• Title: Deadpool & Cable: Omnibus
  • Author: Fabian Nicieza Dan Slott Reilly Brown Mark Brooks Patrick Zircher Lan Medina Ron Lim Staz Johnson
  • ISBN: 9780785192763
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Deadpool Cable Omnibus Wade Wilson is Deadpool the mentally disturbed merc with a mouth and a healing factor that just won t quit Nathan Summers is Cable the messianic mutant from the future who plans to save us all wheth
    Wade Wilson is Deadpool, the mentally disturbed merc with a mouth and a healing factor that just won t quit Nathan Summers is Cable, the messianic mutant from the future who plans to save us all whether we want him to or not And now, this disparate duo has just become Marvel s oddest couple because they re stuck with one another Can two grown men armed to the teethWade Wilson is Deadpool, the mentally disturbed merc with a mouth and a healing factor that just won t quit Nathan Summers is Cable, the messianic mutant from the future who plans to save us all whether we want him to or not And now, this disparate duo has just become Marvel s oddest couple because they re stuck with one another Can two grown men armed to the teeth with high rech weaponry coexist without driving each other crazy It s action, adventure, time travel, dimension hopping, black humor, black ops, Bea Arthur, chimichangas yes, that whole thing started here and lots of gunfire as two of Marvel s fan favorite antiheroes take on each other and everyone else Collecting Cable Deadpool 1 50, Deadpool GLI Summer Fun Spectacular, material from Deadpool 2012 27

    One Reply to “Deadpool & Cable: Omnibus”

    1. It was ok. The best Deadpool so far has been in Remender's X-Force run. This had some decent moments towards the middle/end. But not a lot of depth.

    2. I wanted to read some Deadpool, just to see what all the fuss was about. A friend suggested I start with this series, saying Deadpool is best opposite a strong foil like Cable. Those two characters' interactions and occasionally symbiotic relationship charge the story. It was a comic book, but sometimes I wished the world stopped needing saving so the stories could be more about them than the world needing saving. Having only read Deadpool and Cable in this book, I cannot say if there is another [...]

    3. The odd-couple relationship between Cable and Deadpool never really seems to stop being entertaining here. When I started reading, I was wondering how these two could possibly work together, but I loved reading about the two of them and all of the carzy adventures they ended up on. Having the two of them together seemed to balance things out well between silly and serious and is one of the more semi-recent series that I've actually really enjoyed. It only fell a little short with the last 10 iss [...]

    4. Absofuckinglutely hilarious: these comics were well-written, well-drawn, and smart. If you don't laugh out loud at a panel or two, you might want to see a doctor about upping your medicationor starting one, because something is wrong with you. However, any Deadpool comic is not for the faint of heart, the easily-offended or underage kids.

    5. The best part of this series is Deadpool. Cable is ehhh, and the series vastly improves once he is no longer in it. Overall this really fleshes out Deadpool as a character and makes for an enjoyable romp. I really loved his interactions with Bob and Squirrel Girl best

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