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Needed One More Issue 0

SOME SPOILERS AHEAD (I PROMISE TO BE AS VAGUE AS POSSIBLE) One more issue would have probably made this series a 5 star instead of a 4 star and I'll explain why later. First let me explain that this is not a review of issue 4 in this series, but the series as a whole. So this is me reviewing issues 1 to 4 in one review. It's simpler that way.    Spider-man, No More Okay let's get started. First of all, I was really excited for this series. We were promised a darker version of Deadpool more akin...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Believe What Everyone is Saying 0

I'll admit I was skeptical when it came to Jeff Lemire replacing Peter Milligan on the title. Especially since it felt like Peter had no idea he was being replaced till the last minute. I remember reading in an interview that Peter had planned an arc in which the Justice League Dark had to find and rescue Mindwarp after the crossover with I Vampire. Now it seems like we'll never get that story.    Although Jeff Lemire has won me over and his run seems to be gearing up towards really big things...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

It's Offical, The B-Movie is Dead Or On Its Last Legs 0

  People are out to crucify this film, when really it's not that bad. It's perfect B movie goodness at it's best. I'm beginning to agree with the Angry Video Game Nerd when he reviewed Indiana Jones 4, the B-movie is dieing. Mainly because audiences now-a-days are so black and white. The film has got to be perfect, if even one thing is wrong (like the Nuke the Fridge) than it's total crap. Whatever happen to the kind of films where you just shut your brain off and enjoy it. Ghost Rider Spirit o...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Little Bit Disappointed 0

UNCANNY X-FORCE #21 I kinda figured it would have been hard to live up to the Dark Angel Saga, although I don't think this means X-force is going to drop in quality. Every series has the occasional bad arc, I think this story arc is going to be this series' bad arc. It's going to be that arc that nobody remembers or really even cares about and serves little to no purpose other than just moving the story along.   Let me explain the main reasons I'm a little disappointed with this arc. For one, it...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Well, It Wasn't All Bad. 0

I, Vampire #4 For the longest time I was debating if I should review this issue. When I review a comic book it's for one of two reasons.....If my opinion is different then the masses, then I'll review it to show why I think it's good or bad. If I think the book is really good and needs more attention, I'll review it. This book fits neither of those categories, and frankly I just didn't feel like I needed to review it.   Well I just reread it today, and there is one thing that I think I could tac...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Where to Go? 0

After a big epic story is pretty much positive that there is going to be an epilogue or a "How this effected us" kind of story. This issue is that kind of story. Although what's great about this issue is that even though the two big things that Rick Remender has been setting up for has finally been brought to a conclusion, we still have so much more loose ends to tie up that this series could go on forever (and I seriously hope it does.)   The two big things Rick Remender was building up to, was...

4 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Filler, but Filler That Feels so Good!!! 0

I remember reading a review of this issue when it came out and the review pretty much hit the nail on the head with just one sentence.....  "How do you know that someone is a good writer? When they write a comic book story where nothing happens, and yet you still really like it."    That sentence pretty much sums up this entire issue. Nothing really happens, it's all just filler for the next issue. The first issue set up the series and the rest of the arc, the next issue is obviously when the...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

The Title Still Hasn't Grown On Me. 0

I'm a Constantine fan, I've loved him ever since I read All His Engines when it first came out. I've gone back and collected all the trades and every new issue he's been in since. So when it was announced he was coming back into the DC universe. I admit I was a little scared. Although I remained positive about the situation. Then the Search For Swamp Thing came out....ouch, that series was bad. Really Bad. I lost a little bit of hope with that series, and was beginning to agree with everyone els...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Unbelieveable!!! 0

It's obvious I hate Daniel Way's stuff. His series started off good, but after the Bullseye arc things just keep going down hill so I dropped the series for a bit. Eventually I thought he could do a good job with issue 36, since it seemed like an original idea, instead it turned out to be a giant mess. Then I figured the Hulk arc could be good, and it was but it still had it's problems. For one, all three issues only take me about eight to ten minutes to read.....that's an insanel...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

NO NO NO NO NOOOOOOO!!!! 0

 This has got to be one the worst Daniel Way Deadpool issues I have ever read. I will give credit, the idea is pretty original. Deadpool's friends teaming up to take him down after all the years of torture they suffered at his hands is a pretty original idea. Too bad Daniel Way totally screw it up by writing an entire issue that makes zero sense. Here's the main problem with Daniel Way, he ignores all continuity and thinks he can just start anew and ignore everything that came befor...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Not What I Expect, But Still Kicks Ass 0

Uncanny X-Force #7 When I saw this cover I assumed Wolverine and Deadpool would be left fighting Deathlok and thus solve all the issues they had in issue 5. Deadpool would earn Wolverine's respect and yadda yadda yadda. While that kind of happens this is the first cover of the series that kinda tricked me. All the covers so far have represented something that happened in the book. the Issue 5 cover has Fantomex being attacked by a bunch of Deathloks, that happens in that issue. The issue 6 c...

