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Deadpool Killustrated Paperback – 25 Jun 2013


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  • Paperback: 96 pages
  • Publisher: MARVEL - US (25 Jun 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785184023
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785184027
  • Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 0.6 x 26 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 40,172 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Deadpool Killustrated, by Cullen Bunn and Matteo Lolli, is the direct continuation of Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe. It follows the same idea of the first volume, albeit in quite an unexpected way. Now, Deadpool has already killed every hero in the Marvel Universe countless times. However, he still isn’t through, and in order to truly be able to end the Marvel Universe and all its heroes he must take down the most famous characters in classical literature so that the very idea of heroes can’t exist. From Tom Sawyer to the Three Musketeers, Deadpool Killustrated covers a lot of iconic characters’ deaths in the same style as Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe.

After reading the first part of this series purchasing Deadpool Killustrated was an immediate thing to do because of having enjoyed so much Deadpool Killogy #1. The story seemed odd to say the least, and I personally would have probably not bought this comic if it wasn’t for having liked Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe I probably wouldn’t have gone ahead with it. It doesn’t seem as original as in the previous volume, and though it is entertaining overall throughout it otherwise seems to fail to be anything more than entertaining. It gives a few laughs, but that is all.

The writing style of the two books is very similar, and is extreme in the same manner. Much like it too, it either seems to work with you or it doesn’t. A shame, as it seems to overall bring the story down rather than up and doesn’t seem to quite manage to get the idea through and make it stick. Sure, Deadpool is killing iconic classical characters and it provides some good laughs and vague interest, but nothing other than that. If the idea after reading the summary seems strange, it still remains so after reading Deadpool Killustrated.
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An excellent idea, very fitting the character of Deadpool, but it doesn't feel long enough. I imagine that if given a longer build up, with maybe Deadpool telling us why he was going after a particular classic and how it would affect the Marvel universe, maybe it would have been more compelling.

While reading this I felt as though most of Deadpool's usual mayhem was missing and that the connection between the Marvel characters and the classics were not well established. There were some obvious connections but it felt as though the writer was pulling some from out of thin air. I think had this just been some sort of one off, with Deadpool just going after the classics because of some insane grudge, the story would have flowed a lot smoother and been much more enjoyable as the writer would have been able to go after a much wider range of characters, instead of just those with a slight link to the Marvel universe.

I did enjoy the idea of a team of classic characters going after Deadpool and the comics connection to the Deadpool Kills The Marvel Universe comic. But I feel that in the end this comic book just wasn't up to that same standard.

A 3 star review is a little bit harsh I admit, but 4 star review would be rather generous.
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... da kam der boese Deadpool und macht sie beide kalt.

Weeell, a lovely idea, perfectly illustrated, what does one actually want more? In the beginning I did not like the idea, but somehow I i got curious and started reading. The result: I was quite impressed. the whole story is very naughty at some points and it would not work with any other character but Wade. It seems more 'realistic' to see him kill all those old literature heroes then anyone else. I also enjoyed the humor and I found myself looking forward to how this whole mess will continue...
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If killing the Marvel Universe wasn't enough, Deadpool is now out to kill all literary figures across history, as well as the idea of heroes themselves. The second part of the Deadpool Killology.
A good read with great art and classic Deadpool humour and violence.
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By Rafael Badell on 11 Nov 2014
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Excelent story and idea. Perfect for the character. I bought this for a friend who loves deadpool and he loved it, he said it was the best comic he has read.
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