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With Civil War tearing the Marvel Universe apart, only one man can sew it back together: Deadpool ? Well, who else would make the perfect mercenary hero-hunter? In an effort to do his part, Deadpool crosses paths with the Great Lakes Avengers, and slices and dices his way to Daredevil, the Man Without Fear Plus: What happens when the Merc with a Mouth faces the Sightless S With Civil War tearing the Marvel Universe apart, only one man can sew it back together: Deadpool ? Well, who else would make the perfect mercenary hero-hunter? In an effort to do his part, Deadpool crosses paths with the Great Lakes Avengers, and slices and dices his way to Daredevil, the Man Without Fear Plus: What happens when the Merc with a Mouth faces the Sightless Scarlet Sentry? And where does Cable stand in all this? Where he always does: pretending he's above the fray. Then why is he having a secret meeting with Captain America? Collecting: Cable/Deadpool 30-36


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With Civil War tearing the Marvel Universe apart, only one man can sew it back together: Deadpool ? Well, who else would make the perfect mercenary hero-hunter? In an effort to do his part, Deadpool crosses paths with the Great Lakes Avengers, and slices and dices his way to Daredevil, the Man Without Fear Plus: What happens when the Merc with a Mouth faces the Sightless S With Civil War tearing the Marvel Universe apart, only one man can sew it back together: Deadpool ? Well, who else would make the perfect mercenary hero-hunter? In an effort to do his part, Deadpool crosses paths with the Great Lakes Avengers, and slices and dices his way to Daredevil, the Man Without Fear Plus: What happens when the Merc with a Mouth faces the Sightless Scarlet Sentry? And where does Cable stand in all this? Where he always does: pretending he's above the fray. Then why is he having a secret meeting with Captain America? Collecting: Cable/Deadpool 30-36

30 review for Cable & Deadpool, Volume 6: Paved With Good Intentions

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sesana

    Oh dear, it's basically a Civil War tie-in. Sigh. I'm on record as hating the Civil War stuff, so I wasn't thrilled to see that this was involved. It was blatantly obvious that Deadpool was only pro-Registration because the editors needed to maintain their artificial 50/50 split and there was no way in hell they could finesse Cable being on the pro side. Don't get me wrong, I buy that Deadpool would take a paycheck to hunt down unregistered heroes, and have fun doing it. And the arguments he spo Oh dear, it's basically a Civil War tie-in. Sigh. I'm on record as hating the Civil War stuff, so I wasn't thrilled to see that this was involved. It was blatantly obvious that Deadpool was only pro-Registration because the editors needed to maintain their artificial 50/50 split and there was no way in hell they could finesse Cable being on the pro side. Don't get me wrong, I buy that Deadpool would take a paycheck to hunt down unregistered heroes, and have fun doing it. And the arguments he spouted in favor of the act do make some sense, on the surface. But I don't for one moment buy Deadpool as actually believing them. Editorial just needed somebody in this book to say them. This is all aside from the fact that the government hiring a seasoned assassin (that would be Deadpool) to literally hunt down anybody who has the unmitigated gall to stop a purse snatcher without having the proper permit in place is the perfect illustration of everything that was wrong with the Registration act in the first place.

  2. 4 out of 5

    pstreads

    Ok, these two are like an adorable old married couple by now.

  3. 4 out of 5

    John

    The first part of this volume is a Civil War tie-in with our two main characters on opposite sides. There are some pretty funny fourth-wall breaking gags here, even though it is mostly just one big fight. The second half of the book, well, just didn't make a lot of sense to me, and just seemed strange. Not one of the better Deadpool books. The first part of this volume is a Civil War tie-in with our two main characters on opposite sides. There are some pretty funny fourth-wall breaking gags here, even though it is mostly just one big fight. The second half of the book, well, just didn't make a lot of sense to me, and just seemed strange. Not one of the better Deadpool books.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    I'm not a big fan of the whole Civil War event, and the Cable and Deadpool section is no exception. I'm not a big fan of the whole Civil War event, and the Cable and Deadpool section is no exception.

  5. 5 out of 5

    C

    Continuing the great X-read of 2017 that has now stretched into 2018... Okay. So I am way behind on reviewing these x-books that I have been reading. So I am going to just kind of ramble about all of them and copy/paste my thoughts. Which will make for a bit of a mess and I am sorry. Quick ramblings: Cable and Deadpool continues to be surprisingly good though a little more scattered in these couple of volumes. X-Men the Blood of Apocalypse was rushed in my opinion... Phoenix Warsong was pretty decen Continuing the great X-read of 2017 that has now stretched into 2018... Okay. So I am way behind on reviewing these x-books that I have been reading. So I am going to just kind of ramble about all of them and copy/paste my thoughts. Which will make for a bit of a mess and I am sorry. Quick ramblings: Cable and Deadpool continues to be surprisingly good though a little more scattered in these couple of volumes. X-Men the Blood of Apocalypse was rushed in my opinion... Phoenix Warsong was pretty decent. Melodramatic but not a bad story. (and when is a Phoenix story not melodramatic?) New X-Men is a good series with some great characters that grow volume by volume. Uncanny First Foursaken was not my cup of tea really. Black Panther: The Bride was probably much better to BP readers. As part of an X-Men run, it can probably be skipped. Wolverine Origins born in blood was not particularly memorable. Astonishing X-Men will possibly get its own review as it is a reread and interesting as such... Civil War was one of the first times in my life that I could say that the movie was better than the book. For the most part, it was really boring to me. The X-Men universe tie-ins were only slightly more interesting to me. X-factor continues to be a delight. Exiles continues to be great. I need to get back to writing reviews of these as I finish them. Reading them in quick succession like this, I begin to forget what happened in individual books (which I suppose equally speaks to the books themselves and my memory...)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Roman Colombo

