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By now, you must realize that there's nothing that Deadpool would never do, right? "Wrong," you say? Well, guess what? Deadpool is now Weasel's sidekick. Deal with it. It's the Heroic Age!

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Review: Deadpool #24 0

After stealing the House ( Weasel)'s thunder as Wild Card, Deadpool opts to help his old pal out by swapping identities to make him look better to his big casino bosses.The Good The single fact that this issue's entire plot revolves around Deadpool playing the most elaborate prank (or double-cross, take your pick) on Weasel earns it high marks from me. As I've said, I was a huge fan of the "classic" Joe Kelly run and I was glad to see these two crooks' relationship is st...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Poor Weasel...oh well... 0

I don't know what to think about this issue, I'm really glad that Weasel is returning and that Daniel Way is starting to actually dive more into Deadpool's side characters and understand that it's Deadpool's sidekicks that make him funny and not those silly voices in his head.   THE GOOD  Weasel is like a breath of fresh air to this series, the series was going down hill fast but with Weasel's appearance it's starting to climb in quailty. I'm so glad to see Weasel again mainly because I was afra...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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