Deadpool #4 goes a long way in proving that the series is under control and in capable hands. The writing, artwork, and storyline all come together to form one of the most entertaining packages that Marvel offers. Read Full Review
Much like its star, the Deadpool series is a simple beast. It blows things up and gets you to laugh a few times along the way. I suppose it could be funnier, or more complicated, but the point is that it's entertaining. Deadpool fans will definitely have some fun here. Read Full Review
The majority of the issue is drawn by Carlo Barberi whose style is very similar to that of Paco Medina who closes out the issue. While I prefer Medina, Barberi draws Deadpool’s facial expressions through his mask with much better detail. His use of lines in the final four panels of page 7 gives us a clear view of Deadpool’s expressions through the blackness of his mask. I am not particularly thrilled his portrayal of Deadpool’s face once the mask comes off but other than that Barberi makes an excellent fill in artist for the series. Read Full Review
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