It's inbetween arcs, folks, and you know what that means...
A flashback iss-what's that?
We have back? Back WHERE?
Back...TO THE FUTURE!
Finally resized the damn spreads
Had revelation yesterday when doing dishes about Marvel future timelinery.
In 20XX, it's a positive outlook on the future.
2099, on the other hand is more cynical.
shit, missed a pun opportunity with
We Are Bobin
Reminder that Wade learned what "Foreshadowing" means in the SW Shiklah series.
Wade's good at suffering!
83 years of suffering!
To be continued
after Deadpool VS Sabretooth!
See you next month for Deadpool 25th anniversary!
She's deformed, pissed, and mentally unsound.
She's Wade's kid all right. Given that he's got a healing factor, Warda's conception was probably less of a splooge race and more of a chode demolition derby.
My revelation about future Marvel timelinery is that they ALL contradict each other, so there's no point in taking them any of hem seriously since none of them will ever happen since Marvel isn't gonna let future stories dictate their present
Yeah. I mean, we've got people from 2099 popping up in the present, and Miguel's time door tells him that the future is a ruined wasteland.
Though it could be that door that let's you go in the future, but one where you had disappeared from the moment you entered to the time you exited. It was in a previous Spider-man story.
that story also had the reveal that the only reason the world on the other side was a wasteland was that keeping the door open too long would cause a huge disaster.
Someone should tell Miguel.
>REPUBLICANS SUCK AND ARE DUMB LOL
Such subtle and witty political commentary.
It would have been funnier if instead the joke was that by 2099 most of the population is hispanic and whites are a minority.
without relying of buzzwords, the humor was more crude and low-hanging-fruit than in any of Deadpool's other ongoing, and it felt like the writing didn't respect the characters, if that makes sense. like neither Spidey nor Deadpool had any depth to them.
I thought it was alright. Just a bit too squeezed with dialogue/jokes. Later in the issue where the pair wasn't trying to one-up each other, had nice character beats between them. Also, really nice art.
You know I'm really not feeling the relaunch. Deadpool mercs was primarily just an okay premise and I didn't enjoy what happened with Madcap. One can really only hope this book gets better but I'm not sure if it will or not, seems to be loosing steam.
Deadpool and Cable: Split Second finished already and tou can buy a digital copy or look aroumd desu storage but I dunno when it will come out in print.
It was good and if you liked Nicieza's Cable and Deadpool you'll like Split Second, it also makes Wade and Nate's bond even stronger.
Joe Kelly's Spider-Man and Deadpool is kind of whatever.
Split seconds may have been the best book with Deadpool thus far this year. Aside from Uncanny Avengers, which I am beginning to enjoy more. But I'm sure it'll read better when and if it comes out in print.