Deadpool #7

Writer: Daniel Way Artist: Paco Madina, Juan Vlasco, Sandu Florea Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: February 4, 2009 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
6.6Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

HOW LOW CAN YOU GO PART 2 Deadpool and Hydra agent Bob have barely escaped their watery encounter with Tiger Shark. Now on the run and desperate for a way to take the man-fish out, Deadpool hatches a sort-of-kind-of daring plan!

  • 7.9
    IGN - Kevin Fuller Feb 4, 2009

    With "Magnum Opus" starting up next month, it's almost weird to see anything with Deadpool this tied into the overarching Marvel narrative after being relegated to the fringes the past few years. Hopefully the increased exposure and Way's smart handling of the character will keep this title strong for the long run… Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    The Comic Addiction - Corwin C. Crowl Jan 3, 2009

    Once more Way shows that even through his wild hallucinations and wittiness DP is still cunning and pays attention to the fine details. This issue was a quick read and while not terribly lacking it still seemed kind of bland when compared to previous issues. Paco Medina still brings his excellent semi Anime style to the table. However, with a crossover on the horizon I am bit worried about the art styles. The Thunderbolts artist has a more realistic, dark and gritty style which may not mesh well with Medina. Overall Way and Medina have a consistent style and flow that makes this book something to look forward to every month. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Colbert Feb 7, 2009

    Deadpool is Daniel Way's excuse to keep in touch with his inner 14 year old; over the top cartoon violence, cornball humor, and just silly down to its core. It is also one of the few comics where the humor doesn't feel forced and out of place. I wouldn't say everyone will enjoy it; (some folks take their comics a bit too seriously) but "Deadpool" has laughs, action, and a sense of fun - elements that make for great entertainment. Read Full Review

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