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Appearing in "Hey, It's Deadpool!"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Deadpool (Vol. 3) #1

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Synopsis for "Hey, It's Deadpool!"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Deadpool (Vol. 3) #1

Deadpool steals a weapon from the Bolivian government for the local revolutionaries, only to be paid in fake money, so he wipes out the revolutionaries and heads back home. Back at his hideaway, Blind Al steals some thin mints from a Girl Scout, and Deadpool fixes his teleporter. He then heads to Hellhouse where he meets up with Patch and gives him the fake money to play with. He takes a job to blow up an unmanned research station, only it turns out to be a Gamma Radiation facility and it's not unmanned, it's got a group of scientists and Walter Langkowski working there. Deadpool tries to carry out his objective anyway, not knowing that doing so will cause a nuclear disaster for the entire southern hemisphere. He manages to save the station, proving that he is what L,L,& L are looking for. They believe that he is the hero to usher in a new golden age. Yeah.

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Representing the landmark first issue of Joe Kelly and Ed McGuinness’ character-defining run! Wade Wilson really finds his voice on a mission to Antarctica, where he comes face to fist with Sasquatch of Alpha Flight! After brutalizing a crew of mercenaries, Deadpool takes on another “easy" mission: taking out an unmanned research station. Simple, right? Unfortunately, it's not only very manned, but also brimming with gamma radiation! Kelly’s hilarious script and McGuinness’ larger-than-life action proved a winning combination in the issue that launched Deadpool’s first-ever ongoing series – featuring Deadpool’s fan-favorite pal, Weasel; the mercenary hangout that is Hellhouse; and the first appearance of Wade’s imprisoned housemate, Blind Al! It’s one of the all-time great Marvel comic books, boldly re-presented in its original form, ads and all!

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