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Biographie de l'auteur

Brian Edmund Posehn is an American actor, voice actor, musician, writer, and comedian, known for his roles as Jim Kuback on The WB's Mission Hill and Brian Spukowski on Comedy Central's The Sarah Silverman Program

Tony Moore is an American comic book artist, whose work consists mainly of genre pieces, most notably in horror and science fiction, with titles such as Fear Agent, The Exterminators, and The Walking Dead.


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  • Broché: 136 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel (11 juin 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785166807
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785166801
  • Dimensions du produit: 16,8 x 0,6 x 25,7 cm
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4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Présence TOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 4 juillet 2013
Format: Broché
Ce tome contient les épisodes 1 à 6 de la série commencée en 2013. Le scénario est de Brian Posehn et Gerry Dugan, les dessins et encrage de Tony Moore, et les couvertures de Geoff Darrow. Cette série a été relancée dans le cadre de l'opération "Marvel NOW", la précédente s'étant achevée avec Deadpool dead de Daniel Way et Carlo Barberi. Cette histoire peut être lue sans connaissance particulière de Deadpool.

Michael (un nécromancien, habillé d'un uniforme du SHIELD, avec un kilt) a décidé de ramener à la vie les présidents des États-Unis grâce aux incantations contenues dans un vieux grimoire, pour qu'ils sauvent le pays de l'état de déchéance dans lequel il se trouve. Problème ; les présidents morts estiment que l'état de déliquescence de la nation est imputable aux américains eux-mêmes, qu'ils décident d'éradiquer. Captain America ayant été photographié en train de décapiter Harry Truman, le SHIELD préfère lancer une opération clandestine, plutôt que de risquer d'autres images aussi catastrophiques pour le moral de la nation. L'agent Emily Preston a l'idée d'engager Deadpool après l'avoir vu massacrer Franklin Delano Roosevelt en zombie, dans sa chaise roulante. Le carnage peut commencer.
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Par Tidoo le 25 décembre 2014
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
L'humour de Deadpool est corosif, acide, avec des références historiques puisque ce tome relate les aventures du 'justicier' contre divers fantômes de présidents américains et le héros reste fidèle à lui-même.

De l'exagération à tout va, de l'aventure, des blagues et de l'hémoglobine. Bref, je suis une fan absolue.

Ce qui ne gâche rien, le livre a une belle couverture, souple et facile, avec une belle qualité de papier très agréable à manipuler.
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Deadpool puts the Merc in America. 12 juin 2013
Par KB509 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Basic Plot (Without giving too much away besides the basic preface): Feeling that America is suffering from a major decline, an overly patriotic ex-Shield Agent, who is also a necromancer, resurrects all our nation's Dead Presidents in order to fix it. But the problem is the Dead Presidents' solution is to wipe the slate clean with the blood of the American people who they feel have forsaken its dream. S.H.I.E.L.D. dispatches Captain America to confront the issue and, once on scene, Cap confronts and defeats the late President Truman decapitating him via his vibranium shield. This becomes a public relations nightmare for both S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Avengers. So the question then becomes how do we deal with this pesky issue of these Dead Presidents without making either of ourselves look bad? And that's where the wild card that is Deadpool, a.ka. 'The Merc with the Mouth', comes into play. S.H.I.E.L.D. hires Deadpool to deal with taking out the Dead Presidents discretely (But if you know Deadpool, discrete is just not a thing Deadpool does). Deadpool teams up with S.H.I.E.L.D., the ghost of Benjamin Franklin and a couple of other Marvel Supes and of course it's a wacky, action packed ride of quips, kills and fourth-wall-breaking thrills.

