The Unbelievable Gwenpool #15 Review: The Case Has Been Made- Please Create "Gwenpool Team-Up!"

The Unbelievable Gwenpool #15 continues the hijinks with Gwenpool, Cecil, and special guest stars Kate Bishop and Robbie Reyes. You might recognize them as the real Hawkeye and Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s vengeance-bringer, respectively. As the second part in a two-part crossover story, it's pretty solid. Christopher Hastings does an excellent job with Hawkeye's dry sarcasm, especially when confronted with Gwen's comic book ramblings. I wish that the arc was longer simply so we could see more from the unique pairing.

I want to see the wacky shenanigans from Gwen and Hawkeye briefly sharing an apartment. Which one is Felix? Who's Oscar? Did Gwen celebrate about touching a comic book character's floor, creeping Kate out?
In addition, the story also introduces some fascinating new characters to the Marvel universe, such as a cool historian. She's an expert in Scandinavian lore and enthused about her passions to the point of being very nerdy about them. Not that there's anything wrong with that, of course. My SNL articles prove that I'm a huge comedy nerd. I don't know if she'll appear again, but Big Ronnie has become a recurring character, so you never know. I also appreciate the fascinating change to Cecil's status quo.

Not awkward at all. NOPE.
I also really like Myisha Hayne's work on the comic. Her artwork is perfectly goofy for the comic, almost making the characters look like animated cartoons in some areas. Simultaneously, her interpretation of Eli is satisfying spooky, showing a diverse range of talent. Really, my only complaint with the issue would be the meta-textual references to Ghost Rider's own dearly-departed comic. Then again, I realize that it would be hard to change any references quickly, but it's still disappointing.

The Unbelievable Gwenpool #15 is written by Christopher Hastings, drawn by Myisha Haynes, colored by Rachelle Rosenberg, and lettered by VC's Clayton Cowles. You can find it at your local comic book shop.

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