First Look at Deadpool #1 by Duggan & Hawthorne

More Deadpool Than You Wanted in Your New Look at DEADPOOL #1!

Deadpool #1

 

Here’s your first look at a few pages from Deadpool #1 by writer Gerry Duggan and artist Mike Hawthorne, on sale November 4th, 2015 from Marvel Comics.

 

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He’s annoying, he’s dangerous and he smells terrible. But the public loves him! You heard right – Wade Wilson is the world’s most popular superhero! Take that Spidey!

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Preview: Star Wars #7 – The Secret History of Ben Kenobi

The Secret History of Ben Kenobi Revealed in STAR WARS #7!

Star Wars #7

 

Here’s a short preview of Star Wars #7 featuring the secret history of Ben Kenobi by Jason Aaron & Simone Bianchi, on sale July 29th, 2015 from Marvel Comics.

 

Press Release

This July, experience a very special issue of the blockbuster Star Wars series as special guest artist Simone Bianchi (Thanos Rising, Astonishing X-Men) joins chart-topping writer Jason Aaron for a look back into the past with STAR WARS #7!

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Preview: Deadpool Number 250 – The Death of Deadpool

Sayonara Wade!
Your New Look at DEADPOOL NUMBER 250 – the Death of Deadpool!

Deadpool Number 250

Here’s a five page unlettered preview of Deadpool Number 250 (a.k.a. Deadpool #45), a colossal-sized issue featuring the death of Deadpool, on sale April 8th, 2015 from Marvel Comics.

 

Press Release

That’s right! Add up all the Deadpool series (creatively), and April’s DEADPOOL #45 marks Wade Wilson’s landmark 250th issue! How is he celebrating? He’s dying! The end of the line comes for all, even one such as Deadpool, but he’s not gone yet! Say your condolences with this new look at the colossal-sized series finale!

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Deadpool Dies in Deadpool Number 250 in April 2015

Deadpool Number 250 Puts
the DEAD in DEADPOOL!

Deadpool Number 250

The Death of Deadpool and All-Star Creators in April’s DEADPOOL #45

 

Marvel Comics is on a roll.

First they kill off Wolverine. Why not, he’s not that popular. Next they cancel their flagship title, The Fantastic Four and now they’re going after Wade Wilson aka Deadpool.

In Deadpool #45, or number 250, or whatever, writers Gerry Duggan & Brian Posehn along with artist Mike Hawthorne will be committing murder by killing off Deadpool.

Wonder who else will by dying in the Marvel Universe soon? Probably anyone with a film being released under a banner that’s not Marvel Studios.

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Preview: Deadpool #1 by Posehn, Duggan & Moore

Marvel NOW! – DEADPOOL #1 First Look!

Deadpool #1
Here is a 4 page preview of Deadpool #1, by Brian Posehn, Gerry Duggan, Tony Moore, and featuring a cover by Geof Darrow, from Marvel Comics on sale November 7th, 2012. 

Press release

Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Deadpool #1, kicking off the all-new ongoing series from the blockbuster creative team of writers & comedians Brian Posehn (The Sara Silverman Program), Gerry Duggan (Attack of the Show!, Infinite Horizon) and superstar artist Tony Moore (The Walking Dead)!

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Deadpool #1 by Posehn, Duggan, & Moore Kicks Off in November

The Future of DEADPOOL Is Marvel NOW!Deadpool #1 Cover

Superstars Brian Posehn, Gerry Duggan, & Tony Moore  Take The Reins Of Marvel’s Merc With A Mouth!

 

Press release

This November, Wade Wilson gets into a whole world of trouble like you’ve never seen before in Deadpool #1, kicking off the all-new ongoing series from the blockbuster creative team of writers & comedians Brian Posehn (The Sara Silverman Program), Gerry Duggan (Attack of the Show!, Infinite Horizon) and superstar artist Tony Moore (The Walking Dead)! As part of Marvel NOW!, Deadpool  joins a number of titles that will take the Marvel Universe in an exciting all-new direction, as the industry’s top creators join the top Super Heroes to deliver all-new ongoing series, great for new and veteran readers alike!

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Emerald City ComiCon 2012 Sketch Gallery

ECCC 2012 Artist Sketch Gallery!AplBx7SCIAEY9qF

Last weekend, Emerald City ComiCon 2012 was attended by scores of cosplayers, comic book fans, merchants, and writers and artists. Often seen are the scores of cosplayers who are photographed and eventually find their way on to sites like ours.

What you don’t usually see are the Con sketches and commissions that are done by the talented artists who attend these shows. They range from quick little sketches to fully fleshed out commissions that fans often pay good money to acquire.

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