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Deadpool, Vol. 8: Operation Annihilation

by Daniel Way

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After owning some aliens in space, Deadpool suddenly (and inexplicably) gets a death wish, so he goes along trying to find someone to kill him. He decides on the Hulk. It doesn't work (surprise).

Argh! After a pretty decent offering from Way, this plain sucks. There's an issue by Kelly included in this collection (Deadpool #4, which is Wade's first tangle with the Hulk), and it just illustrations that there is NO comparison between the two authors.

I'm going to keep reading the series, just because I love Deadpool. I'm just thankful that I read better authors when I was introduced to the character; otherwise, I probably wouldn't be a fan. ( )
  schatzi | Mar 13, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0785158901, Paperback)

Deadpool has become fixated on achieving the one thing that's always been beyond his reach: death. Not an easy thing for an unkillable man to achieve, but that's not gonna stop him from trying. but first, he must figure out the all-important question: how? What in the world can kill Deadpool? It has to be big. It has to be powerful beyond description. It has to be ... green? Plus: Macho Gomez is back! And this time, he's brought friends. His friends? Nope - Deadpool's friends. And every single one of them has an axe to grind with our boy Wade for how he's treated them in the past. no, really - they have axes!

COLLECTING: Deadpool 36-39, Deadpool (1997) 4

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Deadpool travels home to Earth, but Macho Gomez-- the guy whose space car Wade jacked-- is waiting for him. And he's brought some of Deadpool's old 'friends'-- including Hydra Bob, Big Bertha, Taskmaster and Blind Al. They all have one thing in common: Wade screwed them, and they want his hide! Then, Wade gets what he's always wanted: a chance to die! With his ridiculous healing factor, Wade can't be killed by any ordinary Joe-- so he finds the biggest, strongest, greenest and angriest guy in the whole Marvel Universe: the Incredible Hulk! It's a last-man-standing battle between the Green Goliath and the Merc with a Mouth-- a battle Wade's trying to lose. The question is, can he?"--Dust jacket back.… (more)

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