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#1 Edited by z1co80 (177 posts) - - Show Bio

One of the best books out there

This is a real sickener

#2 Edited by z1co80 (177 posts) - - Show Bio

Some of the junk this site/reviewers gives five stars is ludicrous and giving this 2/5 is every bit as ludicrous.

Although the reviewer is entitled to his opinion even if i think he is way off the mark.

#3 Edited by z1co80 (177 posts) - - Show Bio

@jdp180: Yeah ho knew a book called Ghosted is about Ghosts.

Bit of a stupid criticism if you ask me.

#4 Posted by z1co80 (177 posts) - - Show Bio

The dialogue in this book can be pretty bad and there is a few instances in this issue where Damain is referring to an issue in the present but by the way the dialogue is written makes it seem like he is speaking in past tense.

#5 Posted by z1co80 (177 posts) - - Show Bio

I have enough variation in my pull list for this title to be a slow burner and still enjoy it. I love the concept and the questions it raises as we as humans continue more and more to rely on technology for our interactions with each other.

Loved the first two issues.

#6 Posted by z1co80 (177 posts) - - Show Bio

If these last two issues are any indication of how Deadpool is going to be going forward i'll be dropping it yes i know these were break issues but i really worry that they will revert to type and fall back into the walking punch line Deadpool.

We have went from arguably the best Deadpool arc ever which is saying a lot if you have had the pleasure of reading Joe Kelly's run and Cable and Deadpool to the very average Annual #1 and issue #20. I really hope they take the momentum of The Good The Bad and The Ugly and continue on with another great arc and blow it with goofy Deadpool.

#7 Posted by z1co80 (177 posts) - - Show Bio

Strong start to the series.

I have really enjoyed #1 and #2 and will continue to pick this up. Can't wait to see what will happen in this.

#8 Posted by z1co80 (177 posts) - - Show Bio

I must be one grumpy old b****** because i thought the humour in this was far too much. There was some genuinely funny moments but for me Marvel movies are going overboard with the jokes.

It was still a very good film but what impact does the emotional scenes have when two seconds later Thor or another character is making a joke? I think if the jokes had been used more sparingly they have more impact.

Still i enjoyed it, I'd give it a 3.5/5 or 7/10 whatever tickles your pickle but with a little restrain on the jokes it could have been an 9/10.

Just my opinion. I know others love Marvel's humour.

#9 Posted by z1co80 (177 posts) - - Show Bio

Loved the book.

Great interview

#10 Edited by z1co80 (177 posts) - - Show Bio

Personally i rank the 2008 movie better than Thor, Captain America and Iron Man 2 with the only movies in phase one better than it Avengers and Iron Man.

I don't know why people think Incredible Hulk was a bad movie.