Thursday, June 26, 2014

Deadpool Vs Carnage #4(of 4)
Written by Cullen Bunn
Art by Salva Espin & Veroinica Gandini
Review by KorimTV

     It took this week's comics to get me, once more, happy about reviewing comics! One or two long months of reading less than okay comics every week, was turning me into a non-comic book fan. Stories going nowhere, to just dumb issues of beloved heroes doing dumb things, or big events I didn't care about. Comic Nation (for me at least) looked like it was going to be coming to an end. However after reading this weeks comics, I feel like I got my second wind in reviewing something beloved. In front of all the great books this week was DEADPOOL VS CARNAGE #4 OF 4, written by Cullen Bunn and art by Salvador Espin. As you know, or don't know,  I'm a Carnage fan-boy. He is the most evil of all comic book villains and if done right has a lot of greatness once added to a good story. Now add the fan favorite Deadpool in the mix you can get a home run, or a stinky pile of crap. Issue 1 - 3 where great and shocked me as this was being written by one of the men who was responsible for awful Minimal Carnage. The way this story mixed with not only Deadpool's wit as he is trying to stop the killing machine known, but also had Carnage's ideas coming to tangibility. Carnage kills randomly, seriously. Deadpool misses with that randomness and makes Carnage go crazier than normal, second guessing his own actions. This does a lot of what another story line did back in the 90's called Carnage It's A Wonderful Life. Yes, we get Deadpool suited up with a bunch of other symbioses fighting Carnage in a psych ward, and yes it's epic. I won't spoil the ending but I have to say, I didn't see it coming and it fit the story that was told. I loved this issue and this series altogether. I really hope people read this and get as much joy as I did. I give Deadpool Vs Carnage #4(of 4)...


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