The Merc With A Mouth To Meet His End

By David Nieves

In Marvel Comics ongoing — who can we kill that isn’t in our movies — quest; it appears as though the publisher has set their sights on fan favorite loony bin Deadpool. News broke today over on Nerdist that says April’s Deadpool 250 will culminate in Wade Wilson’s death.

Issue 250 will see series co-writers Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn pen the final clash between Deadpool and terrorist organization Ultimatum. Several short stories from various comedy writers like Ben Blacker, Ben Acker, and Mike Drucker. Here’s the full solicit for Deadpool’s last stand.

Deadpool_45_cover
DEADPOOL #250 (A.K.A. issue #45)

- Advertisement-

Written by GERRY DUGGAN, BRIAN POSEHN, BEN ACKER, BEN BLACKER, NICK GIOVANETTI, PAUL SCHEER, JASON MANTZOUKAS, MIKE DRUCKER, & MORE

Penciled by MIKE HAWTHORNE, SCOTT KOBLISH, & MORE

Cover by SCOTT KOBLISH

FINAL ISSUE!

That’s right—if you add together all the Deadpool series (creatively) issue 45 is the big 250th issue of Deadpool! What better way to celebrate than to end the series? In our over-sized main story, ULTIMATUM comes at Deadpool for revenge, so he has no choice but to take them on—ALL OF THEM. Then, in an Infinity Gauntlet crossover, what would Deadpool do if he got the six gems from Thanos? Plus: a slew of stories showcasing Deadpool’s closest friends and allies by special guest writers! Also, SPOILER: Deadpool dies at the end of the issue.

 

Are you excited by the news or do you feel like Marvel is simply throwing darts on the board blindfolded?

4 COMMENTS

  1. Maybe they want to play hardball with Fox too? Obviously, they can’t kill off the X-Men or Wolverine books like they did FF, but with the Deadpool movie coming out.

    Not that I think this particular strategy is a good idea (far more people will pick up a comic because they saw the movie than will go to the movie because they read the comic) but clearly someone in a decision making position at Marvel thinks it’s a good idea.

  2. If this is true, it’s idiocy on Marvel’s part. Deadpool is a rock solid seller with a great duo writing the title. If this has something to do with Deadpool’s use in other media, I say piss on that. Comic fans, fans of material where the characters originate, shouldn’t have to suffer because of a feud between corporate entities.

Comments are closed.