Read Foolkiller: Psycho Therapy Online Free - Greg Salinger was just your typical merc for hire - killing those he deemed "foolish" for money. But that life is behind him now. Today, he's a psychiatrist, trying to help others. But now S.H.I.E.L.D. wants him to try to rehabilitate super villains. The catch? If these "patients" don't make enough progress, they're dead! Sounds like a job for Foolkiller! But when he finds himself alone with an arsenal of weapons against an army of skinhead Red Skull sympathizers, he'll be asking questions about his own career choices! Who's the fool now, Salinger?
COLLECTING: FOOLKILLER 1-5
|Title||:||Foolkiller: Psycho Therapy|
|Number of Pages||:||112 pages|
March 26, 2017
Foolkiller by Max Bemis is a weird book. It's a perfectly solid, stylish, fun comic that I just didn't feel at all. It's essentially a Marvel attempt at a Dexter-like character, with a hint of Deadpool added to the mix, because Deadpool is all the rage nowadays. And it's fine. A lot of people wil...
October 03, 2017
You gotta love when you go into a series with NO expectation and come out so happy that you want more to only learn there IS NO MORE!!! UGHHHH! Anyway.
What's Foolkiller about James? Well let me tell you. Greg is just a dude with a dark past trying to do good. He decides to become a psychiatrist...
December 14, 2017
Foolkiller is a ride with more and more meta-wankery with a side of very generic-feeling daddy issues. The point of the series appears to be "villains are people too - but, like, murderous deadly people who can't be trusted". It's a rather mediocre series but no amount of self-aware introspection...
September 29, 2017
The last two issues saved these 5 issues run
April 06, 2017
Essentially, Dexter as a psychiatrist. One of the three Marvel titles I found interesting enough to read last year. It's unfortunate that it is a single arc, for it's probably one of the most interestingly written stories that had potential to go further.
July 15, 2017
I wanted to like this more than I ultimately did. But I didn't dislike it, either? It had some good bits.
September 06, 2017
While it lost it's focus in the end, I really felt like this was an interesting visit into the mind of a comic book vigilante.
December 02, 2017
This was a fun book. I'd have loved to see at least another seven issues from this creative team. I think the concept is a lot of fun and want more, darn it.
March 29, 2017
Holy serendipity. I had no idea my favorite teenage angst lyricist wrote this until I finished it. It's a beautiful thing when you go "This was actually pretty entertaining, who tf wrote it???" and the answer is a groovy nostalgic bump like this.
Bemis is perfect for this character, and vice vers...
March 27, 2017
Definitely better than I'd expected...