Deadpool: Dracula's Gauntlet

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  • Title: Deadpool: Dracula's Gauntlet
  • Author: Brian Posehn Gerry Duggan Reilly Brown Khary Randolph Scott Koblish Nelson DeCastro
  • ISBN: 9781302901219
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dracula has chosen a bride She s a succubus queen of the undead, and their union will end eons of conflict in the monster world Only one problem He s hired Deadpool to find her The stakes are high, middling and painfully low as wascally Wade goes all Indiana Jones in a bid to dig up Drac s long buried intended battling teleporting assassins, Greek legends and even thDracula has chosen a bride She s a succubus queen of the undead, and their union will end eons of conflict in the monster world Only one problem He s hired Deadpool to find her The stakes are high, middling and painfully low as wascally Wade goes all Indiana Jones in a bid to dig up Drac s long buried intended battling teleporting assassins, Greek legends and even the vampire hunter Blade And when Deadpool finally meets the bride to be, even he gets cold feet about this unholy matrimony COLLECTING DEADPOOL DRACULA S GAUNTLET 1 7

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    One thought on “Deadpool: Dracula's Gauntlet”

    1. It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good Deadpool comic must be in want of a wife.I think I read that somewhere, so it's probably be trueAnother true saying?All Deadpool comics are not created equally.Sadly, some of them suck. But this is NOT one of those sucky comics, my friends!Nope. Dracula's Gauntlet is one of those stupendous DP stories that transcends the average chimichanga joke, surpasses the overplayed fart joke, and exceeds the standard dick joke [...]

    2. Find all of my reviews at: 52bookminimum/In what may be the most epic of all fails of 2016, Jeff and I had planned on reading Don’t Call It A Team Up about eleventeen weeks ago. First his library failed, then some sonofabitchindregofsocietyasshatmothereffer snagged my copy off the hold shelf. Supposedly it’s almost my turn at another library, but in the interim this one queued up. Go read Jeff's review right here and pretend this was a buddy-up too. And to Jeff, here is a photo of adorable D [...]

    3. I think it’ll be extremely difficult to come up with any graphic novel titles to fit into this category.Three and a half starsI remember reading the Wedding of Deadpool and thinking: Where in Deadpool continuity (Ha!) did he end up with a hot succubus vampire bride?Here. Right here.Dracula wants someone to track down his bride. He enlists Deadpool. Hilarity ensues.Deadpool check list.Off color (including sundry penis jokes), self-referential humor – checkGratuitous slice and dice violence [...]

    4. Deadpool is hired by Dracula to bring his undead bride Shiklah back to New Yawk to marry and unite the Monster Kingdom! The only problem? Deadpool! Dracula's Gauntlet is officially my favourite Deadpool book. It’s this meandering odyssey through Europe covered with Marvel goodness and culminating in the kind of madcap chaos only Deadpool can pull off. AND it’s genuinely funny! There are cameos from Blade, Hydra Bob, MODOK, Werewolf by Night, AIM, the Thunderbolts, and the Frightful Four incl [...]

    5. This is one hell of a magical romance.I mean, sure, it's Deadpool, but he's very, very romantic. In fact, if I were Dracula wanting some Merc with a Mouth to pick up my super-monster bride and bring her back across the world, I'd DEFINITELY choose Wade Wilson. It's a no-brainer. I'd even think it's a good idea to think he's given up on the mission and send someone after him, too.DUH.So yeah, of course this is a tale of Cuckholding Dracula and the inevitable no-holds-barred free-for-all between w [...]

    6. Bwahahahahaha!OK, so I was told to watch the movie of Deadpool when it was in theatres and after the success of all other Marvel movies, I did. I instantly fell in love with the foul-mouthed merc (and only later discovered that he had been in one of the awful X-Men: Origins movies, where they sewed his mouth shut)!Anyway, I've seen the movie more than a dozen times in the meantime so I had to read a comic or two with this guy. Since I also love tales with vampires (NOT the sparkly kind), werewol [...]

    7. I read this a week or so ago and didn't write a review because I was planning to write a real review that properly explained how good this is. But life has caught up with me, so you get this instead. Note that I read the Infinite Comics version, which is amazing. I didn't even know "infinite comics" were a thing Marvel does, but they're great and that's how I want all of my comics. If you read digitally and might pick this up, consider the Infinite Comics version. I honestly don't even know if t [...]

    8. Who knew Deadpool and Comixology's Guided View made for a hilarious combination?The best way to maximize your Comixology reading experience is by reading their so-called "Guided View Native" titles, e-books that take advantage of animated transitions in-between panels and pages for an enhanced reading experience.As part of Deadpool month (February, thanks to what has become a mega-successful Deadpool movie), I've been reading a few Deadpool digital trades thanks to a timely Comixology sale. I th [...]

    9. This was a digital motion comic, which works well with the humour in deadpool stories.Don't get me wrong Deadpool is a super cool character and pretty unique. It's the one character that DC can't copy. Correct me if i'm wrong. However, most of his comics are all about humour. The best i've seen him written was in Uncanny X-Force by Remender. He's funny, buy he also has a serious role. There aren't many deadpool stories like that and i think that suits him more. I prefer to take him seriously and [...]

    10. Marvel has really been increasing the frequency with how they release these digital only Infinite Comics. Though in this case, it's more like digital first then print. The first issue of this new Deadpool series came in print, which is available at your comic retailer for free, a week after its digital release.Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn's Deadpool was one of the few comics I used to follow monthly in print before I lost my local comic store and this Infinite Comic series appears to in continu [...]

