Deadpool (1997-2002) #1

Deadpool Deadpool takes on a mission to Antarctica where he finds himself face to face with Sasquatch Walter Langkowski of Alpha Flight After swindling some Girl Scouts Deadpool takes on another easy mission

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  • Title: Deadpool (1997-2002) #1
  • Author: Joe Kelly Ed McGuinness Yancey Labat Nathan Massengill Sean Parson Norman Lee Soto
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Deadpool takes on a mission to Antarctica, where he finds himself face to face with Sasquatch Walter Langkowski of Alpha Flight After swindling some Girl Scouts, Deadpool takes on another easy mission taking out an unmanned research station Simple, right Unfortunately, it s not only very mannedbut also brimming with gamma radiation

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    1. I found a collection of my brothers old comics, and nearly screamed when I found this one.I love Deadpool, he is definitely my favourite anti-hero.

    2. Favorite lines:#1) When Sasquatch has Deadpools entire head in his hand, Deadpool says, "If you don't let go, I'm gonna lick your hand." #2) "I mean, just once wouldn't you like to sit down at a Denny's and plan an assignation over a french slam breakfast?"

    3. A fantastic first monthly! Ack! I am so excited to finally BE here! I love how it begins with a taste of what is to become a famous quality of Deadpool's: his narration. You can tell his character isn't aware of his fictionality yet, but you can also tell how this inspired that. I'm trying to pay attention to authors I liked Mike (Mark? I'm so bad at this) Waid's story in Circle Chase. A lot. This feels like it might be right up there with that. Might I just say, I love that through reading all [...]

    4. 'kay,,, Just remember one thing I've got me a healing factor should take care of this. If not Bury me upside down and mount a Canadian flag in my --

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