You Love Me, You Really Love Me…Deadpool is the Must See Hero of 2009

It's me, Deadpool, with a special message for all my fans

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As Told To Rich Rodrigues. Critics and fans alike finally realize that I, Deadpool, the crimson comedian, the merc with a mouth, the crazy guy with guns, am a smash hit! My issues sold out in DEADPOOL: SUICIDE KINGS, with art by Carlo Barberi and written by the very talented "Entourage" writer, Mike Benson (Me and Johnny Drama would make an awesome team, not now, I'm praising myself). My one-shot sold out in DEADPOOL: GAMES OF DEATH, written by Mike Benson (Man, this guy loves me, shhh!), and art provided by the stylish Sean Crystal. My issues sell out in my ongoing series which features art from Paco Medina (As if I'm hard to draw with a figure like this…well played) and the compelling, thrilling, shocking, no-holds-barred writing of… (Daniel Way) Daniel Way! Basically, my Marvel minions, I'm your savior; you love me, and want me featured in every single comic (Like Wolverine?) I'm even going to star in my own movie (Bruno? No!). You know what, Marvel Universe, I love you too (Me too!). See what everyone is saying about your idol, Wade Wilson: "[DEADPOOL] is my favorite current Marvel title. [DEADPOOL] is a shot of chaos, an injection of levity that keeps the comic book fan in us honest." – Jay Tomio, Bscreview.com (He said that…about me. 'sniff') "If you haven't been following DEADPOOL, you should really be ashamed of yourself…Few mainstream comedy comics have ever been this clever and funny." – Steven M. Bari, Comicsbulletin.com (You heard him, be ashamed!) "Combined with great writing, DEADPOOL is one of the few books I really still look forward to." – Scott A. Williams, Comixtreme.com (Awww) "Hilarious…colorful, off-the-wall action." – Jesse Schedeen, IGN.com Marvel and I urge (or threaten) retailers to check their orders on all Deadpool-related issues, as they continue to generate significant praise and quick sell outs. What is my next target in the Marvel U? Will I ever get paid, seriously? Catch me in all my spandex glory as I ravage the Marvel landscape in DEADPOOL #12 and DEADPOOL MERC WITH A MOUTH #1 (Which both will probably sell out…totally)! P.S. Black Widow, I'm completely booked until this weekend, then it's me and you babe (Ahhh yeaaa)! DEADPOOL #12 (MAY090459) DEADPOOL #12 60S DECADE VARIANT (MAY090460) Written by DANIEL WAY Penciled by PACO MEDINA Cover by JASON PEARSON 60s DECADE VARIANT by JUAN DOE Parental Advisory …$2.99 On-Sale—7/8/09 DEADPOOL: MERC WITH A MOUTH #1 (MAY090544) DEADPOOL: MERC WITH A MOUTH #1 MCGUINNESS VARIANT (MAY090545) Written by VICTOR GISCHLER Penciled by BONG DAZO Cover by ARTHUR SUYDAM Variant Cover by ED MCGUINNESS Parental Advisory …$3.99 On Sale – 7/1/09 DEADPOOL: SUICIDE KINGS #1 (of 5) SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (APR098384) Written by MIKE BENSON Penciled by CARLO BARBERI Cover by CARLO BARBERI Parental Advisory …$3.99 On Sale – 7/15/09 DEADPOOL: SUICIDE KINGS #2 (of 5) SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (APR098385) Written by MIKE BENSON Penciled by CARLO BARBERI Cover by CARLO BARBERI Parental Advisory …$3.99 On Sale – 7/15 DEADPOOL: SUICIDE KINGS #3 (of 5) SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (APR098386) Written by MIKE BENSON Penciled by CARLO BARBERI Cover by CARLO BARBERI Parental Advisory …$3.99 On Sale – 7/15/09 To find a comic shop near you, call 1-888-comicbook or visit www.comicshoplocator.com Not a subscriber to Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited yet? Join now! Check out the official Marvel Shop for your favorite Marvel Heroes! Download episodes of "X-Men: Evolution" and "Wolverine and the X-Men" now on iTunes!

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silentprocess
silentprocess

I'm just happy with a regular Deadpool series, the other mini's are just icing on the cake.

BlackSamurai
BlackSamurai

I'm loving the 'Pool and all, but with his current series barely having scratched 12 issues, does this sound like anything other than "Milk them for bucks!"? Sure, I'd see the sense in mini after mini, since he IS indeed getting some much due respect and presence, but short of giving him a solo series when the book Cable & Deadpool was around, I don't see what will differentiate these two enough to demand and sustain two titles (unless we were getting a definitive 'Deadpool: Origins' like they were originally doing with Wolverine before they veered off for that while.Here's an idea, House of Ideas, make DP twice monthly and shorten the main story enough to run the second feature before one of these start to appear non-essential to readers; especially if one of these is going to end up contradicting the other severely. I wonder though, if one will be set in the MU proper and the other will just have a more random adventure feel?