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    Deadpool #1

    Deadpool » Deadpool #1 - One of Us, Part 1: One of Us released by Marvel on November 2008.

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    One of Us, Part 1: One of Us last edited by fesak on 08/07/19 01:03PM View full history

    A Skrull ship lands at a baseball game and they think that there is another alien which actually is a game mascott. They surround it and shoot it but it is revealed that Deadpool is behind the mask. He quickly takes care of the Skrulls but more of them are already arriving. A cannon from a ship blasts the suit but it is empty. They wonder where Deadpool is before realizing that he is on top of the ship. A Super Skrull is sent out to kill him but he is able to blow up the ship. Then he easily takes care of the Super Skrull but allows himself to be captured and taken to the leader. The issue ends with Deadpool saying, "Ready for duty sir!"

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    Pick of the week!!!!!!!!!! "OH $#@!" - Translated from Skrull 0

    Remember last year when I said, "Booster Gold is the best first issue to any comic I've read in years!"? Guess what, not anymore. Deadpool is nothing short of perfect for an opening issue to a series. There is, however, one thing I can say bad about this comic, it wasn't long enough. The actual story was 22 pages. Then there was 9 pages on the history of Deadpool. That's nice and all, but I'd rather have 9 more pages of Deadpool hallucinating as he fights Skrulls. The main reason I picked this b...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Super-Dead-Skrull-Pool! 0

    In This Issue: It's Deadpool versus the Skrull invasion! (With a little bonus "Deadpool Saga" at the end.)  Writing: Daniel Way's writing definitely hit Deadpool on the head for me.  This is one of those characters that you just can't take too seriously in the Marvel U.  The two (or three if you count his actual word balloons) voices in his head was hilarious.  One thing that I thought was a little out of place was the hallucination he has at the beginning of the book.  I don't want to sound lik...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Just Plain Nuts, and It Works !!! 0

    I have been a Deadpool fan for a long time now, and when I heard that Daniel Way was going to be writing the new series, I was a bit worried. However after reading this first issue, I enjoyed it. Daniel Way has added new aspects to the character that makes him a little more interesting, I enjoy the Pool-o-vision, but I'm not a big fan of the two talking boxes. The entire book is nothing but Deadpool killing off all the Skrulls who have the misfortune to walk in his way. All action with just a hi...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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