I am sure I am last in line in a queue of everyone else who is talking about Spider-Man, but I would bet a lot of them are talking about Spider-Man from that Civil War trailer (though, to be fair, I have talked about that already as well) but Spider-Man Deadpool is another good source for things regarding two VERY talked about figures in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This book has really solid art, and the Kelly/McGuinness team really know their way around Wade Wilson. I loved that this story found such a solid balance between out and out goofiness and real emotion. Having Spider-Man meet Deadpool’s daughter was a moment that really hit me, and seeing how the uncensored thoughts of a child just spill out, telling Spider-Man how her dad so looks up to him, and seeing how much that embarrasses Deadpool was a really small, but effectively humanizing moment. The characters of Styx (that’s styx with a Y and an X) and Stones are a bit odd, but their powerset really compliments one another well. This issue doesn’t do EVERYTHING I wanted it to, because I still have to use the Google Translate app to only VAGUELY understand what Massacre says (because I don’t speak any Spanish except profanity) and that this issue doesn’t even really set up the big throwdown between Deadpool and Spidey, it just prolongs it. I love the cover for this book, highlighting the Mercs for Money (like Massacre, who ive already mentioned) and I am already beyond ready for the next issue. This book is a lot of fun to read each month, and I cant wait for the next big “Deadpool and…” miniseries to be announced.