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So far, Doctor Doom has won every round. With an army of indestructible shock troops, a horde of enhanced super-villains, and a new and terrifying level of personal power at his disposal, Doom is ready to crush the Fantastic Four, Storm and the Panthers for good. The only chance our heroes have to survive Doom’s deadly game is to change the rules. Enter: Deadpool.

WRITER: Jonathan Mayberry
PENCILS: Scot Eaton
INKS: Andy Lanning
COLORED BY: Jean-Francois Beaulieu
LETTERED BY: VC - Cory Petit
COVER BY: John Romita JR.

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.0%
Avg Rating: 3.3
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  1. Hmm… Ok.  I’ll get this one.  First one sucked and I didn’t pick up 2 & 3 – but if ‘Pool’s in this one – I’m getting it.

  2. Really now…

  3. Wow, there’s a big divide among comic fans about Deadpool.  I’ve been reading this entire event and I wish the Deadpool WASN’T going to be involved with it.  Oh well…

  4. I’ve loved every issue of this book and I got no problem with Deadpool coming in and causing some havoc.


  5. @zattaric Well im  on the other side of the. I git it because deadpool was going to be in this book and was dissappointed with the last three issues

  6. Well, he wasn’t in this one either… mostly.  Passed.

  7. What? There are actually people buying comics for Deadpool GUEST appearances? He truly is the new Wolverine 🙂


  8. I loved this when it was a simple story of a Wakanda coup d’etat by Doom, with Black Panther and friends retaking their throne. It has drifted off into some sort of whole world about to be in danger from Doom and his new dark magics. They ditched the X-men and brought in the FF. And now they are going to have a wise-cracking Deadpool fighting Doom in Latveria? Sigh.

    I am still pleasantly surprised at the quality of this series (I bought the first issue on a total lark), writing and art, but it has definitely drifted away from awesome with a muddy story that is just too big and difficult to grasp. 

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