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Spider-Man/Deadpool, Vol. 1: Isn't it Bromantic The Webbed Wonder And The Merc With A Mouth Are Teaming Up For Their First Series EVER It S Action, Adventure And Just A Smattering Of B Romance In This Episodic Epic Featuring The WORLD S GREATEST SUPER HERO And The Star Of The WORLD S GREATEST COMICS MAGAZINE Talk About A REAL Dynamic Duo COLLECTING SPIDER MAN DEADPOOL 1 5, 8


10 thoughts on “Spider-Man/Deadpool, Vol. 1: Isn't it Bromantic

  1. says:

    3.5 starsThis was pretty cute, and I thought there were lots of great panels, jokes, etc..So, I m not really sure why I didn t just go crazy for it I almost want to say that it was too long, if that makes any sense Weird, right It s not like some sort of War an Peace sized comic book, but the story sort of dragged for me, and it ended up taking me about 3 days to finish it.Maybe I was in the wrong mood for a Deapool Spidey team up SacrilegeOk The story goes like this Deadpool has been hire 3.5 starsThis was pretty cute, and I thought there were lots of great panels, jokes, etc..So, I m not really sure why I didn t just go crazy for it I almost want to say that it was too long, if that makes any sense Weird, right It s not like some sort of War an Peace sized comic book, but the story sort of dragged for me, and it ended up taking me about 3 days to finish it.Maybe I was in the wrong mood for a Deapool Spidey team up SacrilegeOk The story goes like this Deadpool has been hired to kill Peter Parker by some nefarious unnamed person Of course, now that Deadpool is one of the good guys, he s only agreed to do it because the above mentioned nefarious unnamed person has convinced him that Parker is an evil scientist But to get to Parker, DP has to get past his bodyguard, Spider man And, of course, he s always had a bro crush or maybe just a regular crush on Spidey To make matters worse, after years of fruitless friend requests, Wade finally has the first tentatively positive response from his hero So now he s got to somehow kill Peter without f ing up his new friendship.Naturally, that won t end well There were a ton of funny moments, and the story was surprisingly coherent.Yeah sighI don t know why it took me so long to finish this one, but I m interested in seeing where the story is going so I ll be coming back for the next volume


  2. says:

    MEH I had high hopes for this one since it features two of my favorite Marvel characters, but the story and writing just didn t do it for me I always find Deadpool to be really annoying in comics, but I LOVED the Deadpool movie just depends on how he s written I guess Unless somebody can recommend me a REALLY GOOD Deadpool comic, I think I m going to stop reading them As for Spider Man, it felt like he wasof a side character in this, which was disappointing because he s actually my MEH I had high hopes for this one since it features two of my favorite Marvel characters, but the story and writing just didn t do it for me I always find Deadpool to be really annoying in comics, but I LOVED the Deadpool movie just depends on how he s written I guess Unless somebody can recommend me a REALLY GOOD Deadpool comic, I think I m going to stop reading them As for Spider Man, it felt like he wasof a side character in this, which was disappointing because he s actually my favorite He didn t really have a chance to shine and was constantly overshadowed by Deadpool, which sort of sucked


  3. says:

    Deadpool wants Spider Man to help him assassinate Peter Parker oh Deadpool you silly goose Joe Kelly and Ed McGuinness reunite after nearly 20 years since their first Deadpool comic together in 97 with Spider Man Deadpool Unfortunately it s not nearly as fun as I d hoped The story is a flimsy excuse to get Marvel s two most popular characters together and quipping at one another, which is actually what most of the book is, rather than have them appear in an entertaining, involving narrat Deadpool wants Spider Man to help him assassinate Peter Parker oh Deadpool you silly goose Joe Kelly and Ed McGuinness reunite after nearly 20 years since their first Deadpool comic together in 97 with Spider Man Deadpool Unfortunately it s not nearly as fun as I d hoped The story is a flimsy excuse to get Marvel s two most popular characters together and quipping at one another, which is actually what most of the book is, rather than have them appear in an entertaining, involving narrative The calibre of the material obviously depends on the writer and Joe Kelly proves he just isn t that funny The comic reads like a bad open mic night where two irritating morons are trying to one up the other with who can do the cringiest comedy Both characters are known for their incessant jokes and together they create a constant barrage of the lamest humour against the reader that gets tiring very quickly There s really nothing else to say about this one Deadpool winds Spider Man up hoho, usually it s Spidey doing that to whoever he s teamed up with , they fight villains, bad jokes abound, and that s it I didn t laugh once and was bored almost immediately from the beginning to the end Ed McGuinness art is brilliant but it s little consolation for Joe Kelly s laboriously overwritten and exhausting script Maybe readers who enjoy Big Bang Theory Adam Sandler type comedy will be holding their sides reading this but I found Spider Man Deadpool to be disappointingly torturous


