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  • Deadpool: Paws
  • Stefan Petrucha
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  • 06 October 2019
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About the Author: Stefan Petrucha

Audiobook õ Deadpool: Paws Epub ´ deadpool: free, paws book, Deadpool: PawsDeadpool: Paws PDF/EPUBStefan Petrucha born January , is an American writer for adults and young adults He has written graphic novels in the The X Files and Nancy Drew series, as well as science fiction and horrorBorn in the Bronx, he has spent time in the big city and the suburbs, and now lives in western Massachusetts with his wife, fellow writer Sarah Kinney, and their daughters At times he has been a tech writer, an educational writer, a public relations writer and an editor for trade journals, but his preference is for fiction in all its forms.


Deadpool: PawsAudiobook õ Deadpool: Paws Epub ´ deadpool: free, paws book, Deadpool: PawsDeadpool: Paws PDF/EPUBMarvel s popular Merc with a Mouth in an all new ARRGGH Hey hey, book readers, take off those big thick glasses this is Deadpool speaking Sorry, Marvel, somethin happened to your copy guy Anyway, this is my first prose novel, and they got this dude Stefan Petrucha to write it He s good people He s written novels Ripper and Dead Mann Walking and comics Power Rangers and X Files But here s the thing This book is about dogs Dogs that turn into big nasty monsters And then I gotta kill em Thing is, I like killing people the ones that deserve it, anyway but I won t kill dogs No way So that s what we call a character dilemma Now in GraphicAudio I was unaware that that was a thing until now, but as long the check clears Know what I m saying, ladies ADVISORY Due to subject matter, PAWS contains scenes that may not be suitable for listeners aged seventeen or under.

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10 thoughts on “Deadpool: Paws

  1. Craig says:

    Deadpool fans will probably enjoy this book I m not a big Deadpool fan I ve given the comic numerous tries off and on, but usually ended up with feeling that the humor way out weighed the story and that the humor was too juvenile and mean spirited I saw the first movie but didn t care for it much and have avoided the second This prose iteration follows in the silly tradition of the previous versions, and though it s competently executed it doesn t rise above the earlier bits that put me off Deadpool fans will probably enjoy this book I m not a big Deadpool fan I ve given the comic numerous tries off and on, but usually ended up with feeling that the humor way out weighed the story and that the humor was too juvenile and mean spirited I saw the first movie but didn t care for it much and have avoided the second This prose iteration follows in the silly tradition of the previous versions, and though it s competently executed it doesn t rise above the earlier bits that put me off It s like one of those mean or hateful jokes or sketches that make you laugh and then immediately feel ashamed that you did, and you hope that no one saw you But if Wade Wilson is your cup of fish, then by all means dive right in

  2. Christy Stewart says:

    I was skeptical of how Deadpool would translate into a novel despite seeing it technically pulled off in fanfiction many times and I was right to be skeptical.Petrucha s Deadpool is a mix between Way s and Duggan s actually it seems like he put Way s Deadpool in Duggan s settings Some back story is explained but it makes it justobvious that they were picking and choosing what they want to include about Deadpool with the description of his relationship with Bob, the relationship we see w I was skeptical of how Deadpool would translate into a novel despite seeing it technically pulled off in fanfiction many times and I was right to be skeptical.Petrucha s Deadpool is a mix between Way s and Duggan s actually it seems like he put Way s Deadpool in Duggan s settings Some back story is explained but it makes it justobvious that they were picking and choosing what they want to include about Deadpool with the description of his relationship with Bob, the relationship we see with Preston, and the fact that he still has his boxes this takes place perhaps slightly before 2015 s Battleworld and yet halfway into Way s run.All that can be excused, he s a comic book character after all, but the premise of the book is horrible There are a ton of puppies spread around the city that are about to turn into monsters so Deadpool has to catch em all You have no reason to care whether he succeeds or fails so the book rests on the assumption that you ll be so engrossed in the prose that the plot is inconsequential, but that didn t go so well either.The action is constant and well written which is a good portion of what you re looking for when you buy a Deadpool book of any kind butthan anything he is supposed to sell humor and that just didn t work here Petrucha went for a very slapstick approach to his humor that he just couldn t translate from a comic book page The fact that he had to constantly keep Deadpool talking to you and needed to incorporate two other voices in into his internal dialogue seems to be a burden to Petrucha, which it would be for anyone, many people even argue it never worked in the comic either Most always any joke fell incredibly flat for me but as humor is subjective I ll say that I find Deadpool the most engaging and humorous when he s walking the line between carelessly silly and heartbreakingly depressing.I will say that if you do still want to read this I would suggest the audiobook The voice acting is extremely good and sells the joke slightly better