7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Rushed But Still Really Good 0

Before I begin I feel the need to tell you that this review isn't going to be a review of just this issue, but all 5 issues as well. Ever since Deadpool Pulp I decided just to review mini series by posting one review on the last issue that would review the story as a whole. So keep that in mind with this review.   I'd also like to state that I love Peter Milligan's writing, he's easily one of my favorite comic book writers behind Joe Kelly and in front of Rick Remender. He has yet to write a sto...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Might As Well Have Been An Issue Of Deadpool Team-Up. 0

 Oh boy where to start. Well first off all, this isn't as bad as some of Daniel Way's other stuff. I'm not a huge hater of Daniel Way (I enjoyed the Vampire arc, The Bullseye arc, and his Wolverine Origins arc) but I do dislike most of his stuff. Although he has really gotta get rid of those voices....in fact 90% of the time the voices could easily be replaces with an Internal monologue and we'd still get the same effect. This book however just wasn't really all that interesting. I think Bong Da...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Shaping Up For Another Great Arc 0

Rick Remender is doing a stellar job on this series. His writing is fantastic and this series is continuing to be one of the best series on the market right now. I'm not really familiar with Deathlok, but I look forward to reading the next couple of issues mainly because we're diving into some character development of the two characters on this team I like the most.  If you're a fan of Fantomex or Deadpool like I am, then you'll probably enjoy this arc because they are the main focus in this arc...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Good Little Arc 0

I wasn't going to write a review, mainly because MatKrenz's review hit the nail on the head. However I figured I'd write one anyway so I could  First of the issue had some really good joke's like the last one, Daniel Way can write a good Deadpool but sometimes it feels like he just isn't trying. Also his entire series so far has been going nowhere, I originally thought the whole "I wanna be a hero" thing was going somewhere, that Deadpool would finally become a hero and abandon it because he wou...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Not bad 0

I'll keep this short and sweet, but still try to provide some insight.  Deadpool Team - Up sucks, it's the second worse Deadpool series out there (behind The Deadpool Corps), while it has had a few good issues it's all pretty much the same. Deadpool meets hero, they fight, they team up, they fight bad guy, the end. Repeat that same formula over and over again and you have the entire Deadpool Team-Up series.  No character development, no substance, no good.  I gotta give props to Shane McCarthy f...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Not As Good As 2 Or 3, But Better Than 1 0

The title pretty much explains this entire book. While issue 1 was really good, it still lacked a certain something. Issues 2 and 3 made up for whatever it is it lacked with a war between two guys who are both the best at whatever it is they do. Issue 4 is the conclusion, and boy does it conclude. People seem to hate this issue for some reason but I enjoyed it, even if it ripped off a few things from popular movies.   I enjoyed the many twists and turns this issue took. I'm not going to spoil an...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Good Ending To An Okay Story 0

The first issue of this limited series was really good, I loved it. It had the dark humor, it had great artwork, and great story. It was just really really good. Issue two bummed the crap out of me, it felt like filler the entire time and nothing really important happened. The third issue was the same as issue two but it made up for it all with that brilliant twist at the end. So the forth issue for me was a total toss up, either it would be good or be bad.   It was good.  It was really really g...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Two Of The Most Overused Things in One. 0

Well Daniel Way, I will admit. While you have continued to piss me off every single arc since the Bullseye arc, I liked the last arc with Captain America and Dr. Bong. Finally an arc that didn't go from good to okay to terrible with each issue. That arc went from okay to pretty darn good to okay with each issue. Although you still have a high failure rate in my eyes. We're 30 issues in and so far, 60% of you're stories are kind of bad or just average, with the occasional good arc. So from now on...

1 out of 3 found this review helpful.

