Hawkeye vs Deadpool (2014) 1 | Comics | Marvel.com
On Friday, February 12, Ryan Reynolds will get the ultimate mulligan as Marvel ’s Merc with a Mouth gets his own solo movie (following a disastrous turn in X-Men Origins: Wolverine ). Judging from the early trailers and the off-the-wall marketing

On Friday, February 12, Ryan Reynolds will get the ultimate mulligan as Marvel ’s Merc with a Mouth gets his own solo movie (following a disastrous turn in X-Men Origins: Wolverine ). Judging from the early trailers and the off-the-wall marketing campaign , it seems like Reynolds and 20th Century Fox have gotten Deadpool right this time.

In anticipation for the Deadpool movie, Marvel is flooding comic shops and bookstores with reprints of Deadpool comics. It can be a daunting task for a new fan to figure out where to start! Although a quick rule of thumb is to start with the Joe Kelly classic Deadpool in paperback or the hardcover omnibus that collects his entire run.

Ahead of Deadpool’s release, ComingSoon.net has composed a list of the 10 best Deadpool comics. Share your own favorite Deadpool comics adventures in the comment section below!

• Once upon a time, champions emerged to fight evil plaguing humanity. They fought for salvation, for all that is good in the world -- and they won. They were kind, generous and self-sacrificing. They were heroes.

• Meet Hawkeye: Ladies man (“ladies man” because the ladies love to hate this man), crossbow crusader and, most importantly, Avenger. He’s the only guy on the team without any powers, though, so cut him a little slack.

• Then there’s Deadpool (MR. Deadpool to you, skippy) -- the regeneratin’ degenerate. You can shoot him, stab him, and make with the punchy-punchy right in his face, but nothing can keep the Merc with a Mouth down.

On Friday, February 12, Ryan Reynolds will get the ultimate mulligan as Marvel ’s Merc with a Mouth gets his own solo movie (following a disastrous turn in X-Men Origins: Wolverine ). Judging from the early trailers and the off-the-wall marketing campaign , it seems like Reynolds and 20th Century Fox have gotten Deadpool right this time.

In anticipation for the Deadpool movie, Marvel is flooding comic shops and bookstores with reprints of Deadpool comics. It can be a daunting task for a new fan to figure out where to start! Although a quick rule of thumb is to start with the Joe Kelly classic Deadpool in paperback or the hardcover omnibus that collects his entire run.

Ahead of Deadpool’s release, ComingSoon.net has composed a list of the 10 best Deadpool comics. Share your own favorite Deadpool comics adventures in the comment section below!

On Friday, February 12, Ryan Reynolds will get the ultimate mulligan as Marvel ’s Merc with a Mouth gets his own solo movie (following a disastrous turn in X-Men Origins: Wolverine ). Judging from the early trailers and the off-the-wall marketing campaign , it seems like Reynolds and 20th Century Fox have gotten Deadpool right this time.

In anticipation for the Deadpool movie, Marvel is flooding comic shops and bookstores with reprints of Deadpool comics. It can be a daunting task for a new fan to figure out where to start! Although a quick rule of thumb is to start with the Joe Kelly classic Deadpool in paperback or the hardcover omnibus that collects his entire run.

Ahead of Deadpool’s release, ComingSoon.net has composed a list of the 10 best Deadpool comics. Share your own favorite Deadpool comics adventures in the comment section below!

• Once upon a time, champions emerged to fight evil plaguing humanity. They fought for salvation, for all that is good in the world -- and they won. They were kind, generous and self-sacrificing. They were heroes.

• Meet Hawkeye: Ladies man (“ladies man” because the ladies love to hate this man), crossbow crusader and, most importantly, Avenger. He’s the only guy on the team without any powers, though, so cut him a little slack.

• Then there’s Deadpool (MR. Deadpool to you, skippy) -- the regeneratin’ degenerate. You can shoot him, stab him, and make with the punchy-punchy right in his face, but nothing can keep the Merc with a Mouth down.

Deadpool is a comic book anti-hero in the Marvel Comics Universe . Since 1993 he has starred in several ongoing series , as well as a number of limited series and one-shots . [1] [2]

There seems to be some sort of unwritten rule that Marvel always needs to have a Deadpool vs. [Insert Character Here] miniseries on the stands at all times. Now that Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe Again has ended, it falls on Old Man Logan to keep the Merc With a Mouth occupied. There's a real sense of diminishing returns with these crossover adventures, and Deadpool vs. Old Man Logan #1 does little to revive a stale formula.

Neither that mission nor the characterization do much to add extra flavor to the straightforward premise. This issue does nothing new with the idea of an X-Man racing against a shadowy government group to retrieve a newly manifested mutant. The humor level is also pretty weak, with Wade's dialogue consisting mainly of lame puns and one-liners. There's nothing about the story that's overtly bad, but so much of it seems overly bland and familiar.

Unfortunately, Deadpool vs. Old Man Logan does little to stand out in a sea of Deadpool crossover comics. This first issue does little to tap into the meat of the Deadpool/Wolverine dynamic. Nor does it showcase Wade's comedic side particularly well. And while the art style is a great fit, the storytelling is riddled with a number of flaws that hinder the flow of the issue. There's a lot of potential to this team-up that isn't being utilized here.

On Friday, February 12, Ryan Reynolds will get the ultimate mulligan as Marvel ’s Merc with a Mouth gets his own solo movie (following a disastrous turn in X-Men Origins: Wolverine ). Judging from the early trailers and the off-the-wall marketing campaign , it seems like Reynolds and 20th Century Fox have gotten Deadpool right this time.

In anticipation for the Deadpool movie, Marvel is flooding comic shops and bookstores with reprints of Deadpool comics. It can be a daunting task for a new fan to figure out where to start! Although a quick rule of thumb is to start with the Joe Kelly classic Deadpool in paperback or the hardcover omnibus that collects his entire run.

Ahead of Deadpool’s release, ComingSoon.net has composed a list of the 10 best Deadpool comics. Share your own favorite Deadpool comics adventures in the comment section below!

• Once upon a time, champions emerged to fight evil plaguing humanity. They fought for salvation, for all that is good in the world -- and they won. They were kind, generous and self-sacrificing. They were heroes.

• Meet Hawkeye: Ladies man (“ladies man” because the ladies love to hate this man), crossbow crusader and, most importantly, Avenger. He’s the only guy on the team without any powers, though, so cut him a little slack.

• Then there’s Deadpool (MR. Deadpool to you, skippy) -- the regeneratin’ degenerate. You can shoot him, stab him, and make with the punchy-punchy right in his face, but nothing can keep the Merc with a Mouth down.

Deadpool is a comic book anti-hero in the Marvel Comics Universe . Since 1993 he has starred in several ongoing series , as well as a number of limited series and one-shots . [1] [2]

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