Huh so that's what happened instead now.
looks like it
don't compare good characters to shitty ones
Slayback's in the movie right? so he will probably show up eventually. maybe when deadpool actually finds out about his family.
eh, I mean the only real loss is slapstick. who gives a shit about terror, or solo, or foolkiller?
That's all for now
last issue showed Madcap's experience in Wade's brainscape a little differently. He tried to bond with him but Wade just stabbed him.
But wasn't their parting pretty amicable after they split up? It just seems off that something like that would happen if their internal interactions were as bad as that all the time.
I kinda get the feeling there's more going on here, but I'm not sure what.
So Deadpool forces the Mercs for Money to go back to their old costumes. Their adventures will continue in Bunn's five-issue miniseries, whose issue #1's unlettered preview will be posted.
>Slayback's in the movie right? so he will probably show up eventually. maybe when deadpool actually finds out about his family.
Unless of course, Marvel wants to avoid any conections to the movie.
They've rarely used stuff used in Fox movies in the comics at the same time. Did Sebastian Shaw do anything when First Class came out? Was there a big Sentinel story when DoFP came out? And Silver Samurai has been dead for years, they didn't resurrect him even though he was in the Wolverine.
Why would Marvel start now?
Is the shark of that variant cover really Tiger Shark?
Mike Hawthorne designed the ANAD look for Foolkiller.
This hip-hop variant by Rahzzah (Scott Wilson, who made the Sacret Wars Agents of Atlas variant cover) homages the late Pimp C's (one half of hip-hop duo UGK) final solo album "The Naked Soul of Sweet Jones."
Deadpool & The Mercs for Money #1 will also have a variant cover by Ron Lim.
Out on February 3.
well Madcap said that when he split, he accidentally took a huge dose of mental contamination with him. It probably took a little while to realize all that hate and destrudo was still in his head despite them splitting up
It did however lead to a plot hole. It claimed that Madcap was stuck in Deadpool's head since before Secret Invasion until shortly before Marvel Now!
Problem is, Madcap showed up in several stories in that period, like in Ghost Rider.
That could have been Madcap in control of Wade's body, which is the explanation that Marvunapp went with.
The two have passably similar powers, and we never saw that Madcap unmasked.