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The X-Men? Pfft! Not really Deadpool's style. Though he's still committed to doing this "hero" thing, Wade's more of a "lone wolf" kind of guy, out there doing his own thing. Y'know...thwp-thwp. Collecting: Deadpool 19-22


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The X-Men? Pfft! Not really Deadpool's style. Though he's still committed to doing this "hero" thing, Wade's more of a "lone wolf" kind of guy, out there doing his own thing. Y'know...thwp-thwp. Collecting: Deadpool 19-22

30 review for Deadpool, Volume 4: Monkey Business

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kemper

    Deadpool wants to be a good guy so he goes to New York to partner up with Spider-Man and learn how it's done. Spidey is less than enthused about the idea, but he reluctantly accepts Deadpool's help when Hit Monkey shows up and starts killing people. Then Wade takes a bus trip and runs afoul of some crooked rural cops. I was sold on this one as soon as I saw an armed monkey wearing a suit.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    A legendary gun-for-hire is in New York City, killing targets and making Spider-Man nervous. Also Deadpools in town to have a team-up for shits and giggles and eat tons of hot dogs for the same reason. But if this super-assassin isnt the Merc with a Mouth, who could it be? Its a monkey, but not just any monkey: Hit-Monkey! Deadpool: Monkey Business is so much silly fun! Ive never heard of Hit-Monkey before but hes a great, cute character who manages to brew up some challenging carnage for Spidey A legendary gun-for-hire is in New York City, killing targets and making Spider-Man nervous. Also Deadpool’s in town to have a team-up for shits and giggles and eat tons of hot dogs for the same reason. But if this super-assassin isn’t the Merc with a Mouth, who could it be? It’s a monkey, but not just any monkey: Hit-Monkey! Deadpool: Monkey Business is so much silly fun! I’ve never heard of Hit-Monkey before but he’s a great, cute character who manages to brew up some challenging carnage for Spidey and ‘pool to keep the reader entertained. Daniel Way writes Deadpool perfectly and I loved how in one scene Wade randomly rocks up in a sexy maid outfit and no-one says anything - Spidey just accepts that’s how Deadpool rolls! The two characters have great chemistry too - it’s rare that Spidey’s the one getting rubbed the wrong way, and it’s funny to see him be the wound-up one for a change! Also included is a one issue story where Deadpool deals with corrupt redneck cops in a small town that was just ok but didn’t compare well to the brilliance that preceded it. I also really didn’t care for Tan Eng Huat’s weirdly rubbery artwork. The book closes out with Hit-Monkey’s origins which are as bizarre as you’d expect for a character called Hit-Monkey! This one’s a super-entertaining read - a fast-moving, amusing action romp that makes it easy to see why Marvel have recently paired up Deadpool and Spidey again for their own series. Don’t monkey around - check out Deadpool: Monkey Business if you haven’t already!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Roxanne

    I'm not the biggest spidey fan but i do love a deadpool & spidey team up it's just always hilarious i love wade winding the utter shit out of spidey it's just the best! Besides who wouldn't love this face, come on spidey it's happening! Spidey reluctantly teams up with deadpool to find hit monkey, who is a hit man that is also a monkey, there's just classic deadpool lines, I think there's gonna be a spiderman/deadpool series starting soonish (finally marvel!) so this is a good one to pick up!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    Ok. So Deadpool comes to New York specifically to try and team up with Spider-Man. Which he does, when they discover that Hit Monkey is in town, and out for Deadpool's head. Hit Monkey is, of course, a monkey assassin. Seriously, that's the actual plot. In any other book that premise would fall completely flat, but this is Deadpool, so it ends up being hilarious, at the same time that Hit Monkey is an actual threat. Also includes Hit Monkey's tragic origin!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Bunge

