Deadpool #11

    Deadpool » Deadpool #11 - Bullseye, Part 2: Let The Healing Begin released by Marvel on August 2009.

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    "Bullseye" Part 2 Okay, that was…unexpected. Bullseye has learned some new tricks since the last time they met! But now it’s Deadpool’s turn to go on the offensive…and there’s nobody more offensive than Deadpool!

    Bullseye was going to have a butcher turn Deadpool into hamburger meat but Deadpool was running around with a arrow stuck in his head. So Bullseye sent the butcher after him. Deadpool thought the butcher was Dr. Killbrew so Deadpool fought him. When Deadpool took the arrow out he saw it was just a butcher and killed him anyway. When Deadpool entered the butcher's place, Bullseye attacked Deadpool until Deadpool entered a freezer and made armor made out of pig meat. So Deadpool fought and beat Bullseye by stabbing him in the chest with a meat hook.



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    I am the MEAT 0

    I am tremendously impressed by how good D-Way is doing for this arc and i am so excited for the rest of the series because i know that Way is going to make comedy in Deadpool better than it was before and it certainly reflects this issue among others.Basically this issue starts at a slaughter house which is an interesting set up, where Hawkeye is talking to radio spokesperson Dr. Feelgood and cuts to the action. The action mostly is entertaining as Deadpool's brain starts working again (more or ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up? 0

    So here we have the second part of the three part fight between Deadpool and Bullseye (aka Hawkeye). And I really really (really) liked the last issue, it had plenty of comedy and action. But this issue went above and beyond that in almost ever way. And end poetically to the last issue.The story opens with a radio show (Dr. Feelgood) who seems to offer the same advice towards helping people that Frasier might, but to the middle class in New York. The good doctor gets a phone call from a guy who ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    LOL 0

    I just really enjoyed this as it was just so much fun. The jokes were laugh out loud and even though sometimes corny and obvious Deadpool as a character is the first to reference that. This issue pretty is much a continuation of the Bullseye vs. Deadpool dust up with a psychotic butcher thrown into the mix for Deadpool to deal with in a rather gruesome way. There are also some very funny flashbacks of the two main characters as children at school which were hilarious. Paco Medina’s pencils are j...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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