Cable & Deadpool #16

Writer: Fabian Nicieza Artist: Patrick Zircher Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 16, 2005

    Patrick Zircher continues to provide some very solid art for this title. While the inking does give his work a softer appearance, this visual touch sells well the more humorous elements of this issue, such as the series of panels where Deadpool rejects the cure to his mental problems, and how can one not smile at that shot of baby Cable? The issue also offers up some solid big impact visuals from the double page shot that gets the issue off and running, to the amazing establishing shot of the paradise that Cable has created. The art also nicely captures the nightmarish feel of the reality where the techno-organic virus has consumed the planet, as our first look at Cable made for a powerful reveal moment. Siryn's arrival later in the scene was also nicely presented, as was Cannonball's. The cover for this issue was also well done, and it looks like it will link up with next month's cover which is a cover gimmick that I've always been a fan of. Read Full Review

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