Another fun Deadpool book, and it has really great art and a decent story. I just am not completely sold on the whole future predicting damaged junk robot who is now miraculously the most sought after thing in the Marvel universe. But once you get past that conceit, this book actually is just fine to read. There was minimal Massacre dialogue, so I didn’t have to translate too much (would a translation editorial bubble be TOO much to ask???) but this book is well written, it looks gorgeous and I really LOVE Declan and Jordie’s covers for this series SO MUCH, so while I don’t have a lot of specifics for why I love this book, I do, and I am really excited for more.
I will say, that I love the DOUBLE reveal at the end of this issue, with two characters I didn’t expect to see appearing in this series, but that I enjoy them both so much, I am glad they are here. One ill spoil (only a little, because he is on the cover of issue three) the other I will not mention save to say that Cullen Bunn has written them before, and it is nice to see them back. The one I am spoiling, in which case **SPOILERS** unless you’ve seen solicits or cover art- Taskmaster. I really hope he sticks around for a few issues, though I had a feeling he is going to move to the back burner in favor of the second as-of-yet-unspoiled secret character revealed at the end of this issue. I still don’t like Foolkiller, but the rest of the team is alright.