HELL YEAH!!! 0

I'm so glad this issue is getting good reviews, because I knew right from the start that this series had the chance to be great if given the chance. I liked the first issue even when other people didn't, and the second issue was better in my opinon, but yet it still didn't do well for some reason. Well now I see what David Lapham was doing with those other two issues.....a little thing called....build up.   The first issue was showing what it's like working with a psycho like Deadpool, the secon...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Now that's more like it. 0

If you read my last review, you probably know that while I liked the last issue, I still had some doubts with it. Mainly the two members I didn't like or had no idea existed. Well now that I've read a bit more about Fantomex and now know what he can do and how he acts, I like this book a lot more. Although I still don't like Angel...never have, probably never will. I just don't like the character, something about a pretty rich boy with wings and a split personality disorder doesn't appeal to me ...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

As good as issue one, only more Deadpool. 0

I have a feeling this is going to be my favorite Deadpool series out right now and I'll tell you why.   Well first of all, it's a MAX book so David Lapham can cut loose and do pretty much anything he wants without worrying about censorship. This gives him more freedom to bring out more realistic and better stories. This shows in this issue and the last issue, mainly because this series so far has been so crazy and unpredictable that every turn of the page is entertaining because you have no idea...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Not Bad, But Not Great 0

So I picked this and the last issue up because someone apparently told me that they mention that Daniel Way might be getting rid of the voices in this issue. I needed to know if that was true or not and figure, what the hell I'll pick it up and if I don't like it I'll rant about the thing and if I do like it then I guess I can finally say that Daniel Way is taking a step in the right direction.  So I didn't like it, but I didn't hate it either. I liked the artwork and I still think Carlo Barberi...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Awesome, But Something Is Missing 0

Okay I might get flack for this, I might not. Whatever the reason, I'm going to give my opinions on this issue.   First off I'm SO SO SO SO SO SOOOOOO glad that Rick Remender is writing a Deadpool more close to the classic Deadpool. No voices, no pool-o-vision, no bull crap here, this is how Deadpool is supposed to be written. All you people who wanted the voices to appear in this need to go re read some of the older stuff (Anything before Daniel Way came alone and screwed things up) and you'll ...

17 out of 17 found this review helpful.

What Happened? 0

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.

Bloody Brillent 0

Okay, first off....I've been pumped for this series the minute it was announced. I had high expectations for this book, I mean...We got a writer who has written two really good Deadpool stories, an artist who has brought his A game and actually made some pretty good looking artwork and a MAX rating meaning the writer can cut loose and do whatever he wants without being held back by censors.....my expectations were high.   It gave me almost everything I wanted.   First let's discuss the artwork, ...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Not Great But Not Bad. 0

In my last review of issue 2, I said that I hope this three issue arc wouldn't end anticlimactically. With Daniel Way most of his stories do. They start off with a great first issue, a decent 2nd issue, and a crappy third issue. Although it's a lot worse in his Deadpool series mainly because he just can't write a good Deadpool on a daily basis. He can write a good Deadpool just not monthly. Although this is his own character so he can do whatever he wants and I can't say it's out of character be...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The More I Read, The More I Like It!! 0

The pieces of the puzzle are slowly coming together, and boy is it entertaining.   I enjoy this series, not sure if I like it more than Kick-Ass but it's pretty close to topping it. The entertaining thing about this, is that the whole series has been a battle of wits between these two characters. Each character gets a chance to outsmart the other and now the playing field is pretty even meaning that the winner of the battle in the next issue wins it all.   I like seeing this evil version of Batm...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Take Your Happy Ending and Shove It. 0

What a cool way to end an interesting story.   My mind is blown after reading this issue, almost everything about it is awesome. We start off where the last issue ended, Frank is being attacked by "The King of Death's" henchmen and eventually is taken down. We get this really cool inner monologue where he is basically punishing himself for being an idiot and trying to save people instead of kill the monsters hurting them. It's still as awesome as it was in the first issue, the character Frank Ca...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Hold The Phone, and the Mayo!!! 0

Okay I know I said I was done with this series after the horrible "Weasel in Las Vegas Arc" but then I heard all the reviews. Most of them being positive. I figured, what the hell, at least the artwork will be good right? Well Yes...the artwork is still awesome, Carlo Barberi continues to pull in awesome artwork monthly and I give him props for that.   Now the writing, well a few things seemed off with this issue.... Where was the Mercenary Work in which he met Copycat? In here he was a kid who ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Exactly What I Expected 0

