A good concept, with poor execution…It comes across as a kid friendly version of the two characters, but even a young comic reader would be a little bored with this book
The possibilities for this character and title are endless, and it is really encouraging to see Marvel rewarding some greatly developed characters
A showcase of what great writing and an invested creative team can do
Ghost Rider #1 barely gets this story off the ground and leaves the readers feeling a little confused and bored
This book is not only expertly written by highly acclaimed women, the book itself is about highly capable women being the hero
This is a must-read series for all fans of Thor, but it is also just a well-written story that is beautifully illustrated
This book has enough complexity to keep the story fresh and the character’s interesting
Readers will definitely come for the Deadpool when they pick up this issue, but they will find themselves staying for the great classic storytelling and fun action pages
By Gerry Duggan, Matteo Lolli, Ruth Redmond, and Joe Sabino. The epic battle between Deadpool versus Sabretooth rages on in Deadpool #11 where Wade Wilson is out for revenge for his parent’s death. Unbeknownst to him, he is the one who actually killed his folks. Sabretooth and Deadpool’s buddy, Scott Adsit, both know the truth, ..
He may be growing up and learning new things about himself, but aren’t we all?