5 Deadpool Friends & Frenemies We Gotta See in the Sequel
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Scott Snyder, James Tynion and Yanick Paquette prove that "even without the tragedy in his heart, Bruce Wayne is still a great man" in "Batman" #49.
Joe Kelly and Ed McGuinness' "Spider-Man/Deadpool" #2 shows "why these two should have a series together with long-term, patient storytelling."
"There's a lot of great entertainment between the covers" in "Deadpool" #7 by Gerry Duggan, Scott Koblish, Phil Noto, Tim Seeley and more.
Cullen Bunn and Espin Silva's "Deadpool and the Mercs for Money" #1 is a light story that "holds true to the character."
Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino's "Old Man Logan" #1 is "well written, gorgeous... and has a strong hook."
"The Carol Corps will find their hero the same and even better" in Michele Fazekas, Tara Butters and Kris Anka's "Captain Marvel" #1.
"If you grew up with the show, then Kyle Higgins and Hendry Prasetya's 'Mighty Morphin Power Rangers' #0 is worth a pickup."
Joe Kelly and Ed McGuinness' "Spider-Man/Deadpool" #1 is "funny, action-packed and... accessible."
"Geoff Johns finds a way to get in a few more character-focused moments, and Jason Fabok shows off his playful side" in "Justice League" #47.
Kate Leth and Brittney L. Williams deliver a fun, fresh take on an undervalued classic that will appeal to newcomers and fans of "Jessica Jones."
Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul's "Justice League" #46 "is like holding 22 pages of legal fireworks in your hands."
James Tynion IV and Freddie Willaims II's "Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" #1 will "make you laugh while pumping your fist."
Nathan Edmondson and Dalibor Talajic's "Red Wolf" #1 is "a great start for a book about a Native American who has agency over his own story."
"Greg Pak, Frank Cho and Sonia Oback create a new direction for the character, full of fun, hope and action" in "The Totally Awesome Hulk" #1.
Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' "Saga" #31 "delivers a deftly balanced story that has yet to dip below the standards of even 'pretty good.'"
"Though Spider-Man isn't here, the spirit of the character shows all over" in Robbie Thompson and Stacey Lee's "Silk" #1.
Dennis Hopeless and Javier Rodriguez pull "Spider-Woman" #1 "together in a fun, matter-of-fact manner" with "gorgeous art."
Tom Taylor and David Lopez's "All-New Wolverine" #1 "blends the familiar and the fresh with style and keeps fans engaged the entire issue."
"The stories remain as enthralling as ever, even without a single walker to be found," in Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's "The Walking Dead" #148.
Gerry Duggan and Mike Hawthorne's "Deadpool" #1 "is a perfect introduction to the character for new fans and gives returning fans some stuff to chew on."
As Gotham crumbles, Bruce Wayne asks Alfred to make the hardest decision of his life in Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Yanick Paquette's gut-wrenching "Batman" #49.
Deadpool asks Spider-Man for some important advice and gets caught up in a Goblin attack in Joe Kelly and Ed McGuinness' "Spider-Man/Deadpool" #2.
Deadpool takes readers on a whirlwind tour of his life in Gerry Duggan and Scott Koblish's "Deadpool" #7.
Deadpool leads a group of Z-listers on a smash-and-grab operation that may have universal ramifications in Cullen Bunn and Salva Espin's "Deadpool and the Mercs for Money" #1.
An older version of Wolverine wakes up in the present, convinced he can stop his future from happening, in Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino's "Old Man Logan" #1.
Carol Danvers is now in charge of Earth's defense against otherworldly threats in Michele Fazekas, Tara Butters and Kris Anka's "Captain Marvel" #1.
Kyle Higgins and Hendry Prasetya make the world safe from giant monsters in "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" #0.
Joe Kelly and Ed McGuiness reunite as Deadpool tries to hire himself a Spider-Man in "Spider-Man/Deadpool" #1.
The Anti-Monitor begins the final phase of his plan even as the League attempts desperate measures to stop him in Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #47.
If you're a superpowered person in need of a day job, then you should call Kate Leth and Brittney L. Williams' "Patsy Walker AKA Hellcat!".
In Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul's "Justice League" #46, Grail reveals her true plans for Darkseid and the League makes some hard decisions about how to stop the war on Earth.
Cable makes a dramatic entrance as Boston faces total takeover in Gerry Duggan and Ryan Stegman's "Uncanny Avengers" #3.
Faces meet fists and the Foot meets feet in the fun as all hell "Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" #1 by James Tynion IV and Freddy Williams II.
Harley must travel to London to stop an attempt on Wonder Woman's life in Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Connor and John Timms' "Harley's Little Black Book" #1.
A Native American sheriff deals with the prejudiced citizens of Timely and a supernatural threat in the period action drama "Red Wolf" #1 by Nathan Edmondson, Dalibor Talajic and Jeffrey Veregge.
Giant monsters, new heroes, overbearing sisters -- it's all in a day's work for Amadeus Cho in Greg Pak and Frank Cho's "The Totally Awesome Hulk" #1.
Hazel begins to take an active role in her own story in the darkly comic "Saga" #31 by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples.
Cindy Moon draws a web of suspense around herself while trying to unravel the mystery of her family in the fun and engaging "Silk" #1 by Robbie Thompson and Stacey Lee.
Mutants continue to get shoved around in the depressing "Extraordinary X-Men" #2 by Jeff Lemire and Humberto Ramos.
Jessica Drew goes on maternity leave and finds herself in even bigger trouble in "Spider-Woman" #1.