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Deadpool has ceased to exist, he’s given his good-byes, he’s driven his car into the ocean. They’ll think he’s dead, but he’ll sail away. Then, he becomes a pirate!

After getting paid by Bullseye, Deadpool bought a boat with lots of guns attatched to it. Also he sent a message to Bob saying that they're going to be pirates. Bob came to see Deadpool and he tried to kiss him but Deadpool pushed him away. Deadpool tells Bob that there's this island where all the richest people go and they have no defenses. Deadpool then made Bob his parrot and would beat Bob with a stick if he didn't talk like a parrot. When they got to the island Bob got scurvy so Deadpool decided to take Bob to a vet. Deadpool then met a beautiful blind tour guide. Deadpool went into a hallucination and while that was happening Bob asked the tour guide where a doctor was. After that real pirates came and were shooting up the place. The tour guide then said they need help. Bob thinks quick and said since Deadpool is super rich he'll do it for free. Deadpool mad he decided to do it if she joins his crew as navigator, and to cover her ears for 5 minutes while holding a stick.







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2.75 stars 2.75/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews


I've been reading Deadpool for years and years and Daniel Way's take on the character has seemed very mediocre to me. But then he surprised me with he Bullseye story arc. That was the best story arc I've read in a long time for everyone's favorite mercenary. I read issue 10 and Daniel Way won me over and he kept it up pretty much all of the way throughout the story arc.  But then he followed it with this incredibly bland and witless issue. I'm glad he brought Bob back. He kind of left that ambig...

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OfF to be a pirate 0

 Okay, so Deadpool is incredibly rich, and he buys a boat so he can become a pirate. With that bit of silliness, the writing goes out the window. This is the roblem when a character becomes very popular. Instead of getting stories about the character. You get books about what the creators think you want.  It's a hard row to hoe for sure, but that is what seperates the good franchises from the bad. Thankfully in comicsthere is usually a next month to redeem yourself, but since this is at least a ...

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