Mark “Jock” Simpson’s covers for Wolverine:MAX #s 1-10
possibly the best logan/ororo moment so far
Okay so I gotta set the record straight here… I saw some people online saying that the current run of Deadpool wasn’t very good and THEY ARE SO SO VERY MUCH WRONG!
The story arc from which the above photoset was taken, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, written by Gerry Duggan & Brian Posehn, with art from Declan Shalvey, and colors by Jordie Bellaire, may in fact be the very BEST Deadpool story ever. All the creators are on their A game here, and the story ranges from exciting, to hilarious, to heartbreaking, and back with aplomb.
For people who think Deadpool is nothing more than a walking punchline, read this collection and learn how wrong you are. You’re doing yourself a disservice by avoiding this series because of preconceived notions.
Just a reminder of that one time Magneto pulled the Adamantium out of Wolverine’s body.
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HEY! LISTEN! STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING!
I know there are a lot of Deadpool fans out there and then also a lot of you who think he’s dumb and just is fart and chimichanga jokes, but this arc might be one of the best comics that came out last year.
Deadpool, Wolverine, and Captain America team up when they find out a secret branch of Weapon-X located in North Korea has been stealing their body parts to make clones of them to use for evil. This arc digs into the past of the characters and might be the most emotionally heavy-hitting Deadpool comics ever.
Seriously. I can’t recommend this one enough. The writing is so well balanced, and the team of Shalvey and Bellaire really shines.
Who out there loves this story as much as I do?