Review by: akamuu

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WRITER: Brian Michael Bendis
PENCILS: Mike Deodato
COVER BY: Mike Deodato

Size: pages
Price: 3.99

A much, much more intriguing read than the main Seige book.  Everything got wrapped up much too neatly in Seige #4, but here we see the director’s cut of the penultimate scene, and it’s great.  There’s a page in the back where Bendis explains why this was one of his favorite books to work on, and it’s evident in the way he writes each page of this book.  Lots of great character moments, some quite unexpected.

And the art?  Man.  Coipel is good, and all, but Deodata’s layouts, his use of soft and hard focus, and his attention to detail put all the other Seige titles to shame.  I will buy any book with his name on it, even if it’s Deadpool Team Up featuring Pixie.

Story: 5 - Excellent
Art: 5 - Excellent


  1. I figured this would be awesome.

  2. You figured correctly.

  3. My figuring is usually quite accurate.

  4. I’ve been liking Deadato more and more ever since his run on Thunderbolts, he’s really grown in the last few years with his layouts. amazing stuff. i too will buy anything he pencils

  5. @RoiVampire: I didn’t read his Thunderbolts run, but I’m going to seek it out now.  Thanks!

  6. Second on the Ellis/Deodato Thunderbolts run, the 2nd arc in particular is phenominal.

  7. @akamuu: Whoa let’s not go crazy. If Marvel publishes a Deadpool/Pixie Team Up, I will blame you.

  8. @JesTr: And I will publicly apologize for it.  Publicly.  And I really will be so so so so so so so very very sorry.

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