mum_marveluniversemadness420's Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe #1 - Part I review

Whose Left?

The original idea for 'Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe' was great. Being a huge Deadpool fan myself it was awesome to finally see him go from crazy to completely psychotic. The only issue that I have with this series was the fact that it was 4 comics long. I mean a month? Come on, really? I love the fact that it was made don't get me wrong, but it could have been played out so much longer. Not only is it pretty unrealistic that Deadpool kills everyone as quickly as he did, but he didn't kill EVERYONE. There are sooo many other heroes and villains that could have been included, and it would have been absolutely nuts to see him to on the ENTIRETY of The Avengers at once. That in and of itself could have gone on for at least 5 more issues. Again, don't get me wrong, I'm not hating on the decision to create the series. BUT it could have been so much longer. Hopefully the creators will get that in their heads realize it and do what A vs X did and put in mid series issues.

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