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Wade Wilson and Nathan Summers - Marvel's mightiest mutant mercs - are back, and this time they're stuck with each other! Can two grown men armed to the teeth with deadly genetic weaponry live together without driving each other crazy?! Action, adventure, black humor, black-ops, face-changing viruses, gratuitous France-bashing, and lots of gunfire mark the return of two of Wade Wilson and Nathan Summers - Marvel's mightiest mutant mercs - are back, and this time they're stuck with each other! Can two grown men armed to the teeth with deadly genetic weaponry live together without driving each other crazy?! Action, adventure, black humor, black-ops, face-changing viruses, gratuitous France-bashing, and lots of gunfire mark the return of two of Marvel's fan-favorite anti-heroes! Collects Cable & Deadpool #1-18.


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Wade Wilson and Nathan Summers - Marvel's mightiest mutant mercs - are back, and this time they're stuck with each other! Can two grown men armed to the teeth with deadly genetic weaponry live together without driving each other crazy?! Action, adventure, black humor, black-ops, face-changing viruses, gratuitous France-bashing, and lots of gunfire mark the return of two of Wade Wilson and Nathan Summers - Marvel's mightiest mutant mercs - are back, and this time they're stuck with each other! Can two grown men armed to the teeth with deadly genetic weaponry live together without driving each other crazy?! Action, adventure, black humor, black-ops, face-changing viruses, gratuitous France-bashing, and lots of gunfire mark the return of two of Marvel's fan-favorite anti-heroes! Collects Cable & Deadpool #1-18.

30 review for Deadpool & Cable: Ultimate Collection, Book 1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Baba

    Plotting = OK. Cable = yawn. Deadpool's dialogue = splendid. A quirk of fate means that these two character's lives are entwined. I read Cable & Deadpool # 1 - 21. 6 out of 12 Plotting = OK. Cable = yawn. Deadpool's dialogue = splendid. A quirk of fate means that these two character's lives are entwined. I read Cable & Deadpool # 1 - 21. 6 out of 12

  2. 4 out of 5

    RG

    Ive only come across a couple of Deadpool stories which I like. The art here was very good but the story a little meh

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    Cable and Deadpool is, on the surface, an almost entirely nonsensical idea for a teamup book. Luckily, Nicieza seems to have understood that. Most of this large (18 issues) collection is dedicated to sorting out why they're Cable and Deadpool are together in the first place. There are issues, of course. Cable's power level seems to be really overreaching to me, for one. Also, this isn't quite the Deadpool I'm used to. It may be because we aren't so much in his head from a narration standpoint, b Cable and Deadpool is, on the surface, an almost entirely nonsensical idea for a teamup book. Luckily, Nicieza seems to have understood that. Most of this large (18 issues) collection is dedicated to sorting out why they're Cable and Deadpool are together in the first place. There are issues, of course. Cable's power level seems to be really overreaching to me, for one. Also, this isn't quite the Deadpool I'm used to. It may be because we aren't so much in his head from a narration standpoint, but I also think that he's missing some of his usual zest. But the recap pages, when they start showing up, are great, and there are some truly priceless scenes (Sinister's entire appearance is gold). This particular trade also reprints the letter columns, which is of highly variable interest.

  4. 4 out of 5

    shayla

    art is great plus dp’s dialogue is always something to behold. also enjoyed his interactions with cable a lot

  5. 4 out of 5

    David

    Kind of uneven. Lots of pretty crazy stories. Often read like I was missing parts - were there linked episodes in X-Force or Cable or some other title? Did get the feeling that the rest of the series would improve so I'll continue reading the collections. But for the most part this collection was not all that great. Kind of uneven. Lots of pretty crazy stories. Often read like I was missing parts - were there linked episodes in X-Force or Cable or some other title? Did get the feeling that the rest of the series would improve so I'll continue reading the collections. But for the most part this collection was not all that great.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    The initial “blue men” arc proves that Nicieza is a lot more adept at writing Deadpool than the hacks of the ‘90s. He’s actually funny and that combines well with Cable. Cable’s movement toward saving the world at any costs is also an interesting direction for the series [7/10]. The 4-parter that follows is if anything stronger because of its willingness to go so big picture with Cable. It also really shows off his character well [8/10]. “Thirty Pieces” neatly advances the plot to its next place The initial “blue men” arc proves that Nicieza is a lot more adept at writing Deadpool than the hacks of the ‘90s. He’s actually funny and that combines well with Cable. Cable’s movement toward saving the world at any costs is also an interesting direction for the series [7/10]. The 4-parter that follows is if anything stronger because of its willingness to go so big picture with Cable. It also really shows off his character well [8/10]. “Thirty Pieces” neatly advances the plot to its next place and has some humor, but it’s a pretty minor story [6.5/10]. “A Murder in Paradise” is great for its murder mystery, for its humor, and for its insight into Deadpool’s character [9/10]. Sadly the last four issues don’t hold up. They’ve got some nice plot movement, but the parallel worlds thing has been done so many time, and I’m not even sure what to make of the whole Baby Nate thing [6/10]. Overall, this was a good volume that occasional verges on greatness.

