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If it's crazy Kung Fu action you love then you've hit the jackpot! Deadpool and the Immortal Iron Fist grudgingly team up to put a stop to an ancient and villainous warlord. Iron Fist wants him captured, Deadpool wants him dead. Can the two work it out in time or will Deadpool have to take down Iron Fist as well just to secure his payday? Villainous villains, crazy Kung Fu and more yellow slippers than you can shake a stick at. This one's got it all!

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The Merc & The Fist 0

Synopsis: In this issue Deadpool teams up with Danny Rand aka Iron Fist to take down a centuries old villain.  The Good:   The Art!  Nick Dragotta's art in this issue is really spectacular. I flipped through a few pages at my LCS and was immediately hooked. I wasn't familiar with much of his work beforehand but I am definitely a fan now.   The Action: We start out with Deadpool surrounded by a group of armed thugs. After feeling slighted (Deadpool was upset because they thought he was Spider-Man...

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I'll keep this short and sweet, but still try to provide some insight.  Deadpool Team - Up sucks, it's the second worse Deadpool series out there (behind The Deadpool Corps), while it has had a few good issues it's all pretty much the same. Deadpool meets hero, they fight, they team up, they fight bad guy, the end. Repeat that same formula over and over again and you have the entire Deadpool Team-Up series.  No character development, no substance, no good.  I gotta give props to Shane McCarthy f...

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