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Deadpool, writers, Gerry Duggan & Brian Posehn ; pencilers, Mike Hawthorne with Mirko Colak ; inkers, Terry Pallot with Mirko Colak ; artist, Scott Koblish ; colorists, Jordie Bellaire, Ruth Redmond & Val Staples ; letterer, VC's Joe Sabino, [3rd series, Vol. 7]

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Deadpool, writers, Gerry Duggan & Brian Posehn ; pencilers, Mike Hawthorne with Mirko Colak ; inkers, Terry Pallot with Mirko Colak ; artist, Scott Koblish ; colorists, Jordie Bellaire, Ruth Redmond & Val Staples ; letterer, VC's Joe Sabino, [3rd series, Vol. 7]
Language
eng
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Intended audience
"Parental Advisory" -- cover
Literary Form
fiction
Main title
Deadpool
Nature of contents
comics graphic novels
Oclc number
889736562
Responsibility statement
writers, Gerry Duggan & Brian Posehn ; pencilers, Mike Hawthorne with Mirko Colak ; inkers, Terry Pallot with Mirko Colak ; artist, Scott Koblish ; colorists, Jordie Bellaire, Ruth Redmond & Val Staples ; letterer, VC's Joe Sabino
Series statement
Deadpool Marvel, 3rd series, 2012-2015, Issues 35-40Marvel NOW!
Summary
In the lead-up to "Axis, " our wall-crawling hero is stalked by a classic Spider-Slayer! Wait. This isn't a Spider-Man book. So what is a Spider-Slayer doing here? Deadpool had better find out before it mistakes one wisecracking hero for another and mashes DP into spider-paste! Then, when the events of "Axis" invert him, Deadpool puts down the guns! And the knives. And the grenades. And the...you get the point. Deadpool's gone Zen! So how is he going to help his "FauX-Men" friends live through an attack by the real, also-inverted X-Men? Who knows? It might even involve cowboys. Plus: The Roxxon Corporation brings us a special educational story. Learn about gracking, the energy source of the future. -- back cover
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