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Deadpool #3

Comicscore Index
Mixed or average ratings

Based on 6 critic ratings.

You ever had a stomachache so bad, it felt like something was trying to tear its way out of you?

Yeah, Deadpool did too – and it turned out he was right.

Looks painful, feels worse… and it’s not over yet.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
25 pages
Amazon ASIN

6 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 92

    Comic Watch

    Deadpool #3 is a fun trip to the zoo that reminds us that LBGTQ+ characters don’t need to be defined by stereotypes. Coccolo continues to rock this book’s art, delivering an excellent mix of body horror and comedy.
  • 90

    Un Cómic Más

    Hilarious and romantic issue.
  • 85


    Sure your mileage with the referential humor may vary, but I loved it. It’s nice feeling seeing and reading jokes that are for me, a terminally online X-Men gay who is not above laughing at a dick joke. Whether that is a smart approach for Wong to take is up for debate, but in the meantime, I’m here for it!
  • 80

    First Comics News

  • 60

    Deadpool #3 has a few fun character moments and keeps gradually unveiling what Carnage Jr. (Wade Jr.? Jury is till out on that one) is and how it relates to Wade. There's not much else, and the issue is even surprisingly light on action scenes. It's also still unclear just how long Valentine Vuong will be sticking around given Wade's previous experiences with relationships.
  • 40


    It’s certainly weird Deadpool storytelling, including various Harrower mutated creations along with all of the symbiote stuff, but there’s not enough here to keep my interest or any reason to stick around to see how any of this eventually pays off.

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