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Wolverine/Deadpool: Weapon X (Wolverine Marvel Comics)

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When Wolverine rebuffs the reconstituted Weapon X program, management is forced to settle for second best -- but Deadpool's first assignment may test the limits of his loyalty.
Paperback, 240 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Marvel Comics Group (first published August 2002)
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This isn't a Wolverine/Deadpool crossover, not really. Instead, it's a complete Wolverine story, followed by a complete Deadpool story. But you need to read the Wolverine story, at least part of it, to get the Deadpool story. Basically, it's a revival of Weapon X, showing up in Wolverine first to try and recruit him, then falling back on Deadpool when that fails. The Wolverine story was ok, but I started to lose interest when Beast fell out of it. The Deadpool story was much, much better for me. ...more
The Wolverine story here is strange: it has a lot of good ideas, and the plot holds together well enough. There's just something awkward about the whole thing: Beast is out of place, there's a random ghost, and so on. It has all the right ingredients for a good story, they're just organized in a weird way. I can't even really specify what's so weird about it, really.

The Deadpool story is also ok, but it's flaws are a little more awkward: Deadpool's humor is just so hard to get right. It has to b
The Wolverine story was somewhat dry. The story didn't seem to come together very well.

The second half focuses around Deadpool. It was much better than the first half. Deadpool was as quick witted and goofy as ever. Very entertaining. If you choose to read I would just skip the first half and jump straight to the Deadpool volumes.
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