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Okay...seriously....what happened? The first issue had a great premise, some dark humor, and great artwork. Well the artwork is still great but what happened to the rest of the stuff? Where's the dark humor? This issue wasn't funny, they didn't even try to throw any jokes in here. Deadpool only works because of his humor, take that away and the character becomes boring and dull. The first issue has some good dark humor...this has got....uh...well...nothing. The artwork is still top notch and...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Okay after I tore apart Deadpool MAX I felt like I should establish that I am indeed a Deadpool fan. And Deadpool Pulp has been a perfect example of everything I love about Deadpool. It's not about the humor, the 4th wall, or even the yellow subtitles. Honestly when the character was introduced he didn't even have the healing factor we all know and love (check the first bunch of issues of X-Force, he references his jaw being wired shut for a month) or the yellow subtitles (his text was origna...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
From the start of this mini-series I was taken away. Not only is the mid 1950's era a new take on Deadpool, but the new attitude is just great. Its nice to see a Deadpool where making puns and poor jokes does not become the main attraction. While it may not be the most action packed Deadpool we have seen, it is still great. If one were expecting this to be the joke cracking, loud mouthed, extreme violent Deadpool, one should have read Deadpool Max instead. Not to say this issue does not have act...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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