Deadpool #10

    Deadpool » Deadpool #10 - Bullseye, Part 1: The Shaft released by Marvel on July 2009.

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    Norman Osborn is through playing around with Deadpool—it’s time to send in the big guns. The big, crazy guns that never, ever miss. He may be wearing a new costume, but he’s still the same ol’ psychopath…  


    Norman outraged that Deadpool is still alive, he decides to send Bullseye after Deadpool because they have a history. Meanwhile Deadpool was doing a job that deals with killing a pizza man, after that he was watching T.V in a random guys house when he saw that Norman framed him by editing footage of Deadpool destroying the skrull ship and made it look like he was working for the skrulls. Mad, Deadpool goes up stairs to find Bullseye. They fought and Deadpool got the upper edge until Bullseye threw an arrow and pierced threw Deadpool's head.


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    Who Commits Suicide With A Bow & Arrow? 0

    After the disappointment of less action more talking from Dead v. Thunderbolts, I was worried this wasn't going to go over so well. Deadpool and Bullseye are both characters Daniel Way has written fairly well in the past, so my fears should have been dismissed.Deadpool cleaned out Osborn's ATM in the last part of the Deadpool/Thunderbolts crossover (TB 131), but now he's become rather poor. He's hired by a disgruntled woman to perform a hit on a pizza delivery boy. The way it all goes down is pr...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Literally the MOST FUNNY Comicbook I've EVER Read 0

    The title says it all. Wow! Five stars!? Where did that come from? Guess what, this comic is amazing!    SPOILER WARNING: Click here to reveal hidden content. I've heard the hype around this "Bullseye" arc. Could it be too good to be true? Well honestly, there is a part here in this comic where Deadpool breaks into a guy's house and orders pizza from his house so that the pizza guy can come so that Deadpool can kill him because Deadpool has to fill out a kill contract with his ex-girlfriend who...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Good Stuff 0

    I haven't bought a comic book in over 8 years. But I did still try and keep up with superheros as much as possible, movies, video games tv shows. So i was hearing alot about the Blackest Night event and It sounded pretty cool. So I went down to the comic shop and picked it up , but while I was there I decided to look around and saw  this deadpool comic. With all the buzz over him after the movie I figured to go ahead a pick it up also. I loved it, it was funny, and really shocking to see him act...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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