Deadpool Max #1

Deadpool Max #1

Writer: David Lapham Artist: Kyle Baker Publisher: Marvel Max Release Date: October 6, 2010 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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HEADS UP When the world has a problem that's bigger than any government, special ops team, or C.I.A. smart bomb can solve, they call in the one man crazy enough to solve it: Deadpool. Possibly unkillable mercenary, definite weapons expert and swordsman, hopeless romantic, nutjob. It's that last part that presents a small problem and thats where Agent Bob steps in. Bobs sole charge in life is to point Deadpool at the problem and pull the trigger -- not any easy task when your agent is a dime short of a dollar and three cards shy of a full deck, and even harder when you've gone deep cover in the impenetrable fortress of Hammerhead, the Grand Don of the most powerful criminal organization in the world, and your unkillable super agent is head over heels for a busty French maid baker named Inga...well, you begin to see the inherent problems of the job. But no one can take it like Bob, no one can dish it like Deadpool, and no one can show you every last detail if it like MAX! You may think y

  • 9.0
    Major Spoilers - Mike McLarty Oct 11, 2010

    Any comic that has one of our protagonists nearly killed over crumpets gets my vote of confidence. Deadpool Max #1 earns an anything but respectable 4.5 out of 5 stars. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Vine - Zack Freeman Oct 6, 2010

    I'm honestly shocked that it's taken this long for DP to finally get a mature reader's title. You figure that a foul-mouthed assassin named after the most morbid party game ever conceived would've entered the "adult's only" arena many years ago. While this isn't quite as much of a mind job as Elektra: Assassin, yet, it reminds me of what I liked about Punisher Max - - that is, this is a chance to see these characters as they would be in a closer semblance of reality, not as they have been depicted traditionally. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Chad Nevett Oct 7, 2010

    Some may wonder if so many Deadpool comics are necessary, but, after one issue, "DeadpoolMAX" certainly proves that it offers a different sort of Deadpool comic. It plays up the absurd adult humor well and keeps the eponymous lead off panel for most of the comic to make his presence more impactful. It's one of the strangest and most screwed up comics of the year and I'll definitely be back next month! Read Full Review

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