Deadpool confronts Uatu once he manages to find him and even manages to kill him thanks to one of Reed's devices, before heading on with his massive killing spree. Notes. No special notes. Trivia. No trivia. See Also Edit. Write your own review of this comic! Discuss Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe Vol 1 1 on the forums; Recommended Reading Edit. None.
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Of all the works, Joe Kelly's has the most side-jokes, walls breaks and other things to make Deadpool Deadpool. Kelly also spends the most time, by far, defining one of arguably the most unique supporting characters in comics, Blind Al. Kelly's writing is unique.
Wadey reappears in Deadpool Kills Deadpool (written by Cullen Bunn and released in 2013) as a member of Evil Deadpool Corps, led by Dreadpool, whose aim was to exterminate alternate versions of Deadpool across the multiverse, including regular Deadpool Corps.
- You saw Deadpool's marriage to the succubus queen Shiklah, now see their first meeting and romance!- The hit series originally presented as a Marvel Infinite Comic makes the leap to the paper medium for the first time!- When Dracula hires Deadpool to...
Deadpool (Wade Winston Wilson) is a fictional antihero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by artist/writer Rob Liefeld and writer Fabian Nicieza, the character first appeared in The New Mutants #98 (cover-dated February 1991).
It's a shame that Secret Invasion was such a miserable crossover, because in the midst of it something wonderful happened that many readers may have missed: Deadpool finally got a series that does justice to the character. Writer Daniel Way captures Deadpool's fractured personality with pitch-perfect madness.
Last year, Cullen Bunn brought us NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEADPOOL, the hit tale of the Merc with the Mouth trapped in the zombie apocalypse. In the end, our hero found a "cure" of sorts to this horrible outbreak-any zombie that ate Deadpool transformed...into another Deadpool. And they lived happily ever after? Not so fast, as Cullen Bunn returns, joined by the amazing artwork of Nicole Virella, to let us know that wandering hordes of Deadpools might just be worse than flesh-hungry walking corpses.
Peter Parker thinks life couldn't get any better - until an explosion at Horizon Labs plummets him (along with Deadpool and Hulk) into another dimension where the Amazing-Spider is the world's most powerful and beloved hero, and Peter Parker is a billionaire mogul playboy (with surprises in his supporting cast).