So Deadpool’s in a hobo outfit and has a flashback. This blonde lady is trying to kiss him and he rejects her. In the present, she’s back in a trench coat. She takes off the trench coat and is in a Deadpool outfit. She has not been working out. She shoots at Pool, but he gets the drop on her and knocks her out.
She wakes up and licks the can he was eating from. Squicky.
Deadpool is back in his outfit and steals a minicar. He’s stuck in traffic when a bunch of agents drop in out of a helicopter thing. He stops them, then at some point puts on their clothes. It appears he is also makes his way inside the Queen of England’s carriage and steals her clothes. This is all pretty strange.
What’s on the cover?
The blonde lady from the inside is holding a signed photo of DP and a plushy doll and there’s hearts all around.
How’s the pictures?
The art is solid and dynamic. The absurdity of the comic is accentuated by both the outlandish facial expressions and the normality of everything else. I didn’t even know a full face mask could have that many expressions.
What really happened?
Strangely enough, pretty much what I said above. A lady is vieying for our man in red’s affections and the English government is after him. He knocks the lady out and prodeeds to steal the Queen of England’s robe and crown. It’s a wild book that does not take itself serious.
Did I like it?
I am a fan of books that both break the 4th wall and pull off gonzo storylines in clever and interesting ways. The Deadpool books always have at least some aspect of this and are always a fun read if you can get through the miles of jokes that new readers will not get or old readers will groan at for hearing the 500th time.