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So I would like to get into Deadpool.
Could anyone be so kind to give me some recommendations for good gateway comics?

I have read nothing with Deadpool before, so anything goes.
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Well, I sorta recommend reading the original series that started in the 1997. It has its ups and downs, but it was quite good. It was also the most serious attempt at giving him a character. Read the Agent X miniseries after. It's only somewhat related, but it was written by Gail Simone. And Gail Simone kicks arse.

Cable & Deadpool was pretty good, but it was more of ADVENTURES OF CABLE WITH DEADPOOL AS THE WACKY SIDEKICK. If you don't like Cable, skip it. If you don't mind, read it. It was sometimes quite good. And sometimes very bad.

Then you might want to start reading the new ongoing Deadpool series. It's good. Doesn't have a story, just some wacky random shit, but that doesn't make it terrible. All the weird tie-ins I've read, like Deadpool Corps, have been terrible so far. Or so I've thought.



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>>16217
Then I guess I'll just start at the beginning.
Much obliged, much obliged.

Superhero comics are so hard to get into.


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