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Deadpool, Volume 3: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

(Deadpool (2012) (Collected Editions) #3)

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It begins with a lost Deadpool adventure from the groovy seventies as DP hits the streets with Power Man and Iron Fist! But when the threat the Trio-For-Hire faced resurfaces in the modern day, Deadpool must track down his old pals for a rematch!

Then, when Deadpool’s past in the Weapon X Program returns to haunt him, he recruits fellow Weapon Plus alums — and reluctant al
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Paperback, 162 pages
Published January 7th 2014 by Marvel (first published December 17th 2013)
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Bradley
Mar 13, 2017 rated it really liked it
There are a few funny parts in this, but for the most part, it's more about the feels and the discovery that Deadpool is human. Sortof.

As for story, it's probably the best of the bunch. I loved the beginning weirdo history in the 70's and the blacksploitation with Luke and Danny, and especially the horrible villain, "The White Man" lol.

Of course, his history and his future collide and as he's losing his mind he goes through a good introspective stage.

We even get Cap and Logan hating on him and e
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Anne
Oct 06, 2014 rated it liked it
3.5 stars

I'm not sure how to feel right now. I just...
That's was freakin' sad!
Maybe I'm just hormonal or something, but I almost cried over a DEADPOOL comic book.
I mean, WhatTheFuck ?!
That's not normal! That's not right!

Ok, first little bit was a 70's throwback issue, and it was pretty funny.
Not as funny as the one in the last volume, but still funny.
Then the book enters into a rather long story arc about this evil scientist working for the North Koreans, who has been experimenting with Wade's
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Liam
Sep 14, 2016 rated it really liked it
( 3.5 STARS )

Adored the artwork and the stories were all pretty good and more emotional than expected! You can always count of deadpool for an entertaining read!
Mike
=== 1st attempt, left for posterity/self-shaming ===
The White Man episode was a throwaway, but was wryly amusing. (I'm not even gonna entertain the 70's episode - weird and just not funny.)

And the after watching friend after friend show up with meh reviews, I just lost the will to follow them. Too many punishment comics out there, why kill the good feelings I have towards Deadpool too?

Gave up, prolly gonna wait for the movie to try DP again.

=== tried reading a 2nd time after all the online rave
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Gianfranco Mancini


Best volume of Posehn & Duggan's Deafpool run.
The lost throwback 70s tale opening it and the following one with Dead-Pimp and the Heroes for Hire was a too much fun read, but the 5 part storyline naming the volume was a real blast, full of hard hits to the reader's guts and heart.



Never thought a Deadpool comic could be so sad and intense.

Excelsior!
Sam Quixote
Feb 06, 2014 rated it it was ok
Oof. This is where the joke wears thin.

My favourite issue of the series so far has been the “Demon in a Bottle” parody in Deadpool #7 where Deadpool went back to 1980 or thereabouts and visited Tony Stark who was in the midst of his alcoholism. It was genuinely funny and drawn in the style of Marvel comics back in the day which was an inspired choice.

Probably due to the success of that issue, Duggan/Posehn have tried it again here, doing a two-part story set in the 70s when Power Man and Iron
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Lono
Sep 15, 2014 rated it liked it
Went in to this trade with higher expectations than I probably should have. It got some really great reviews here. Overall, I was just a little let down. Still, I found some of the ridiculousness funny and chuckled like a 12 year old at Pool’s one-liners on a couple of occasions.

The first part of the collection takes us back to when disco was king, bellbottoms were in, and racial jokes could still be funny. Deadpool, Iron Fist, and Power Man take on “The White Man”. He’s a pimp. A pimp call “The
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Aaron
Feb 09, 2016 rated it really liked it
This particular run of Deadpool occasionally has throwback issues which kick off new stories, inserting Deadpool into pre-1990's era comics in entertaining ways. This time, Deadpool (aka Wade Wilson, the merc with the mouth and the hit movie) tries to join the 1970's-era Heroes for Hire and then runs into Luke Cage and Iron Fist in the present. The collection then follows up with a five-issue story co-starring Captain America and Wolverine, as the former Weapon Plus candidates team up to bring a ...more
Chelsea
Apr 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Another great volume in this run. This is probably the only series where throwback filler issues don't detract from my appreciation of the series. Perhaps because Posehn and Duggan always tie it to the current storyline.

This begins with Deadpool teaming up with Iron Fist and Luke Cage to take down a villain named The White Man (Yikes!). The entire time, it's the usual schtick of Deadpool wanting to be part of a team and the legitimate heroes denying their partnership. There's some humor here wh
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Coral Davies
Jan 21, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This series by Duggan and Posehn is truly brilliant and this is the best instalment yet. The balance of humour and darkness is just right and they have done an excellent job of disecting Deadpools character and searching deep within him for some humanity and emotion, proving that he is not simply a 2d comedian. Finally we get to explore some more of Deadpools past and what has made him who he is and the climax of this story is heartbreaking. Poor Deadpool, what happens is so sad but finally forc ...more
Jeannette Nikolova
Mar 25, 2018 rated it liked it
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It took me a while to write this review, huh?! As in, I read the book 3 months ago.

I don't think I want to continue with Deadpool. I've generally kind of given up on superhero comic books, and if I did continue, I don't think he would be the one that I would choose.

