Deadpool Max #3

    Deadpool Max » Deadpool Max #3 - An Alternate History of Love in America, Part 23 released by Marvel on February 2011.

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    An Alternate History of Love in America, Part 23 last edited by gravenraven on 05/20/23 03:30PM View full history

    Deadpool is facing off against a Baron Zemo who isn't just a Nazi... he's part of the Ku Klux Klan.



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    Surprisingly good 0

    First and foremost, I absolutely detest issues 1 and 2 of Deadpool Max.  Every page had a gratuitous sex or violent act on it because... well because they could. They didn't add anything to the story or establish character traits. They just were. And I found it to be derivative at best. So I gave Deadpool Max #3 an ultimatum: blow me away or I drop the book.  And let me tell you something, it delivered. This book did a great job of setting up a villain who you loved to hate, and yet he didn't se...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Deadpool Keeps Improving 0

    now ill admit with all the hustle and bustle i haven't had time to read too many comics so i had to the comics i read very carefully. this is one of the few comics i have read this month and i gotta say im happy it was the one i chose. in this issue deadpool fights a bunch of kkk members in a gory battle.  The Good  when i first looked at the comic and saw that once again a lot of the issue was deadpool free i was very skeptical. this is something the first issue did and did not do it well. unli...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    HELL YEAH!!! 0

    I'm so glad this issue is getting good reviews, because I knew right from the start that this series had the chance to be great if given the chance. I liked the first issue even when other people didn't, and the second issue was better in my opinon, but yet it still didn't do well for some reason. Well now I see what David Lapham was doing with those other two issues.....a little thing up.   The first issue was showing what it's like working with a psycho like Deadpool, the secon...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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