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Deadpool #9

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AT THE MERCY OF THE HORNED EMPEROR!

Deadpool has been in a lot of tough spots, but this is definitely the first time he’s been captured by an antlered cloud-head person. When we say it like that it seems weird, but this is some real trouble! Can even his new paramour or giant symbiote dog save him?

Publication Date
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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
25 pages
Language
English
Price
$3.99
Amazon ASIN
B0C292XM7T

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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 83

    Comic Watch

    As the series heads into the final issue for the story arc, one can be excited to see how the conclusion unfolds with the hope that some of the weaker parts of the issues will be missing for its finale.

  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    Deadpool #9 delivers one hell of a gut punch. Since Alyssa Wong’s Deadpool run first began, it felt like she was setting up Wade for yet another heartbreak with Valentine Vuong. But this issue decides to put all her cards on the table, revealing her connection and hatred for the Horned Emperor. But Deadpool’s fight with the mysterious figure comes at a terrible cost, meaning we’re probably getting the heart-wrenching conclusion next issue.

  • 60

    Impulse Gamer

    Maybe I would have enjoyed this more if I had read the rest of the series that this is the final part of this storyline of but it still manages to wrap things up quite nicely.

    It was great to see Alyssa Wong doing a story that is not Star Wars related as I mostly know her from her work with the Doctor Aphra character.

    Deadpool is in a lot of different stories and there is at least one other current Deadpool comic so this is one of them I suppose? If you enjoy the character and have already been reading this storyline I would recommend it.

  • 55

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Deadpool #9 completes the penultimate issue in the Atelier arc (and Alyssa Wong’s run) to a flat finish with interesting fights, solid art, and at least one surprise, but the overall plot lack drama, and Deadpool’s escape scene is embarrassingly contrived.

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