Deadpool: X Marks the Spot
Publish date: February 17th 2010
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
Series: Deadpool (#3)
This was the second full volume of Deadpool that I've read, and I couldn't have picked a better second read--well, I probably could. Everything I've read so far has been crazy awesome. Deadpool Vol. 3: X Marks the Spot is full of crazy-awesome action and non-stop mouthing off from our favorite Mer...
The title, X Marks the Spot, has two different meanings: the first story is a pirate adventure, and the second arc involves the X-Men. Everything about Deadpool becoming a pirate is as fabulous as you'd think, including him buying the boat from some shady Russians. It's just all over-the-to...
X Marks The Spot is divided into two stories.The first one picks up after Deadpool comes into a butt load of money and for whatever reason, buys a nuclear submarine. Mistaking it for a boat, he abandons it believing it sank. Now, he’s decided he wants to be a pirate! So he purchases a small ship ...
Deadpool looks good in the X-Men uniform. He uh, does it justice? Medina is a great artist for Wade.
Don't let the cover scare you. It is far and away the worst art in the entire book, and was probably chosen just because it emphasizes the X-storyline that takes up the second half of the book. The first half is a wildly silly pirate story. Because Deadpool would have to play pirate at least once. T...
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