    Turns out Civil War was exactly what this title needed. The relationship between Cable and Deadpool needed some kind of wrench thrown in it, and man did it wreak havoc on them. I wasn't crazy about the art, but the writing was strong. Turns out Civil War was exactly what this title needed. The relationship between Cable and Deadpool needed some kind of wrench thrown in it, and man did it wreak havoc on them. I wasn't crazy about the art, but the writing was strong.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Judith Groen

    They had a great Civil War tie in! Everything about it just fit. I love it how Nathan continues to care for Wade eventhough it is not always easy. The relationship between those two is really amazing and a great read.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Drizztl

    7.5/10 Pretty good, I liked the way the interactions are happening between Cable and Deadpool and the insight in Deadpool.

  9. 5 out of 5

    G Scott

    Deadpool gets to deal with all the damage he has caused.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Riley Barnitz

    Civil War ruins everything and I hate it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Demetri Kirchberg

    Would have been 5 stars, but DP's front butt was a crime. Would have been 5 stars, but DP's front butt was a crime.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Gayle Francis

    There's something to be said for the fact that the Civil War tie-in that composes the first three issues of this trade shows some depth and actual use of who the characters are in which to base the arguments for or against the registration act. The thing to be said is this: The main Civil War book was the world's loudest divorce, and next to the C&D tie-in, looks like a farce. Cable and Deadpool actually talk about why they're on either side, and the answer isn't as simple as "because the editor There's something to be said for the fact that the Civil War tie-in that composes the first three issues of this trade shows some depth and actual use of who the characters are in which to base the arguments for or against the registration act. The thing to be said is this: The main Civil War book was the world's loudest divorce, and next to the C&D tie-in, looks like a farce. Cable and Deadpool actually talk about why they're on either side, and the answer isn't as simple as "because the editors say so." The next two issues take us back to the regular arc of the book: Cable being half-robot Jesus and saving the world. Where the story was getting thin in the last volume, things of interest and concern actually happen in this volume, so the story feels like it's going somewhere again rather than just spinning its wheels on its one idea. The one complaint I have over the two issues is that Irene Merryweather, Cable's chief of staff, seems to be going from a trusted friend and advisor to a love sick sack, and I really, really hope I'm wrong about that because it's coming out of nowhere and feels tacked on. The final issue is Deadpool-centric, and it's exactly the Deadpool I love: He's ridiculous and wacky and doing something completely off-the-wall, but the whole time there's a feeling that the pay-off to watching his antics will be something important, and I was right. I love me some ridiculous Deadpool, but I love it even more when that ridiculous nature is wrapped in the idea that Deadpool is a person. Overall, a good, strong set of stories, much like the rest of the series to this point.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Silas

    This volume was surprisingly dark for a book that is so often humorous. The first half is more or less directly tied into the Civil War event with Cable helping the anti-registration side discreetly at first and Deadpool signing up for the pro-registration side for the paycheck and respectability. The latter half of the book focuses on the fallout from the inevitable conflict and manipulations that the two characters go through. Deadpool really gets close to rock bottom in this volume, while som This volume was surprisingly dark for a book that is so often humorous. The first half is more or less directly tied into the Civil War event with Cable helping the anti-registration side discreetly at first and Deadpool signing up for the pro-registration side for the paycheck and respectability. The latter half of the book focuses on the fallout from the inevitable conflict and manipulations that the two characters go through. Deadpool really gets close to rock bottom in this volume, while some tensions are clearly building for Cable, despite his coming out of the conflict looking good on a national stage. The final issue is a bit of a departure, with Wade trying to build his mercenary credibility back up only to fail and decide to give super heroics a try again. Overall, this didn't have as many jokes, but was a lot more character-oriented, which I enjoyed.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cai

    Is it just me, or is the brief synopsis for a graphic novel harder to write than for a book? Is it because there’s a very basic story line that is dragged out over several comics? Maybe it’s because when you write a synopsis you give out too many spoilers? I don’t know. But I am open to your thoughts. Paved With Good Intentions is full of twists and turns. It was definitely the most interesting Cable and Deadpool that I have read! Filled with great art and lots of humour (Deadpool is brilliant fo Is it just me, or is the brief synopsis for a graphic novel harder to write than for a book? Is it because there’s a very basic story line that is dragged out over several comics? Maybe it’s because when you write a synopsis you give out too many spoilers? I don’t know. But I am open to your thoughts. Paved With Good Intentions is full of twists and turns. It was definitely the most interesting Cable and Deadpool that I have read! Filled with great art and lots of humour (Deadpool is brilliant for this), I can see why Ross loves this series so much. My only negative feedback is that you really have to read all of it in order to truly understand it. It really isn’t a stand alone. My recommendation: Read it all in order, it makes more sense.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Natlyn

