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Deadpool - Volume 2: Soul Hunter (Marvel Now) [Paperback]

Gerry Duggan , Brian Posehn
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  • Paperback: 136 pages
  • Publisher: MARVEL - US (3 Sep 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785166815
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785166818
  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 0.6 x 25.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,674 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Deadpool: Soul Hunter (Marvel Now) Volume 2 First: flash back to Deadpool's adventures in yesteryear with Iron Man! Then, Deadpool is hired by a demon to reclaim damned souls! And just in case you didn't think he could get any stranger, Wade gets in touch with his feminine side! Plus: Deadpool targets a man with aquatic powers! Then he teams-up with your Superior Neighborhood Spider-Man! And we promise you that he kills one of those two! Ge... Full description

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By No More Mr. Mice Guy TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:Paperback
The story running through issues #7-12 of Marvel Now’s new Deadpool series is collected as Deadpool - Volume 2: Soul Hunter (Marvel Now). This is only my second Deadpool solo collection, the other being his Secret Invasion volume – though I have bumped into him in the new Thunderbolts series and the last X-Force series – despite reading Marvel comics since the early ‘Sixties, I have managed to mostly avoid him. However, this is an entertaining story, despite being a continuation from the previous volume, with a number of new supporting characters and a few desperate situations in need of resolution. Issue #7 is a flashback of sorts, to the 1980s, when Deadpool is recruited by a demon to get Iron Man drunk (again). This includes fake 1980s artwork and even a Deadpooled advert from the period. The reason for this appears to be the demon, whom Deadpool manages to outwit over the small-print in the contract, as this will affect the plot in the present story, who now wants Deadpool to collect the souls of half-a-dozen people who under contract, including Mike the Magician, who is now part of Deadpool’s entourage, along with the ghost of Ben Franklin, and is the best chance for getting the currently dead Agent Preston out of Deadpool’s brain, where her mind has taken refuge. Anyway, there is lots of killing, maiming, humour and entertainment, as the crew have to outwit the demon while not losing anyone to Hell or death. Yeah, well, best laid plans etc.

This really was an entertaining story, with some excellent artwork and humour, both verbal and visual. Despite starting in the middle of a story, it was easy to work out what was going on, and who did what, and I shall be definitely following this series in my local library.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Ordinary, nothing new here 21 July 2014
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Selling one’s own soul to the devil rarely has, if ever, a favourable outcome. This is how I would summarise Volume 2 (Soul Hunter) of Marvel Now’s Deadpool. This volume runs through issues #7-12, and it effectively involves a sort-of continuation from the previous volume using some of the then-introduced characters.

Vetis, a demon, has been spreading his powers among a select few individuals. As time comes for him to call in his loans he hires Deadpool to take care of it and bring their demise. Whilst hunting them down, Deadpool encounters several adversaries and has a (short) encounter with Daredevil, Taskmaster, Spider-Man, Mephisto, and Luke Cage. It also further includes a short ‘1979’ adventure with Iron Man, even if at the time Deadpool hadn’t been created, tying completely with the plot. This is all I can say without giving away any actual details, though the plot flows nicely, and is fun and entertaining enough. The cameos are probably one of the parts that I enjoyed the most about this book – probably because I am a huge fan of Taskmaster and Daredevil – and the interactions all characters had with Deadpool anything but boring.

The art, though from a different artist than in Volume #1 of this series, I found that I liked more than the first one. It is bright and reflects the craziness of Deadpool clearly, and seems to fit well with the plot. Though I am tempted to compare it to other Comic Volumes I have reviewed in the past, if so I don’t think I’d be able to hold up to the likes of the Deadpool Killogy, previous Deadpool titles/runs, or other Marvel Now! and New 52 Title; story-wise too, in this way. It, however, isn't bad at all of a comic. It's too ordinary in this way to be able to compare.
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By No More Mr. Mice Guy TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:Paperback
The story running through issues #7-12 of Marvel Now's new Deadpool series is collected as Deadpool - Volume 2: Soul Hunter (Marvel Now). This is only my second Deadpool solo collection, the other being his Secret Invasion volume - though I have bumped into him in the new Thunderbolts series and the last X-Force series - despite reading Marvel comics since the early `Sixties, I have managed to mostly avoid him. However, this is an entertaining story, despite being a continuation from the previous, with a number of new support characters and a few desperate situations in need of resolution. Issue #7 is a flashback of sorts, to the 1980s, when Deadpool is recruited by a demon to get Iron Man drunk (again). This includes fake 1980s artwork and even a Deadpooled advert from the period. The reason for this appears to be the demon, whom Deadpool manages to outwit over the small-print in the contract, as this will affect the plot in the present story, who now wants Deadpool to collect the souls of half-a-dozen people who under contract, including Mike the Magician, who is now part of Deadpool's entourage, along with the ghost of Ben Franklin, and is the best chance for getting the currently dead Agent Preston out of Deadpool's brain, where her mind has taken refuge. Anyway, there is lots of killing, maiming, humour and entertainment, as the crew have to outwit the demon while not losing anyone to Hell or death. Yeah, well, best laid plans etc.

This really was an entertaining story, with some excellent artwork and humour, both verbal and visual. Despite starting in the middle of a story, it was easy to work out what was going on, and who did what, and I shall be definitely following this series in my local library.
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