Deadpool: Merc With A Mouth #1 Reviews
Huge thanks to Tom for collecting the following review of Deadpool: Merc With A Mouth #1. Comic B...
Huge thanks to Tom for collecting the following review of Deadpool: Merc With A Mouth #1.
Comic Book Resources - 1.5/5
"When “Merc with a Mouth” was announced, various online commentators remarked on how unnecessary a second Deadpool title is and this debut issue does nothing to quell those opinions."
IGN - 6.4/10
"Deadpool: Merc with a Mouth #1 is hardly the worst Deadpool story I've ever read, but nor does it include quite the level of amusement one would expect. In this very crowded Deadpool market, any new project is going to have to work quickly to prove its merit. Hopefully Gischler has something more up his sleeve for issue #2."
Banana Syrup Company
"Gischler and Deadpool Dancin till the the end of time and go go going until the Apocalypse—or at least 5 more issues. Sweet Muzak to my ears."
"Gischler believes that Deadpool's humor just comes from throwing him in a silly situation and saying random crazy things, which is a real shame, because this character deserves better than that. Thank god that Way is writting Deadpool properly, I would hate for this to be the only book that shows off one of my favorite characters."
Graham Crackers - 9/10
"Fun doesn’t even begin to describe this book. I've never even heard of this writer or artist, but they make an awesome team! As do Deadpool and just about anyone he runs across. And, in the Savage Land, that's quite the cast of characters. This issue has an ening that I still don't believe. I mean real, Grade-A, spit-take material, here people. If you have eyes, I highly recommend it! If you don't have eyes, sorry. But you should get someone to read this to you."
The Pull List Comic Reviews - 8/10
"...this has been one of his best showings since splitting up with Cable from their fifty issue run as a buddy comic. Though Deadpool may not ever be a top character, having to compete against those who have a much more storied history than his like Captain America or Spider-Man, he is credited to having a rabid fan base who continue to eat up anything involving the character. This issue is pretty much cocaine for those followers with its throwbacks to what made them love Deadpool in the first place."
If Destroyed, Still True: The X-Axis
"(T)he comedy works - lots of good dialogue, and Dazo pulls off the visual gags effectively - which is really the bottom line here. It's entertaining."
ComicBookClub (starts at 3:46)
"Daniel Way is doing an amazing job of writing Deadpool, so this is a little different. I feel like is still has the tone of Deadpool, but it's not as great as Daniel Way right now, so it kinda pulls me out of it a little."