These comics bridge a balance with Cable’s false prophet ascension and Deadpool’s razor’s edge “lifestyle choices.” There is no loss of Deadpool’s crude humor and oddball references while little Nate Dayspring is finally ready to bring humanity’s salvation.

Ryan Reynolds is mentioned by the Merc with a Mouth himself, making how many fourth wall breaks, exactly? 

Panel from Cable and Deadpool Vol. 1


Nathan Christopher Summers, a.k.a. Cable, the man of many names, has recently over come his struggle with the techno-organic virus that had plagued him since the time of the Askani and Dayspring Clans. It’s still there, but he has it under control. Now he is learning the limitlessness of his abilities and just how close to his savior destiny he really is.

Panel from Cable and Deadpool Vol. 1

I really enjoy the art in these comics–really great job by Mark Brooks and Patrick Zircher in this collection

For the first volume Deadpool moves the plot, makes the jokes, and supports the story of Cable’s apparent rise and the reactions of S.H.I.E.L.D. with the rest of the world.

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