Not shabby at all. I disliked the idea that Deadpoool could be zombified (I mean, he out of all marvel characters shoulda been able to ward it off right) but at least the REAL Deadpool isn't taking any crap from that ugly head.
Well, that depends on how the zombification works, doesn't it? If it acts as a part of his own natural bio-chemistry-- like his cancer-- then there's nothing really to heal is there? Plus, becoming a zombie is sort of like gaining a healing factor in it's own right, isn't it? So maybe it works together with his already existing healing power. Plus the fact that Deadpool died already when he first got his powers, he might actually be MORE susceptible to zombification than others. And even if he couldn't turn into a zombie, that doesn't mean he wouldn't ACT like he was one. . . I mean, come on, this is Deadpool we're talking about
I never forgot that! He's not dead, is he? But, um, I do believe you're taking Marvel zombies far more seriously than was ever intended. . . At this point they're cyborg mutant zombies who are trying to take over an alternate dimension of super-apes. If you're thinking about it, you're doing it wrong
But, um, I do believe you're taking Marvel zombies far more seriously than was ever intended. . .
I heartily disagree. I don't know if Kirkman realizes it, but the whole thing (in addition to being an indictement of contemporary comics on the grounds of good taste alone) is also a rather disturbing meta-commentary (intentional or otherwise) on Marvel Comics' (and the comics industry in general's) cannibalistic tendencies.