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Appearing in ""Killed, Not Dead": Chapter One"

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  • Clarissa Rose




Synopsis for ""Killed, Not Dead": Chapter One"

One night, Marc receives intel that a hospital has set off their panic alarm as a suspicious person has entered. Marc quickly takes off. When Moon Knight arrives, a pizza slice is left at the door, the patients are alive, and the staff have been rendered unconscious. When Marc knocks down the last door, Deadpool is hanging over a body looking to kill a comatose person. Marc throws a dart and the two battle in the room. Deadpool tries to explain that he is on a job to kill the only patient with his own security, but Moon Knight fights him away.

When Marc returns to his lair, he looks up the comatose patient. Herman Goncharenko, a property developing mogul responsible for displacing families and kidnapping children to force families to sell their land to him, was Deadpool’s hit. Marc feels guilty for his interference as he believes Deadpool may have been right. Across town, Deadpool visits his employer, a mother of a kidnapped boy from Herman’s henchmen, is still without her son. Clarissa wants blood.

Moon Knight later finds Deadpool; he won’t let him murder Herman, but he too wants to find the kid. The two go their separate ways as Deadpool taunts Moon Knight to give into his urges. Marc receives word that one of Herman’s shell companies owns an abandoned apartment. There, the henchmen are seen holding the child in a cage as Moon Knight lurks behind them...

Solicit Synopsis

Guest-starring Deadpool! Herman Goncharenko lies at death’s door, wasting away of cancer, but someone wants him killed, not dead. Someone desperate enough to hire a certain mouthy mercenary to do the job. Gonchrenko’s only hope just might be the reformed Moon Knight – if he’s able to withstand the force of nature known as Deadpool, and if Goncharenko is, indeed, worth saving.

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