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Deadpool by Daniel Way: The Complete Collection - Volume 1 (original: 2013; edição: 2013)

de Steve Dillon (Ilustrador), Paco Medina (Ilustrador), Carlo Barberi (Ilustrador), Bong Dazo (Ilustrador), Daniel Way (Contribuinte)1 mais, Andy Diggle (Contribuinte)

Séries: Deadpool {2008-2012} (1-12), Deadpool (2008 Series 1-12, Thunderbolts 130-131, Wolverine: Origins 21-26)

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Contains episodes of Marvel's Deadpool, Wolverine, and Thunderbolts comics series.
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Título:Deadpool by Daniel Way: The Complete Collection - Volume 1
Autores:Steve Dillon (Ilustrador)
Outros autores:Paco Medina (Ilustrador), Carlo Barberi (Ilustrador), Bong Dazo (Ilustrador), Daniel Way (Contribuinte), Andy Diggle (Contribuinte)
Informação:Marvel (2013), Edition: Illustrated, 472 pages
Coleções:Graphic Novels, Sua biblioteca
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The Internet loves Deadpool. And I love the Internet (platonically, of course). So if, as Shakespeare wrote in his most famous Sonnet,Oh! Mysterious Love, thou art a binary relation
Both transitive and full of sweet elation,
then surely I should love Deadpool.

Turns out that Shakespeare was full of it. Or possibly I misremembered the quote. But probably that first one.

Deadpool's a fairly new comic book hero as far as these things go, first appearing in the early 90s. Superpowers aside, he's well known for keeping up a constant patter of conversation with himself, his subconscious, and the comic's artist and author. Indeed, his greatest power is his ability to break the fourth wall. His chatty nature has earned him the nickname “the merc with the mouth”. Given that nickname you can probably understand why fans were underwhelmed by the character's first live action film appearance.

Like with pretty much everything, quite where to begin if you want to start reading about the zany exploits of Deadpool is a point of contention amongst internetters. I began here because, you know, Complete Collection Volume 1. But depending on where you look, starting with Daniel Way's run as Deadpool writer will provoke either orgasmic cries of “Zomg! Those ones are the best! I literally died when I read them they were so awesome!” or a furious “Wth, dude? Don't start with them; they're literally the worst things in the history of all creation ever!

The truth, I suspect, lies somewhere in the middle. The art and stories in the collection are solid. The writing is always amusing when it's supposed to be, even if it's not usually laugh-out-loud funny. The serious bits are serious, the thought-provoking bits provoked thoughts. There's not much not to like here, it just didn't make me… ( )
  imlee | Jul 7, 2020 |
The Internet loves Deadpool. And I love the Internet (platonically, of course). So if, as Shakespeare wrote in his most famous Sonnet,Oh! Mysterious Love, thou art a binary relation
Both transitive and full of sweet elation,
then surely I should love Deadpool.

Turns out that Shakespeare was full of it. Or possibly I misremembered the quote. But probably that first one.

Deadpool's a fairly new comic book hero as far as these things go, first appearing in the early 90s. Superpowers aside, he's well known for keeping up a constant patter of conversation with himself, his subconscious, and the comic's artist and author. Indeed, his greatest power is his ability to break the fourth wall. His chatty nature has earned him the nickname “the merc with the mouth”. Given that nickname you can probably understand why fans were underwhelmed by the character's first live action film appearance.

Like with pretty much everything, quite where to begin if you want to start reading about the zany exploits of Deadpool is a point of contention amongst internetters. I began here because, you know, Complete Collection Volume 1. But depending on where you look, starting with Daniel Way's run as Deadpool writer will provoke either orgasmic cries of “Zomg! Those ones are the best! I literally died when I read them they were so awesome!” or a furious “Wth, dude? Don't start with them; they're literally the worst things in the history of all creation ever!

The truth, I suspect, lies somewhere in the middle. The art and stories in the collection are solid. The writing is always amusing when it's supposed to be, even if it's not usually laugh-out-loud funny. The serious bits are serious, the thought-provoking bits provoked thoughts. There's not much not to like here, it just didn't make me… ( )
  leezeebee | Jul 6, 2020 |
The first section of the book, where Deadpool is fighting Wolverine, is hysterically funny and thoroughly excellent. The rest of the book (detailing Deadpool's involvement in the Skrull Secret Invasion and the subsequent beef he gets with Norman Osbourne) is also quite good, but never quite reaches the same level of non-stop hilarity and/or awesomeness. ( )
  Lucky-Loki | Jul 11, 2017 |
Besides the movie this was my first foray into the world of Deadpool and I was not disappointed. Some of the scenes in this collection were even part of the movie! While this collection was a little on the gory/violent side it wasn't too bad, I was expecting more language and sex jokes, but it wasn't too over the top. I wouldn't feel bad recommending this first volume to teenagers. This collection has Wolverine, Black Widow, Ant-Man and others in the Marvel universe so there is a little something for everyone. Deadpool is irreverent, sarcastic, belligerent, and hilarious. A great introduction and I look forward to reading more! ( )
  ecataldi | Apr 4, 2016 |
Probably one of the best runs on Deadpool ever. Daniel Way characterizes the zany, schizophrenic attitude of everyone's favorite foul-mouthed mercenary extremely well. I'm so glad they have started putting out these complete collections. ( )
  MarcusH | Aug 3, 2014 |
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