To start, please please please bare with me here. It’s been a long time since I’ve picked up anything Deadpool. Furthermore, that means I sort of jumped into this story with my only clue of what happened last issue being the couple pages I glimpsed over at the store. Also, this will be shorter than my average review mostly due to that (though that might actually be a good thing).
Pretty much, we get Deadpool trying to hide from the crazy doctor that helped him escape from a London prison. Oddly enough, she finds him and made her own version of his outfit (which isn’t really flattering on her). Deadpool, scared out of mind of this chick because she’s crazy takes her down then runs for it in his brand new escape vehicle. Which happens to be a small three wheeled vehicle barely big enough to fit one man inside and soon ends up taking a ride with the queen herself which the artists manage to never actually show (why, I’m not sure…).
This is an entertaining comic and contains some classic Deadpool moments. After all, who in the Marvel universe besides him can manage to sneak his way into the Queen of England’s carriage and spend almost six pages chatting with her? Its good, possibly better for people who actually read the previous story that went into this, but not one of my favorite Deadpool moments. Mostly, it didn’t seem to have as many off the wall Deadpool moments as I tend to like (aka: not a lot seemed to really happen in this issue).