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Deadpool Kills Deadpool (Deadpool (Unnumbered)) Paperback – December 17, 2013
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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.
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.Read more ›
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I enjoyed "Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe" much more than this one. This book doesn't have a strong storyline. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Justin
A great conclusion to the Killogy story arch. Personally, 'Deadpool Killustrated' was my favorite of the three but this was a lot of (dark, nasty) fun.Published 28 days ago by King Jay
One of the greatest and grittiest deadpool stores I have ever read! I love the inclusion of the many dead pools from alternate universes. Especially panda pool and pool the duck. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Stupid. All dumb. Made no sense. Blah blah blah blah :( a b c x y z 1 2 3Published 2 months ago by James Dumas
I liked this but it wasn't like ii expected. The adding of the massive amount of deadpool was a bit odd.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer