Deadpool Assassin #3: Capsule Review


Title: Deadpool: Assassin #3

Publisher: Marvel Comics

Writer: Cullen Bunn

Artist: Mark Bagley

Inker: John Dell

Colorist: Edgar Delgado & Dono Sanchez Almara

Letterer: VC’s Joe Sabino

Cover: Mark Bagley; John Dell; Val Staples; Iban Coello and Matt Yackey

Review: ★★★★☆

Half way in and half way there…Deadpool Assassin has almost fulfilled it’s contract. Wade gets to party while he is finishing up his work in New Orleans. His problem…several men with large sharp items want to spoil his time. We truly get to see how Deadpool’s healing powers happen to go up against the vampire Blackout. In the process many others lose their limbs. Deadpool also makes friends with some crazy lady with voodoo powers. The issue is set to really bridge Wade’s adventures and give him another path or goal to gain his island. Cullen Bunn and Mark Bagely have continued to keep this consistent and a fantastic read for those who enjoy the Deadpool character. I can’t wait to see where Deadpool kills from here.

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