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This arc begins with a Deadpool in desperate need of money. He takes a “reward”The gig involves tracking down a bankrobber called Sack who has a bottomless bag for all the stolen money.
Deadpool quickly dispatches this crook by pushing him into his own sack.
Deadpool takes a turn. “for hire”The gig is to kill six mobsters that are standing in the way of a cop’s affair with a former FBI agent who has become a stripper.
You got it?
There’s nothing really bad about that concept–it provides for the kind of twisty story that Jimmy Palmiotti is great at, but the whole thing still feels like a funeral…
…given that we’re coming off some truly brilliant Deadpool issues by Priest. The art looks great, but it’s not as good as Priest’s Deadpool issues. Palmiotti, Paul Chadwick pales by comparison to his predecessor. Chadwick is a wonderful artist–but he’s not at his best with Marvel superheroics. (Check out the creator-owned Concrete.)
Original content by earthsmightiestblog.com – “DEADPOOL #46-48 (2000-2001): Cruel Summer”
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