Deadpool Team-Up #899 Reviews
Big thanks to Tom for collecting these reviews. comiXtreme - 4/5 "... Fred Van Lente has a very good sense of the character and has ...
Big thanks to Tom for collecting these reviews.
comiXtreme - 4/5
"... Fred Van Lente has a very good sense of the character and has shown a knack for putting Deadpool in a good plot, at least in this issue. I’m guessing I’ll really have to take each story as it comes with this series, which is fine. Despite not feeling like anything major, this was a very good first issue and I can’t wait to read more."
IGN - 8.3/10
"I have no idea whether Deadpool Team-Up is a book worth following on a continual basis. But as a single issue, the first installment is a winner."
TheCoreburner.net - 4.4/5
"Overall, this is something far better than I was expecting; not perfect, but enough to convince me that I want to buy issue #900 and maybe more after."
iFanboy User Reviews
"God I wish Fred Van Lente could write Deadpool constantly. This was one of the more better comics featuring Deadpool to come out in a long time. (I'm not counting Daniel Way's Deadpool because it's constantly great) Van Lente has a perfect voice for the character, in a way he reminds me of Joe Kelly a lot."
"There are three things The Marvel Universe doesn't need right now: another Deadpool series, a book where the villain is Norman Osborne, and another title written by Fred Van Lente. "
"And finally…. Writer, Fred Van Lente, and artist, Dalibar Talijac, stylishly cap Deadpool Team-Up #899 with one last dose of that classic Marvel “team-up” impression... Look out… here comes the great big spoiler… Tequila and Sombreros…. Which is pretty much the only way a team-up of the Merc with a Mouth and the Prince of Power could possibly end. "
The Weekly Crisis
"An enjoyable, done-in-one tale that reminded me of the old Cable & Deadpool series (with Herc replacing Cable). I'm not sure if I'll stick with the ongoing, as Van Lente is only doing this first issue, but I'll be sure to check in on it from time to time whenever the story or creative team appeals to me."