    This is probably my favorite Deadpool collection to date. That has a lot to do with Hit Monkey. And Deadpool trying to explain to Spiderman that he is NOT MAKING UP Hit Monkey. If you can get through this without giggling, you have NO sense of humor, and should be SHOT, repeatedly, with a large-caliber weapon, which oh, look! I happen to have right here... And Thor has pretty, pretty girl hair. :P Deadpool is the man. About the only thing this good is the "Marvel/DC" youtube videos with Deadpool vs This is probably my favorite Deadpool collection to date. That has a lot to do with Hit Monkey. And Deadpool trying to explain to Spiderman that he is NOT MAKING UP Hit Monkey. If you can get through this without giggling, you have NO sense of humor, and should be SHOT, repeatedly, with a large-caliber weapon, which oh, look! I happen to have right here... And Thor has pretty, pretty girl hair. :P Deadpool is the man. About the only thing this good is the "Marvel/DC" youtube videos with Deadpool vs the Watchmen. (google ItsJustSomeRandomGuy's youtube channel.)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Asmaa

    Deadpool is definitely my most favorite Marvel superhero EVER. I mean who can hate a guy who does this:

  7. 5 out of 5

    Teresa

    Whatever a Spider Can Parts 1-3 4.5* Do Idiots Dream of Electric Stupidity 3* Hit-Monkey #1 3.5*

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jedhua

    ABSOLUTE RATING: {3+/5 stars} STANDARDIZED RATING: <3/5 stars>

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mila Elizabeth

    The Merc with a Mouth and Spider-Man team up in this irreverent as you might expect story (at least for three of the issues featured here). I don't think I'll ever get used to any of those hyper-muscled art styles so common in Marvel's more violent, "adult" franchises and stories (i.e., Deadpool, Venom, Max). I am well aware they don't use those kinds of styles in all of their more adult themed (and, that they use it in plenty of their teen-focused) works, but this isn't a case of getting used to The Merc with a Mouth and Spider-Man team up in this irreverent as you might expect story (at least for three of the issues featured here). I don't think I'll ever get used to any of those hyper-muscled art styles so common in Marvel's more violent, "adult" franchises and stories (i.e., Deadpool, Venom, Max). I am well aware they don't use those kinds of styles in all of their more adult themed (and, that they use it in plenty of their teen-focused) works, but this isn't a case of getting used to it by force or constant exposure. I just can't get into it. Taking that into consideration, it's the only real hang up I have with this volume: I love Wade and Peter's "relationship", always have, and I love reading anything including both of them. I quite liked the colors used in all the issues (reds and golds for the first three, lots of blues for the fourth, and I particularly loved the final issue). Plot wise, Hit-Monkey is so absurd it works, Deadpool dealing with a band of corrupt hillbillies was kinda funny, and I loved the origin story of Hit-Monkey, ok? Honestly, I really loved that last issue.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Misbah

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Deadpool decides to visit Spiderman in New York city to learn how to be a good guy from one of the best. Peter runs into Deadpool without his Spidey suit on and doesn't say anything. Later on when one of the shops Peter frequented is shot, he assumes it was Deadpool. It isn't until Deadpool gives a solid alibi that Superman believes that it wasn't him. We soon learn that a Monkey, whose also a hitman, is in town killing off other Hitmen... and Deadpools next. Spiderman reluctantly tries to keep Deadpool decides to visit Spiderman in New York city to learn how to be a good guy from one of the best. Peter runs into Deadpool without his Spidey suit on and doesn't say anything. Later on when one of the shops Peter frequented is shot, he assumes it was Deadpool. It isn't until Deadpool gives a solid alibi that Superman believes that it wasn't him. We soon learn that a Monkey, whose also a hitman, is in town killing off other Hitmen... and Deadpools next. Spiderman reluctantly tries to keep Monkey from hurting to Deadpool too badly. At one point Wade dresses up as Spidey and they trick Monkey into thinking that Wade/Spiderman is dead, causing everyone to go into mourning. When Monkey thinks its done he invites Spiderman to go sightseeing with him and they have fun around New York. Later when Monkey figures out he was tricked he comes back to finish the job. A gun battle kills Monkey and lands Deadpool in jail. Spiderman breaks him out and tells him to leave. My favorite part is when Monkey and Spiderman go sight-seeing like old friend. 🤣