  4. says:

    Vote 4 4,5Just one of the best Spidey s stories I ve read since years, some parts made me laugh to tears and now I really wanna read Kelly s classic Deadpool run shame on me for still not doing that view spoiler Sadly that lame final fight mysterious villain were not much good at all for me And Deadpool killing again Petey without spider sense reflexes working like in the awful Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe volume was just crap hide spoiler br br br br br br Vote 4 4,5Just one of the best Spidey s stories I ve read since years, some parts made me laugh to tears and now I really wanna read Kelly s classic Deadpool run shame on me for still not doing that view spoiler Sadly that lame final fight mysterious villain were not much good at all for me And Deadpool killing again Petey without spider sense reflexes working like in the awful Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe volume was just crap hide spoiler


  5. says:

    Having Marvel s 2 wisecracking characters team up makes complete sense The story here was really flimsy and the constant barrage of terrible jokes wore thin quickly Having Joe Kelly come back and write Deadpool just made me appreciate Gerry Duggan all theHe s a lotcapable of toeing the line between jokes and a coherent story There was still some great moments like the dance scene at the bar, but there were several story problems like Miles Morales up and disappearing mid story o Having Marvel s 2 wisecracking characters team up makes complete sense The story here was really flimsy and the constant barrage of terrible jokes wore thin quickly Having Joe Kelly come back and write Deadpool just made me appreciate Gerry Duggan all theHe s a lotcapable of toeing the line between jokes and a coherent story There was still some great moments like the dance scene at the bar, but there were several story problems like Miles Morales up and disappearing mid story or just using Mysterio as a plot device to sweep story mistakes under the rug.Ed McGuiness s art is always welcome, but I felt his crisp, clean art was often overshadowed by too many coloring effects


  6. says:

    I really enjoyed this I adore the writing style and the art is lovely, as well I love it when writers don t use Deadpool solely as comic relief He has depth and a pretty awful history and it sucks to see writers ignore that That being said, Joe Kelly joins Duggan amongst the group of writers I love for writing Wade in a compelling way He has a wife and daughter now and he s trying to be a better man Kelly not only writes that in a believable way but he took the concept of Wade wanting to be I really enjoyed this I adore the writing style and the art is lovely, as well I love it when writers don t use Deadpool solely as comic relief He has depth and a pretty awful history and it sucks to see writers ignore that That being said, Joe Kelly joins Duggan amongst the group of writers I love for writing Wade in a compelling way He has a wife and daughter now and he s trying to be a better man Kelly not only writes that in a believable way but he took the concept of Wade wanting to befriend Spidey and made that believable, too It s not just used for humor, we really get a feel for why Wade is so determined He thinks Spidey s is pure and naive and he likes that He even wants to protect that part of him as we see in issue 8 Long story short, I adore Wade in this book I like Spidey but I know absolutely nothing about the changes to his history I m not sure when he became rich or when he started a tech company I don t know who this Anna Maria person is either but I like her Peter doesn t get a ton of backstory in this book I really like Spidey, though I feel like you get quite a bit of his personality in this book, especially in issues 3 and 8 I really enjoyed the scene in the club and the scene where they take on Patient Zero I can t wait to see how this series progresses from here 5 stars


  7. says:

