People are funny in the way that they don’t really let you know what they think of you unless they need to. Rarely do those situations come up, and when they do, it is often tenuous. As people are often aggrieved through micro aggressions, making whatever situation, uncomfortable. It is through these unspoken exchanges, that people often forget why they even dislike someone.
Most of these tiffs are not anything that would turn into any real conflict. Most are strong contempt towards someone off a perceived difference, one which most likely will never be confirmed. Sometimes they become more, and would lead to misfortune that you did not see coming. In Deadpool: Bad Blood #1, Wade gets some unnecessary beef with a foe who he has no idea how he offended him.
We find Wade as he just finishes a job in New York City, when Thumper comes out of nowhere beats him senseless, as nothing Deadpool could do , can slow the big man down. As Wade is at wit’s end, he seeks out Domino for help, as he tries to retrace why Thumper may be after him. This leads Domino to recall to a mission when they were on X-Force. By issue’s end, we find out this may be even more complicated than Wade believed in the first place, as he starts to regret his past mistakes.
Overall, Deadpool: Bad Blood #1 is a funny and action packed romp that shows Liefeld at his best. The story by the creative team is pure joy. The art by the creative team is masterful. Altogether, this story is why fans have always loved the Merc with a Mouth.
Story: Rob Liefeld Script: Chris Sims, Chad Bowers Art: Rob Liefeld
Ink: Rob Leifeld, Shelby Robertson, Adelso Corona, Marat Mychaels
Color: Romulo Fajardo Jr. Letterer: Joe Sabino
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy
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