Review: This story's good. It's pretty first-time reader friendly and not boggled down by 20-30 years of continuity plagued by most Marvel titles. My favorite Deadpool run was Daniel Way's Deadpool Volume 1 because as my first time reading Deadpool it introduced me to the character, exposed me to different events going on in the Marvel universe without it being too confusing not to have read them (Secret Invasion, Dark Reign, etc) and most of all it was funny and made the character likable. Although Deadpool, Vol. 1: Dead Presidents didn't have the same spark for me that made Way's run so phenomenal it was a still a pretty good Deadpool book that I would recommend to anybody who is a fan and I personally will be continuing to read the run.
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One of the funnest comics I've ever read 6 janvier 2014
Par Steven Taylor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I love Brian Posehn. I am a huge fan of his comedy, and as the heavy metal comedian, and also a giant nerd, he is ideal for writing for Deadpool. The crazy, hilarious, and outrageous story about a misguided necromancer raising our past presidents from the dead is like nothing I've ever read before, and it even manages to be clever and satirical from time to time. The art is done very well and helps to capture the violent hilarity.
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Funny book! 10 janvier 2014
Par Anonymous - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Pictures and content are really good quality. The story line is really funny! My son loves this book and will purchase more in the future.
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I think this is a soild creative team, but this was still a bit of a disappointing re-launch... 6 avril 2014
Par N. Beitler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Title: Deadpool Vol. 1: Dead Presidents
Publisher: Marvel
Writers: Gerry Duggan, Brian Posehn
Artists: Tony Moore (pencils, inks), Val Staples (colors), Geoff Darrow, Peter Doherty, Zach Baldus (covers)
Collects: Deadpool #1-6
Price: $17.99

Well, Deadpool has been re-launched, yet again. He’s a peculiar sort of character with a weird origin and varied incarnations. His peculiarities make him a difficult character to write. The writer(s) need to have a sense of humor as well as a good sense of creativity. The writer(s) needs to be able to craft an action-oriented story in which the lead character can both crack wise and show off his mental instability. I think the chore of writing this character is likely to cause writers to burn out on the character rather quickly, so hopefully a tag team of two writers can manage to stay on the title for a good long while and still come up with interesting stories to appeal to the Deadpool fans. While I have never been a huge fan of the character, I enjoy a humorous story as much as the next guy, so I am always willing to at least give the book a look.

In this new re-launch, Wade is missing the two distinctively different voices that he used to converse with in his mind when I was last reading this title. When they disappeared or why they disappeared is unknown to me, and I don’t even know if there is any explanation for this. It was a bit of a shock to find them absent, but they were somewhat replaced by the end of this book, when the consciousness of Deadpool’s deceased, black, female S.H.I.E.L.D. agent supervisor is implanted into Wade’s head. Got all that? Yeah, didn’t think so.

The title of this book comes from the major plotline of this story, which is appropriately wacky for the character, if not particularly appealing to this reader. A S.H.I.E.L.D. agent with necromantic powers is using his skills to resurrect dead presidents of the United States in the hopes that they can help turn around the floundering ship that is the United States of America. However, as could be expected, things don’t go as planned. All of the resurrected presidents are, of course, now evil, and would rather destroy the old U.S. of A. S.H.I.E.L.D. command is embarrassed by the whole affair, and decides that it would be too hurtful to the public mind if they were to see America’s home team of Avengers beating up and killing its most famous political leaders. Their solution? Quietly hire Deadpool on the sly to deal with the political corpses who are running amok.

It’s a truly weird story, and I honestly didn’t find it very much fun, though I have to say that some kids may learn more tidbits of history from reading this book than they would learn it some of the pathetic classrooms they find themselves in, these days. Though I didn’t give the book high scores in the “cool” department, I do have to credit the new writers on their skill in giving Deadpool another unique voice and filling the pages with a truck load of insults, quips, inside jokes, and comical situations.

Artwork on the book was above average, and I was really happy to see the Geoff Darrow covers. I wish Darrow would do more comic book work. I always thought his work was THE most detailed in the medium, as a whole, and I just don’t see him doing much work, anymore. Too bad. Inks and colors were sufficient to the task. No real issues on the art front.

I happened to read Volume 2 of this new series prior to this first collection, and I have to say that it was better than this book. Hopefully I will see more improvement in both writing and subject matter in forthcoming collections. This book is fine, but nothing I’d recommend to others or get enthusiastic about.

Writing: 7/10
Artwork: 7/10
Cool Factor: 4/10
Value: 6/10

Overall: 6/10
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Pretty good 6 novembre 2013
Par JACOB MASTERS - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Pretty good story but it starts to get a little old by the third issue in the collection. Good intro to Deadpool but I expected more.
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