    I started reading Cable & Deadpool for the snark and the unlikely friendship between the two. I never realized I would be reading the anatomy of an unhealthy relationship. I'm hoping that Nicieza will be able to make this relationship a tad healthier while keeping it odd and insane, because I so don't want to give up a fun book because of bad relationship politics. Otherwise, I enjoyed this trade much more than vol. 5, Living Legends. The mix of action, exposition, relationship, and fun was just I started reading Cable & Deadpool for the snark and the unlikely friendship between the two. I never realized I would be reading the anatomy of an unhealthy relationship. I'm hoping that Nicieza will be able to make this relationship a tad healthier while keeping it odd and insane, because I so don't want to give up a fun book because of bad relationship politics. Otherwise, I enjoyed this trade much more than vol. 5, Living Legends. The mix of action, exposition, relationship, and fun was just right. More discussion with spoilers

  16. 4 out of 5

    Salazar

    I must say that reading Cable and Deadpool was refreshing and fun. The writing was top as was the art. What was so unique about this series were the two main characters themselves, namely Deadpool with his abilty to break the fourth wall, leading to some of the most hilarious jokes. The series started off a bit slow but progressed fast enough to earn a place in my top 10 comic book series. The ending itself was very touching somehow. This is the only comic book series that, in my opinion, deserv I must say that reading Cable and Deadpool was refreshing and fun. The writing was top as was the art. What was so unique about this series were the two main characters themselves, namely Deadpool with his abilty to break the fourth wall, leading to some of the most hilarious jokes. The series started off a bit slow but progressed fast enough to earn a place in my top 10 comic book series. The ending itself was very touching somehow. This is the only comic book series that, in my opinion, deserves a 5/5 rating. Kudos, Fabian Nicieza! This review is over the entire series' run.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tommy

    I absolutely LOVE the Civil War tie-in. Deadpool working for the US government as a bumbling fool with a badge is awesome and the appearance of the Great Lake 'Champions' was a great choice. This group of comics ends with a story centered around the Six-Pack and trouble in Rumekistan which is very well done. Absolutely loved this set and looking forward to the next. I absolutely LOVE the Civil War tie-in. Deadpool working for the US government as a bumbling fool with a badge is awesome and the appearance of the Great Lake 'Champions' was a great choice. This group of comics ends with a story centered around the Six-Pack and trouble in Rumekistan which is very well done. Absolutely loved this set and looking forward to the next.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ondra Král

    Vždy perfektní a skvělý Cable už mi leze na nervy (měl bych si nejspíš dát od téhle řady pauzu, pak ale riskuju, že se k ní nevrátím), jinak poměrně fajn příběhy. Nejdřív tu máme tie-in k Civil War, kde se D&C postaví proti sobě, potom příběh, kde se Amíci snaží zdiskreditovat Cabla na Providence i v jeho nové zemi.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Hussain Elius

    Finally, a good volume with proper story. I really like the tie-in stories with Civil War. Kind of a blast from the past. Finally, a good volume with proper story. I really like the tie-in stories with Civil War. Kind of a blast from the past.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tater Wormsbecker

    Definitely not my favorite volume. The civil war tie-in is meh, although I really enjoyed the way Cable and Wade interacted in these issues. I enjoy their "friendship" very much and the post divorce jokes tug at the heartstrings just a bit. Definitely not my favorite volume. The civil war tie-in is meh, although I really enjoyed the way Cable and Wade interacted in these issues. I enjoy their "friendship" very much and the post divorce jokes tug at the heartstrings just a bit.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Katharine (Ventureadlaxre)

    A lot better than volume five :)

  22. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    http://community.livejournal.com/book... http://community.livejournal.com/book...

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey.parks

    Where do I go to buy some Deadpool brand Deadpool red combat boots?

  24. 4 out of 5

    Arturo

    30-32 Civil War 33-34 35 Cable shows Deadpool the people he's killed. 36 Deadpool vs Taskmaster, is a great issue. (but vol7 says it includes 36 so I don't know if it's even included here) 30-32 Civil War 33-34 35 Cable shows Deadpool the people he's killed. 36 Deadpool vs Taskmaster, is a great issue. (but vol7 says it includes 36 so I don't know if it's even included here)

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Individual issues on marvel unlimited

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jp

    Not bad. More of Cable being mutant jesus / Deadpool playing the assmonkey. The art took a noticeable change/downturn.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ingenue

    Best divorce ever. And by best, I mean WAAAAHHHH.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jedhua

    ABSOLUTE RATING: {2.5/5 stars} (Rounded Down) STANDARDIZED RATING: <2/5 stars>

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jhon Henry

  30. 5 out of 5

    Omar Khaled

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