Deadpool just makes me very confused. I always thought the Deadpool books were supposed to be funny, but in reality, they are just depressing and sad. Deadpool is a totally underrated human b
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Claire
Jun 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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I CRIED
Josh
May 03, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: graphic-novels
The first two-part storyline was pretty good - funny, crass, gritty - everything to be expected from Deadpool. However, the final part with the Wolverine/Captain America team-up raised the bar so much farther. With all the traditional Deadpool characteristics, the story also found a solid emotional center that gave real humanity and tragedy to the merc with a mouth. It was well told, carried a good three-way dynamic, and pulled no punches with the powerful ending. Well done.
Dan
Jul 08, 2016 rated it liked it
This was such an awkward read. I mean the beginning of this was uber bad....with the blacksploitation rendering of a classic Heroes for Hire story where we discover how and why Deadpool has a daughter. They just never explained how everyone forgot the events of that story. The Faux men story was just not as good as I had hoped it would have been.
Petr
Oct 18, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: art
I admit, I came from the Deadpool movie. The comic, although it had a nice story arc, just did not deliver what I expected from a Deadpool comic. It was a nice super hero comic but while Wolverine and Cap felt similar as in the movies (or other comics), Deadpool felt more like a tragic broken hero. Maybe that is what he truly is...
Zelsh
Apr 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The respect/story/friendship/dynamics between Deadpool, Wolverine y Captain America is one of my favorite things. Loved this!
Lexy Rycroft
Oct 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This comic is heartbreaking but such a good read.
Irina
Nov 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: graphic-novels
Wonderful :D
Michael Church
Dec 28, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: marvel-comics
One if the best comics I have ever read. The story does an amazing job of setting the stage and executing the important pieces that it wants to accomplish. It's even better because the writers are doing the fun bit of writing a "lost issue" every now and then. This one set the backstory for the next present day issue and then added a dimension the "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly" that I totally didn't see coming.

The art has a bunch of looks. Koblish does an amazing job channeling the old 70s l
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Chris Lemmerman
Jan 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
The main complaint about most Deadpool stuff after Joe Kelly's run is that it's not as good as Joe Kelly's run. This volume of Deadpool is as good, if not better, than Joe Kelly's run. The balance between humour and seriousness is perfect, and Deadpool has never been more frightening or more hilarious. This story cuts right to the heart of Deadpool as a character, what he's been through in his life, and how it has affected him and how other people think of him as a result. The opening two issues ...more
Lisa
Starting well with a throwback to the seventies where we find Luke Cage and Iron Fist working as heroes for hire who really don't want Deadpool to join their club, once we got into the meat of the story, this one took a sudden turn towards angst city - something I was definitely not expecting. Once the angst increased, all of the things that fill me with glee - the snarky asides and general nihilism - disappeared. What was left was the kind of story you typically find in most outings of other su ...more
e
Mar 05, 2015 rated it it was ok
Shelves: comics
as far as i'm concerned, if women are still killed off for the sake of plot/manpain, it's shitty writing
Natalia
Aug 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This one was one of my brother's favorites, and I can see why! This one was really intense. I loved it.
Tara
Dec 09, 2014 rated it it was amazing
What? Real Deadpool feels? What? I'm not comfortable with that. haha.
Travis
Mar 03, 2016 rated it really liked it
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4.11111
Beth
Jun 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: comics-read-2016
I loved this!
Fantasy  Svet
Aug 21, 2017 rated it really liked it
Deadpool aneb námezdní žoldák, který nezavře zobák je zpět. Už po čtvrté. Tentokrát se po jeho bok přidají i takové postavy jako Wolverine nebo Kapitán Amerika, a nechybí ani zběsilá jízda plná hlášek, soubojů a nadsázky čili všeho, co máme na Deadpoolovi rádi.

Začátek nás jako již několikrát předtím zavede do barevné retro minulosti tohoto specifického hrdiny a my sledujeme, jak se chtěl Deadpool přidat k nájemným superhrdinům a trochu to nevyšlo podle jeho představ. Následně se přeneseme do sou
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Villain E
Mar 26, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics, superheroes
You know Deadpool's origin, right? A guy with a checkered past who may or may not be named Wade Wilson contracts cancer. He volunteers for the Canadian supersoldier program, where he is given a version of Wolverine's healing factor, which cures his cancer but leaves him looking like a walking tumor. Then he ... yes, you in the back with your hand raised? Yes, they cured his cancer. Well, I do suppose the discovery of a cure for cancer would be a big deal, but ... Yes, maybe they should use it as ...more
Brašna
Jul 05, 2017 rated it really liked it
Když si tak čtete nové české vydání Deadpoola a k pultu vám přijde rodinka v čele s asi dvanáctiletým klukem, který na vás vystartuje: "Kde máte nového Deadpoola?" V zápětí se strhne rodinná hádka, že "takhle se přece paní prodavačka neoslovuje, aspoň dobrý den řeknu," načež přijde reakce "tak už ho nech. obrázek o naší rodině už si u paní prodavačky nespravíme," a z kontextu pochopíte, že dítě už několik dílů doma má, tatínek to hrdě podporuje a maminka asi ani neví, o co jde.
Tak tohle dětem ne
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Clare
Mar 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
5 out of 5 stars.

Guess who felt down and picked up a Deadpool comic thinking there would be comedy and violence and things to make her cheer up but instead found all of those things AND a heaping load of sadness?

ME!

Honestly, I loved all of this comic... There was depth to Deadpool that I hadn't come across in any of the other comics I've read involving him so far and I felt so freaking sad for him towards the end. I know that his backstory is shitty, that he's had a pretty tough time and all of
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Brian Edmund Posehn[1] (born July 6, 1966) is an American actor, voice actor, musician, writer, and comedian, known for his roles as Jim Kuback on The WB's Mission Hill and Brian Spukowski on Comedy Central's The Sarah Silverman Program.

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