No, I don’t think so. His chimichanga love runs deep.
Man, Internet usernames are fascinating. Imagine what you’ll think about your online identities in 2, 5, 10, 15 years. For better or worse!
Anyway, no idea about that. Hit up @Cbake76 on Twitter for general games questions.
Maybe? I do love Rick’s Deadpool.
That said, I can safely say that Deadpool as written by Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn is my favorite Deadpool. Boy do I love that book. It’s money, as they say.
That would be a question for Fox, as they’re currently the folks who would make a Deadpool movie if there was a Deadpool movie to be made.
It’s so weird that I’m often eating tacos at the same time as @Deadpool on twitter…
Here’s what’s on my FAQ about Deadpool books:
Q: How about Deadpool?! I’d love to read more Deadpool comics, but don’t know where to start or what to read!
A:His first appearance was in New Mutants #98, but ‘Pool really gets going in his 1993 limited series. The 1997 Deadpool series is chock full of great comics, particularly the first two years or so by Joe Kelly. Cable & Deadpool is pretty much a masterpiece. The 2008 Deadpool series is great as well.
All that said, my favorite Deadpool run is the current series written by Brian Posehn & Gerry Duggan. The first arc is good (and Tony Moore’s art is incredible) but around issue #8 it just becomes one of my favorite comics around.
If you’re a Marvel Unlimited member, there’s TONS to read.
If you want to go in some sort of order? 1993 limited, 1997 series, Cable & Deadpool, 2008 series, current series.
Deadpool likes tacos and chimichangas and Bea Arthur and shooting people and his current series is really good and funny and somehow incredibly moving and he wears red and uses swords and has been in video games and is often the star of Marvel Super Heroes: What The—?! episodes and was pretty rad in the Ultimate Spider-Man episode he appeared in and Nolan North is a funny dude and Deadpool is cool.
Good call! I need to amend that Deadpool note. That book’s gold!