  11. 4 out of 5

    Terry Collins

    I'm ashamed at laughing about a story with a hitman monkey as much as I did. Side note: Interesting to know that Reed Richards can't stand Deadpool either.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sammy Fee

    Brilliant! Loved the banter between Deadpool and Spidey!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Eric Mikols

    Nothing to laugh out loud about but entertaining enough, even if the last issue has mediocre artwork.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Xena

    Marvel's Deadpool would be enjoyed by previous Marvel Fans and a lot of kids/ teenagers in this era because the reader has either been exposed to this type of writing or can relate to what is going on in the book. Dead-pool,Wade Wilson; and Spider-man, Peter Parker have a sibling relationship in this novel. Many older siblings can relate to Spider-man because of his weak tolerance for Dead-pool.Dead-pool is a coincided, self centered man with what seems to be a split personality. Teenagers can Marvel's Deadpool would be enjoyed by previous Marvel Fans and a lot of kids/ teenagers in this era because the reader has either been exposed to this type of writing or can relate to what is going on in the book. Dead-pool,Wade Wilson; and Spider-man, Peter Parker have a sibling relationship in this novel. Many older siblings can relate to Spider-man because of his weak tolerance for Dead-pool.Dead-pool is a coincided, self centered man with what seems to be a split personality. Teenagers can relate to this as they go to school, weather it is themselves or the people around them, there are people who love themselves more than anything and also rely on themselves for good advice because they view themselves as knowing everything. Being a previous Marvel fan, I enjoyed reading this novel because of the surprises the reader sees as they are going along. Marvel fangirls and boys have experienced Venom, The Thing, and many other forms of hero's and super villans, but what was interesting to see was the monkey nemesis in this novel. We find ourselves asking "Why a monkey?". The monkey can represent a change in character in this novel. In "Whatever a Spider Can part 3 of 3" We read "I was just...trying to shoot with your feet" Deadpool views himself as a really cool person and isnt going to let a monkey come in to the story and change that. Something that has really stood out to me is when dead pool says things like "Haven't really seen you since Amazing Spiderman #611" or when he was thinking and says "Issue #10". One doesn't really see the antagonist in any story talk as if they knew they were in a story the way this character does. No matter why you read this novel you will find yourself drawn in by the humor and annoyance of Deadpool, who can be viewed as a younger brother to Spider-man. You will also find yourself relating to the man antagonists and therefore be able to follow the story line much clearer.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Fight*Censorship*In*ALL*Forms

    Did I read the same book as everyone else? This volume was almost unreadable. This volume has a main story involving Spidey and some stupid monkey assassin. It is then followed by an absolutely pointless and slightly offensive story about bad cops in Georgia. It is then capped off with an origin story about that stupid assassin monkey that I didn't care about the first time. The Deadpool Spider-man team up was incredibly lame. Spider-man played the straight man, devoid of his characteristic wit, Did I read the same book as everyone else? This volume was almost unreadable. This volume has a main story involving Spidey and some stupid monkey assassin. It is then followed by an absolutely pointless and slightly offensive story about bad cops in Georgia. It is then capped off with an origin story about that stupid assassin monkey that I didn't care about the first time. The Deadpool Spider-man team up was incredibly lame. Spider-man played the straight man, devoid of his characteristic wit, and actually kind of came off as a bit of an ass. Deadpool was written as some dumb dog begging for approval, and of course the greatest sin of all was that he wasn't at all funny. There was absolutely no cleverness to this story. A story with these characters together should have me rolling on the floor. The team up disappointed me, but it was nothing compared to the train wreck that followed. Here is a sample of the type of humor you can expect from this story...Deadpool is dreaming of Thor and he tells him "you have girl hair....you are a doofus" I'm sorry was this written by a 7 year old? Long hair is gross...ew Aside from the complete lack of humor, the story is just nothing. Deadpool doesn't really do anything. He comes up against Southern cops that all speak in such a painfully cliched and over the top dialogue that I wanted to just slap the book shut and quit, which is what I eventually did out of frustration during the last issue. Seriously who thought anyone cared about the stupid Hit Monkey? Overall this was stupid. Stupid characters, stupid dialogue, stupid plots, stupid stupid stupid!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Giebens

