Deadpool continues his team-up with the Secret Avengers, but decides to do things "his way" which Steve Rogers doesn't agree with. Also, Doctor Bong is hilarious.
I laughed, I laughed some more, and I felt fulfilled. It's no secret that I find Deadpool annoying. He's Wolverine for this decade, but don't let that get you down: This book is the most entertaining read Marvel has to offer. I almost took pictures of frames I laughed out loud at to show you how funny this book is, but then I quickly realized this review would be nothing more than random panels. Daniel Way is by far, and I know I've said this before, the best writer for Deadpool, hands down. Aside from the jokes, the story is really enjoyable, and there are some great fight scenes in here, and also, Doctor Bong!
A couple times I noticed that Steve Rogers did not have a forehead. His eyes went right up to his hairline. That's my only problem.
The Verdict: 4.5/5
It's the most enjoyable book I've read from Marvel, since the last issue of Deadpool came out. I know Deadpool is everywhere, and a chunk of the books he's in range from bland to "no thanks," but don't let that get you down because this book is the complete opposite. If you're looking from a break from 50-issue story-arcs and ultra-serious story lines that seemingly take the fun out of comics, then this is the perfect comic for you. Highly Recommended.