on a leash by Bob, who is also a lame, badly written character.
Deadpool is supposed to be funny and sometimes poignant, but in this he just isn't either. I have trouble caring about the bigger, shadowy plot that is hinted at, and even find it difficult to connect with the characters on any level.
The artwork is atrocious. Some people might like it, I suppose, but I didn't like the style at all.
Many, many pages were dedicated to some white supremacist ranting. Okay, everyone knows what white supremacists believe in, you don't need to go on and on and on with some racist/ antisemitic BS for shock value. It wasn't funny, entertaining, or even shocking. Just obnoxious.
Overall I would have to say I am sorry that Deadpool didn't get the writer or artist he deserves. An uncensored DP comic could have been so, so much better. I am saddened and disappointed.