  3. Mike says:

    If you re a fan of Deadpoolfrom either the comics or the moviesthen Deadpool Paws by Stefan Petrucha is a book for you.The Merc with a Mouth is at it again, this time as a mercenary for S.H.I.E.L.D His task Seeking out cute puppies Sounds easy, right Wait Cute puppies WTF Well, as it turns out, some of these cute puppies may have been biologically engineered to become nigh invulnerable giant monsters who crave human flesh and have an appetite for destruction as well as consta If you re a fan of Deadpoolfrom either the comics or the moviesthen Deadpool Paws by Stefan Petrucha is a book for you.The Merc with a Mouth is at it again, this time as a mercenary for S.H.I.E.L.D His task Seeking out cute puppies Sounds easy, right Wait Cute puppies WTF Well, as it turns out, some of these cute puppies may have been biologically engineered to become nigh invulnerable giant monsters who crave human flesh and have an appetite for destruction as well as constantly spouting corny monster movie classic comics catchphrases Never fear, Deadpool has some stuff to spray on them to render them big piles of harmless goo if they ll stop trying to destroy him and lots of innocent kiddies and nuns long enough to be sprayed into goo.Deadpool makes the transition to the novel format with some initial difficulty He has a few different voices bouncing around in his head, each represented by a different font And he also has the tendency to lapse into hallucinations or inappropriate humor at just the wrong moment While he does lament repeatedly for not having comics splash pages to show the epic battles he s in, he eventually gets down to business with only prose to depict his adventures.Did I mention the famous guest stars There may be appearances by a friendly neighborhood wall crawler and a gamma irradiated powerhouse with anger management issues I refuse to name drop But you probably get the idea The author handles being inside Deadpool s head pretty well He manages to keep the outrageous action at least partly grounded in reality, even though Deadpool is an incredibly unreliable narrator The action swings rapidly though the action can t move as rapidly as Deadpool s mouth between comedy, violence, adventure, and intrigue But don t expect any of the underlying plot to make too much sense if examined closely Just go along for the ride.As I said above, if you re a Deadpool fan, this will be a great book for you It s equally violent and absurd and it manages to be occasionally downright hilarious

  4. Malcolm Cox says:

    This self aware, 4th wall breaking adventure is pure silliness and very enjoyable it was too A lot tamer in tone than the films and comics, probably to bring it in line with the rest of the Marvel novel line, the merc with the mouth still motored on regardless Told from Deadpool s point of view, we get to see just what goes on in the thing he calls a brain Amongst all his tangents and waffle, there is an actual plot here, which really feature second place to Deadpool s ramblings It was fun This self aware, 4th wall breaking adventure is pure silliness and very enjoyable it was too A lot tamer in tone than the films and comics, probably to bring it in line with the rest of the Marvel novel line, the merc with the mouth still motored on regardless Told from Deadpool s point of view, we get to see just what goes on in the thing he calls a brain Amongst all his tangents and waffle, there is an actual plot here, which really feature second place to Deadpool s ramblings It was fun though, even if the finale was a little bit daft I really had a blast with this one and am pleased to have read this one first

  5. Denise Quezada says:

    this book was funny it made me feel like this book was made to entertain because it cannot happen in real life I learned that Deadpool kills people that deserve it.And I would recommend this book to people who like Deadpool because it was about Deadpool.

  6. Michael E. says:

    As many of you know, I am a huge Deadpool fan, and have been for at least 16 years Hell I have Deadpool tattoo on my shoulder, never mind all the merchandise SO yea I am a fan So needless to say I had to pick this book up, I desperately tried to finish before the Deadpool movie came out, alas life got in the way Still I enjoyed the book, despite it s flaws Yes there are flaws.From this point out consider everything spoilers.First off, I was livid at first that the author went with the Danie As many of you know, I am a huge Deadpool fan, and have been for at least 16 years Hell I have Deadpool tattoo on my shoulder, never mind all the merchandise SO yea I am a fan So needless to say I had to pick this book up, I desperately tried to finish before the Deadpool movie came out, alas life got in the way Still I enjoyed the book, despite it s flaws Yes there are flaws.From this point out consider everything spoilers.First off, I was livid at first that the author went with the Daniel Way style Deadpool, where he had inner voices which we now know to have been Madcap , with hallucinationsand yet the story takes place after The Good, Bad and the Ugly story arc as it involves Robo Preston So I am not even sure if the story is canon or if it is set in it s own universe.I am hoping for the latter due to a twist at the end of it of course.The climax was the other issue, it made little sense especially since the villain that started it all turns out to be spoiler Bob spoiler.And yet except the end , the story works Is the story deep Not really, you do get what you expect though Which is Wade facing moral dilemmas while having a bombastic adventures through the Marvel Universe with some great cameos The author has a sense for Wade s voice s and understands that there is a moral center within the characterIf only he didn t use so much of the Daniel Way version of Wade.Still a fun intro to the Deadpool character to all the newbies out there

