Deadpool #69

Writer: Gail Simone Artist: UDON, Arnold Tsang, Andrew Hou, Eric Vedder, Omar Dogan, TheRealT! Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 15, 2002

    Is this issue Deadpool's last appearance? Is the character truly killed off in the fiery explosion that acts as this issue's final moment? Join us again in two weeks for the answers to these questions, as well as a bold new direction involving an amnesiac assassin on the run from forces unknown. This issue is basically used by Gail Simone to wipe the decks clear of any clutter, and presumably she'll use the opening issues of Agent X to tease the reader about whether the star of that series is Deadpool. This final issue offers up a fairly entertaining battle between Deadpool & the Black Swan, as we see both men are locked in a battle that is likely to kill them both. We also get a couple of "happy" endings, as we see Sandi abusive ex-husband learns it's not smart to beat on a woman who is friends with professional killers, and we see Ragbag the incoherent bum that Deadpool took under his wing has his head rewired as a parting gift from his pal Deadpool. Read Full Review

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