Cable & Deadpool #7

Writer: Fabian Nicieza Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 15, 2004

    Patrick Zircher turns in another fine looking issue that perfectly captures the sense of continuous chaos that Deadpool brings to a book, as the issue opens with a wonderful opening sequence where the merc with the mouth battles a great unwashed mass of mute ninja monks. The opening clash with the Cat was also a lot of fun, as how can one not smile at the visual where Deadpool has a number of ninja stars bury themselves in his head. The later clash also has a couple solid impact shots, and the merged body plot device whenever the bodyslide is activated remains a wonderfully twisted visual touch. The last page shot of the assembled Six Pack was also a pretty solid bit of work as the new costume designs that several of the characters are sporting are solid updates. It's also nice to get a cover that manages to project a sense of excitement about the story we get inside. Read Full Review

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