Deadpool #11 Reviews
Below are a collection of review for Deadpool #11. Thanks to again Tom for collecting the review. ...
Below are a collection of review for Deadpool #11. Thanks to again Tom for collecting the review.
IGN - 7.8/10
Simply put, Deadpool is very much a known entity at this point. Lots of violence, lots of funny and lots of juvenile insanity. If you're fine with these things, you're probably already on board. If not, tread carefully, as this series is not shy about what it is and is not. For my money, this is a guilty pleasure, but one that is skilled at being utterly ridiculous.
Y'know, say what you will, but this book is really fun in a psycho murderer that listens to self help talk radio sort of way.
The Man Behind The Mask - 4.5/5
Way is very good at writing both of these characters and these two are made for each other because of their history. The art is beautiful, as always. I think it’s a great issue and say it should be picked up, but it’s up to you.
Line of Fire Reviews - 4/5
There are jokes aplenty, cartoon violence, cornball one-liners (which Deadpool shamelessly acknowledges every time), and some deft comic timing. Here's the rub; on the surface the slapstick screams Three Stooges but the machinery underneath says Marx Brothers (at least Groucho and Harpo). Either way Deadpool is delivering a fun time for your dollar, as long as you can laugh at your heroes.
Weekly Comic Book Review - A-
Trust me when I say that Deadpool #11 will make you laugh…early and often.
ComicVine - 5/5
So what's the rating... five stars a very fun and good read, you will want to read the next one after this issue.
StashMyComics - 8.5/10
As enjoyable as that has been I’m hoping Way begins to move the story along next issue!
The Hachiko - 3.5/5
I'm still anxious to see what happens next, but it needs just a bit more narrative progression.
Those We Left Behind
It's funny and throwaway, like I thought it would be. That is not a bad thing, in case you are wondering.
Paradox Comics Group - 8/10 & 9/10
We’re getting closer to the first anniversary of this title and I’m struggling to think of a single poor moment in the run to date, or for that matter when I last saw a comic cover where the main character spoke…
As a character study this book is top notch, but it’s even better as a laugh-out-loud comic which breaks just about every superhero comic rule along the way.
Way’s script is creative, adventurous, and fun, and he captures Deadpool’s character best in his dialogue.