Well, it’s time to see after a few months after the release of the first volume whether the second one change up anything at all or not and it didn’t. But in a good way.
Volume two just picks up where volume one left off with the team fighting Thanos and in Deadpool style just goes bad in a very comical way. We do see a very special guest spot from All Might from My Hero Academia, which was cool and from here on out its fallows, the same odd crazy path as it was going from the first book.
There wasn’t anything new about this book other than the All Might guest spot and that’s not a bad thing at all. Like the old saying goes “If it isn’t broken, why fix it,” and this book and series are proof. Deadpool Samurai is available at your local bookstores and online stores as well.