• The fight to stop the Red Skull spills out of Avengers Mansion and into the streets. • Rogue's gambit works. When the Red Skull gains the upper hand, Deadpool gets help from a few pals. • And it's lights out for one Avenger... Rated T+
While I had a couple of minor problems with this issue, they were very minor. This was another really quick read that sets up even more fun for the coming issues. If you want to have fun reading a comic book, this is the one for you. Read Full Review
This such a fun book. I liked the way Duggan uses Deadpool and Rogue. Great interactions.
Libranda has a lovely style. Anime-ish? but better. I can't explain it but it fits so well and matches Larraz's style.
Deadpool's backup plan is a very clever use of X-Men mythology, and Rogue's (temporary) new look is pretty goddamn amazing. This should go down as a classic Rogue moment, but it will probably go unnoticed with so many X-titles and crossovers flooding the shelves.
Why am I always surprised that I enjoy this book so much? It's one of the most consistently enjoyable books Marvel is making right now, and this Red Skull storyline has been a big hit with me. And Kevin Labranda is a more than capable step-in artist. Really good stuff.