Deadpool Killustrated #2 Review


There is still no bars hold in Deadpool Killustrated #2 as he continues to butcher his way though the Ideaverse to find and kill the creators of fictional characters.  If you recall from my blog on Deadpool Killustrated #1, after realizing he’s a fictional character, Deadpool travels through fictional worlds of classic literature to try to find its creators.  He believes that he can set all fictional characters (heroes and villains) free if he destroys their creators.

Deadpool also believes that killing all the characters from classic literature will eventually lead him to their creators.  From Count Dracula to Little Women, Deadpool has no plans on stopping until his mission is complete.

Deadpool is definitely himself in this issue.  Sociopathic, witty and violent.  Speaking of violence, there is a PARENTAL ADVISORY WARNING on the front cover.  For those of you that don’t already know, if Deadpool is involved, violence will be a definite.  I am talking about butcher, slaughter, slice and dice with no remorse.  I am still loving this story and can’t wait until the next issue is released.

The story is well scripted with sharp dialogue.  I especially love the Headless Horseman panels.  That was so funny!  But this story is also VERY GORY.  But that is how it’s supposed to be.  Why?  Because it’s Deadpool.  Cullen Bunn did superb a job with this issue.

Matteo Lolli, Sean Parsons and Veronic Gandini did a fine job with the artwork.  The panels on page 2 gave me the chills.  But it’s Deadpool.  And I love the Merc with a mouth!


If you would like to see our beloved classic stories get butchered, then Deadpool Killusrated is definitely for you.