• Howard and Deadpool have finally learned how to control their shared body! • Just in time, too, as they've got an even bigger challenge to face... • ...getting their own bodies back! Parental Advisory
Deadpool the Duck #5 had so much promise attached to it. This book could be an entry into new comics for readers of both Howard the Duck and Deadpool, but instead gives us a book that misses the mark. Crossover mini-series like this can be fun little glimpses to see some favorite characters interact and fulfill some comic lovers fantasies, but this one seems to just serve no other purpose than to sell more comics without adding any substance to either character. Without substance or character growth, it better be whacky and hilarious. This book had a good concept, with poor execution. It comes across as a kid friendly version of the two characters, but even a young comic reader would be a little bored with this book. Read Full Review
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