Cable & Deadpool, Volume 3: The Human Race

Cable Deadpool Volume The Human Race With Cable recuperating on his island haven of Providence who else can investigate when there is A Murder in Paradise You know who Say it Go ahead Picture it Deadpool as a detective interrogating t

  • Title: Cable & Deadpool, Volume 3: The Human Race
  • Author: Fabian Nicieza Patrick Zircher
  • ISBN: 9780785117636
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
  • With Cable recuperating on his island haven of Providence, who else can investigate when there is A Murder in Paradise You know who Say it Go ahead Picture it Deadpool, as a detective, interrogating the most brilliant pacifists on Earth Monk and Columbo have nothing to fear Plus Deadpool is brainwashed by the mysterious group known as the Black Box to become a miWith Cable recuperating on his island haven of Providence, who else can investigate when there is A Murder in Paradise You know who Say it Go ahead Picture it Deadpool, as a detective, interrogating the most brilliant pacifists on Earth Monk and Columbo have nothing to fear Plus Deadpool is brainwashed by the mysterious group known as the Black Box to become a mindless assassin which, honestly, didn t take much washing So Deadpool does what comes naturally to him the opposite of what s expected But hey, where s Cable And what are Cannonball and Siryn doing in the book Collecting Cable Deadpool 13 18

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    About "Fabian Nicieza Patrick Zircher"

    1. Fabian Nicieza Patrick Zircher

      Fabian Nicieza is an American comic book writer and editor who is best known for his work on Marvel titles such as X Men, X Force, New Warriors, Cable and Deadpool, and Thunderbolts, for all of which he helped create numerous characters.

    798 thoughts on “Cable & Deadpool, Volume 3: The Human Race”

    1. Well this was bizarre. But I really enjoyed it. Cable and Deadpool are some very complex characters.There were some sexual comments and more language than the last one. But it wasn't too bad.


    2. This series is so weird. But maybe every Deadpool-story is weird. I can't say that I like it, but then again I can't stop reading it, because I'm so curious to know what crazy thing might happen next.


    3. Continuing the great x-read of 2017I just continue to be surprised (in a fabulous way) by this series. It is so comic-booky but manages to always interject some interesting philosophical discussions between the punching and the punchlines. Can't wait to dive into the next volume. It is these type of books that keep me slogging through this x-book catch-up.


    4. I think this is a concept which would have been good as a limited series, but it begins to wear thin in these issues.


    5. Now that Cable is non-lobotomized once more, he and Deadpool return to Providence. There is a murder, however, and Deadpool attempts to solve it. The problem? He's the one who did it; he just can't remember the murder itself or why he did it. A fracture develops in their friendship, and Cable kicks Deadpool off Providence because he can't be trusted. Deadpool hunts down Black Box, because he wants to find a way that he can be killed. While receiving "treatment" from Black Box, Deadpool is implan [...]


    6. The third volume of the Cable & Deadpool saga begins with Cable recooperating from the partial lobotomy, loss of most of his powers, and his "resurrection". Providence continues to thrive and the world's governments have backed off, giving Cable a chance now that he poses less of a threat. Everything appears to be going to plan until Providence encounters it's first murder: that of world-reknowned terrorist Haji Bin Barat. Life for our main characters only gets worse from there.This volume ( [...]


    7. Cable sets off to find Skornn and in turn Deadpool, accompanied by Siryn and Cannonball, set out to find Cable. Through their adventure, they encounter the likes of Apocalypse, the Four Horsemen, the Black Box and Sinister. They eventually find Cable, but not how they expected.This was my first foray into the world of graphic novels and I quite enjoyed it. I have always loved watching the cartoons and am a huge fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so it was about time I picked up a comic book.R [...]


    8. The heart of this book starts to show through in this arc, and I couldn't be happier. As much as I love super-wacky Deadpool, I adore when writers really explore Wade as a person, and this arc of C&D (which encompasses a 2-parter and 4-parter) showcases Wade's deadlier instincts and his less deadly need to be loved on at least some level. He's vulnerable in this run, confused and trying to deal with who he is. It's a great balance between Deadpool as the wacky guy and Wade the human.Cable's [...]


    9. This was an enjoyable romp that managed to navigate the House of M storyline while still making sense and establishing a new beginning for the two main characters that didn't invalidate what came before. It was done rather well, all things considered, and I rather enjoyed it. The future of the stories is pretty much wide open, and there were plenty of laughs along the way without going too far over the top. This is just about where I would like most Deadpool comics to be, but with just a bit mor [...]


    10. Of the first three volumes of "Cable & Deadpool", Volume 3, "The Human Race," is clearly the best. It's a perfect culmination of everything Fabian Nicieza had been building toward in his first two volumes of work. After 18 issues, the relationship between the titular characters has grown in both complexity and in depth, which adds emotional weight to each of the stories. It's a fantastic collection of issues and it more than makes up for any misgivings I had with Volume 2.


    11. The characters are nice, which is why I am still reading this, but I am afraid the story arcs are all tried and tested well before. And with as much books as I have been reading the past two years, they do feel a tad overused. The alternative reality thing with different Cable's for example well executed, but nothing new.Maybe I am expecting too much from comics. They are fun and easy read and obviously targeted to teenagers, so I shouldn't complain much.


    12. I'm going to go ahead and make this one a five star rating.Why? Because the art and writing were honestly a step up from the previous volumes and they were 4s for me.Also? Because this story was pivotal to the relationship between these two characters. I can't imagine a fan of Deadpool not reading this line.


    13. Wacky stuff. It cracks me up that Deadpool travels to the House of M universe, but since he's traveling through a whole bunch of universes any way, it's no big deal for him. Also, I love the art. It's great, colorful and expressive. Sure, this book reads like a Deadpool solo series with guest star Cable, but it's good stuff.


    14. An amusing plot with Deadpool alternate reality hopping and meeting different versions of Cable and ultimately bringing back a baby/child version who is aging rapidly. It was a cute gimmick but it did lack a little bit of heart compared to the earlier storylines. Still better than many titles but I'm looking forward to an adult Cable and Deadpool and more direct interaction.


    15. This book had some awesome Deadpool moments - especially him as a detective and the sequence where he was fighting clowns.I think I prefer the Cable and Deadpool series to the Deadpool comics that are out currently, because although Deadpool is still wacky, he has his thoughtful times which make him a more rounded character.


    16. I enjoyed Deadpool's search for Cable across many different worlds. A little bit more enthralling than the last volume, my favorite part was Deadpool's interaction with baby Cable. Very good read. Lot of classic Deadpool here and some Cable as well.


    17. The mystery story portion of this book was good, but the second half was bizarre and silly--very '90s-type X-men stuff. Did Cable really need more confusion added onto his story? He's already easily one of the most confusing characters in existence--why muddle it up further?



    18. I don't really get this story line , but I absolutely love this duo. Cable and Deadpool compliment each other and I absolutely love the way they work together.


    19. Всё ещё весело, но понемногу, начинают говорить и о серьёзном. Что вобщем-то довольно неплохо, надо всё таки по сопереживать героям. Блин, тут даже есть немного любовной лирики!



    20. I liked this one better than previous volumes, but some of the humor is still a little off and I can't get into it.





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