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COLLECTING: SPIDER-MAN/DEADPOOL 19-22
|Title||:||Spider-Man/Deadpool, Vol. 4: Serious Business|
|Number of Pages||:||112 pages|
January 08, 2018
Since Joe Kelly and Ed McGuinness have moved on, Spider-Man/Deadpool is in that weird little flux period between solid creative teams, so these four issues are split between four creators in two two-issue stories instead. And they're pretty good, to be honest.
The first two issues by Joshua Corin...
December 12, 2017
What could I say about this volume?
Bring back Joe Kelly. That's all. Sorry.
March 22, 2018
3 1/2 Stars.
So did you have any idea that Spider-Man/Deadpool was still running? Because I didn’t! I honestly thought the third volume said it was the last (for now). Apparently that ‘for now’ was a pretty quick span of time, because I got behind in the series faster than I realize. On the brigh...
February 02, 2018
The character dynamics between these two always make for some entertaining stories.
The greatest problem I'm finding with this series is the lack of commitment to any one storyline. There have been a couple long-form plots, intermixed with episodic adventures. And with each volume, the story focus...
February 02, 2018
A thoroughly funny read. I laughed out loud multiple times, especially in the "No Laughing Matter" storyline. The second one, with Murder World, was good, too, but the first one really had me chuckling. There were a lot of creative one-liners and the idea of Spidey and Deadpool trying to give up...
February 27, 2018
Premise of the first two issues was for our dynamic duo to reduce their wise-cracking, because saving lives is a serious business. Meh. The impetus for this change felt rather slapped on and while I could see Deadpool playing along, found it odd that Spidey would take it so to heart.
February 18, 2018
My first Spidey and Deadpool teamup comic. I think my expectations were to high for this one. They were trying to crack jokes throughout the first half, but ended up failing miserably.
I enjoyed the end a little because of the whole murderworld concept. But the plot was simplistic and ended as qu...
January 21, 2018
Doesn't seem to know what to do with itself. There are two stories. The first is set up to be kind of about comedy, I guess. But it just winds up being a plain old story that doesn't do too much.
The second was a Murderworld story, which, let's face it, never works except in Avengers whatever it w...
February 12, 2018
Much improved over the last volume...but it still seems like creators struggle to find situations to put these two in.
I enjoyed Murderworld most of all...Wade was so excited for his backstage pass!
February 26, 2018