  7. 5 out of 5

    zxvasdf

    IT has one of the coolest openings in a comic book. In a series of panels on one page, Deadpool watches TV in his disfigured glory. He's watching TV day and night, day and night. Then the phone rings, and a voice asks for Deadpool. Wade Wilson, in just boxers, goes off panel and returns still in boxers, but is now wearing his mask. Commitment to the job, man! IT has one of the coolest openings in a comic book. In a series of panels on one page, Deadpool watches TV in his disfigured glory. He's watching TV day and night, day and night. Then the phone rings, and a voice asks for Deadpool. Wade Wilson, in just boxers, goes off panel and returns still in boxers, but is now wearing his mask. Commitment to the job, man!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tacitus

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. One of the better collections I've read, especially of contemporary comics. Nicieza's writing has clearly evolved since the 1990s, as it's generally sharp, short, and captures each character well. Zircher's artwork was also consistently appealing, and the team worked together well to tell good stories each issue. The collection works well in that that there are 2 main story arcs in the 18 issues. The first involves a somewhat OP Cable who becomes a godlike figure on earth. The second involves Dea One of the better collections I've read, especially of contemporary comics. Nicieza's writing has clearly evolved since the 1990s, as it's generally sharp, short, and captures each character well. Zircher's artwork was also consistently appealing, and the team worked together well to tell good stories each issue. The collection works well in that that there are 2 main story arcs in the 18 issues. The first involves a somewhat OP Cable who becomes a godlike figure on earth. The second involves Deadpool kidnapping baby Cable from Sinister into the current timeline. Throughout, Nicieza keeps focused on a tight cast of characters, which made the stories easy to follow. He also attempts in each issue to establish the characters, their powers, and the current situation, enabling a new reader to pick up at any point of the series and jump in. Even so, the later issues contain page-one recap expositions that seem a little ham-fisted and essay like, despite their self-referential jokes. The series features a bunch of cameo appearances and supporting characters, ranging from the X-men, Silver Surfer, Cannonball, Siryn, and Forge, all of which seem well thought out and help flesh out the stories. Cable was probably the most interesting character, as he shows the most promise in terms of fully realizing his potential and taking it somewhere bigger, but it never really does, at least in this collection. Deadpool shows some twists, and reveals a heart, although I found his jokes somewhat repetitive and growing stale with time. I could imagine trying to make joke at work using a dated reference (about, say, The Love Boat, Anna Nicole, or Balco) at work and hold back for fear that it would fall flat because no one gets it. That's how some of Deadpool's jokes feel now, and while no sane person would attempt them in the real world, Deadpool does. And maybe that is exactly the point. Deadpool is a likeable idiot, and delightfully wrong at times, and for all of that, he has a certain charm and definitely stands out as a unique superhero. The collection lacks a strong theme or some other factor that would make it "important" as a series or arc and take it to the stratosphere. But on balance, it succeeds precisely because it aims to be an entertaining series that never takes itself too seriously. There's a lesson in this for other superhero comics creators.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jeni

    This one is probably between a three and a four because there were parts of the story that were really good and parts that were stupid/confusing. Overall, I liked it though and may pick up Book 2, so that's a three. This one is probably between a three and a four because there were parts of the story that were really good and parts that were stupid/confusing. Overall, I liked it though and may pick up Book 2, so that's a three.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Josh Morgan

    Read it at the recommendation of a friend. It was good to read a comic series, but this particular story wasn't my cup of tea. Read it at the recommendation of a friend. It was good to read a comic series, but this particular story wasn't my cup of tea.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Rix

    This is that good Deadpool content. Cable is cool too

  12. 4 out of 5

    Adam Spanos

    So this is the "must read" series that every deadpool fun should read? I'm not feelin' it man! Pretty lame story, with boring characters and a deadpool being a lot different from what we are used to, mostly because there is a great lack of spot-on jokes (with the only exception to be the Sinister story which i admit it, was hilarious). I expected a lot more from that but sadly i got dissapointed. For now i'm still having Posehn-Duggan run on top of every deadpool run. So this is the "must read" series that every deadpool fun should read? I'm not feelin' it man! Pretty lame story, with boring characters and a deadpool being a lot different from what we are used to, mostly because there is a great lack of spot-on jokes (with the only exception to be the Sinister story which i admit it, was hilarious). I expected a lot more from that but sadly i got dissapointed. For now i'm still having Posehn-Duggan run on top of every deadpool run.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ben

