Cable & Deadpool, Volume 8: Deadpool vs. the Marvel Universe

Cable Deadpool Volume Deadpool vs the Marvel Universe Since Deadpool is twice as much trouble as anyone in the Marvel Universe the only logical people who could possibly rescue him and Bob Agent of Hydra from their temporal tantrum are well everyone
  • Title: Cable & Deadpool, Volume 8: Deadpool vs. the Marvel Universe
  • Author: Fabian Nicieza Reilly Brown
  • ISBN: 9780785125242
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cable & Deadpool, Volume 8: Deadpool vs. the Marvel Universe
    Since Deadpool is twice as much trouble as anyone in the Marvel Universe, the only logical people who could possibly rescue him and Bob, Agent of Hydra, from their temporal tantrum are well, everyone Guest appearances include Captain America, the Fantastic Four, Doctor Strange and Twice the guest stars Twice the fun But not twice the price How can you say no CollSince Deadpool is twice as much trouble as anyone in the Marvel Universe, the only logical people who could possibly rescue him and Bob, Agent of Hydra, from their temporal tantrum are well, everyone Guest appearances include Captain America, the Fantastic Four, Doctor Strange and Twice the guest stars Twice the fun But not twice the price How can you say no Collecting Cable Deadpool 43 50
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    About " Fabian Nicieza Reilly Brown "

  • Fabian Nicieza Reilly Brown

    Fabian Nicieza is an American comic book writer and editor who is best known for his work on Marvel titles such as X Men, X Force, New Warriors, Cable and Deadpool, and Thunderbolts, for all of which he helped create numerous characters.

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  • Well, it was very funny, but just okay So Another book that I have owned for a long time but am only reviewing now So this one is kind of a series of mini arcs, each one leading into the other The first being a Deadpool vs Wolverine arc, which was very good, and very funny However the other arcs are bit convoluting, and boring I must say After the Wolverine story, there s a time travel arc, which is confusing and boring, then there is a arc with mysticism, Multiversity, and Dr Strange then there [...]


  • Well, it was very funny, but just okay So Another book that I have owned for a long time but am only reviewing now So this one is kind of a series of mini arcs, each one leading into the other The first being a Deadpool vs Wolverine arc, which was very good, and very funny However the other arcs are bit convoluting, and boring I must say After the Wolverine story, there s a time travel arc, which is confusing and boring, then there is a arc with mysticism, Multiversity, and Dr Strange then there [...]


  • Basically the entire series doesn t have much of a story, which is why I cannot rate them than 2 or 3 stars That being said, Deadpool comics has a weird and wacky sort of fourth wall breaking lunacy that was just plain fun With a bit of over the top narration and a disturbingly dark and brutish personality, Deadpool Cable is notably missing from the entire volume, as he is dead but Deadpool is not worried because he knows the writers are gonna bring him back in upcoming crossovers yeah is a ref [...]


  • I got upset about the Fantastic Four movie while reading this, but you can t blame me Mr Fantastic has grey hair As for being my first Deadpool experience, I will say I liked him.


  • Deadpool and his friendly Hydra agent come across Wolverine, Captain America, the Fantastic Four and a variety of other Marvel heroes in an interesting, but a bit all over the place, time jumping adventure.For the most part, I liked the artwork, but a certain inconsistency in the writing bugged me,



  • The five stars are because of the ending I have had some trouble while reading Deapool I loved Joe Kelly s Run Deadpool 1 33 but since he wrapped things off so nicely, and his predecessor wasn t as good it all felt disconcerting to me To me story lines are lineal, even when they aren t, because book series have the rules nicely set up from the beginning the continuity comes from the author always writing him or herself the stories She might change the rhythm or make changes in her storytelling b [...]


  • For my part, I really liked this one Other reviews were critical of the storyline which admittedly does jump around a bit The other problem was that a couple sections in the middle would have been easier to appreciate if I had some background understanding of other aspects of the Marvel universe, but the volume provides enough background to follow events.Those issues aside, I had so much fun reading this storyline Deadpool is in true form Weasel and Hydra Bob have a consistent and entertaining [...]


  • What do you do when one of your co leads gets taken away by editorial, and you re left with Deadpool without Cable and a title with both their names on the book You get this final run of the book, a series of two shots that reinforce everything about Deadpool s that changed since Cable first gave him a chance You get to see that Deadpool s grown and built himself up from where he was You get to see him recognize the change in himself, and you get what is probably my favorite final page in a comi [...]


  • As the backcover says, this is Deadpool Team Up , as Cable is now rather suddenly gone The resulting comic loses a lot of its depth, but it s made worse by the fact that the little two issue arcs are mostly pointless Some, like the Captain America FF arc are enjoyable, while others like the Dr Strange Brother Voodoo seriously arc are pretty bleh.


  • The first three volumes were crap, so I skipped to the final volume and it was really great While the first three focused solely on Cable as the almighty tele megalomaniac messiah this volume, where Cable is finally dead, focused on the favorite character of the series Deadpool, along with his whacky friends from Agency X.


  • The first Deadpool graphic novel I got my grubby hands onto And I m glad it was The only flaw was that it was so short I loved how it showed the way he takes his guidance from random things in his surroundings And when he made Venom doubt himself Ah, so wonderful.




  • very funny marvel bookryan reynolds will play deadpool in the movie soonhe played him not too well in WOLVERINE






  • I can t help myself This series is totally crazy and I know from the quality standpoint it isn t good, but it s just so much fun to read it.


  • Amazing finish to the series I wish it didn t have to end Just an awesome climax and a fitting ending for a Deadpool series.


  • Team up Wolverine WWII Cap A And Bucky Original and New Fantastic Four Dr.Strange Brother Voodoo Ka Zar Final 50th issue Wifh Mighty Avenger and Thing and Human Torch.



  • A fun, silly read It gets a little ridiculous in the later issues, but Deadpool is still always good for a laugh Skottie Young s cover art is FANTASTIC Overall, good read left me wanting .




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