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Somebody might want to check on whether hell has just frozen over, because guess what...? Deadpool has just joined the X-Men!



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Deadpool fired as X-Men's spokesman 0

In the last issue, Deadpool sorta joined the X-Men - not that any of the X-Men wanted him to, but that they believed it was safer than letting Deadpool loose on the streets. In this issue, Deadpool tackles one of the X-Men's current problems, but opts for his own approach without warning the rest of the team what he's up to. Of course, Deadpool and the X-Men don't see eye-to-eye on the best approach. All the while, Norman Osborn is sitting back watching Deadpool's antics unfold on live televisio...

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Well what can I say? 0

I figured I would do a Deadpool main series review, haven't done one in awhile. Well what can I say I didn't like this comic but I didn't hate it either, I guess that it just felt lacking to me. The last issue got my hopes up for an epic story for this one but it wasn't as epic as I thought it was going to be. I don't know maybe it's just me but I thought that this spent too much time around the X-Men and not on Deadpool, but it also could be for plot development,hmmmm idk. But this was still go...

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