The Complete Collection. Vol. 1

Book - 2013
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Contains episodes of Marvel's Deadpool, Wolverine, and Thunderbolts comics series.
Publisher: New York, NY : Marvel Worldwide, Inc., c2013
ISBN: 9780785185321
Branch Call Number: YA GRAPHIC NOVEL
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Wolverine: Origins #21-25 / writer: Daniel Way, art: Steve Dillon
Deadpool #1-12 / writer: Daniel Way, pencils: Paco Medina (#1-4 & #6-12) & Carlo Barberi (#4-5)
Thunderbolts #130-131 / writer: Andy Diggle, pencils: Bong Dazo


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Nov 03, 2017

Now that I'm back in America and have easy access to him, it's time to reacquaint myself with the Merc with the Mouth.

Stick around, this is gonna be a quite a ride.

RobertELPL Aug 31, 2017

A great collection for fans of Deadpool. Especially since it gathers story lines from comics other than "Deadpool" that the titular character appears in, making the continuity a little easier to follow. This is a collection of the "Deadpool: Volume 2" series.

"Wolverine: Origins" #21-25
"Deadpool" #1-12
"Thunderbolts" #130-131

Dec 12, 2016

A very hilarious, fun and entertaining book! I personally had only seen the movie prior to this and I ended up breezing through, wanting to know what wacky situation Deadpool would take me to next. Never a dull moment in this one! The other characters that popped up here and there were also nice additions to the overall experience.

I recommend this to people who are okay with gore and violence (and a character with dodgy morals at best) and are looking for a good laugh and some fun in their comics.

Feb 17, 2016

Very bizarre.

Jan 29, 2016

Too weird for my liking. The art work could use a lot of improvement.

Apr 15, 2015

Quite a large collection of the Merc With A Mouth, pitting him against Wolverine, the Skrulls, and Norman Osborn's minions, among others. What starts as an arc in a Wolverine series leads into a new solo series for the insane character, and Daniel Way has just the right anarchic touch with the character. The art is suitably cartoonish at times, with a demented sense of humour, and there is plenty of material here for fans of the character.


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