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Review for Cable & DeadPool #39

Title: Cable & DeadPool #39 Writer: Fabian Nicieza Penciler: Ron Lim Publisher Marvel Reviewed by Tony Mourlot Tony Mourlot: SPOILERS for HYDRA Agents named Bob………………………. I really enjoyed the story. As a long time Deadpool fan I was excited to see T-Ray again. The book had some funny moments. Especially DeadPool busting into the wrong farm house and [...]

Title: Cable & DeadPool #39
Writer: Fabian Nicieza
Penciler: Ron Lim
Publisher Marvel
Reviewed by Tony Mourlot

Tony Mourlot: SPOILERS for HYDRA Agents named Bob……………………….

I really enjoyed the story. As a long time Deadpool fan I was excited to see T-Ray again. The book had some funny moments. Especially DeadPool busting into the wrong farm house and the commentaries on the sound effects. I really like the fourth wall stuff. It adds to the humor of the book. I do have to agree with the criticism for a lack of Cable. I’m not a huge Cable fan but he should have more to do with a book that has his name on it. The book has been mostly DeadPool recently, which being my favorite character, I don’t mind that much. I’m glad Fabian has attempted to retcon what Joe Kelly did with T-Ray really being Wade Wilson. Also, I hope Bob the HYDRA agent sticks around. Another great issue of my favorite book.

Not exactly sure who did the art thanks to the mix-up but I think it was Ron Lim. The art was solid. Good looking characters and good action scenes. It was nothing spectacular but it was good and consistent.

Great issue. This book continues to be one of my favorites.

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Posted originally: 2007-04-23 13:04:59
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