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You may have heard there’s a Deadpool movie in the works. Anyway, Wade Wilson’s heard the same thing — and he’s determined to tell his own story before Hollywood screws it up. Deadpool even hires his own screenwriter, who manages to get the Merc With a Mouth to open up like never before—revealing not only his origin story, but shocking details you’ve never heard before. We’re talking Oscar™ -worthy stuff here, people. That is, unless Hollywood manages to screw it up anyway…

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Good ol' fashioned Deadpool Comedy 0

      Another stereotypical deadpool comic. One crampacked with satir and comedy from none other than the crimson comedian, the regenerating degenerate, the merc with a mouth, deadpool. It promises in on the origins factor, giving an indepth look at the shrouded past of wade wilson, revealing aspects not none to most marvel fans. Yet alot fans can't help but feel that this is just a promotional ploy to entice peoples intrest in the character due to movie expectations. Most fans are fimiliar wit...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Deadpool we know and love. 0

I've always been a fan of Deadpool, he was probably the first character that got me into comics and he's had his fair bit of good writers (Joe Kelly, Duane Swierczynski) and bad writers (Jimmy Palmioti, Daniel Way) but he's always had some bit of attraction to me, something that always dragged me in. Well there is a lot of that here in this one issue.   The beginning of the book is actually really hilarious, with Deadpool interviewing some screenwriters for his upcoming Deadpool movie staring Ry...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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