Deadpool: Flashbacks

Deadpool Flashbacks All of Deadpool s fan favorite flashback issues collected in chronological order I mean I think soally who can keep track First Deadpool goes back to the s to save Nick Fury from time travelin

  • Title: Deadpool: Flashbacks
  • Author: Brian Posehn Gerry Duggan
  • ISBN: 9780785197485
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Paperback
  • All of Deadpool s fan favorite flashback issues, collected in chronological order I mean, I think soally, who can keep track First, Deadpool goes back to the 1950s to save Nick Fury from time traveling Hitler In the 1960s, Deadpool wreaks havoc on a cosmic level In the 1970s, he hits the streets with Power Man and Iron Fist In the 1980s, he matches wits with IrAll of Deadpool s fan favorite flashback issues, collected in chronological order I mean, I think soally, who can keep track First, Deadpool goes back to the 1950s to save Nick Fury from time traveling Hitler In the 1960s, Deadpool wreaks havoc on a cosmic level In the 1970s, he hits the streets with Power Man and Iron Fist In the 1980s, he matches wits with Iron Man In the 1990s, Deadpool s Original Sin is revealed, with help from Sabretooth and Alpha Flight Plus learn about gracking, energy source of the future, straight from the Roxxon Corporation And if you can t trust a giant faceless orporation, who can you trust It s Deadpool through the decades, in one handy package COLLECTING Deadpool 26, 20, 13, 7, 250, 34, 40

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    1. I suppose it's all about the timing, in more ways than one.After two weeks of working overnight shift, and temperatures that were consistently / depressingly well below freezing (breaking records in the northeast U.S.), it was a pleasant diversion - i.e. I NEEDED THE LAUGHS - to read Deadpool: Flashbacks. Our titular hero of sorts stars in a collection of stories set in the 50's through the 90's, with artwork that was amusingly representative of each decade.For example, in the 70's-set 'Deadpool [...]

    2. I love all things Deadpool, so it's not exactly surprising that I really enjoyed this collection. The premise itself fits the character - all of the issues collected here are supposedly lost issues from various decades. When you consider there are stories from the mid-20th century and Deadpool wasn't actually created until 1991, it's pretty ridiculous. But I love the way they made each issue match the comic art style of the time - even Deadpool's costumes are different in each. Overall, it's jus [...]

    3. The more I read Deadpool, the more detached it becomes. Most of these stories were weird, lazily written, and themed with things that only a 15 year old boy would enjoy. That said, some of it got surprisingly deep and dark, which made almost all the fluff worth it. Ended on a good note. Meandered around for a bit there, but it ended well.

    4. One shots of Deadpool traveling to different points in time. It would probably make more sense (or as much sense as Deadpool makes) to read the issues surrounding these. Still fun but not necessary to any larger stories.

    5. Love the concept, the shelved Deadpool issues of decades past-- I think the seventies one was in another volume previously, and I loved it. The other stories weren't quite on par with that one for me, but it's a fun ride nonetheless. Fun glimpses of Deadie working with some characters in their older incarnations. Minus a few points for one or two issues that just went off the rails imo.

    6. re-reading the (fake inventory issues shelved and filed away) flashback issues from originally published Deadpool (2012).

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