Cable & Deadpool #47

Cable & Deadpool #47

$8.00
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by FABIAN NICIEZA Penciled by RON LIM Cover by SKOTTIE YOUNG
Could DEADPOOL's recent actions be responsible for unleashing the Hoary Hosts of Hoggoth on Earth? Can the Crimson Bands of Cytorrak keep DEADPOOL's mouth shut? Will BOB, Agent of Hydra, sprout flame on his head and become the new Dread Dormammu? Shall DR. STRANGE truly suffer through an entire issue dragging our reluctant heroes through mystic realms? The answers are Yes, No, Maybe, Most Likely, but not necessarily in that order. And in a stunning escalation to our simmering sub-plot, CABLE is still dead!

"Here’s a writing tip, kids. If you ever write a story where you want to put a character through a series of irritatingly repetitive tasks, do not write that story. It will be an irritating and repetitive story, even it stars a wisecracking character who can honestly describe themselves as ‘(character’s occupation)-with-a-mouth’, or some other alliterative version of the same. Case in point, this month’s Cable & Deadpool. It’s funny, but boring. Mostly boring, though."

THIS BOOK GETS 5 GRAHAMS OUT OF 10

VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by FABIAN NICIEZA Penciled by RON LIM Cover by SKOTTIE YOUNG
Could DEADPOOL's recent actions be responsible for unleashing the Hoary Hosts of Hoggoth on Earth? Can the Crimson Bands of Cytorrak keep DEADPOOL's mouth shut? Will BOB, Agent of Hydra, sprout flame on his head and become the new Dread Dormammu? Shall DR. STRANGE truly suffer through an entire issue dragging our reluctant heroes through mystic realms? The answers are Yes, No, Maybe, Most Likely, but not necessarily in that order. And in a stunning escalation to our simmering sub-plot, CABLE is still dead!

"Here’s a writing tip, kids. If you ever write a story where you want to put a character through a series of irritatingly repetitive tasks, do not write that story. It will be an irritating and repetitive story, even it stars a wisecracking character who can honestly describe themselves as ‘(character’s occupation)-with-a-mouth’, or some other alliterative version of the same. Case in point, this month’s Cable & Deadpool. It’s funny, but boring. Mostly boring, though."

THIS BOOK GETS 5 GRAHAMS OUT OF 10

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