I don't know why people are giving this book crap, it's got some fantastic artwork, a good story, and an interesting premise. So what's wrong with it? someone tell me please because I can't find it.  Is it because it's not as funny as you expected? Well DUH? The story takes place in the middle of one of the most darkest and most depressing times ever to have existed, and even then there is some humor in here, it may be dark humor, but humor none the less.   I like reading these Noir stories beca...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Keeps Getting Better and Better. 0

This limited series has been getting better and better with each issue, and I can only expect that the next issue will be better than this. I absolutely love where this series has been going, everything that has happened so far has been awesome stuff and this issue is no exception.   First off we got Patient Zero, but you may know him as "Your friendly neighborhood Spider-man". I was actually surprised what they did with Spider-Man in this issue, at first I thought he was going to be the main ba...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

All Questions Answered, Now We Have New Ones To Ponder 0

All of the questions we had going into this arc have basically been answered, what's going on with Epiphany's face? Why did John go crazy? Who is that kid that has a crush on Epiphany? What motive does Shade have in all this? All of these questions are answered in this issue, however only to be given a bunch of NEW questions. Questions that will obviously lead into the next arc. This isn't the last we've seen of Shade.   The artwork is slowly growing on me, I originally thought it was too cartoo...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Yeah this is what I'm talking about!!! 0

I hate the Franken-Castle stuff, I miss the old Punisher because what was so interesting about him was that he was a human, but he was probably the most deadliest man on the planet. When Punisher has a target, or is in a fight, he doesn't hold back and that is what makes him so bad ass and make it believable that he really could take down someone like the Hulk.   The story begins here, the last issue was build up, this issue moves the plot forward. I'm still digging where this story is going and...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Uh oh, Something Smell's Famillar!! 0

Recently Daniel Way just can't seem to end his stories well. The first issue of the "Hit-Monkey" arc was really good, the second was okay, the last issue sucked. The same goes for his "Weasel in Las Vegas" arc, first issue was good, the second was okay, the last issue sucked. Now I'm starting to see a pattern after reading this issue, because the first issue of this series was really good, but this issue was only okay....*gulp*...  Okay let's start with the good stuff in this issue...   Well Hit...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Potential for Greatness 0

With the horrible FrankenCastle running around the Marvel universe now-a-days, I'll take whatever dose of good old human Frank Castle I can get. Now when I heard that Jonathan Maberry will be writing a Punisher story in the same style as the awesome novel I Am Legend, I couldn't wait for this to come out so I could pick it up. The formula Marvel Zombies + Punisher + I Am Legend, stuck out for me and now I finally picked up the first issue and I am pleasantly surprised.   The first issue definite...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

I Like where this is going 0

Okay when I first heard of Hit-Monkey my first reaction was "Why?", plus it was a character created by Daniel Way who many already know that I don't have a incredible like for. Well then I read the on shot origin story and you know what? I thought it was interesting. I was glad that they took a laughable character and made it serious and almost tragic. The idea has grow on me and I was excited for his appearance in Deadpool....boy was that a HUGE let down.   So one good story out of two stories ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Could have been better. 0

I always favored this series more, and it's sad that it's ending. However it's sucks that it ended so quickly because that's the one flaw with this book.....it seemed to rushed.   It's almost like the editors at Marvel told Victor to just end it, and only gave him three issue to do it. Although I have to admit, even though it felt rushed there were still enough great moments to make this book worth the price. One moment that involved Zombie Deadpool at the end that was so bittersweet and ironic ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Why am I not surprised? 0

Everybody knows that I think Daniel Way just can't write Deadpool on a regular basis. Anybody who wants to know why I hate Daniel Way's Deadpool should go read my review of the ending to the Hit-Monkey arc. I've already said why I don't like him and rather than get into a huge rant about it, go read it there. That being said, why am I not surprised the ending to this story arc sucked?  Seriously the 1st issue of this arc was pretty dang good, had a lot of Humor, had some cool moments, and had th...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Deadpool we know and love. 0

I've always been a fan of Deadpool, he was probably the first character that got me into comics and he's had his fair bit of good writers (Joe Kelly, Duane Swierczynski) and bad writers (Jimmy Palmioti, Daniel Way) but he's always had some bit of attraction to me, something that always dragged me in. Well there is a lot of that here in this one issue.   The beginning of the book is actually really hilarious, with Deadpool interviewing some screenwriters for his upcoming Deadpool movie staring Ry...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.