Deadpool: Back in Black

Deadpool Back in Black During s Secret Wars Deadpool was introduced to an alien symbiote who went on to become Spider Man s black costume and eventually Venom OK OK maybe that really happened in Deadpool s Secret

  • Title: Deadpool: Back in Black
  • Author: Cullen Bunn Salva Espin
  • ISBN: 9781302901882
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
  • During 1984 s Secret Wars, Deadpool was introduced to an alien symbiote who went on to become Spider Man s black costume and, eventually, Venom OK, OK, maybe that really happened in Deadpool s Secret Secret Wars Point is, did you know that after Spider Man rejected the costume it went slinking back to Deadpool on the rebound And they went on adventures together YouDuring 1984 s Secret Wars, Deadpool was introduced to an alien symbiote who went on to become Spider Man s black costume and, eventually, Venom OK, OK, maybe that really happened in Deadpool s Secret Secret Wars Point is, did you know that after Spider Man rejected the costume it went slinking back to Deadpool on the rebound And they went on adventures together You didn t Well, you will, now, thanks to this series by Cullen Bunn Deadpool Killogy Salva Espin Deadpool The Mercs for Money Collecting Deadpool Back in Black 1 5

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    1. I read it sitting in my bathroom. Yes, I'm not ashamed to admit it :p Some of my most thoughtful and in-depth reads happened/continues to happen in my bathroom. But this is not one of those reads, obviously. And let's face it, no one (in their right minds at least) reads a whacky over-the-top Deadpool adventure for thought-provoking or in-depth analysis. We read it for laugh out loud hilarious gags and ridiculous yet awesomely entertaining action-adventures mixed with memorable funny Deadpool di [...]

    2. Actually a lot of fun. In the 80's, Deadpool apparently wore Spiderman's symbiote costume between when Spiderman rejected it and it bonded with Eddie Brock. The Good: Deadpool gets involved between the pages with all the big Spidey stories of the day, Black Cat, Kraven's Last Hunt, etc. It's the best Deadpool work I've seen from Cullen Bunn.The Bad: That symbiote version of Deadpool's costume is hideous. The Ugly: I feel like we are getting dangerously close to Deadpool over-saturation.

    3. I thought Deadpool was funny. Everything is too cartoony and PG13 to be entertaining. I expected to see more sword-play and humor, but got a big, boring nothing instead with everything that makes Deadpool cool replaced by Spider-Man references. The story has Deadpool meet several of Spider-Man's allies and enemies with them thinking he is Spider-Man. The encounters leave a great deal to be desired. I have to agree with Black Cat who nails it on the head when she says: 'your witty banter game is [...]

    4. I love Deadpool as much as the next guy, but I muss admit that I'm getting quite saturated with the character. I always enjoyed his comics but since the success of the Deadpool movie, Wade is EVERYWHERE: his own series, derivate series like the Mercs for money, Avengers, miniseries, limited series like this one: retro continuity stories where the character is forced in the story before his own conception, guess starring, team-ups, etc.In my opinion it is already a bit too much, specially keeping [...]

    5. A parody 80's Marvel comics that misses out on some great possibilities. The biggest of which is the artwork. Why didn't the artwork mock 80's cliches? Pick up any 80's Marvel comic and the first thing you'll notice is each page looks like the colorist walked away with every page only half colored. 80's Marvel comics always had great swathes of uncolored areas, plainly and oddly left uncolored white. Also, the color palette of each page was very limited to just a few colors. As if the printer wa [...]

    6. You think I'd love this comic - there's Deadpool, Venom and 80's. But no, I just read it through without a laugh. Not even one single laugh or a sneer. Not even a sneer! What the heck. All this comic did, it got me missing my old Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man comics. I think I must find better Deadpool-comics to read.

    7. Just okay.I was expecting more of a Spidey/Deadpool team-up but it seems like what I really got was what if Deadpool was Spidey in the 80's? Except there wasn't a nice strong 80's vibe. It was nothing at all like the throwback/time travelling fun of DEADPOOL (1997) 11 where Deadpool travels back to the 1960's - Spider-Man/Deadpool Vol. 0: Don't Call It A Team-UpThis felt like an unnecessary transplant/what if instead of a genuine Deadpool story.

    8. This is a readable story, set in the 1980s, but illustrated in a modern style, unlike some of the retro stories we see in the regular series.The premise is that the alien symbiote that fled from Peter Parker had a few adventures before Eddie Brock met it. These are those adventures, in which Deadpool gets to team-up with some 1980s characters, such as Power Pack, Obnoxio the clown, and the Black Cat (who mistakes him for Spider-Man, as does Kraven the Hunter).There are also alien bounty hunters [...]

    9. This graphic novel came through the library, and my only thought: "Deadpool and Venom together? How can I not give this a try?" I thoroughly enjoyed "Deadpool's Secret Secret Wars" (mostly because it pointed out how completely ridiculous the actual story is), and since this was sort of a sequel to that, I figured I would enjoy this, too. And, yes, this was solid enough, and delivered pretty much what I expected, but it wasn't great. Even though I got a few chuckles, I've definitely read funnier [...]

    10. a funny sidetrack down tangent story based on a revisionist comic book. The depth of the ideas around Deadpool storylines juxtaposed next to the ridiculous insanity of the character I think is what really attracts me to him. not great as I think the funniest joke was a dick joke about Kraven that was followed up in the footnotes. I'm all for dick jokes but they shouldn't be the highlight of the book.

    11. I actually really enjoyed this one! The art was super cute, the no-name heroes are always fun to encounter, and the poor Symbiote gets a little humanized too. I think Symbiote-pool might be one of my favorite art iterations, with his obnoxiously cute huge eyes.

    12. Okay but not great. Better than The Mercs for the Money in some ways. Deadpool was more like his old self re his dialogue. The plot, however, was average at best - as was the artwork.

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