Deadpool: Back In Black #2

Deadpool: Back In Black #2

Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Salva Espin Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: October 19, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 3
8.9Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

During 1984's SECRET WARS, Deadpool was introduced to an alien symbiote who went on to become Spider-Man's black costume and, eventually, Venom. Okay, okay, maybe that really happened in DEADPOOL'S SECRET SECRET WARS. Point is, did you know that after Spider-Man rejected the went slinking back to Deadpool on the rebound? And they went on adventures together? You didn't? Well, you will, now, thanks to this series by Cullen Bunn (The DEADPOOL KILLOGY) & Salva Espin (DEADPOOL & THE MERCS FOR MONEY)!
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  • 10
    CourtOfNerds - Kevin Carley Oct 21, 2016

    In short, you dear reader need to buy this series. Not just for the amazing writing and art, not just for the cooky off the wall antics of deadpool, not just for the insane premise of the comic, but because we all need more Katie Powers blowing up space lizards. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Oct 24, 2016

    Cullen Bunn has Deadpool on lock. The guy just knows how to write Wade Wilson. Salve Espin's art is great and the supporting characters are awesome. This book really is a good time. Read Full Review

  • 8.7
    Heroes Direct - Adam Fitch Oct 19, 2016

    This is another great story for Deadpool. He's still himself, but he's seemingly doing things for the sake of being good, instead of the sake of earning money. He's got a new set of skills and shiny new suit, so the things we get to see throughout are sheer mental and purely enjoyable. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    AiPT! - David Brooke Oct 19, 2016

    Funny, kooky, zany…these are a few words I'd use to describe this issue. If you're up for a wacky story you should enjoy the hell out of this. It doesn't progress the plot of Deadpool, but that doesn't seem to be the point. After reading this issue I'm sure some folks will cry foul and say this series doesn't need to exist. The fact is though, it's still entertaining, and that's all that matters. Read Full Review

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