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Could you rate these?

PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2016 7:22 am
by Lovingtacos
Hello again!

There are some Deadpool titles I haven't decide to read yet, and I would like to read your opinion.

I haven't read Merc With A Mouth and I'm not following Mercs for Money. Would you recommend them? Not so much as Deadpool fans, but fans of comics and storytelling in general.

The third doubt I have is with the Daniel Way run. I've read Secret Invasion, the arc featuring Bullseye and the following one with the X-Men. As far as I've read, those arcs tend to be the most recommended (if any). I can't say I've enjoyed the ride. Let the character depiction alone, I haven't found it entertaining at all. However, I enjoyed Deadpool in the beginning arc of Thunderbolts and the video game. So... any suggestion for a last try?

I want to understand what made Way's run so popular and long, really.

Re: Could you rate these?

PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2016 6:16 pm
by slayve
Merc With A Mouth is one of my favorite series, it's pretty funny and Dazo's art is amazing. If you're looking for more Deadpool stuff to read Cable & Deadpool is good as well as the '97 and 2012 series.

Way's run isn't that great, you're not missing a whole lot.

Re: Could you rate these?

PostPosted: Thu Dec 01, 2016 8:47 am
by cc008
Don't read all of Dan Way's run. Just read the first 3 arcs, Secret Invasion, Dark Reign, and X Marks the Spot. And then read the DEAD arc. Those are the only ones worth your time.

Mercs for Money has been pretty good. It reintroduces Negasonic Teenage Warhead into the comics and also features Domino. Plus Cullen Bunn is writing, who's pretty familiar with Deadpool these days.

Re: Could you rate these?

PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 6:14 pm
by Lovingtacos
Thank you for your responses (and recommendations)!

Then it's decidedI. 'll definitely give a try to Mercs, Merc With A Mouth and the DEAD arc.

I already read C&D, the '97 series and Posehn/Duggan's. I dare say my favorite of the three is Cable and Deadpool, thought I'm not totally sure... The 2012 series was wonderful and so was '97 one, in many ways.

What about the Killology miniseries? BTW, if any of you didn't read Deadpool v. Gambit, please do it. Maybe it's just my perception, but I found it awesome. I hope we see more of Acker's and Blacker's DP in the future.