Cable & Deadpool #14

Writer: Fabian Nicieza Artist: Patrick Zircher Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 28, 2005

    I have to mention this issue's cover, as while the signature would seem to suggest that it's Mark Brooks, the interior credits state it's Patrick Zircher. Based of the art itself, I think it's the former, but the style of the two artists is close enough that it's not all that important. I will say that it's a lovely cover shot that nicely sells one of the issue's more exciting moments, even if the image does overstate the conflict between the two. The interior art conveys well the non-stop action, as the book opens with a a fugitive Deadpool racing through the futuristic cityscape, and the big brawl that erupts late in the issue between Deadpool and Prester John was extremely well done. The visual gags are also well served by the art, with the panel where Deadpool reacts to the Prester John's opening comments, being one of the issue's highlights. I also smiled at the panel where Cable shows up with one of his ridiculously enlarged guns. Read Full Review

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