Deadpool: Evil Deadpool (Deadpool, #10)
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Deadpool: Evil Deadpool (Deadpool #10)

4.03 of 5 stars 4.03  ·  rating details  ·  301 ratings  ·  23 reviews
Would the real Wade Wilson please stand up? Deadpool returns to America, but he's not coming home alone! When a collection of Deadpool's discarded body parts meld to form an evil clone, the Merc With a Mouth faces off against himself for the crown of most hated former mercenary turned super hero turned pirate turned intergalactic bounty hunter. But their explosive confront...more
Hardcover, 136 pages
Published April 11th 2012 by Marvel (first published April 4th 2012)
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I shouldn't be bored by Deadpool. But what we have here has too little story and too few wacky hijinks to be satisfying as a Deadpool story. Or, really, any kind of story. It picks up where the previous collection (Deadpool: Institutionalized) left off, with a dull evil twin/clone story that lasts too long and does too little.

I think this probably be described as "writing for the trade". Take a lackluster storyline, extend it two or three times longer than it has any right being, lather, rinse,...more
I enjoyed this more than other related Deadpool comics, since it had lots of twists and turns and silliness, but also had some psychological tension. The story did drag on a little bit, but was mostly entertaining throughout. I didn't much enjoy the musical .1 issue at the end, but that's likely because I had only passing familiarity with one of the songs, and it wasn't one that I wanted to drag out into my memory. Still, it was enjoyable, and a fairly good recap of the story thus far ahead of i...more
This is probably my least favorite Deadpool so far, but I haven't read many. The concept of an evil Deadpool is interesting and has the potential to be amusing, yet it is done so often in other series. Also, Deadpool is already amusing, so how can a crazier version be any better? In this collection evil Deadpool goes around creating mayhem while regular Deadpool gets blamed for it. Deadpool tries to stop crazy Deadpool from ruining his name and killing everyone. Captain, or General, or whatever...more
Deanna Knippling
Deadpool's regenerated so much there's a doppelganger of stuck-together parts out wandering around, making mischief: aw, evil twin time. Remember, this is the stuff that got cut out, time and time again. Look at that patched-together body. Kind of deep, albeit in a completely idiotic way.
Natalia Rox
"Would you rather lose a hand or a finger?"
"A Finger"
"That's what everybody says."
"Your point being...?"
"I've lost lotsa fingers. It hurts. It hurts the same as losin' a hand."
"A man only has two hands."
"Yeah, but he has ten fingers."

I love Deadpool logic. This trade gives you double! How can you not love that?
Chris Lemmerman
After Volumes 7-8, I'd almost lost faith in Daniel Way's Deadpool, which was usually daft, but enjoyable. Volumes 7-8 got the daft, and forgot the enjoyable. However, Volume 9 got back on track with a decent storyline, and Volume 10 picks up right where that left off to give a decent look at Deadpool as a character whilst still having the usual nutcase antics that we've come to expect. This volume would have gotten 4 stars, if not for the truly dreadful Deadpool: The Musical contained in the fin...more
Naomi Young
Deadpool is just awesome. Enough said.
I wasn't over the top about this one. I've read better Deadpool books, but this one did have some laugh out loud moments so it deserved 3 stars. I think what really made this book was the last comic, suddenly it was a musical and there were all these characters I didn't know but it was so funny.
There are a couple things wrong with this.

I think the primary one is that there's no real reason for "Evil Deadpool" to be evil. The other things is that he is really evil, which takes a lot of comedy out of the story.

Captain America shows up again to be the largely ineffective symbol of authority.

Ultimately it's a good (albeit classic) set-up but it seems that no one knew what to do.
The war within Deadpool rages on, only this time there's a physical body for him to fight. I like this storyline and how Deadpool is trying so hard to fit in and be something that people can like and look up to, but he manages to fail every time. This volume was hilarious, and made me eager to see what's next with ol' Deadpool. The ending was awesome and left me on the edge of my seat.
I was left quite disappointed by the previous one, but this book was much better. I still don't like this series as much as Cable & Deadpool and I have a lot of issues with what Daniel Way does sometimes, but at least I managed to get some laughs and I thought the plot was quite well done. Also the "bonus" at the end was absolutely hilarious.
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Captain America comes into this one, which is awesome. Wade running around trying to stop himself and trying to make Cap understand he's actually trying to help this time is pretty amazing.
Geoff Derks
Deadpool: The Musical (#49.1) is worth 4 stars, but I couldn't get into this volume. I feel volumes 8, 9, and 10 dropped off in quality versus the earlier Daniel Way editions.
This was ok.

The art was on the better side (by Deadpool standards)

but I did not laugh very much.

It was ok, for a library borrow.
Funny. Haven't read much Deadpool before. I liked it. Musical at the end. . .not much too my liking. But overall, funny.
Daniel Butcher
I could have really done without the Deadpool Musical...but hey, it's got good Deadpool and Evil Deadpool to enjoy!
I really enjoyed reading this; but in my opinion the evil Deadpool could have been better in terms of appearence.
Coleman Concannon
Finally back to typical funny Deadpool shenanigans, but this time two-fold. Ends with you begging for more.
deadpool the musical was one of the most painful things I've read in comics.
Scott wachter
Deadpool trying to outwit himself.
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