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Deadpool: All in the Family (Deadpool)

3.52  ·  Rating details ·  107 Ratings  ·  15 Reviews
One collection packed with stories that will forever change the way you look at yourself. CHILL as Lady Deadpool and Headpool try to find the root cause of their majorly abusive frenemieship. Then THRILL as Kidpool and Dogpool embark on a 100-ton mechanized joy ride and and uhm...GET ILL as Dogpool makes a brand-new archenemy. Then it's 'Two Mutants and a Baby' in the unto ...more
Paperback, 120 pages
Published September 28th 2011 by Marvel
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Oct 26, 2011 rated it liked it
I feel like this trade was kind of thrown together out of bits and pieces just to make a trade. I'm ok with that, because there's some really good stuff here. It starts with the Deadpool Family one shot, a series of short stories about the various members of the Deadpool Corps. It is, naturally, a mixed bag, but mostly good and definitely weird. Then there's Cable #25, a flashback to when Deadpool helped Cable get baby Hope out of Alaska. It's a great reminder of why the Cable and Deadpool team ...more
Elliot James
Aug 13, 2017 rated it really liked it
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I thought this was a really fun, enjoyable comic, and it was great seeing all of the Deadpool Corps again. I particularly loved the final story of just Deadpool, it was very serious, and quite sad though.
Sep 22, 2011 rated it liked it
Kind of a weird little collection of Deadpool stories themed around, um, family? I guess? This really just feels like a collection Marvel threw together so they could slap Deadpool's name on the cover and get idiots like me to buy it with no prior knowledge of what it actually is.

Collected here are "Deadpool Family," a one-shot of short stories about each member of the Deadpool Corps, as well as Cable #25-26, which tie-in directly to the X-Men crossovers Messiah Complex and Second Coming. So, tw
May 24, 2014 rated it liked it
I got this trade mainly because I wanted the two issues that feature Cable and Deadpool back together again (however briefly).

The first issue collected is Deadpool Family #1, which contains four short stories (and three of the four of them involve the Deadpool Corps members). I haven't started reading Deadpool Corps yet, and although I'm sure I'll get around to it at some point because I have a masochistic need to torture myself and read everything Deadpool (no matter how poorly written or how
John Williams
Deadpool: All in the Family. 6 stories. 3 were decent. The sampler style is a little disorienting here. Reading comics normally is disorienting by itself. The stories with Cable were fine and did a good job of showcasing what makes Deadpool great but it didn't make up for the fact that this volume just doesn't work too well. If you want to jump on the Deadpool train post-movie, find a different volume.
Mar 12, 2013 rated it really liked it
The moment I opened this book, I was starting to tell myself how insane this was. Which is not a good thing because I was simply talking to myself. It's a collection of insane Deadpool stories, some of which leave you scratching your head, others that can only make you giggle with deviousness. Either way, very fun to read.
Kimberli Francis
Sep 24, 2012 rated it really liked it
For someone who is new to the Deadpool world, this gave me a nice mix of different Deadpool Story lines. It also introduced me to the other members of the Pool family (Kidpool, Dogpool ect.)If anything, I now want to go out and get me some more Wade!
Mar 29, 2016 rated it liked it
Not sure what I was expecting, but this was just a collection of issues that relate to family. Some were unexpectedly touching, some just fell flat, for me. Longtime followers of DP might enjoy having just the collection, but the stories don't really work outside of their original arcs.
Tara Calaby
This is a very strange combination of issues for a trade paperback, and it doesn't really work for me. All three are confusing without knowledge of the greater arcs that they fit into and don't work well as stand-alones.
Amanda [Novel Addiction]
Jun 15, 2012 rated it really liked it
This was weird, funny, and strange - everything I want from a Deadpool comic. Definitely reading more!
Apr 07, 2014 rated it really liked it
Decent intro to Deadpool who I had not read much of before.
Hannah Givens
Sep 09, 2016 rated it liked it
Mostly bad, but liked the last story.
Oct 12, 2012 rated it liked it
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This novel seems like a compilation of snippets from different parts of Deadpool's life and universes. A good introduction to the Deadpool universe.
Jul 21, 2012 rated it really liked it
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James began writing for live theater; creating sketch comedy, stand-up, plays and musicals. After a few years writing and performing in New Orleans and Chicago, a run of one his shows in New York garnered an offer to write for Marvel Comics' X-Men. A lifelong comics fan, James pounced on the opportunity and would go on to write Marvel titles like Uncanny X-Men, Captain America & Bucky, Gambit, ...more
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