Comic Review: Deadpool Merc With A Mouth Head Trip
A Deadpool comic that is filled with A.I.M., Hydra, multiple Deadpools and alternate dimensions–what could go wrong? This fun series from Marvel is written by Victor Gischler (The Shadow, X-Men) and illustrated by Bong Dazo (Avengers: The Initiative, War Of Kings).
Deadpool is once again out on a job when he crash lands into the Savage Lands. His mission is to retrieve a biological weapon for the scientists at A.I.M. before Hydra can get their hands on it. About to venture out, he finds a statue of himself and is praised as a God. It’s not until his A.I.M. contact arrives that he finds out that the statue wasn’t made for him. It was made for the decapitated head of Zombie Deadpool. Coincidentally that is the item he was sent to retrieve.
Another great Deadpool series that is full of the usual Deadpooly goodness. There are the vocies in his head, the interactions between Marvel characters and of course the beautiful women who never show him any love. Merc with a mouth is especially good thanks to the multiple versions of himself. If you enjoyed this be sure to check out the series that follows it, Deadpool Corps.