Spider-Man/Deadpool


Can Spider-Man/Deadpool #50 Recapture That Rob Liefeld Magic? (Preview)

Can Spider-Man/Deadpool #50 Recapture That Rob Liefeld Magic? (Preview)

Spider-Man/Deadpool #47 introduced the world to Major X, a character that would go on to sell out his first three issues (and counting) from superstar creator Rob Liefeld. The first appearance of Major X may be Spider-Man/Deadpool’s greatest legacy, especially with the series ending with Spider-Man/Deadpool #50. But with that issue hitting stores on Wednesday, […]


Deadpool Has Finally Broken the Fourth Wall for Real in Spider-Man/Deadpool #49 (Spoilers)

Deadpool Has Broken the Fourth Wall for Real in Spider-Man/Deadpool #49 (Spoilers)

The greatest super-mega-crossover event ever is currently taking place in Spider-Man/Deadpool, as well as in a bunch of spin-off series that you can’t seem to find in stores despite being referenced in captions in the main title. And one week before Spider-Man/Deadpool hits is milestone 50th issue, The Infinite House of Civil Yet Secret Crisis […]

Why Deadpool is Smarter Than Reed Richards in Next Week's Spider-Man/Deadpool #49

Why Deadpool is Smarter Than Reed Richards in Next Week’s Spider-Man/Deadpool #49

The book that brought us the first appearance of Major X heads toward its milestone 50th issue next week when Spider-Man/Deadpool #49 hits stores, and we’ve got a preview you’ll definitely want to check out. Not because it scoops Rob Liefeld on his own character, but because of a startling revelation revealed within. A lot […]

A Solution for Age of X-Man Continuity Problems in Spider-Man/Deadpool #47

Marvel Comics has a problem. When you’re publishing 20 X-books in a single month, it’s hard to keep track of all the timelines. Sometimes a character is supposed to be over here, but they’re actually over there. If they’re a Wolverine, they’re everywhere. You know how it goes. In the case of Dani Moonstar, appearing […]

Super-Mega-Crossover Madness is All Too Real in Next Week’s Spider-Man/Deadpool #46

Next week’s Spider-Man/Deadpool #46 kicks off the Infinite House of Civil Yet Secret Crisis War Invasions, a storyline set to lampoon Marvel’s real-life obsession with pumping out super-mega-crossover event after super-mega-crossover event in a desperate attempt to spike sales and squeeze more money out of an ever-dwindling readership without doing anything to actually grow that […]

Deadpool Goes Hard R in Next Week’s Spider-Man/Deadpool #45

Deadpool’s movie franchise, special holiday re-releases aside, made its mark on the superhero landscape by going with an R-Rating. But R-Ratings aren’t something Marvel Comics usually go for, except in rare cases. After all, amongst all the fully grown adults (sorry, Bill Maher) that make up the majority of comics readership, there’s a small chance […]


A Major Status Quo Change for Deadpool in March’s Spider-Man/Deadpool #48?

Marvel is parodying its own tendency to over-rely on super-mega-crossover events in Spider-Man/Deadpool’s Infinite House of Civil Yet Secret Crisis War Invasions storyline, and what could be more important to such super-mega-crossover events than changes that rock the Marvel Universe to its foundations, leaving nothing ever the same again? It looks like Spider-Man/Deadpool plans to […]

Mapping Out a Road Trip for Next Week’s Spider-Man/Deadpool #41

Spider-Man and Deadpool are going on a road trip in next week’s Spider-Man/Deadpool #41, which the book’s own solicit bills as the comic book event of the year. But what roadside attractions will they stop and see along the way? Deadpool has taken the liberty of mapping it out (with crayon), and we’ve stitched together […]


[Updated] 12 Images From Marvel’s Venom Variant Month March 2017

Marvel released four of their Venom variants for their “Venom Variant Month” in March 2017 to CBR, quickly then distributing the images over a few sites and which we’ve collected here.   Well you didn’t see that when I published it yesterday (01:00 today my time!), because (like the total newbie that I am) I didn’t publish […]