Deadpool is one of the few characters who seems to fit perfectly in the world of video games. He's a dude who literally does nothing but kill people and make wisecracks, specializes in both melee and ranged attacks, and even has that nifty short-range teleporter that can be used for dodging attacks or platforming. It's a no-brainer, and I'm kind of surprised that it's taken this long for it to actually happen. That said, even with all that he's got going for him, Deadpool as a character brings a pretty unique challenge to the table when it comes to trying to translate him to a game, and it all comes down to tone.
The first thing you'll likely notice about the new Thunderbolts #1 from writer Daniel Way and artist Steve Dillon is that it is a violent comic. It's also not necessarily the comic you were expecting. It's fair to say that this ver
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In this week's Deadpool #49.1, writer Daniel Way and artist John McCrea brought readers Deadpool: The Musical, a rousing romp through the Merc with a Mouth's history meant to catch new readers up before next month's big 50th issue. Of course, pulling off a musical in a c
Hit-Monkey is about to return. The simian assassin who first debuted on Marvel Digital Unlimited already graduated to his own one-shot print comic, but as fans simply cannot get enough of the murderous Macaque, who's about to come back this July in a three-issue miniseries by Daniel Way and Dalibor Talijic. We've got a sev
Captain America and Logan's history is finally revealed in the five part series "Our War!" Daniel Way and Steve Dillon bring us back to a time when America wasn't "officially" involved in WWII and Captain America was still a young soldier. And it all kicks off in Wolverine Origins #16, featuring covers by fan-favorites Ed Mc