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For years, when Uncle Sam needed to erase untouchable global madmen, it called on the legendary super-agent known as Cable. That is, until two years ago, Cable disappeared for parts unknown…and a certain Merc with a Mouth took up the slack. But now Cable has reemerged from where he claims is the far-flung future to take back his old job. How will that sit with Deadpool? Like Tacos before bedtime. It’s super-agent vs super-agent in a fight to the finish.

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Complex and intriguing 0

Deadpool: Max is accomplishing what a lot of Deadpool's main continuity adventures are missing: complexity. There is a lot of room for interpretation. "Who's telling the truth? Who's lying?"  That's what I keep asking.I really like that Cable is drawn to look like   Stephen Lang.  The only thing I wish was different about this book would be... it's kind of a book about Bob... and I don't really like Bob that much....

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Review: Deadpool Max #4 0

Deadpool's South American assassination tango is cut-in by Cable, an ally-to-be who claims that the merc's missions is a lie. The Good There's something refreshing about getting to see Deadpool with the kiddy gloves finally off - - be that with F-Bombs dropping, discussions of futuristic lovemaking or a sidekick having to swim through an identified river of excrement. Despite some small issues, Baker's trademark cartoonist style actually meshes surprisingly well into this world of mercs and mut...

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