Scott Koblish furthers the illusion that this issue is a kid's coloring book by drawing and coloring it as such. The art features bold lines and relatively simple character designs that are actually colored in with a crude crayon effect. The joke kind of wears out its welcome when it comes to the coloring specifically, but you have to admire the creative team's commitment to their farce. An especially nice touch is the interlude section, which packs in all manner of mazes and puzzles for the kiddies. Read Full Review
Unfunny, populist junk. I understand the importance this matter has, but this is a Deadpool comic book so you either give me something really funny, or something really deep in its sarcasm, not a simplistic, boring book. The crayons are good.