I'm Your Man Part 2 last edited by Brook78 on 11/09/18 08:45AM View full history

'I'M YOUR MAN,' PART 2 Uh-oh. Sooo…it looks like maybe somebody got talked into doing something for someone who wasn't who they said they were. And now the person who really is that person is kinda mad. Well, really mad, actually. But that's okay because Deadpool is totally gonna fix this. Just like he always does. 
 
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The issue starts with
Steve Rogers, Black Widow, and Moon knight about to attack a warehouse that has a bomb they can use for study. All that is ruined when Deadpool blows up the warehouse with the bomb they were suppose to retrieve. Deadpool was punched in the face by Steve and they head back to headquarters. While Deadpool is talking to himself you see Steve, Widow, and Moon knight talking to Dr. Bong and Dr. Bong explains that they aren't the real Secret Avengers just clones of them and that they need Deadpool. Clone Steve Rogers heads outside and gets sniped by the real Black Widow. Deadpool then goes and finds the real Steve Rogers (but Deadpool believes he's the other) and apolagizes to him. Steve responds with a punch to the face. Deadpool pissed (still not knowing he's the real Steve Rogers) fights Steve and is winning until the real Moon knight comes in and stops Deadpool with his bladed crescents. Dr. Bong scared that the real ones are here, hits the bong on his head and destroys the clones and the headquarters with Deadpool, Steve Rogers, and Moon Knight trapped in it.    
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Review: Deadpool #28 0

Deadpool continues his team-up with the Secret Avengers, but decides to do things "his way" which Steve Rogers doesn't agree with. Also, Doctor Bong is hilarious.  The Good I laughed, I laughed some more, and I felt fulfilled. It's no secret that I find Deadpool annoying. He's Wolverine for this decade, but don't let that get you down: This book is the most entertaining read Marvel has to offer. I almost took pictures of frames I laughed out loud at to show you how funny this book is, but t...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Not Bad, But Not Great 0

So I picked this and the last issue up because someone apparently told me that they mention that Daniel Way might be getting rid of the voices in this issue. I needed to know if that was true or not and figure, what the hell I'll pick it up and if I don't like it I'll rant about the thing and if I do like it then I guess I can finally say that Daniel Way is taking a step in the right direction.  So I didn't like it, but I didn't hate it either. I liked the artwork and I still think Carlo Barberi...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

I'm Your Man... 2 0

I'm still trying to get a feel for Deadpool.  I certainly do like the humor that this title supplies.  It is definitely a different read than most of the titles out there.   This story had a bit more to it than the last issue.  There is actually a story developing here.  I liked that.  We find out that the Secret Avengers that Deadpool thinks he has hooked up with is not actually the Secret Avengers.  They are clones being lead by Doctor Bong.  Who is this guy?  He's about a "serious" of a villa...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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