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    Deadpool #25

    Deadpool » Deadpool #25 - .NOW Deadpool vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. Part 5.NOW released by Marvel on May 2014.

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    .NOW Deadpool vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. Part 5.NOW last edited by GhostGrifter on 11/16/21 05:15PM View full history

    DEADPOOL REACHES RECORD-BREAKING ISSUE #25!

    First Marvel NOW! title to reach the landmark 25th issue! Avengers doesn’t count. Because. When Deadpool re-killed the reanimated dead Presidents of the United States, Agent Gorman of S.H.I.E.L.D. stiffed him on his well-earned pay. Now, his vengeance is finally wrought! But now that former S.H.I.E.L.D Agent Preston’s consciousness is stuck inside his head, will she be ok with this wreaking? And is all this SHIELD stuff a shameless cash in because of the TV show? Ask guest-star AGENT COULSON!

    5 of 5 Deadpool vs. S.H.I.E.L.D.

    Note: 025.NOW is only included on the cover, the numbering per the indicia is #25 and no other issue #25's have been solicited.

    Note 2: The cover lists this as Vol.4, while it is really Volume 3, as can also be seen on the official Marvel website.

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    RegRegular CoverMark Brooks1
    VarVariant CoverPhil Noto2
    VarMarvel Animals Variant CoverKatie Cook3
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    An Olympic Sized 'Pool of Death: A Dead Pool; Deadpool #25 0

    Brian Posehn is a rare talent in stand-up comedy, and is also a very rare talent for comedy writing in comic books. His run on Deadpool is one of the best, and this issue rounding out the Deadpool Vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. arc was fantastic. The fight sequence that ran through the book was choreographed flawlessly, with tons of humor and puns woven throughout. The sequence I had heard most negative information from was the brief cameo of Sabretooth, which I laughed at audibly. The fight with Crossbones i...

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    Deadpool #25 0

    GoodOne thing you can say about this run on Deadpool is that it’s not been predictable and this book is no exception. The book’s opens with a surprise, especially considering how it ended last issue. Even if it does very quickly take the turn that we were all no doubt expecting, I like it when books throw you off right at the beginning, especially for a book with a tone like this.Since “The Good the Bad and the Ugly”, Deadpool’s taken an even more violent turn both...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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