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Brian Posehn & Gerry Duggan on the Trollish Psycho-Drama That is ‘Deadpool’ [Interview]
Brian Posehn & Gerry Duggan on the Trollish Psycho-Drama That is ‘Deadpool’ [Interview]
When I say that Deadpool -- which just wrapped up a six-issue arc in which a hideous, indestructible and relentlessly jocular assassin re-kills the supernaturally re-animated, bent-on-destruction corpses of long deceased U.S. Presidents -- is possibly the most cleverly defined, consistently executed and most addictive book of the entire Marvel NOW slate, you might accuse me of trolling... Read Mor
Duggan, Posehn & Moore’s Plans for Deadpool: Beating Up Dead Presidents (And Their Pets)
Duggan, Posehn & Moore’s Plans for Deadpool: Beating Up Dead Presidents (And Their Pets)
On sale now from Marvel is Deadpool #1, reintroducing the ultra-violent, unkillable, occasionally fourth-wall-breaking and frequently hilarious "Merc with a Mouth" created by Rob Liefeld and Fabian Nicieza in the early 1990s. The new series comes courtesy of comedians and comics writers Gerry Duggan (The Infinite Horizon) and Brian Posehn (The Goon: Noir) and artist Tony Moore (Fear Agen
Posehn, Duggan, Moore Take On Zombie Presidents And More In ‘Deadpool’ #1 In November
Posehn, Duggan, Moore Take On Zombie Presidents And More In ‘Deadpool’ #1 In November
It looks like Wade Wilson will be sporting some updated combat attire as he faces down an assortment of deadly monsters (and perhaps a chimichanga or two) in Deadpool #1 this November. In interviews with Marvel and IGN, new creative team Brian Posehn, Gerry Duggan and Tony Moore (alongside a cover by Geof Darrow) shed official new light on their plans for the Merc With a Mouth in the Marvel Now...
Marvel Teases Brian Posehn, Gerry Duggan, Tony Moore On ‘Deadpool’
Marvel Teases Brian Posehn, Gerry Duggan, Tony Moore On ‘Deadpool’
After three days of teaser images released by Marvel in support of their Marvel NOW! initiative, there's been quite a bit of anticipation as to what the next images would be. The first three have featured popular and respected creative teams attached to powerful adjectives that, we can all assume, are meant to represent Iron Man, Thor, and The Hulk...