Deadpool makes an impression on Cable when he crashes a quiet night at the X-Mansion to carry out a hit by a “Mr. Tolliver”. Instantly, the masked merc mouths off.
Blockbuster Deadpool. Wade Wilson attempts a fresh start with his humble hit-for-hire business, but when the scales go cosmic, he’s more interested in schmoozing with the Avengers!
Yes, the alleged “critics” have spoken and Deadpool is the public’s #1. Try this series that takes Wade through parenthood, Super Hero Civil War and Cap’s alliance with Hydra. It even has issues that don’t take place during a crossover.
Before he gained his healing factor, Wilson was a man with terminal cancer clinging at a last-ditch chance. Through the lens of Lady Death, we learn what really happened at Weapon X during Wade’s transformation into Deadpool.
Deadpool throws in with Juggernaut, Black Tom Cassidy, Weapon X’s Kane, ex-girlfriend Copycat and more in a “May the Best Merc Win” melee for the prize of the cryptic “Tolliver Will”.
In possibly his worst decision since Secret Empire (try the Reading List!), Captain America recruits Wade for his Unity Squad, an assembly of Inhuman, mutant, and now, Weapon X rejects. Deadpool and the X-Men’s Rogue actually hit it off (mostly in his head)!
Start with #1! After a terror-inducing courtship, Wade Wilson marries Shiklah, demon Queen of Monster Metropolis. Check out their lavishly over-sized wedding… issue!
This one’s loads of fun. In a tale of uncontained crazy, a criminally insane ne'er-do-well pursues a criminally insane serial killer.
In this deranged fan-favorite, guts are splattered and brains displaced when a Multiversal slaughter-fest targets Deadpool and his many dimensional counterparts.
With the swagger of a movie star, Deadpool heads to the Savage Land to collect some dangerous tech on assignment. While there, he adventures with Ka-Zar, “Dr. Betty” and his own severed head.
Deadpool’s been hired to steal a bioweapon for a cult—and Cable’s not having it! Two buds give into homicidal rage and the fallout is satisfying.
Marvel’s most unstable swings between heartless hired gun and anti-heroic ladies’ man in this establishing run that reads like an action movie parody.