All right, before everyone get’s on my case about taking another shot at Deadpool, let me just say that I worry about the same thing happening with the Jersey Shore tape library and old WCW pay-per-views.
Now, as far as Deadpool: Paws actually goes, I’ll be honest and say that I’ve got a bit of a morbid curiosity about these Marvel prose novels. When I was a kid, I read Roger Stern’s Death of Superman novelization (mainly because I hadn’t discovered girls yet, or at least girls that would talk to me). It was a fun story, a good summation of a very long comics event. Aside from that though, I’ve never really read any of the novel adaptations of comic characters and stories.
So, with that said, I pose the question to you, my friends: Have you ever read any of these? Are they any good? Or just a rehashing? Sound off in the comments.
I’m genuinely curious, not only in terms of what it means for comic characters, but I’ve also come to realize it’s been over a year since I read a book without pictures in it (not that there’s anything wrong with that) and maybe it’s time to break out the reading lamp once more.
Today’s page comes to us from friend of the family, David Namisato:
David Namisato is an illustrator in Toronto, Canada. David is currently working on two creator-owned comics, a fantasy adventure series called “The Long Kingdom” and a Japanese language comic strip called “Mark to Minna” (English: Mark and the Gang).
Have a great week, everyone!