    Deadpool and Spider-Man together? Ooh my god, yes! Since I saw the episode 'Ultimate Deadpool' of the 'Ultimate Spider-Man' TV series, I couldn't wait to see them together in a comic. The story was pretty simple. One of Peter's friends gets killed, together with other people who were known criminals. And when Deadpool shows up, Peter thinks suspects him of the massacre. But good ol' Wade doesn't have a clue of what happened. So who could've done such a horrible thing? Well, a monkey (Japanese Deadpool and Spider-Man together? Ooh my god, yes! Since I saw the episode 'Ultimate Deadpool' of the 'Ultimate Spider-Man' TV series, I couldn't wait to see them together in a comic. The story was pretty simple. One of Peter's friends gets killed, together with other people who were known criminals. And when Deadpool shows up, Peter thinks suspects him of the massacre. But good ol' Wade doesn't have a clue of what happened. So who could've done such a horrible thing? Well, a monkey (Japanese macaque) named Hit-Monkey! Imagine a monkey in a suit à la Hitman with a whole lot of guns, and you get the picture. But why hasn't Hit-Monkey left New York yet? Well, guess who did a lot of bad things in the past? That's right, our friend Deadpool did! The only thing he can do now, is ask Spider-Man's help. You'd think the setup for the story is a bit lame, but wait until you see Deadpool's plan come together in the end. HI-LA-RIOUS!! As a bonus, they added the origin story of Hit-Monkey. It was nice to see that they just took a monkey and gave him some powers due to an accident or something like we're used to. His background story is sad, but satisfying. Although I still think a monkey who works as a hitman is a bit far-fetched...

  17. 4 out of 5

    fairywine

    Really, what else needs to be said after that? Monkey Business is the trade paperback that gave the world the following: -Spider-Man + Deadpool goodness in abundance -Deadpools French maid outfit -The first official appearance of Deadpool calling Spider-man baby boy (now required by international law to appear in every Spideypool fic ever written) -A hitman that is also a monkey and is called Hit-Monkey Its fun, irreverent, and gave us some classic Deadpool moments. What more could one ask for? Four Really, what else needs to be said after that? Monkey Business is the trade paperback that gave the world the following: -Spider-Man + Deadpool goodness in abundance -Deadpool’s French maid outfit -The first official appearance of Deadpool calling Spider-man ‘baby boy’ (now required by international law to appear in every Spideypool fic ever written) -A hitman that is also a monkey and is called Hit-Monkey It’s fun, irreverent, and gave us some classic Deadpool moments. What more could one ask for? Four stars. Holla atcha boy!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Justin Dornenburg

    I love the deadpool series because deadpool is like my favorite thing that's fake and reading about him is awesome, but this one comic is probably my fav because Spider-Man is being annoying to deadpool and deadpool is annoying to Spider-Man and they just hate each other. I like how Spider-Man is telling deadpool not to KILL, but deadpool is like I don't have to listen to u. So deadpool is trying to KILL and Spider-Man is trying to stop him from killing and stop the criminals. And I also like I love the deadpool series because deadpool is like my favorite thing that's fake and reading about him is awesome, but this one comic is probably my fav because Spider-Man is being annoying to deadpool and deadpool is annoying to Spider-Man and they just hate each other. I like how Spider-Man is telling deadpool not to KILL, but deadpool is like I don't have to listen to u. So deadpool is trying to KILL and Spider-Man is trying to stop him from killing and stop the criminals. And I also like how Spider-Man and deadpool are having a compitition f who's better, and I like when deadpool asked the readers who do we think is better/ breaks the 4th wall.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Zachary

