Fabian really blew me away with this issue.
Starting off with your usual witty recap page (god am I getting sick of the same one over and over in these tie-ins). We get into some good ol' fashioned fighting between Wade and Cable, ending in Cable's "gravimetric" (that is SO made up) field coming online and Deadpool being stuck in midair...about to have the Backstreet Boys beemed in his head (EVIL, EVIL MAN!)
The day is saved (I guess) as the Secret Service starts to fire at Cable, though not you know...hurting him cause of GRAVITY! The President tells them to hold their fire and that Cable was probably only here to talk. They get into a nice and *gasp* reasonable argument about the law. Cable tells the President he wasn't elected and doesn't think he is better than anyone else, but someone has to lead and he hopes the President will follow him. The President calls him to the carpet saying that that right there is WHY we need registration, and they regulate nukes so why not people with that kind of power (excellent visual of the Secret Service being held in midair while he says this, then Cable releasing them). Cable goes on to say that this will only keep on eye on him, but when they start telling him what to do and putting a gun to their head "rebellion becomes self-defense". They part ways with each one having the other actually consider their points *double gasp* Cable bodyslides with Wade out.
Flash over to Providence where media reaction is taking place (supposedly an LMD of the President was programmed to provoke Cable...riiiight). Got some screens with McNivens art on there too, what's the 2nd one with the hippies in front of the white house? I don't remember that. Those guys are bla blaing about Nate never losing his cool.
And they bodyslid over to One World Church in France. Where Cable kicks his ass and ties him up with duct tape again. Deadpool gets free and threatens some people in the church, but WAIT Cable was broadcasting this the whole time to give registration a bad name. They bodyslide back to Manhattan, Cable gives Deadpool a chance to finish him off but Wade tells him he won the battle and not the war and they part ways.
The best stuff though were some of Deadpools lines, no not the funny ones even but serious ones! Best being a scene where he actually loses the yellow text balloon for a panel (wha..huh!?). He says: "Yeah, Nate, I get it, Okay? I get all of it. We're not all totally stupid, you know. We do what we think is best but good ol' Nate Askani'son Geshundeiht, boy savior from the future he always --ALWAYS -- knows what's best. Playing the part of the idiot is fun most of the time Nate, but you know when it stops being a yuk-fest--? When you start believing it's true!"
Another one: "What mistake? For the first time in ten years I get the chance to be legit -- to make a difference in something that matters -- and you took it away!"
Yeah the "funny" comic blows out of the water all the so called serious ones this issue.