    While enjoyable, I did not find this as good as Daniel Way's version, which was my previous foray into the world of Deadpool. I found the comedy was not quite as sharp; the internal monologues to be more in the nature of exposition and less of an internal dialogue, for example, and a lot of the meta jokes to be in reference to other comics I did not know about, and so less accessible. I also found the initial storyline to be a bit boring with Cable's level of power - however, I think things impr While enjoyable, I did not find this as good as Daniel Way's version, which was my previous foray into the world of Deadpool. I found the comedy was not quite as sharp; the internal monologues to be more in the nature of exposition and less of an internal dialogue, for example, and a lot of the meta jokes to be in reference to other comics I did not know about, and so less accessible. I also found the initial storyline to be a bit boring with Cable's level of power - however, I think things improved as the later parts of the collection begin to explore the implications of what went on before. The artwork is mostly pretty good, and it is consistent through the volume, which is a big plus for me, and despite there being further volumes in this Ultimate Collection, this one itself forms as much of a fully self contained story arc as you can probably get with a Marvel title.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Giebens

    The first time I met Cable, was in the first volume of Deadpool Classic. It was a brief appearance (and the first appearance of Deadpool), so I didn't really know who Cable was or what he did in the Marvel Universe. So I was very excited to get this book and see what all the fuzz was about! You can clearly see why this duo is the most unthinkable couple you could imagine. While Cable is the more serious hero, Deadpool is the complete opposite. Cable wants to protect humanity and help, while Deadp The first time I met Cable, was in the first volume of Deadpool Classic. It was a brief appearance (and the first appearance of Deadpool), so I didn't really know who Cable was or what he did in the Marvel Universe. So I was very excited to get this book and see what all the fuzz was about! You can clearly see why this duo is the most unthinkable couple you could imagine. While Cable is the more serious hero, Deadpool is the complete opposite. Cable wants to protect humanity and help, while Deadpool just wants money and shoot everything. In the beginning, Cable tries to ignore Deadpool as much as possible. He even makes his head explode a few times, just to make him shut up. But this book gave me the impression Cable is a bit of a overpowered mutant. He thinks he can act like a god, which makes him not so likeable. Luckily, Deadpool brings the laughs and most of the action in this book. And it's kind of sweet to see how Deadpool gets attached to Cable (both mentally and physically!).

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kurt

    I just don't get this book. I know, I should focus on the positive and praise Nicieza for how well he works with the stupid mandate to connect these two characters who have no real connection, and I should be happy for the two percent of the jokes that are actually funny (everything in Sinister's eerily quaint farmhouse had me smiling), and I should appreciate the impressive two-page spreads that open many of the issues... But these stories just aren't very good. I don't like the cold messiah ve I just don't get this book. I know, I should focus on the positive and praise Nicieza for how well he works with the stupid mandate to connect these two characters who have no real connection, and I should be happy for the two percent of the jokes that are actually funny (everything in Sinister's eerily quaint farmhouse had me smiling), and I should appreciate the impressive two-page spreads that open many of the issues... But these stories just aren't very good. I don't like the cold messiah version of Cable, I don't find Deadpool funny, I don't think that Siryn and Cannonball were well-used guest stars, I don't buy that Cable can save the world without that having any impact in any of the other books that were going at the time, I don't think the two-part mystery about a murder on Providence was well-executed at all... This just is not a good collection, and I honestly don't see why people like it. Sorry that Nicieza got stuck wasting his talent on such a dumb project.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Klay

    A bromance to last for all time, and timelines, and universes! I loved them individually, but it took me a while to give the combination a shot ~ now I wish I had done so YEARS ago. Of course, for many years I was barely able to squeeze in pleasure reading. If you have that problem then learn from my mistake and put this collection at the top of your list! Like any dichotomy, the one enhances the other; in this case they contrast delightfully. Also, there are so many other great characters through A bromance to last for all time, and timelines, and universes! I loved them individually, but it took me a while to give the combination a shot ~ now I wish I had done so YEARS ago. Of course, for many years I was barely able to squeeze in pleasure reading. If you have that problem then learn from my mistake and put this collection at the top of your list! Like any dichotomy, the one enhances the other; in this case they contrast delightfully. Also, there are so many other great characters throughout and massively full story arcs. The artwork is superb and the writing is excellent ~ wish I could give this an extra bunch of stars for awesomeness ~