    I really like Deadpool graphic novels. You can always expect a good laugh while reading them. I particularly enjoyed this one because, other than the Avengers, Marvel doesnt really mix super heroes. They all stay in their own spot. So it was really funny to see Deadpool interacting with Spider Man as well as Hit Monkey. It really adds to the comedy when you have one character who nobody takes seriously, and one who is actually a hero. They dont mix, which adds a good story. If you were looking I really like Deadpool graphic novels. You can always expect a good laugh while reading them. I particularly enjoyed this one because, other than the Avengers, Marvel doesn’t really mix super heroes. They all stay in their own spot. So it was really funny to see Deadpool interacting with Spider Man as well as Hit Monkey. It really adds to the comedy when you have one character who nobody takes seriously, and one who is actually a hero. They don’t mix, which adds a good story. If you were looking for something more serious, I wouldn’t recommend this book at all. You will never find a serious graphic novel/comic that features Deadpool.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Gavin Abdollahi

    3.5 rounded off. I've loved every volume of Way's Deadpool so far, but for some reason... It's starting to bore me. His didn't cheer me up as much as it usually does, which is pretty weird, considering the fact that this had one of the most bizarre story lines ever. So, we got Spideypool vs monkey assassin. Pretty interesting, pretty ridiculous, but it was missing the Deadpool spark. Or maybe it's just me. Anyhow, I wasn't able to read the monkey origin since I read this in single issues. Oh well.

  21. 4 out of 5

    zxvasdf

    Deadpool apparently is the sweetheart of Marvel Comics. He's teaming up with everyone and is kicked off the team-ups (which were only one sided from the beginning, anyways) with grudging admiration. And... FUNNY AS HELL. How can someone as silly and cuddly sounding like a teddy bear be a deadly assassin? One of my favorite aspects of Deadpool is his Pool-o-vision. Pool-o-vision is something we all have, but Deadpool's is 3D and has surround sound. This team up with spidey is no less funny.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Yuuki Nakashima

    I borrowed this book from my friend and now, I do wanna own it!! It was hilarious and cool!! I love Spider-Man so I did enjoy the tag team: Deadpool and Spider-Man. It may be impossible to read jokes about Spider-Man that Deadpool made in other comics! After Deadpool left NY, Spider-man didn't appear but it was still fun. The last episode was actually so interesting and it made me think that Hit Monkey can be a main character of a comic or a movie (and I'd like to watch his movie.) I want Marvel I borrowed this book from my friend and now, I do wanna own it!! It was hilarious and cool!! I love Spider-Man so I did enjoy the tag team: Deadpool and Spider-Man. It may be impossible to read jokes about Spider-Man that Deadpool made in other comics! After Deadpool left NY, Spider-man didn't appear but it was still fun. The last episode was actually so interesting and it made me think that Hit Monkey can be a main character of a comic or a movie (and I'd like to watch his movie.) I want Marvel to make a new story of Hit Monkey.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    I am being very biased with my opinion I recently got obsessed with Deadpool but this was the first one I ever read. It was great I love Spiderman and Deadpool together they just hilarious. Even though it was the forth book I had no problem with keeping up there weren't even any references that I didn't get so if you want to read a Deadpool comic just pick any up you should be fine with understanding it and if your not just google what happened then maybe get the first book in whatever your I am being very biased with my opinion I recently got obsessed with Deadpool but this was the first one I ever read. It was great I love Spiderman and Deadpool together they just hilarious. Even though it was the forth book I had no problem with keeping up there weren't even any references that I didn't get so if you want to read a Deadpool comic just pick any up you should be fine with understanding it and if your not just google what happened then maybe get the first book in whatever your reading if you can.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lissa

