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    Reviews - Deadpool - #12

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Deadpool (1997) #12 - The Drowning Man, Part 1: Things to Do in Iowa When You're Deadpool - JulioVangel
First of all, allow me to introduce myself. My name is J.Vangel and began reading comics like about 10 years ago but didn't read any until now, I'm not a huge comic collector or reader by any means, but I might be helpful to those who are interested in starting to read comics or have read a few of them.
I'm going to be doing alot of reviews to this site since I think is a really cool, organized site.
Now to the review....
To be quite honest I wasn't really sure what Deadpool did or what he was until I visited this page, so I started "googleing" him and his comics and became interested in this issue because it had a really cool cover, hence I bought this issue at comic-con for 15 $$.
"Don't judge a book by its cover", that's why they say. Well that was my first mistake right there.
This issue starts really tedious and boring, and Deadpool's supporting cast in this issue doesn't help me at all to get interested one bit, I hope part 2 is some sort of an unpgrade. This wasn't a bad comic, but it isn't good either regular at best. I'll give it a....
6/10
C-
**/*****



Deadpool (1997) #12 - The Drowning Man, Part 1: Things to Do in Iowa When You're Deadpool - JulioVangel
First of all, allow me to introduce myself. My name is J.Vangel and began reading comics like about 10 years ago but didn't read any until now, I'm not a huge comic collector or reader by any means, but I might be helpful to those who are interested in starting to read comics or have read a few of them.
I'm going to be doing alot of reviews to this site since I think is a really cool, organized site.
Now to the review....
To be quite honest I wasn't really sure what Deadpool did or what he was until I visited this page, so I started "googleing" him and his comics and became interested in this issue because it had a really cool cover, hence I bought this issue at comic-con for 15 $$.
"Don't judge a book by its cover", that's why they say. Well that was my first mistake right there.
This issue starts really tedious and boring, and Deadpool's supporting cast in this issue doesn't help me at all to get interested one bit, I hope part 2 is some sort of an unpgrade. This wasn't a bad comic, but it isn't good either regular at best. I'll give it a....
6/10
C-
**/*****




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