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It's a Marvelous case of mistaken identity as Deadpool kills the wrong secret agent and has no choice but to take his place and finish his mission! Pitted against the deadly terrorist organization called GORGON, it's up to Wade Wilson to stop them from getting an object of paradoxical power in their grasp!


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It's a Marvelous case of mistaken identity as Deadpool kills the wrong secret agent and has no choice but to take his place and finish his mission! Pitted against the deadly terrorist organization called GORGON, it's up to Wade Wilson to stop them from getting an object of paradoxical power in their grasp!

30 review for Deadpool: Secret Agent Deadpool

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    The name’s Poo – Steaming Pile of Poo aka Secret Agent Deadpoo(l)! So a James Bond-type dies in a fire, Deadpool takes his identity and everyone assumes Wade’s the Bond-type, he’s just badly burned from the fire – oh hi-larious (if you don’t know, under the mask, Deadpool looks like a burn victim). Christopher Hastings lists off the predictable Bond references: Q, M, henchmen, villain who wants to take over the world or something, villain’s lair, Moneypenny, gadgets, women, lotsa action, and mar The name’s Poo – Steaming Pile of Poo aka Secret Agent Deadpoo(l)! So a James Bond-type dies in a fire, Deadpool takes his identity and everyone assumes Wade’s the Bond-type, he’s just badly burned from the fire – oh hi-larious (if you don’t know, under the mask, Deadpool looks like a burn victim). Christopher Hastings lists off the predictable Bond references: Q, M, henchmen, villain who wants to take over the world or something, villain’s lair, Moneypenny, gadgets, women, lotsa action, and martinis. There’s even a fight in the snow a la the opening scene of The Spy Who Loved Me. The story is pointless, none of the jokes are funny and the whole thing is predictably dull pap. I’d hoped that Hastings was going to produce something more compelling and creative after his excellent run on Gwenpool but unfortunately, like most Deadpool comics these days, Secret Agent Deadpool isn’t the least bit interesting.

  2. 4 out of 5

    mina

    ↠4.5 Do the stories make any sense? Noup. But do I care if they don’t? Hell no. I enjoyed this one so much more than Deadpool by Posehn and Dugan Vol.2 and all that thanks to the amazing translation done by Draško Roganović—I think this is the only translator whose name I know, that’s how much I’m impressed. Simply loved the Serbian pop culture appearing on the pages.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dimitrije Vojnov

    DEDPUL UTERUJE ISKONSKI STRAH je izdanje Darkvuda koje bih zahvaljujući briljantnom prevodu Draška Roganovića slobodno ubrojao u srpski strip jer likovi i crtež su američki ali scenario je kroz adaptacije dijaloga postao srpski, a u ovom konkretnom slučaju uspeo je i da nadiđe domete samog stripa. Naime, u ovoj selekciji odabrane epizode nisu na naročito visokom nivou te upravo Roganovićev prevod čini da čitanje Dedpula na srpskom ostane jedan krajnje poseban doživljaj za ljude sa našeg govornog DEDPUL UTERUJE ISKONSKI STRAH je izdanje Darkvuda koje bih zahvaljujući briljantnom prevodu Draška Roganovića slobodno ubrojao u srpski strip jer likovi i crtež su američki ali scenario je kroz adaptacije dijaloga postao srpski, a u ovom konkretnom slučaju uspeo je i da nadiđe domete samog stripa. Naime, u ovoj selekciji odabrane epizode nisu na naročito visokom nivou te upravo Roganovićev prevod čini da čitanje Dedpula na srpskom ostane jedan krajnje poseban doživljaj za ljude sa našeg govornog područja. Potencijal samih tim-apova u ovoj zbirci je visok, ponekad se upitam čak šta je pošlo naopako, ali egzekucja ostaje nedorečena. No, ono što pisci i crtači nisu uradili, u glavu uspeva da overi Roganović i da sa obiljem smisla za humor, gotovo pa vajldovsku igru reči koja suptilno preuzima primat nad popkulturnim referencama i čini njegove prevode trajnom vrednošću, učini i ovo jednim kapitalnim stripskim izdanjem.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Marko

    It started strong, but got boring quick.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ksandra

    5/5 Stars I may have bought this for my fiance and then decided to read it. Having never read a Deadpool comic before, I was very happy. The artwork is beautiful and Deadpool is just a massively awesome character.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tundextra

    I'm not 100% sure why I gave this even 3 stars, I suppose because to a new reader, Deadpool meets James Bond meets Men from UNCLE with a few laughs is still worth a read? . I'm a secret agent, and my name is Pool, Deadpool. . The Deadpool mini-serials are a dime a dozen and seem to be about making more dimes for Marvel. . The covers and art aren't too bad though, and if we get to see more of the characters featured it won't all be a waste. . 7 out of 12.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Brendan