  7. Edward Davies says:

    This is exactly what you d expect from a Deadpool novel, and Petrucha does a pretty good job of handling a character that is so visual in nature True fans of the comics will enjoy this novel, but those who jumped on the bandwagon might find it hard to focus on what is actually happening.

  8. Crymsyn Hart says:

    Boring I just couldn t get into it Mind you, I ve only seen the movies and not read the comics But I like the movies and bought the book for hubby I figured why notHad to struggle to finish it.

  9. Shahana Bibi says:

    If you re a Marvel fan or a Deadpool fan, you ve got to read this It s one hell of a ride Such a fun, light read It ll lighten up your mood make you laugh multiple times So much Deadpool goodness If you re a Marvel fan or a Deadpool fan, you ve got to read this It s one hell of a ride Such a fun, light read It ll lighten up your mood make you laugh multiple times So much Deadpool goodness

  10. C.J. Bunce says:

    Originally published online at BORG.com.When he first wrote a Deadpool tie in novel back in 2015, writer Stefan Petrucha was still a year from the arrival of the movie Deadpool in theaters But he would have known Ryan Reynolds was cast in the title role Either Petrucha had a good idea forecasting Reynolds voice and view of the role, or both the filmmakers and Petrucha had a complete take on the famous merc with a mouth from the comic books Either way for most of the Marvel novel Deadpool P Originally published online at BORG.com.When he first wrote a Deadpool tie in novel back in 2015, writer Stefan Petrucha was still a year from the arrival of the movie Deadpool in theaters But he would have known Ryan Reynolds was cast in the title role Either Petrucha had a good idea forecasting Reynolds voice and view of the role, or both the filmmakers and Petrucha had a complete take on the famous merc with a mouth from the comic books Either way for most of the Marvel novel Deadpool Paws, the author gets Wade Wilson the cancer battling Weapon X experiment who becomes the wisecracking anti hero known as Deadpool exactly right In fact there is only one scene in the novel that would have you step out of the voice of Ryan Reynolds incarnation of the character when Petrucha has Wilson bad mouthing Canada.As part of Marvel and Titan Books release of a series of tie in novels of the Marvel Universe including Civil War, reviewed here at borg.com last month , they have issued a new paperback edition of Deadpool Paws Deadpool Paws combines all the cringeworthy ideas you d expect from a Deadpool tale It s a blend of Ace Venture Pet Detective, John Carpenter s The Thing, John Wick, and a twisted look at Dick and Jane, and, if you are a fan of Deadpool 2, take note You ll find that same balance of over the top humor, in your face action, and inappropriately placed melodrama right here.Whenever an author takes on the job of writing a tie in story for a well known character, and especially when the writer crafts the story in first person, readers will know quickly with even a misfire of one phrase or sentence whether the author knows what he or she is doing If you read a lot of tie ins you can catch the mistakes simply in dialogue But Petrucha who has written tie in series from Nancy Drew Girl Detective to The X Files mastered Deadpool s audacity, raunch, snark, sass, whine, inner monologue, repeated breaking of the fourth wall, and strange charisma, in every action and retort He also throws in as many well placed pop culture references as you d find in an entire season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.The best parts of the novel find Deadpool wrestling with his own inner voice, and the story editor, and some other voice, and evenvoices, and the reader, as he complains about the medium of a prose novel vs the comic book medium As with the movie version of the character, Petrucha supplies dialogue, knowledge, and high brow references that are clearly above and beyond something Wade Wilson could ever come up with somehow writers always do that to Deadpool and it almost seems like part of his trademark style For another character it wouldn t work, and yet for Deadpool Petrucha s choices are right on target.If you don t want to see animals in jeopardy, even genetically engineered mutant dogs that turn into colossal Hulk sized beasts, then definitely walk away from this one For fans of the character that can overlook that part, they ll find this novel to be as compelling as any comic book story in the Marvel catalog It s as true to the character as anything you ve seen before Plus you ll see Deadpool encounter some familiar faces and surprise superhero appearances