Hello, Internet. It is I, Tyler, and I’m back with another literary review. And so, I am going to review part 2 of Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe in this post.
So I guess its time to get into this very weird and not necessarily child-friendly e-comic.
We left off at the end of part one where basically, Deadpool is insane and he kills of the narrator aka The Watcher. At the start of part 2, we see that some time has passed since Deadpool went psychotic. We learn that he’s killed any and all villains and superheros that he come across. Then we are immediately thrust into a fight between Spiderman (side note: Tom Holland is the best Spiderman) and Deadpool. This fight, unfortunately, ends with Spiderman taking a bullet and dying in front of a crowd of onlookers.
We then get a scene of Deadpool talking to himself about how he has broken the chains that once bound him. He speaks of a mysterious “them.” Here we start to infer that the “them” he is speaking of are the Marvel creators themselves as he says, “their precious Spiderman.”
After that, we are taken to a meeting between the final remaining Avengers and X-Men. We learn that most of the active and reserve roster for both groups has been killed off. Immediately following, we see the group die as Deadpool uses Pym Particles to blow them all to bits. He then kills the survivors namely Thor. After this, he goes on another spiel about how it has to be this way, and he’s giving them mercy by killing them and such. They basically made the antihero and antivillain.
Next he get rips apart by the Hulk, and so he decapitates Bruce Banner.Then we get scene where these women – lovers of the dead superheros and villain – make a contract with the Taskmaster (not even going to lie here guys, I had to ask around to figure out who the heck this man was – thanks again, Jackson).
And that ends part 2. The story is weird, but it gets even weirder in parts 3 and 4. Anyways, goodbye, internet. Catch you on the flip side. ✌️