Deadpool Team-Up Volume 3: BFFs

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Marvel, Jun 1, 2011 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 168 pages
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Let me tell ya something, Ben Grimm! And when ol' Deadpool's yapping, you better listen and listen good! You may think you're fantastic! But if you're gonna walk that aisle and get in the ring, you're better off with me than against me! I'm all about limousines, fine-looking ladies and--woo!--championship belts! By my side...under my tutelage...you might just amount to something! When it comes to clobbering time...it's time to go to school! What ya gonna do when Deadpoolmania runs wild on you!?!

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Review: Deadpool Team-Up, Vol. 3: BFFs (Deadpool Team-Up #3)

User Review  - Aaron - Goodreads

Another one to toss as I make my way through the massive backlog of terrible Deadpool books I bought in a fit of insanity a few years back. There's a couple of half-decent stories in this collection ... Read full review

Review: Deadpool Team-Up, Vol. 2: Special Relationship (Deadpool Team-Up #2)

User Review  - Aaron - Goodreads

Another largely mediocre collection of one-off Deadpool tales written mostly by writers who don't seem to know their way around comedy. The ideas expressed here were probably pitched as "wouldn't it ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Writer: Rob Williams For "2000 AD" Williams has written "Asylum", with Boo Cook and then ongoing "Low Life" along with one-off short stories. He would again team up with Laurence Campbell for the 2006 "Wolverine Christmas Special" and later a "PunisherMAX" one-shot. Williams would then go on to get other work for Marvel Comics, including a story in the "Dark X-Men: The Beginning anthology", a "Captain Britain" story in "Deadpool Team Up" and a "Ghost Rider". Williams has also written comics based on a number of intellectual properties, including stories for "Star Wars" comics from Dark Horse, and, with the same publisher, writing "Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods".

Artists:

Henry Flint, Flint is a rising star in comics, his extensive work in the UK on "2000 AD" has been collected in various volumes, nmost recently "Zombo: Can I Eat You Please", which he co-created. he has also pencilled DC's "Omega Man". His work on "Shakara" have marked him out from his contemporaries for its amazing character and deisgn work.

Simon Coleby, Coleby started his mainstream work in the British comics industry in 1987, working at both 2000 AD and Marvel UK. At "2000 AD" he contributed heavily to "Judge Dredd" and "Rogue Trooper" as well as becoming the lead artist on "Low Life". He is worked on the relaunch of "The Authority" with writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning. Ben Abernathy, has said "Simon Coleby ... is definitely on the fast-track to becoming an 'elite' level artist.

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