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• Finale of epic DEAD storyline!

• Does Deadpool get his wish and die?

• Do you expect us to spoil the ending in a solicit?

Story by Daniel Way
Art by Ale Garza & Sean Parsons
Colors by Dommo Sanchez Amara
Letters by Joe Sabino
Cover by Dave Johnson

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  1. I guarantee Deadpool is going to realize he has a lot to live for and the series will continue

  2. Its been a great arc but i was only on board for this one quick run. Maybee if someone other than daniel way writes this i’ll be back (my votes for dan slott!)

    • Ya i also just jumped on for this arc after being intrigued by the first issue but honestly it just has kept getting crappier in my opinion so i as well am finishing with this one with little chance on returning.

  3. I might jump back on this series next issue.

    I’ve heard good things about this arc so that’s enough for me to give it a shot again.

  4. I was gonna drop Deadpool after this story arc ended, but now I don’t know if I want to. Deadpool comics have a history of being really immature, with the occasional good story line and badassery. Those few good comics have been really good, and never have there been so many in a row before this Dead arc. They’ve got a good chance to develop the character after this issue too. The best part of these has been the art though. Huge panels and cool looking characters. I’m gonna look at the preview of next issue, and if the same artist is staying on I probably won’t drop this.

    • Shawn Crystal’s doing the pencils. He has a sort of Scottie Young vibe going for him- his women are gorgeous. It also might be worth sticking around to see where they go with the whole “Deadpool minus the powers” thing.

  5. I’ve been on the fence about dropping this book ever since the arc in the mental hospital in England. I was on-board for the “Dead” arc but after reading this last issue I’ve decided to drop it. The reason I started reading Deadpool in the first place was that it was always good for a laugh and I could count on some solid, bad ass action. The main draw for me was Deadpool as a kind of a lovable idiot. His healing factor power made it so you could put him through anything, which created a world of possibilities. Without that, the character has no draw for me. I don’t read Deadpool for character development. I get plenty of that in books like B.P.R.D. and Brubaker/Phillps stories. I really have no interest in seeing what he does without his healing factor. Get back to me when Deadpool goes back to his roots of blowing things up coupled with witty one-liners and hilarious internal dialog.

    • Some would say the opposite- that his healing factor actually made things boring. You see, the real problem with Daniel Way isn’t his writing. The real problem is that he has to try to please two different groups of people who want two very different things out of Deadpool.

      Not that I’m bashing keithgrauman or anything. This isn’t the kind of thing you can be right or wrong about- it’s a matter of personal taste. He merely illustrates my point, a contrast to those who blast D. Way’s Deadpool because it lacks heavy character developement (or has in the past).

      Some people want character developement. Some people thing it gets in the way. Some like him crazy. Others like him merely misunderstood. Others think he’s a secret genius, others think he should be a complete idiot.

      Myself? I’m half and half. I’m willing to give this new direction a chance, and in fact I think it will be interesting.

  6. I really liked seeing a all new all hadsome Deadpool for once! Hopefully he can stay this way for a little while, I would like to see his success with the ladies for a change be a positive!! We all need a little love every now and again; even old french fried grease face!! I enjoyed yet another fine issue of Deadpool and can’t wait to read reborn next month!!


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