Review for Rob Liefeld’s Deadpool: Bad Blood

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Hello there chicken noodle, cause nothing compares to you. Here is a review on Deadpool: Bad Blood by Rob Liefeld. Now that Deadpool is ever more popular, there is no better of a time for a new graphic novel and by the father of Deadpool himself Rob Liefeld. The book is both written and illustrated by one of the most legendary controversial artists, who happens to also be one of the founding fathers of Image Comics.

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First let’s start with the art. The art is still impressive if you expect anything new from Liefeld, well don’t because the book is from him and illustrated in his style. The panel layout of the book is done in his style. You have tons of close-ups, action, and panel breaking. The book has the style of more of an action film. The art was intense and broke standards of sequential art. I loved every moment of it! After years of viewing Liefeld’s work. This is the book that took me back to my childhood and gave me the familiar feeling of the time I first opened Youngblood.

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Side note: Youngblood (comic) – a high-profile super team sanctioned and overseen by the United States government. Originally published by Image Comics.

If you disliked or hated Rob Liefeld’s art before, this is the book that will change your mind. You can clearly see the work and enjoyment that was placed in this art. Some people may disagree however, I can see the difference in the effort put in this book that hasn’t been seen in quite some time. The coloring in this book is incredibly well done. But I will say that the coloring is off on the first page. The rest of the book is colored almost perfect and adds more to Liefeld’s work.

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On to the story: Bad Blood has appearances from Cable and Domino. See the cover? Yep that’s right all the characters are in the book. The story is fun with the mix of a decent story line. Keep in mind while reading this story that this book is back to the roots of Deadpool. Meaning he is an insane merc for hire. This is more of a flash back story of the character.  If you enjoyed X-Force from the 90s well you’re going to love this version of Deadpool.

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The humor! Everyone wants to know about the humor. Well it is more of a gritty dark type of book, so the humor is dark. So don’t expect the idiotic humor in the recent Deadpool books. So sorry no taco eating or chimichanga loving merc for this graphic novel. However, the humor is still there but more in a dark style.

However, I enjoyed every moment of the book and felt it stands on its own and gives more of an old school feel.

Once again I am Ashley Rose and you can Follow me via Twitter @Aapplero5e, signing out.

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