Well, it’s been fun and Wade had his time in the spotlight and..huh? Wait a sec….NO! We can do more BUT PLEASE PUT DOWN THAT ROCKET LAUNCHER WADE!! Now be a goo…..BAMMM! Hey folks, Wade here, this Needless guy thinks he can shut me down? Ha! I showed him good! One rocket right up the
Deadpool #1 August 1993 Deadpool has taken over the web site, so I feel compelled to review at least one Deadpool comic. I have to admit, I've never really liked the character. He doesn't seem to have a direction and the humor I've seen is a little too random, and scattershot. Naturally, since I don't collect Deadpool, I had to search one out. I really wanted to review one of his earlier appearances in X-Force, but couldn't find one. Instead, I'm going for the very first comic titled Deadpool, a four-issue mini-series referred to by the story-line's name, The Circle Chase. I've never really read it, so it's new to me, and I suspect, a far cry from today's Deadpool comics. SYNOPSIS: Deadpool is in Sarajevo being stalked by a group of mercenaries, but gets the drop on them and knocks them out, insulting them the entire time. He strides off, regretting that Tolliver has died, since the mercenary business just isn't the same without him. He meets his contact, named Weasel, whom he catches up on his situation, that anyone who ever worked for Tolliver, Deadpool included has a target on their back. He grills weasel for information on Vanessa (aka Copycat) just as Weapon X enters the room to take Deadpool down.
Back in 1997 Marvel released the Merc with a mouth onto the world with his own series. After two successful mini series it was only a matter of time that Deadpool would be rewarded with his own book. If you have not read these books then you need to. I was lucky enough to have
Danny Way had the unenviable task to start the next volume of Deadpool after the cancellation of his previous series where he shared the narrative with Cable.
The official start to the Deadpool solo comic series AND we never looked back! Can you believe this guy has been running strong since 1993? I know it’s a tad crazy but this, my friends, is just the tip of the ole iceberg. Marvel got him going in The New Mutants and Wade had to
Welcome to Deadpool month. To kick things off lets take a look at what started this craze..New Mutants #98! Yeah, this is the first apperance of the might Deadpool and what an expensive modern book we have. This book could run you a few hundred dollars to a couple thousand depending if it’s graded or