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Deadpool Kills Deadpool (Deadpool (Unnumbered)) Paperback – December 17, 2013

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Book 3 of 3 in the Deadpool Killogy Series

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Deadpools from multiple realities face off against each other in what might be the quippiest rumble in comic-book history. Lifelong fans of the salty mutant won’t need more persuasion than that. For the rest of us, Deadpool Kills Deadpool is the final installment in Bunn and Espin’s Deadpool Killogy (following Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe, 2012, and Deadpool Killustrated, 2013). A malicious Deadpool from an alternate reality has decided to wipe all other incarnations from existence (even fan-favorites Kidpool, Dogpool, and the new Pandapool), and the original Deadpool is willing to recruit every other version of himself (all wearing the same outfit, no less) to stop him. Bunn has crafted a funny, edgy, and surprisingly touching saga in his Deadpool run, mastering the ability to break the fourth wall in classic snarky Deadpool style. Espin’s art may look flat on the surface, but his ability to show emotion on constantly masked characters is surprising and fresh. Hand to fans of Jason Aaron’s Wolverine and the X-Men (2012) or Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn’s Deadpool: Dead Presidents (2013). --Ben Spanner

About the Author

Writer Cullen Bunn's first work in comics was with artist collaborator Brian Hurtt on Oni Press's noir/horror comic The Damned and the follow-up series The Damned: Prodigal Sons, and The Sixth Gun. Bunn's early Marvel work included contributions to Immortal Weapons and Deadpool Team-Up, followed by work on miniseries Fear Itself: The Deep, Fear Itself: The Fearless and Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe. In addition to solo turns on series Wolverine and Captain America and..., Bunn has co-written Captain America with Ed Brubaker and Venom with Rick Remender, whom he later succeeded as writer.
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Product Details

  • Series: Deadpool (Unnumbered)
  • Paperback: 1 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel (December 17, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785184937
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785184935
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 0.2 x 10.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,993 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Deadpool Kills Deadpool is a great end to Bunn's wickedly crazy Deadpool Kills trilogy. This is without question one of the zaniest Deadpool stories, pining our beloved antihero up against a seemingly infinite number of Deadpool's from other dimensions, that's right, all 31 Baskin Robbins flavors (also a panda) in one story. You couldn't imagine the chaos if you tried. I guess the one negative thing I could say about this book is that it's too short, but better to be short and sweet than long and tiring.
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What makes Deadpool Kills Deadpool so much better than Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe and Deadpool Killustrated is the dark twisted comical dialogue is coming from left in right instead of one Deadpool doing all the funny talking. I became an instant fan of a new member of the Deadpool Corps, his name is Pandapool. Cullen Bunn is a genius writer and should write more Deadpool stories from now on. Great read and awesome artwork:)
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another fantastic installment to the ongoing world of our favorite non-mutant who regularly holds his own with all these x-gene enhanced, gamma-enhanced or cosmic-ray influenced . . . well you get it.
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This book has some amazing artwork and spectacular writing by Cullen Bunn. Although it may not be as good as Killustrated, it is definitely a great book worth buying and is better than kills the Marvel universe.
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I absolutely loevd this comic. It's full of wacky WTF-ery and good old fashioned, insensible, ridiculous Deadpool fun - with more Deadpool! (And more. And MORE. Pandapool, seriously? Hurrah for a return of Pulp Pool, too!) There were fleeting moments of both meaningful and non-meaningful philosophizing (as Wade is so inclined to do - all versions of Wade) that broke up the nutty hijinks in just the right way, I was quite engaged by the villain, and the art suited the story perfectly - clean, clean bright, strong colours, strong lines. The art is expressive and fun without being too stylistic, which I think would have made the story too much; as is, Espin's art is a perfect complement.
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I cannot understate how much I loved this story. I will give nothing away about plot or jokes, but this was exactly what I wanted it to be.

This concluded the "Killogy" and while part 1 started well, the second piece fell a little shot for me. Kind of like a joke that takes too long to get to the punchline.

But part 3? This was a work of art.
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The title starts in a shocking enough manner - we have a leather-clad Deadpool finally killing Headpool (you know, the head of the zombie version of Deadpool) by exploding the skull in a microwave. But there's no reasoning behind the killing provided at the time - you just see that this is one Deadpool which won't come back with a wisecrack.

Elsewhere, we have our primary Earth-616 Deadpool battling a giant robot. He's a little underclassed until Lady Deadpool and the rest of the Deadpool Corps (sans Headpool) show up to join the battle. But they didn't exactly arrive just to help him - they came to warn him that different Deadpools in the different universes are being killed. And just to demonstrate this point, other Deadpools arrive and manage to kill Dogpool and Golden Age Deadpool. Now the remnants of the Deadpool Corps need to figure out who is trying to kill all the Deadpools across all realities, and their only companion of sorts is an atypical Watcher who had been assigned to observe all the Deadpools across all the universes.

As much as this title is part of the whole trilogy of titles, it did feel like quite the shift since our sort of POV character is now Earth 616 Deadpool instead of the darker Deadpool that started the whole story. And while we like the "main" Deadpool crew, there is that feeling that we didn't have to keep the big villain such a "mystery" since the book is still part of the overall trilogy. It was maybe a surprise to Earth 616 Deadpool and his team, but not to us as readers, at least not by far.

Naturally there's a lot of gratuitous violence in this comic and given we've escalated matters to Deadpools killing other Deadpools, they had to invent some exotic plot device weapons to defeat his healing factor.
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Deadpool must face the Deadpool's from every universe imaginable. It comes down to the good Deadpool's vs the bad Deadpool's. And there is every type of Deadpool you can think of: dogpool, robot Deadpool's, female Deadpool's, Pandapool, Wloverine Deadpool, EVERY version you can imagine. All with a Watcher that is not playing fair with either side. There are awesome battles with a lot of twist everywhere. Los of incredible versions of Deadpool, way too many to list here. If you are a Deadpool fan you should like this book.
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