Seven kills in seven days!
Welcome to a week in the life of Wade Wilson, the best mercenary Marvel’s ever had (just ask him)!
From facing off with rival killers to top secret assassinations, DEADPOOL has a lot of work to do in this blood-soaked oversized issue full of fan-favorite creators past and future!
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ComicBook.comAn over-sized issue with multiple short stories seems like the exact kind of format that would behoove Deapdool, but Marvel's Deadpool: Seven Slaughters is a tiresome exercise with nearly 70 pages of mostly unambitious and uninteresting stories. Though the roster of creators all have an extensive history with the character, only a few even manage to leave a remotely interesting mark at all. Cullen Bunn and Phillip Sevy's opening storyline is clearly the best, playing with the format and multiverse shenanigans in a fun way; even Rob Liefeld's short story is a highlight (no, really) compared to the stale stories that make up the rest of it.