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Cyclops thought he knew how volatile, unpredictable and ultimately destructive Deadpool could be. That's why, rather than allowing him to enter Utopia, he instead assigned Domino to monitor the would-be X-Man's actions in San Francisco -- keep him close, but at a safe distance. But with Deadpool, there's no such thing as a 'safe distance'...and Cyclops is about to find out that Deadpool has a plan to do something so heinous that it could destroy all of Utopia!

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Deapool's a freaking genius, again 0

The thing that I enjoy reading the most about Deadpool is how his zany and somewhat crazy ideas actually turn out to be a perfect strategy. It's just that none of the other characters (or even myself as a reader) can see the big picture as the story progress. His outragous plots seem to be crazy, but he's just a strategic genius that's often overlooked. Over the last comics, Deadpool has wanted to sign up to become an X-Man. He even made his own costume and a pancake breakfast for his assigned X...

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well all i can say is thank god this arc is now over. I have to admit, i didn't necessarily enjoy this x-men type theme but oh well. I felt as if the writers of the arc cannot think of anything else to write so they just come up with something random if u understand what i'm saying. The issue itself was not bad at all. Writing is good and art is still great so nothing really to criticise in this issue. You see the result of what happens at the end of issue 17 and you also see what happens to the...

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NO TITLE (Don't like the title well live with it) 0

How should I review this I mean I wasn't much for this story arc when it began, I don't know why I just didn't much care for the idea of DP being an X-Man. But the art and writing are still epic Medina and Way do a great job of showing DP's personality both art wise and writing. Now the story it's self was a nice conclusion which I felt had been lacking for awhile, it was nice too see that behind DP's madness there is a plan somewhat at least. Which it is noce too see Osborn back in the picture ...

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