5.0

Deadpool #50

 The implication of a five-star rating is a groundbreaking work, or something that is of the undeniable highest quality. I've read some...
3.5

Deadpool #47

Evil Deadpool. It's a pretty silly concept, particularly since Deadpool started out as villain. My hope going into this major arc was that...
3.0

Deadpool #37

Daniel Way does not write in a straight line. His method of story weaving consistently features nonlinear plots that jump cut to previously...
3.5

Deadpool #33

In this edition of Deadpool, Wade ventures where no wise-crackin’ mercenary has traveled before -- space. Unless you follow Deadpool Corps --...
2.5

Deadpool #32

Deadpool vs. the infamous Macho Gomez… wait who?Over Daniel Way's run on Deadpool he has done a lot of work to legitimize the character as a...
2.5

Deadpool #30

Seemingly after the fact, the Curse of the Mutant finally gets around to our pal Wade Wilson. Let me preface this with a disclaimer--I’m a huge...
3.5

Starr the Slayer #4

The saga of Starr the Slayer, full of sex and violence and some very strong language, wraps up in this issue.There's a fine line between a...
3.0

Starr the Slayer #1

Jason Sacks: Paul Brian McCoy: Jason Sacks: I loved Starr the Slayer. The story in issue #1 is a great combination of an intriguing real-world...