Deadpool Team-Up #895

Writer: Christopher Long Artist: Dalibor Talajic Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 3, 2010 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
7.5Critic Rating
6.5User Rating

“HARD AS ROCK” Off the coast of the Galلpagos Islands, something hideous, something so deliciously amoral has vanquished the tranquility and shattered the peace — DEADPOOL! The legend no one can forget has been missing for years…yes, we’re talking about It! The Living Colossus, the 30-foot-tall stone statue brought to life by wheelchair-bound Robert “Bob” O’Bryan. Enlisted by O’Bryan’s niece, Deadpool takes a dive, plunging down to the ocean floor in search of the stone statue. But something more heinous than Deadpool’s thoughts when he’s watching lingerie football lurks in the ocean depths. And underwater, nobody can more

  • 8.0
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Mar 12, 2010

    I am aware of the hate-face towards Deadpool for his current ubiquity, but frankly, I don't see the problem. Recent issues of both his solo series have been entertaining, and this book is a breezy, irreverent bit of fun every month. When you really look at it, the Marvel Universe is a lot like working for Vince McMahon. When there's money on the line, we go with what we know sells, and thus the oldest superstars get the hardest push. Guys like Ms. Marvel, Iron Fist, Luke Cage and other 70's rejects are just now getting their place in the sun, while 90's-era characters like the 'Pool are nearly invisible at the main-event level. (The only other major player from that era that I can think of might be Cable...) Add to that the fact that this book is actually FUNNY, and I'm not hating the fact that Deadpool is everywhere, much like Savior Faire. I am troubled by the fact that this series is sold with Humberto Ramos covers, and the interiors (by Dalibor Talajic) are a completely different s Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kelvin Green Mar 2, 2010

    But more of the funny next time, please. Perhaps Deadpool can hit The Sentry with a pie or something? Read Full Review

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