    11. I don’t believe that there is any other graphic novel in comic book history with more WTF moments than Deadpool Dracula's Gauntlet

    12. This has instantly become one of my favorite Deadpool comics ever.Vampires, adventure, romance, magic, mystery, travel around the world, a lot of characters and great cameos, an interesting and dynamic story and of course a lot of the violence and comedy that's Deadpool's trademark.Shiklah turned out to be a more interesting character than I expected and the dinamic between her and Wade was hilarious and kind of cute at the same time. All the other characters (Dracula, Blade, Minotaur, MODOK, Hy [...]

    13. I've never laughed, giggled or chuckled so much while reading a graphic novel. My first Deadpool! I blame Anne. *ThAnK YoU*

    14. What we have if we mix DeadpoolDracula (in his awful new look that seems stolen by Legacy of Kain awesome videogame series!) BladeBobWerewolf by night, Frankenstein's monster and much more creature feature classic and modern mayhem? Answer: best Deadpool story and one of the funniest and greatest Marvel Comics ever that made me laugh to tears and I have to re-read at last one time every year. 'Nuff said!

    15. Super fun book. The infinite format (ie. designed to be read on a digital device, where one panel replaces the previous, and thus gets to play tricks like movement, changes in facial expression, objects/people entering or leaving the scene suddenly) is coming into its own.I already read much of my Marvel in the Marvel Unlimited reader, using the panel-by-panel view, so I've already experienced what it's like when the artist designs sequential panels with the same camera angle and just makes a fe [...]

    16. It took me a long time to watch Deadpool because I was turned off by the trailer, not knowing anything about the character and finding the constant wise-assery just too much to handle. While the film turned out much better than I expected, this book was pretty much everything I didn't like about the trailer. I'm not a big comic books person, I maybe read two or three graphic novels a year, and I hate-hate-hate the casual misogyny that tends to dominate that medium, and this isn't any exception. [...]

    17. I read this while with friends at a comic book store that also sold beer and let you play board games at tables set up around the place. I didn't buy this, but I bought other stuff to not be a cheap jerk.I LOVE Deadpool and I'm glad he got a chick half as awesome as me. Seriously, she ROCKS and I love her almost as much as Deadpool. Great artwork, great story, great characters and fantastic fight scene at the end. I felt bad for her brothers though. So sad.A must read if you like Deadpool, even [...]

    18. Deadpool: Dracula's Gauntlet has everything you want and expect out of a Deadpool comic. There's the hot chick who can kill you with a single kiss (always have to worry about the hot ones), there's lots of blood (so much blood). Good humor, Deadpool is fighting vampires who wear capes. CAPES! The jokes write themselves, and the dumb but loyal Bob. You gotta love Bob. I give this book an A+By the way if you're a Marvel Unlimited person this comic is amazing on the app

    19. Finally! This is what I want a Deadpool book to be! Jammed full of fresh, well-written jokes (not just recycled in-jokes and references), creatively insane action, and just enough heart and character work to keep all of that other stuff from overpowering the narrative. This is up there among the best Deadpool stories I've ever read, and I applaud Posehn & Duggan for not only accomplishing that feat, but also doing it in the Marvel Infinite Comics format.Also, to be transparent, I opted to re [...]

    20. Un cómic tan divertido como innecesario.¿Hay fans de Deadpool? Yo podría ser uno. En serio, no.Bueno, resumo: Deadpool es contratado por el Conde Drácula, líder del decadente mundo vampírico, para que le traiga a su novia, un súcubo, reina para más señas, a Nueva York (lo mismo no recuerdo bien dónde). Por el camino se encuentra con los típicos problemas, se termina liando con la novia de Drácula (no es un spoiler, te lo ves venir desde el momento en que lo contratan) y, como llega t [...]

    21. 3.75 Stars, not quite reaching 4.The first 3/4th part was very funny and fresh. By the time it reached the last few issues though, the shtick becomes repetitive. There were some hilarious parts in the book like, the Zebra chasing in Greece or the Medusa scenes and so on. Over and all a good book, but could have been soooo great. Lastly, I read this using MARVEL INFINITE COMICS (via Marvel Unlimited), which definitely improved the reading experience for this.Definitely worth checking. After this [...]

    22. I finally found a Deadpool-centered book that I actually liked! After years of developing the theory that, like Wolverine, Deadpool is only interesting when off-setting a team, I had lost interest in reading his solo title. Then I read Sam Quixote's glowing review of this volume and saw the Deadpool movie in a short period of time. For my monthly comics discussion meetup, I suggested doing some trades related to big nerdy flicks that just came out, and remembered the title of this one.I won't bo [...]

    23. God, this was fantastic!! With several laugh out loud moments, Deadpool is at his crazy best in this wild ride around the world! This book introduces several "throw-away" minor characters that are full of fun and add tremendously to the story, my favorites being Bug, Marcus the Werewolf Centaur Symbiote Diabetic, and a cameo from a hilarious Blade. Super highly recommended!

    24. Perfect book for all Deadpool and monster fans. I could barely keep up with all the random insanity going on, but it wasn't all complete absurdity. Deadpool showed a human side, though I have to say that nothing quite beats the minotaur/Deadpool chase. Priceless!

    25. —Un burrito. Solo puede significar una cosa. Deadpool.¡Genial! Muy divertido, lo leés rapidísimo. Amo a Wade.—¿Estos son conejos de peluche? ¡Encontré oro para las abuelitas!

    26. Brilliant. Loved every moment. Shiklah and Wade have a unique but undeniable chemistry, and honestly, the introduction of Marcus had me in fits of laughter.

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