    Read as single issues Not sure what issues this is actually going to collect yet 1 5, and 8 are the first six part story, but 1 6 is the standard trade for Marvel, so god knows what they ll do with this one.Joe Kelly Ed McGuinness is a recipe for success, but there s an overabundance of dialogue in some of the issues here that detracts from things, so the flow of the story isn t quite as good as it could be There are some great sequences, anything with Deadpool and Shiklah or Spidey and Read as single issues Not sure what issues this is actually going to collect yet 1 5, and 8 are the first six part story, but 1 6 is the standard trade for Marvel, so god knows what they ll do with this one.Joe Kelly Ed McGuinness is a recipe for success, but there s an overabundance of dialogue in some of the issues here that detracts from things, so the flow of the story isn t quite as good as it could be There are some great sequences, anything with Deadpool and Shiklah or Spidey and Deadpool unchained like the dance sequence, which is genius , are awesome, but there s a lot of transitory stuff that doesn t land quite as well.McGuinness art can t be faulted though he s a big bombastic superhero artist, and it s nice to see him drawing something that isn t Hulks for a change.If this does collect 1 6, then issue 6 is a fill in issue that sees Deadpool and Spidey go to Hollywood and try to make a movie, which goes about as well as you d expect Art by Reilly Brown, who s a Deadpool veteran, and story by one of the Comedy Bang Bang writers which means nothing to me, but there you go , it s a fun little story but nothing to write home about.I think we ll go with the reliable Solid, but not quite as special as it could be response for this one


  8. says:

    While this wasn t the best story I ve ever read or anything, I have to say that it is SO GOOD to have Joe Kelly writing Deadpool again It was Kelly s run on Deadpool that first made me love the character so, for me, Kelly s Deadpool is definitive He also writes a pretty good Spidey, which is nice especially at the moment The Spidey in this book feels so muchlike the Spidey I know and love than the version in his own book.It wasn t all great, mind you issue two s pacing was all over While this wasn t the best story I ve ever read or anything, I have to say that it is SO GOOD to have Joe Kelly writing Deadpool again It was Kelly s run on Deadpool that first made me love the character so, for me, Kelly s Deadpool is definitive He also writes a pretty good Spidey, which is nice especially at the moment The Spidey in this book feels so muchlike the Spidey I know and love than the version in his own book.It wasn t all great, mind you issue two s pacing was all over the shop and Miles Morales just disappeared partway through the issue with no explanation, which was both weird and jarring Still, overall, I m really enjoying this book.Oh, and Ed McGuinness artwork was great, as usual I can t believe I nearly forgot to mention him Sorry, Ed


  9. says:

    Want to see me talk about books Check out my Youtube Channel BexnbookxSpider Man Deadpool, Volume 1 Isn t it Bromantic is by far my favourite Marvel Comic read to date It s entertaining, crude and FAN FREAKING TASTIC Our story follows Spider Man and Deadpool, with two unlikely allies pushed into the one comic Spider Man is trying to save everybody while Deadpool interrupts at every turn convinced he can show Spider Man that he s a good guy However, Deadpool has a job to do, and that is to Want to see me talk about books Check out my Youtube Channel BexnbookxSpider Man Deadpool, Volume 1 Isn t it Bromantic is by far my favourite Marvel Comic read to date It s entertaining, crude and FAN FREAKING TASTIC Our story follows Spider Man and Deadpool, with two unlikely allies pushed into the one comic Spider Man is trying to save everybody while Deadpool interrupts at every turn convinced he can show Spider Man that he s a good guy However, Deadpool has a job to do, and that is to kill Peter Parker.ArtworkI really loved the artwork and illustrations within Spider Man Deadpool It was bright, detailed, and did a great job complementing the dialogue Plot The plot, although all over the place, was funny, entertaining, and didn t take itself too seriously The plot took place in the real world, but jumped around unexpectedly which is where I started getting slightly confused, which is why I had to knock off half a star CharactersMy favourite part of the comic of course was the characters What I love about adding these two characters together is their dynamic, the witty banter was beyond any comic I have ever read, and I loved the fact that even though their characters are so different, they make for such an entertaining read The characters really brought the story up in my eyes, and I was able to look past some of the plot issues because I was so invested in the characters I like Spider Man and Deadpools bromance, and I definitely will be readingof this series IMMEDIATELY OverallSpider Man Deadpool, Volume 1 Isn t it Bromantic was a fantastic comic book read that was a fun, enjoyable ride The characters didn t need any cameos, as they were entertaining enough on their own and I couldn t get enough of it Rating 4.5 5 starsPurchase Spider Man Deadpool, Volume 1 Isn t it Bromantic by Joe Kelly from BookDepository and receive FREE SHIPPING


  10. says:

    This was my first Marvel comic, and I think I need a minute to get really familiar with this storytelling to enjoy itI ll probably read the future volumes of this though.


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