    Deadpool, still on his "I want to be a hero" kick, makes his way to New York City, where he meets up with Spider-Man. But there's an assassin on the loose, who seems to have Deadpool in his sights. Oh, and the assassin is a monkey. No, really. I don't know why I continue reading (and buying) Way's Deadpool. The character has great potential, which is displayed when he's in the hands of other creators (Joe Kelly, Fabian Nicieza, and Gail Simone quickly come to mind). But under Way's control, Deadpool, still on his "I want to be a hero" kick, makes his way to New York City, where he meets up with Spider-Man. But there's an assassin on the loose, who seems to have Deadpool in his sights. Oh, and the assassin is a monkey. No, really. I don't know why I continue reading (and buying) Way's Deadpool. The character has great potential, which is displayed when he's in the hands of other creators (Joe Kelly, Fabian Nicieza, and Gail Simone quickly come to mind). But under Way's control, Deadpool is an idiot who really isn't funny. Way has a few moments, but those are few and far between.

  25. 5 out of 5

    L

    This volume of issues 19-22 contains Deadpool's visit to New York where he encounters Spiderman and Hit Monkey. Though I enjoyed the banter, I did not like the way Spiderman was often represented as a jerk. Nonetheless from Spiderman, Deadpool gains a heroic inspiration which provides readers with a fun Georgia adventure. The first issue of Hit Monkey is also part of this volume. I enjoyed reading his back story (as I will admit he is a curious character) but it was completely unnecessary for a This volume of issues 19-22 contains Deadpool's visit to New York where he encounters Spiderman and Hit Monkey. Though I enjoyed the banter, I did not like the way Spiderman was often represented as a jerk. Nonetheless from Spiderman, Deadpool gains a heroic inspiration which provides readers with a fun Georgia adventure. The first issue of Hit Monkey is also part of this volume. I enjoyed reading his back story (as I will admit he is a curious character) but it was completely unnecessary for a Deadpool collection.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Cristopher

    I picked up this book because my favorite comic book character Deadpool was on the front page and because my dad used to collect comics and i read few of his and enjoyed them. this is the first comic of mine and i thought it was very cool and funny so all of this encouraged me to finish this book as soon as i could. I would recommend this book to johnny, jahshaunne, thibisan and mr szentes for their love of humor and action.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Angus

    It's a deadpool spider man team up! Wade and Peter are working together for once attempting to beat an animal villain, hit monkey... The rabid monkey man in suit is attempting to HIT everyone... Oh yea... I decided to read this book beacause my friend recomended it to me. i finished it because the storyline of heroes teaming up was interesting for me. i would recomend this book to comic lovers who want to see something unusual happen.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rincess

    Got it last Sunday at the new bookstore near-ish our place. Yeah, go Fully Booked! That being said, Deadpool comics are always funny. This did not disappoint. I mean c'mon, Spiderman and Deadpool together! In a team-up! That was cool XD Ah, it was fun. Just feel kind of bad for Wade. I mean, all that "I want to be love" thing and "Want to be a good guy," if he's serious about that I can sympathize with him.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Khairul Hezry

    Deadpool teams-up with Spider-Man to hunt down a monkey assassin. Yes, really. The other stories include DP busting a gang of corrupt cops in a small town and the origins of Hit-Monkey...which is surprisingly written seriously. I would have thought a story of how a monkey became a killer for hire would be played for laughs but no. Monkey + guns = serious business.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ace

    Deadpool and Spiderman what more could I ask for? I grew up loving Spiderman and later found my favorite merc with a mouth in Deadpool. Seeing them teamed up together to stop Hit Monkey was awesome, especially since Deadpool has to convince Spiderman that there is such a creature as Hit Monkey. Again this is a must read.

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