  17. 5 out of 5

    TJ Shelby

    I heard great praise throughout the comic world about this series both from critics and fans. I must be missing something. I'm still not sure I enjoy the John Lennon-esque "Imagine" theme presented from a returned-from-the-future pansy ass Messiah figure. And Deadpool...think Wolverine's fight mixed with Spiderman's sarcasm but comes off as more Fredo than either of those two. His jokes are funny about every 50 pages and I just don't connect. I'm going to have to take a significant break before b I heard great praise throughout the comic world about this series both from critics and fans. I must be missing something. I'm still not sure I enjoy the John Lennon-esque "Imagine" theme presented from a returned-from-the-future pansy ass Messiah figure. And Deadpool...think Wolverine's fight mixed with Spiderman's sarcasm but comes off as more Fredo than either of those two. His jokes are funny about every 50 pages and I just don't connect. I'm going to have to take a significant break before beginning volume two...

  18. 5 out of 5

    DeAnna Knippling

    This came across as someone who likes the idea of Deadpool trying to write Deadpool, with 75% less Deadpool, because 100% Deadpool is too much. No fractured voices in his head. A bunch of meh jokes about the Olsen twins. Deadpool called to be an antihero and answering the call with the sound of noble horns instead of burrito farts. Nice ideas. A few decent characters. Of *course* Deadpool's the guy you want to reveal that a Utopia isn't all that great, so he can approve of your actual Utopia late This came across as someone who likes the idea of Deadpool trying to write Deadpool, with 75% less Deadpool, because 100% Deadpool is too much. No fractured voices in his head. A bunch of meh jokes about the Olsen twins. Deadpool called to be an antihero and answering the call with the sound of noble horns instead of burrito farts. Nice ideas. A few decent characters. Of *course* Deadpool's the guy you want to reveal that a Utopia isn't all that great, so he can approve of your actual Utopia later. It's all...so...logical.

  19. 4 out of 5

    JM

    So, I'd been familiar with Deadpool from the comics back in the 90's and I was aware that he had a well-received run paired with Cable a few years ago, so in preparation to the movie I decided to give it a go and I have to say that I was impressed. This version of Cable is actually pretty awesome, and works perfectly as a foil for Deadpool's antics. I'll definitely give the whole series a read. So, I'd been familiar with Deadpool from the comics back in the 90's and I was aware that he had a well-received run paired with Cable a few years ago, so in preparation to the movie I decided to give it a go and I have to say that I was impressed. This version of Cable is actually pretty awesome, and works perfectly as a foil for Deadpool's antics. I'll definitely give the whole series a read.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jessie B.

    Cable and Deadpool are different enough that a team up between them is a lot of fun.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Cameo

    I liked it. As always in the Marvel univers, there are A LOT of stuff, characters and storylines to keep track of, but with the most hilarious humor ever to be found in comics, you don't find it all that difficult. I love Deadpool. I liked it. As always in the Marvel univers, there are A LOT of stuff, characters and storylines to keep track of, but with the most hilarious humor ever to be found in comics, you don't find it all that difficult. I love Deadpool.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Peacock

    Not knowing much of Cable, I found his relationship with Deadpool to be rich and fascinating. I loved the balance between the two characters. Probably my favorite series in Deadpool's continuity, and definitely the one I find funniest and most enjoyable. Not knowing much of Cable, I found his relationship with Deadpool to be rich and fascinating. I loved the balance between the two characters. Probably my favorite series in Deadpool's continuity, and definitely the one I find funniest and most enjoyable.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    I really don't know what to say about this. Either you love deadpool or you don't. There is no in between. I love him. I laughed out loud. I felt sorry for him. I love the fluidity of the graphic novel. It was such a really really fun read. I really don't know what to say about this. Either you love deadpool or you don't. There is no in between. I love him. I laughed out loud. I felt sorry for him. I love the fluidity of the graphic novel. It was such a really really fun read.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    Aces, guys, totally aces. The most perfect comic ever created.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Justin

    Alternate universes alight! Body slide by two (yuck).

  26. 5 out of 5

    Addison

    This was a very good read. All Deadpool fans should take the time out to check this one out.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jasmina

    This was a must read? I was highly disappointed. The story was all over the place, Deadpool not that funny, and at some parts some characters highly annoying.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Hiddleston

    Deadpool is great, but Cable is most times quite... boring.

  29. 4 out of 5

    pianogal

    Started out a little slow but got good by the end. Still not in love with Cable, but like him more now.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Horrid Beasts

    4.75 out of 5

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