Fan Reviews: Deadpool & Cable #26
Written by DUANE SWIERCZYNSKI Penciled by LEO FERNANDEZ Cover by DAVE WILKINS Below are reviews submitted by Deadpool Bugle readers at r...
Penciled by LEO FERNANDEZ
Cover by DAVE WILKINS
Below are reviews submitted by Deadpool Bugle readers at reviews.deadpoolbugle.com. Please note, reviews may contain spoilers.
Reviewer: Dan Drone
This takes what made Cable & Deadpool great and basically expands upon the adventures of that arc, which is great since the other Deadpool books haven't really done that, besides bringing back Bob I don't recall any elements of Deadpool & Cable being woven into the characters history. I question the numbering and remain suspicious of why they decided to hold Cable's numbering and not release #25 and #26 as either one-shots or "Deadpool and Cable #51 and 52".
The story was fun, the art was good and the characterization was spot on. I loved seeing the flashbacks in modern art, that was a nice touch.
So when it comes to Deadpool, if you're a fan of his and you see DUANE SWIERCZYNSKI on the cover, you have nothing to worry about because he is awesome at writing this character and should be the top candidate along with Rick Remender for Deadpool's main book if Way ever wants to step down or whatever.
i found this story to be many things it was great and a little weird unfourtunatley i never read #25 but this was a great issue deadpool mourning cable trying to make it so the world never forgets cable it's brilliant i hope we see more like this and i thought it was cool seeing deadpool dressed as cable and the cover was the best part of it totaly one of the coolest covers i've ever seen. now unfortunatly their are some minor things i didn't like for example their were the head voices but he used them good and some fourth wall comments their was quite a bit of them but they were funny and i enjoyed this issue 8 out of 10 amazing.
The only problem I had with this comic was, I was told it was Deadpool meeting up with Hope after Cable's funeral. So I was looking forward to the interaction between the two, and when I read it, I was a little disappointed to find out it wasn't true. However, the story WAS overall pretty good. It had the comedy along with some nice flashbacks to the glory days of Cable & Deadpool. (My favorite comic series of all time.) The art was pretty decent (especially the cover art.), pretty good jokes towards Cable and his love for "Pouches and Guns" ala Liefeld joke, and did I mention Lady Gaga DID show up for Cablefest? So all in all, a good buy and a nice way to show Deadpool's reaction to his buddys death. 8.0