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Deadpool: Minibus, Vol. 1

Deadpool Minibus Vol Deadpool s wildest adventures are collected in one blood soaked volume What if Deadpool decided to kill everyone and everything that makes up the Marvel Universe What if he followed that up by slaught

  • Title: Deadpool: Minibus, Vol. 1
  • Author: Cullen Bunn
  • ISBN: 9780785190301
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Deadpool s wildest adventures are collected in one blood soaked volume What if Deadpool decided to kill everyone and everything that makes up the Marvel Universe What if he followed that up by slaughtering the most famous fictional characters in classic literature And what if he finally took aim at the ultimate target himself You d have the fan favorite Deadpool KillDeadpool s wildest adventures are collected in one blood soaked volume What if Deadpool decided to kill everyone and everything that makes up the Marvel Universe What if he followed that up by slaughtering the most famous fictional characters in classic literature And what if he finally took aim at the ultimate target himself You d have the fan favorite Deadpool Killogy, that s what But when Deadpool batt les Deadpool, will he win or perish Yes Then Deadpool awakes from a food coma to finde zombie apocalypse has occurred Can the Merc with a Mouth avoid becoming the Merc in their mouths And when Deadpool takes on Carnage, good crazy battles bad crazy, blood will flowd Deadpool will literally go to pieces COLLECTING DEADPOOL KILLS THE MARVEL UNIVERSE 1 4, DEADPOOL KILLUSTRATED 1 4, DEADPOOL KILLS DEADPOOL 1 4, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEADPOOL 1 4, DEADPOOL VS CARNAGE 1 4

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    About "Cullen Bunn"

    1. Cullen Bunn

      Cullen grew up in rural North Carolina, but now lives in the St Louis area with his wife Cindy and his son Jackson His noir horror comic and first collaboration with Brian Hurtt , The Damned, was published in 2007 by Oni Press The follow up, The Damned Prodigal Sons, was released in 2008 In addition to The Sixth Gun, his current projects include Crooked Hills, a middle reader horror prose series from Evileye Books The Tooth, an original graphic novel from Oni Press and various work for Marvel and DC Somewhere along the way, Cullen founded Undaunted Press and edited the critically acclaimed small press horror magazine, Whispers from the Shattered Forum.All writers must pay their dues, and Cullen has worked various odd jobs, including Alien Autopsy Specialist, Rodeo Clown, Professional Wrestler Manager, and Sasquatch Wrangler And, yes, he has fought for his life against mountain lions and he did perform on stage as the World s Youngest Hypnotist Buy him a drink sometime, and he ll tell you all about it.Visit his website at cullenbunn.

    871 Comments

    1. I sort of stopped reading superhero comics around when Sam Raimi started making Spiderman movies. Technology was on the verge of giving movies the possibilities so far exclusive to superhero comics and the following years gave us the X-men, the Watchmen, the Avengers and a host of related or other superhero-movies better suited to enjoy with beer and greasy fingers, than your average comicbook.Thus, I had completely missed the rise of Deadpool to Marvel fame. I had heard of him, and seen the Gan [...]



    2. I'll be honest. I gave up on this one pretty fast. I only read the first 2.5 of the 5 "Deadpool Kills" stories collected here, but I can't imagine they suddenly go from "horrible garbage" to "glorious diamonds," so I'm gonna assume I'm mostly right.I'd been a little worried about this collection back when I first encountered some of Cullen Bunn's one-off Deadpool stories, which were full of mediocre-at-best jokes and weak premises. And now that I've finally read (most of) this, I don't feel any [...]


    3. the merc with a mouth lives up to his hype. funny, gory, well drawn. makes you mad that deadpool was screwed up so badly in the wolverine: origins movie.


    4. This extensive collection of Deadpool miniseries covers the complete gambit of the Merc with a Mouth's 'metaphysical' (or metaphysi-Kill as some fans call it) storyline. Five miniseries make up this massive volume of nearly 500 pages. The best way to describe this book in detail is to break down each miniseries contained within. Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe- In the grand tradition of a Marvel icon murdering everyone in the Marvel Universe, something in Wade Wilson snaps and he goes on the [...]


    5. Docked a bit because there's never any point to a story involving Carnage. The rest is variable, though often funny and smart in a snarky way.


    6. I spent years seeing out of context Deadpool panels floating around the Internet, always intending to actually read Deadpool at some point. It seemed like if I had a chance of getting into anything vaguely superhero-y, Deadpool would be it. But I'm great at procrastinating, so it took me until after seeing the movie to check out the comic. Oops.This is the first and only Deadpool I've read, so I'm probably not the best person to review it. That said, I found all the arcs collected here to be ver [...]


    7. The question with a good Deadpool comic seems to be not whether he will say crazy things (he will) or take a somewhat random-seeming yet effective approach to accomplishing his goals, no matter how terrible (he will), but in what direction the meta, fourth-wall-breaking elements will go. Good Deadpool writers seem to take it as a kind of personal challenge to come up with some completely unrelated way to do this. The various storylines collected here are all vastly different and don't always com [...]


    8. Deadpool is a character that has a lot of hype but after this my opinion, no matter how unpopular it is, is simply he is so not for me. He's like that annoying punk that you can't escape from. HATED the Kill stories (2nd selection of issues) I found the Zombie issues interesting which is the only reason this collection isnt rated a 1 or 2.


    9. I found Deadpool quickly becoming one of my favorite characters as I read this graphic novel. He's a wack job who breaks the forth wall and cracks jokes the entire book. The concept of the story alone is fantastic and for Deadpool to have become the last "superhero" is quite an adventure. I also loved seeing characters for literature interact with the marvel world!


    10. This was more of a three and a half star book in my opinion. Not a huge fan of deadpool. I liked Deadpool kills the Marvel universe, and Night of the living deadpool. the other two stories not so much. But a good sampler of deadpool to try out if You haven't read a lot of it before.


    11. Completely over the top as far as comic book stories go but exactly what I hoped for from a Deadpool comic.



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