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Even though I've got a stack of 'em sitting next to me, I'll admit that I'm more than a little behind on the current run of Deadpool. As a result, I've been completely unaware that they've been doing flashback stories set in past eras of the Marvel Universe, until the moment I saw the preview for #13, in which Brian Posehn, Gerry Duggan, Scott Koblish and Val Staples reveal an untold tale of everyone's favorite mercenary mixing it up with Power Man, Iron Fist, and best of all, the Baseball Furies.
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Deadpool is one of the few characters who seems to fit perfectly in the world of video games. He's a dude who literally does nothing but kill people and make wisecracks, specializes in both melee and ranged attacks, and even has that nifty short-range teleporter that can be used for dodging attacks or platforming. It's a no-brainer, and I'm kind of surprised that it's taken this long for it to actually happen. That said, even with all that he's got going for him, Deadpool as a character brings a pretty unique challenge to the table when it comes to trying to translate him to a game, and it all comes down to tone.
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Minimates collectors may want to secure some clear shelf space before San Diego Comic-Con on July 17-21, especially if they're keen on Iron Man and Deadpool. Action Figure Xpress has announced an exclusive new "Deadpool Assemble" box set packing Cable-Pool, Captain Ameri-Pool, Thor-Pool and Phonics-Killer Iron Deadpool, plus a massive Iron Man 3"Hall of Armors" 10-pack that stocks eight of Shellhead's most iconic movie suits, along with 'mates of Tony Stark and Pepper Potts.
If you're looking for Hasbro's exclusive 3.75" Marvel Universe Deadpool Corps box set this July at San Diego Comic-Con, you won't just be looking for Booth #3329, you'll be looking for a taco truck. Deadpool, Lady Deadpool, Champion of the Universe, Kidpool, Dogpool and Squirrelpool are getting served up to fans in taco shell style blister packs, boxed inside a cardboard tray that rides inside DP's "El Guero Taqueria."
The Deadpool video game is set to arrive on June 25 from Activision and High Moon Studios, bringing not only the Merc With a Mouth to current generation consoles, but also an increasingly expansive cast of Marvel regulars - especially X-Men stars. Fans have already gotten a decent look at the game's version of Cable, Domino and Death, and now a few ne