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Deadpool: The Ones With Deadpool Paperback – February 10, 2015
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--Deadpool Bi-Annual #1
--Death of Wolverine: Deadpool & Captain America #1
Bonus: 3 pages of variant cover art
This volume collects various standalone issues which leads to a bit of mixed bag. Fortunately the stories are usually good and sometimes very good!
Deadpool Annual #1 contends for the best issue in the collection. Annual #1 is situated between Deadpool - Volume 1: Secret Invasion and Deadpool, Vol. 1: Dead Presidents and reveals the backstory behind the white thought captions that appear in panels of Deadpool comics. The insane, madcap, and slightly bittersweet story of the visualization of split personalities guest stars Thor, Luke Cage, as well as Daredevil set against a thoughtful reflection on New York City. 5-star story
Deadpool Annual #2 is a solid entry especially for Spider-Man fans. Spidey and Deadpool team up to foil the Chameleon. This issue is a classic team-up and was especially memorable for the costume swapping antics. 4-star story
Bi-Annual #1 stumbled significantly when Deadpool is hired to defend the Marvel-verse version of Sea World from a "Brute Force" (a nano-tech powered group of animals that liberate regular animals from Sea World). For this reader, the humor fell flat and the action seemed especially unimportant. Agent Coulson and the nod to TV's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 1 save this issue from total failure. 2-star story.
Death of Wolverine: Deadpool & Captain America #1. The tie-in with Death of Wolverine works brilliantly (if you read the Death of Wolverine series). Deadpool and Cap are scouring Wolverine's DNA to make sure no nefarious forces attempt to resurrect Wolverine for evil purposes. A covert op against an AIM facility in Moscow centers the issue and the Cap/Deadpool team-up is funny. The issue pays tribute to Wolverine's memory. The ending of this issue is not to be missed! 5-star story.
This collection is for the Deadpool fans out there. There is no overarching story to tie these issues together, but each issue generally offers fans of Deadpool something entertaining. Marvel fans who read Wolverine or other X-Men titles will want to read the "Death of Wolverine" tie-in.