    3 First Deadpool book and I will admit, it was the first one available from my local library. I have seen the movies and thought it was about time I read a Deadpool book. Christopher Hastings is another new name to my comic book author knowledge. This book is quick and fun, not much else is going on here. You don't need the lore of endless arcs and stories to read this book, and for that I was super happy. Why the 3? The book is fun, but empty. I don't have a lot of compari 3 First Deadpool book and I will admit, it was the first one available from my local library. I have seen the movies and thought it was about time I read a Deadpool book. Christopher Hastings is another new name to my comic book author knowledge. This book is quick and fun, not much else is going on here. You don't need the lore of endless arcs and stories to read this book, and for that I was super happy. Why the 3? The book is fun, but empty. I don't have a lot of comparison for Deadpool books, but looking at this from a comic book reader overview, it doesn't hit the highs I like in the medium. This feels like Marvel giving a writer the chance to go nuts with the property. Hastings keeps the book fast and the story moving and with that intent it works. I like more depth and storyline, but that's just me. Maybe missing the books purpose, but years of reading comics, it didn't have me recommending it over the others I have recently read. More Deadpool books are coming though.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    Solid Deadpool. I also loved all of the horses faces. 😂

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mouse

    Pretty bad, pretty dumb, lots of 4th wall breaching, lots of James Bond ragging, low brow comedy, but hey... it’s Deadpool, so I didn’t expect much!

  10. 4 out of 5

    B. Zelkovich

    I always love Deadpool comics, but I thought the jokes in this one we're particularly on point. I laughed a lot.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Deadpool impersonating a secret agent he was hired to assassinate--that's the basic plot, and it delivers everything you would pretty much expect from that set-up. This wasn't the funniest Deadpool story I've ever read; there weren't really any laugh-out-loud moments, but I certainly did chuckle a few times. The truly amusing thing about this graphic novel wasn't so much Deadpool's one-liners (there was only a handful of fourth-wall breaks *sad face*), but the sheer ridiculousness of the plot. T Deadpool impersonating a secret agent he was hired to assassinate--that's the basic plot, and it delivers everything you would pretty much expect from that set-up. This wasn't the funniest Deadpool story I've ever read; there weren't really any laugh-out-loud moments, but I certainly did chuckle a few times. The truly amusing thing about this graphic novel wasn't so much Deadpool's one-liners (there was only a handful of fourth-wall breaks *sad face*), but the sheer ridiculousness of the plot. The secret agency was a part of the USDA?! The villains were trying to steal God's pencil to rewrite reality?! To paraphrase what Deadpool said towards the end, this was a James Bond story with an Indiana Jones ending--and, as a parody of those franchises turned up to 11, this was a pretty enjoyable (if not far-fetched, even for Deadpool) read. I wouldn't say I'd recommend it, as there are better Deadpool stories, but there are definitely worse ones too. Deadpool is a difficult character really "nail." Still, if you're looking for a short, fast-paced, and still fun (and funny) read, then this is definitely worth a look.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Adam Fisher

    A really fun ride of a book! Deadpool, while on a mission to kill a man who goes by Jace Burns, gets more than he bargained for when it is discovered that he is trying to take down a Secret Agent! This leads to a case of mistaken identity, when Burns' organization, the Risk Management Agency or RMA, thinks that Wade is just a burned version of their agent. Stepping in to finish the mission as Agent Burns, Wade gets caught up in a web of intrigue and spy games against rival organization Medusa, c A really fun ride of a book! Deadpool, while on a mission to kill a man who goes by Jace Burns, gets more than he bargained for when it is discovered that he is trying to take down a Secret Agent! This leads to a case of mistaken identity, when Burns' organization, the Risk Management Agency or RMA, thinks that Wade is just a burned version of their agent. Stepping in to finish the mission as Agent Burns, Wade gets caught up in a web of intrigue and spy games against rival organization Medusa, complete with all the hilarity of a typical Deadpool comic. Love that Wade has tons of these Volume-contained stories. Recommend. A quick, fun read.

