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    Reviews - Uncanny X-Force - #1

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Deadpool - Nawfalq
The first pages of this issue (and therefore volume) are Deadpool-solo scenes. And I think this is a good test for the writer. If you have Deadpool as one of your main characters, and you cannot "write him," forget it - quit. Remender writes, in these first frames, a very good Deadpool. The opening joke is actually worth a chuckle. The cover art is excellent, the interior art is both dark and vicious. So, overall this volume looks to be a hit.




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