Writer: Cullen Bunn | Artist: Dalibor Talajic | Colorist: Lee Loughridge

The Good:

Blowing one of the worlds most beloved superhero’s brains out within the first few pages sets up a tough precedent to live up to.

Luckily for the readers Deadpool does that and then some, here. Watching the biggest and baddest of Avengers having to conspire and team up just to stand a chance is both exciting and humorous to every diehard Deadpool fan.

Whether he’s chopping heads off or causing explosions, the violence drawn on the page is also top notch.

The Bad

I would have liked a couple of the battles to have gone on a little longer. For such epic showdowns most of them seem to fly by like a second round knockout.

We find out that Black Panther, Tigra, and ron Fist have already met their maker which I think would have been an issue well worth adding to the series so we could have watched that play out.

The Veredict

Deadpool’s on a rampage. He’s out for blood and it looks like any super hero out there who has disrespected him over the years will soon regret it. So far, this series isn’t Deadpool at his funniest, but it’s easily his most badass. I would love to see more of a back and forth in these fights. At the end of the day,

if you can’t kill him, so you can’t win, (and so far no hero has even come close.) Maybe it’s time for one of Marvel’s big, bad super villains to take another crack at it. Judging by the ending, we’ll soon find out if any of them stand a chance.

SCORE: 9.5

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