  13. 4 out of 5

    David Rodriguez

    This is the version of Deadpool that I enjoy most, from a character perspective. Not pure references, not too juvenile, and with the right amount of pathos and insecurity that enhances his relationships and humor. The anti-hero loner with strong morals makes the story amazing against the issues that can bring down the spy genre.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Butcher

    I was expecting the silly shooting and crude Deadpool. And then I remembered as I cracked it open that Hasting as the Gwenpool author likely could give us something really smart. In the end, this is a great spoof on James Bond and the spy genre. And we get to see Deadpool in a very different light, which is interesting to see as he navigates a world where he is a good fit.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kyle

    I always enjoy Chris Hastings writing, especially when he's in a bonkers world that makes no apologies for its bonkersness. The story gets a bit in the weeds, but it does so in the same way that James Bond movies do so it completely fits the setting.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Miloš Šević

    To je Dedpul… Svi komentarisu suvišni

  17. 5 out of 5

    Blythe Penland

    I thought this one-off story was amazing and hilarious. I wish that there were more books of Secret Agent Deadpool because I've had the James Bond theme stuck in my head all day and I've felt like I've been on missions when running my errands. (What a sad, sad life, I know.) Anyway, the jokes and the overall Deapool of it all just made my day better. I really liked how the premise was set because that Burns guy seemed like a total douche that didn't appreciate what he had. Deadpool had been lagg I thought this one-off story was amazing and hilarious. I wish that there were more books of Secret Agent Deadpool because I've had the James Bond theme stuck in my head all day and I've felt like I've been on missions when running my errands. (What a sad, sad life, I know.) Anyway, the jokes and the overall Deapool of it all just made my day better. I really liked how the premise was set because that Burns guy seemed like a total douche that didn't appreciate what he had. Deadpool had been lagging for any freelance jobs lately, so it was pretty cool that he got a lucky break as a secret agent. He got to be a better version of burns, use awesome gadgets, and beat Statueface, who felt like a bad guy all along. I also absolutely loved all the mask twists. It truly felt like some kind of spy movie. Arch Director Blank secretly being Jace Burns all along was awesome because it means that Deadpool didn't even have to kill someone in order to be on the good guys' side. Ms. Shortbread being a part of Gorgon hit me kind of hard. I had been shipping Wade and Ms. Shortbread since the train ride and he did seem to have some feelings for her, too. But having god-like power doesn't seem like the most stable girlfriend. And I'm almost certain that the whole God's pencil thing was a break in the fourth wall and Deadpool just made sure the story was written the way the author wanted it to go. The ending wasn't even that bad, considering. There could still be hope for Wade and Ms. Shortbread (though I can't find her first name anywhere) and Imp is freelancing with Deadpool. Even Clopples finally made it home. All's well that ends well when a horse finds its way home. I recommend this book to those looking for a pick-me-up.

  18. 4 out of 5

    John

    I was legitimately surprised to see some of the negative reviews of this, since this was SIGNIFICANTLY better than most of the Deadpool comics I've read. Because Chris Hastings is actually funny, and knows how to write funny comics (not always the same skillset, unfortunately).

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    Deadpool in a James Bond parody. The parody works, surprisingly, and there's a cute miniature horse.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Carla

    Okay estuvo divertido. Me gustó mucho el diseño de los personajes.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Drizztl

    6/10 Started well, but lost its steam near the end. Still some quite funny moments inside...

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jota Houses

    Entretenido y desenfadado pero poco original y falto de chispa. El género está sobre explotado.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jason Scott

    ridiculous, but what I expected

  24. 4 out of 5

    Carleigh Holland

    I enjoyed the book. It made me laugh and was good fun. Plot was good but not to complex and as always Deadpool was funny.

  25. 4 out of 5

    rachel.

    3.5/5 That was actually a lot more fun than I thought it would be. The last few pages were really good.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sebastian Song

    The first two issues were awesome then #3 came to a screeching halt. The next three issues had the classic secret agent ups and downs. Not a bad read but far from great.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Serdnito

    Una historia un poco floja, pero con un dibujo sobresaliente.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Brent

    This was, on the whole, a pretty fun read. It's basically Deadpool meets James Bond, which really turns out more like Deadpool meets Archer because, well, it's Deadpool and he'd have to cover a lot of distance to meet James Bond half way. The plot is a bit of a mess, the characters are a generally messes hidden behind multiple layers of secret identities and betrayals, and generally it tries to make a mess of the Marvel universe, but beyond all that this isn't too shabby. As long as you don't ta This was, on the whole, a pretty fun read. It's basically Deadpool meets James Bond, which really turns out more like Deadpool meets Archer because, well, it's Deadpool and he'd have to cover a lot of distance to meet James Bond half way. The plot is a bit of a mess, the characters are a generally messes hidden behind multiple layers of secret identities and betrayals, and generally it tries to make a mess of the Marvel universe, but beyond all that this isn't too shabby. As long as you don't take it too seriously (and if want to, there are probably better superheroes to follow) it's a fun ride most of the way from start to finish.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Dubzor

    Overall this feels very much like a hastily thrown together online exclusive thrust upon the creative team. It's dumb, sloppy, and not anything really worth getting too angry or excited over.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Carles

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