Buckle Up Dear Deadpool Fans!

VeVe & Marvel are dropping this series all week at www.veve.me/comics and we’re diving headfirst into one of the wildest, most chaotic comic book storylines ever conceived: "Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe." Imagine Deadpool, our favorite fourth-wall-breaking mercenary, on a rampaging killing spree, and you've got the gist of this bananas storyline.

Written by Cullen Bunn and illustrated by Dalibor Talajić, this miniseries is exactly what the DOKTA ORDERED– Deadpool unhinged and out for blood. The plot kicks off with Psycho-Man messing with Wade Wilson's already scrambled brain, pushing him over the edge. With his sense of humor gone dark and nihilistic, Deadpool figures the only way to end his suffering is to take out every single Marvel character. And when we say everyone, we mean EVERYONE. From Spider-Man to the Avengers, X-Men, and even the godlike cosmic entities, no one is safe from Deadpool’s murderous spree.

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From the VeVe website detailing their drop: "The Best-Selling Deadpool series! What if everything you thought was funny about Deadpool...was actually just disturbing? - What if he decided to kill everyone and everything that makes up the Marvel Universe? - What if he actually pulled it off? Would that be FUN for you? - The Merc with a Mouth takes a turn for the twisted in a weekly horror comic like no other."

GoCollect shows 9.8 CGC Graded Issue #1 trending around $280, but as Deadpool’s theatrical titles continue to impress, we could continue to see interest & activity grow along with a character Marvel feels comfortable releasing in ‘Restricted’ format, appealing to a very wide array of audiences.


Pretty much the creative ways Deadpool dispatches his foes. Remember how Wolverine regenerates from almost any damage?  Well, Deadpool finds a way to neutralize that pesky healing factor.  Think Doctor Strange’s magic can protect him?  Nope. The ingenious and often hilariously over-the-top methods Deadpool employs are a big part of what makes this storyline a blast to read. The dark humor is relentless, and the gore is amped up to eleven. It’s like watching a horror movie directed by someone who’s in on the joke.

With Deadpool 3 on the MCU release horizon this summer, we see some speculation about how much of "Deadpool Kills the MCU" might make it into the movie. Ryan Reynolds has already proven he can bring Wade Wilson to life with the perfect blend of irreverence and badassery, so imagining him slicing and dicing his way through the MCU is both thrilling and terrifying. While it's unlikely that the film will be a direct adaptation (let’s face it, they’re not going to kill off the entire MCU roster), we could see some elements or nods to this infamous storyline. Maybe Deadpool will break the fourth wall in even more outrageous ways, or perhaps we’ll see some dark, twisted humor similar to what’s in the comic.

After all, Marvel did release trailer footage of Deadpool kind of promising “to save their little MCU!” One thing's for sure: if the movie captures even a fraction of the comic's fun, we're in for a treat.


For comic enthusiasts, "Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe" is more than just a fun read. It’s a collector's gem. First, it's a storyline that took a bold step by allowing one of Marvel's most unpredictable characters to run amok in the most brutal fashion. The shock value and sheer audacity make it a memorable addition to any collection. Plus, the art by Dalibor Talajić brings a visceral, gritty feel that complements Deadpool's carnage perfectly. The miniseries also inspired sequels like "Deadpool Killustrated" and "Deadpool Kills Deadpool," making it a cornerstone of a unique trilogy that explores the depths of Deadpool's madness.

For me, I love how many other variants bring in elements from my childhood years – anyone remember how hard Wil.E.Coyote tried to get that damned roadrunner?  How about this variant from ASM #54 by Javier Garron?  Or the Sketch Cover Campbell variant from #1 (the rare edition on VeVe)? Oh yeah - Keep ‘em comin!!!


For anyone who loves their superhero stories with a side of dark humor and extreme action, this is probably one to put on your wish list if you haven’t read it already. It's a wild, unpredictable ride through the Marvel Universe seen through the blood-splattered lens of Deadpool's fractured psyche.

Whether you’re a hardcore Deadpool fan or just looking for something completely out of the ordinary, this storyline delivers in spades. And for collectors, it's a slice of comic book history that’s sure to be a conversation starter for years to come. So, grab your copy, settle in, and enjoy the mayhem. Just maybe keep a few tissues handy – for the laughter, of course.

The Marvel-licensed digital collectible series has been releasing the week of June 12th on VeVe in limited edition release (only 3000 total digital versions, with 5 cover variants per issue).  Check out more about all the titles at their blog, https://blog.veve.me/

Enjoy The Readings Everyone & Happy Collecting!