And Ramon Rosanas' art definitely has its appeals. What came across as simplistic in issue #1 now seems more stark and foreboding in the vein of the original Night of the Living Dead. The change in setting really helps in that regard. Aside from the general horror movie tone of the visuals, this issue really takes advantage of the sparing use of color. We see that Deadpool isn't the only one to inject elements of color into this post-apocalyptic landscape, and flashbacks to a pre-zombie Marvel Universe suddenly plunge into full color. Sometimes, the absence of color can be as integral to a comic as the color itself. Read Full Review
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEADPOOL is a real blast. Okay, maybe that's not the best word to use considering the darker tone of this issue, but it's a legitimately fantastic experience if you're a fan of either Deadpool or zombie stories. And if you happen to love both, then it's safe to say you'll share my enthusiasm for this limited-series. Bunn is really bringing his A game with this series. Each issue hits us with a completely new atmosphere and he has apparently planted the seeds for a very promising plot point in the finale. Bunn's managed to juggle a story that's funny, gruesome, and surprisingly emotional. Throw in Rosanas' brilliant artwork and you've got a fantastic limited-series. Now it's time to see how Bunn plans to wrap it all up. Read Full Review
This mini-series hasn't let me down yet. This issue picks right up where it left off and even provides you some background information on how the zombie breakout occurred in the first place. Again, the art is really cool and I love the coloring that is used. There is a very interesting twist at the end and I'm definitely looking forward to the final issue.