Well, as I wished for last month in my review, Deadpool and T-Ray
did face off in this issue. But, since T-Ray's doing something weird
and magical, it's hard to tell what's real or not. So this issue isn't
quite as satisfying as the toe-to-toe slugfest I was hoping for. Anyway...
Good Points: O.K. I think a lot of the good points of this
comic won't be apparent until the end of this story arc (i.e. next
issue) and which means that this issue isn't a very good jump on
Like I said before, T-Ray's here and the battle is on. Which is
great. This serves to show us more of Deadpool's character, albeit
not a nice side. I've never seen Deadpool so ticked off, he single
mindedly rampages thru the majority of this issue with one goal:
KILL T-RAY! This is logical due to the previous issues, the pressures
DP been under and the build up of T-Ray as a legitimate villain.
This comic other strong point is revelations galore. We find out
heaps about the various characters backstories. But, this is sorta
Bad Points: The main "Bad Point" is that throughout
this comic you aren't sure what is "really" happening.
You get the sense that the whole comic takes place in some kind
of controlled environment constructed by T-Ray. Which means that
many of these revelations and events may amount to nothing in the
end. As happens in countless other comic books (ala Mysterio type
thing). I sincerely hope this isn't true and that Joe Kelly doesn't
just discount all that's happened this issue in the next issue.
The art is okay and portrays what is happening pretty well. It
does basically what it's supposed to do and tells the story. But,
it could do better and provoke emotions or something like that.