Deadpool #50 Review

Deadpool #50, Cosmic Comics, Marvel Comics

DEADPOOL #50 (DEAD: Part 1) Review

I’ve just got back from my favorite comic book shop in Las Vegas, Cosmic Comics, with the new Deadpool comic and already I’m hooked on the story and the laughs.

This review contains some minor spoilers, so be warned.

If you are planning on reading this and get your panties in a bunch from spoilers, then just go on to Cosmic Comics and pick up your copy now!

That said, in Deadpool #50: Dead: Part 1 suicide seems to be back in style, boys & girls! Yes, our favorite merc with a mouth wants to intentionally bite the bucket, kick the dust… DICK THE FAN!


Only a bonkers bad-ass would know, but the word on the street is that because he found out Ryan Reynolds would be playing him yet again in the upcoming live action movie after the abysmal failure of a comic book movie that was X-Men Origins: Wolverine, he just couldn’t face living anymore.

It all began when, recently, on a sunny afternoon. Deadpool was fighting his evil clone (a clone that looks like a very attractive Nazi male porn star, I might add). Amidst the deadly battle, a mysterious sniper shoots a syringe dart into the Evil Deadpool; rendering his healing factor void. (Who could engineer such an amazing serum? I’ll give you a clue. He looks a lot like Ron Howard’s mutant B-movie acting brother.)

Deadpool, upon seeing his clone slip into death, falls madly in love with death itself. Thus, proving the cliché, “There’s someone out there for everyone.” After a moment of debate with his split personality, he cons the X-Force (Wolverine, Psylocke, Night Crawler, and a Mexican phantom named Fantomex. Yes, they’re even taking our superhero jobs, now! Can you believe the nerve?) into believing it’s in their best interest to help him find the sniper and the serum; however, Deadpool will need more than just the help of the X-force. He’ll need his pine green friend Bob: Agent of H.Y.D.R.A. What? Don’t tell me you don’t remember Bob after all the homework he gave you the answers to right before class!

Deliciously drawn, ravishingly written, this Deadpool adventure is sure to arouse the most devoted and deranged fans. Jokes about Drew Carrey, skeletons with boobies, Typhoid Mary’s Boobies, and King Pin’s Jew “Pinis” all make for hearty laughs. If you don’t want this comic by now, guess what? You’re either a virgin or own a pair of Twilight underwear. In either case, reading this comic will help you get laid!

So, if you haven’t done so already, be sure to hit up the guys at Cosmic Comics and get your copy now. You won’t be disappointed.

Miguel Orta

Author: Miguel Orta

Writer, Blogger, Artist, Rock Singer (in the car), Jedi Master, and all around Gentleman. From the cool breezy San Francisco Bay Area to now living in the bright lights of Las Vegas. A comic book wunderkind and all around walking talking ball of random trivia.

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