Whatever. It's not like I've cared what Wolverine does in this book for the last year or more. All I really care is that Way has stumbled across a storyline full of laughs and those wacky Garth Ennis-style hijinks he does so well. Deadpool's schemes are amusing, and his off-kilter humor is fully intact, complete with the occasional breaking of the fourth wall. I've said it before, but even the Way-haters have to acknowledge he does this type of story pretty well. And unlike the last two issues, the ending is nicely executed. That's not to say it's any more meaningful in the long run, or that it somehow justifies yet another three-issue arc being stretched out into six. Still, if you've been wading through the last two dozen issues of Origins hoping for a good time, you may have finally hit the jackpot. Read Full Review
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