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#1 Posted by HellknightLeon (69 posts) - - Show Bio

Awesome job as always! The best of the best stuff... stuff.

#2 Posted by longbowhunter (6805 posts) - - Show Bio

I bought sooo many Marvel books last week and read even more. Just wanna say Fraction is on a role. Also loved the Deadpool and Evan moment in UXF.

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#3 Posted by Cavemold (1676 posts) - - Show Bio

where was the flamingo fire croutch scene...

#4 Posted by Mr_Athrilla (82 posts) - - Show Bio

@longbowhunter: same with me. I've never been a Deadpool fan but that scene with Even was just too good.

#5 Posted by longbowhunter (6805 posts) - - Show Bio

@Mr_Athrilla: I've always liked Deadpool even though he is a bit of a one trick pony. I think Remender really gave that character some much needed development in the pages of Uncanny X-Force.

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#6 Posted by Nefilim927 (357 posts) - - Show Bio

That shirt is 10 kinds of awesome

#7 Posted by deadpool25mm (579 posts) - - Show Bio

HH nice ! lol

#8 Posted by Trevel8182 (751 posts) - - Show Bio

Love the Deadpool one!

#9 Posted by new_onslaught (53 posts) - - Show Bio

@G-man: The swords in WW#15 came from her bracelets. Hephaestus did something to them earlier in the issue.

#10 Posted by CrashBang (120 posts) - - Show Bio

@new_onslaught said:

@G-man: The swords in WW#15 came from her bracelets. Hephaestus did something to them earlier in the issue.

Yup, he appears and tinkers with them. What's why she's so surprised when the swords appear; she didn't have a clue what the tinkering would do. Answer: swords!

#11 Posted by G-Man (30672 posts) - - Show Bio

@new_onslaught: @CrashBang: That's why I added the note about there being some sort of explanation. I still say it's weird that back in JUSTICE LEAGUE, there was no explanation or scene of the sword appearing. It was just there in the next panel.

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#12 Posted by mosnterduc1000 (38 posts) - - Show Bio

Good stuff, but why do you handle your books like that. Precious treasures each and every one of them!

#13 Posted by derf_jenkins (363 posts) - - Show Bio

Best use of Capt Americas shield is to cook...glad I dropped this.

#14 Posted by Cavemold (1676 posts) - - Show Bio

@longbowhunter said:

@Mr_Athrilla: I've always liked Deadpool even though he is a bit of a one trick pony. I think Remender really gave that character some much needed development in the pages of Uncanny X-Force.

#15 Posted by MadeinBangladesh (6155 posts) - - Show Bio

I bet hawkguy "reads" Playguy.

#16 Posted by Fantasgasmic (1071 posts) - - Show Bio

The "SWORDS!" moment is only kinda funny because you can see the bottom of the page when she magics the swords out of thin air as Tony's complaining about it.

#17 Posted by Jawshco (242 posts) - - Show Bio

@G-man Love that Jawesome shirt Tony! That's one of my favorites.

#18 Posted by RedheadedAtrocitus (6885 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm confused, I thought Miles Morales bats for the other team? And Playguy Magazine, lol gotta love the ways in which comics try to prevent brand name violations.

#19 Posted by The Mast (781 posts) - - Show Bio

@longbowhunter said:

@Mr_Athrilla: I've always liked Deadpool even though he is a bit of a one trick pony. I think Remender really gave that character some much needed development in the pages of Uncanny X-Force.

He didn't, though.

It just seems like it because we've had Way and Gischler making him a rotten joke since God knows when. He was never this ridiculous when Joe Kelly had him. He was a reasonably muscular, self-aware, corrosively witty lethal mercenary who was feared.

This is only amazing development compared to what we've had since Way.

#20 Posted by ravisher (673 posts) - - Show Bio

i read the comic and missed noticing the proof that miles is not homosexual like people thought he would be until now

#21 Posted by longbowhunter (6805 posts) - - Show Bio

@The Mast: Yes, he was a multifaceted character under the pen of Joe Kelly. My favorite story is still the '98 Deadpool and Death annual. But have you seen anyone write Wade as well since then? Remender might not have reinvented the wheel, but he damn sure reminded everyone of its potential.

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#22 Edited by MarvelMan1985 (152 posts) - - Show Bio

@ 4.40, You do know that cover from X-men: Legacy is taken from work of the classic Dutch artist M.C. Escher right?

#23 Posted by CubicTurtle (24 posts) - - Show Bio

The Deadpool part. Brilliant  xD! Gotta get me some new Deadpool. I miss it : (

#24 Posted by Cafeterialoca (1503 posts) - - Show Bio

@longbowhunter said:

@The Mast: Yes, he was a multifaceted character under the pen of Joe Kelly. My favorite story is still the '98 Deadpool and Death annual. But have you seen anyone write Wade as well since then? Remender might not have reinvented the wheel, but he damn sure reminded everyone of its potential.

It's a shame he went from a character with depth to "LOL, MEME MAN! RECYCLING MEMES FROM THE INTERNET!! XD!!!!"

It really pains me how much Deadpool is just any joke the writer can think of man now.

#25 Posted by longbowhunter (6805 posts) - - Show Bio

@Cafeterialoca: Agreed. Personally I cant stand flash-in-the-pan pop culture and memes. They tend to leave a dated aftertaste on anything they touch. Deadpool has been the neutered clown of the 616 for too long.

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#26 Posted by The Mast (781 posts) - - Show Bio

@longbowhunter said:

@The Mast: Yes, he was a multifaceted character under the pen of Joe Kelly. My favorite story is still the '98 Deadpool and Death annual. But have you seen anyone write Wade as well since then? Remender might not have reinvented the wheel, but he damn sure reminded everyone of its potential.

Duane Swierczynski.

#27 Posted by Cafeterialoca (1503 posts) - - Show Bio

@longbowhunter said:

@Cafeterialoca: Agreed. Personally I cant stand flash-in-the-pan pop culture and memes. They tend to leave a dated aftertaste on anything they touch. Deadpool has been the neutered clown of the 616 for too long.

That, and they just make the character become increasingly tired.

Remember when Deadpool had at least 5 books coming out and now they all fell apart?

It also bothers me how resistant Marvel is to building a supporting cast to Deadpool. Hell, I think people would be shock when they find out who Copycat was and how that was a serious element in Deadpool's life.

#28 Posted by Queso6p4 (1430 posts) - - Show Bio

That was one of the most fun Best Of videos. That last one had me cracking up.

#29 Posted by derrickburbee (8 posts) - - Show Bio

I love seeing Deadpool killed. It is always interesting when he comes back.