The Marvel Universe has been around for a long time and with such a long life and history, so it’s current creators love to tear it apart and kill everything in it just for the fun of it.
We have had multiple stories from the Marvel Zombies where the universe was infected by a virus and basically was annihilated close enough, we have had Wolverine vs the Marvel Universe and The Punisher vs the Marvel Universe, so now because apparently we asked for it we have “Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe”
The story is pretty simple and to be honest leaves a lot more questions as to why then anything else, Deadpool is submitted to an institution by Professor X and the X-Men for rehabilitation. But what happens when someone tries to bring balance and control to a mind of pure chaos like Deadpool?
Well it seems like another voice comes forward and sheds real light to what Deadpool has always known to be true, that they are all in a reality that only exist in a comic book world.
So with that in mind he sets off to kill everyone and anyone who has ever been a signature character in the Marvel Universe, and Deadpool goes on his killing spree of all the mayor characters.
What always bugs me about these kinds of stories is how easily a lot of the heroes and villains fall at the hand of Deadpool, some of them fall in a very creative manner, other just show a death scene but no fight. So for a lot of us we might feel ripped off that some of the fights that we expected to have the most exciting moments turn into big time “doh!” moments. Yes he gets the better of a lot of the heroes early on but even some of the more monumental battles turn into large page scenes of corpses.
Overall this a 4 part skip, unless you are a hardcore deadpool fan and just have to see how this all turns out then I would just borrow a copy and enjoy it that way, because in the end this just turns into Deadpool meets Lord of the Rings with a Smeagol type of narration back and forth.
Well what I can say is that this does feel like the writers took the time to not aim at the idea board with their magical money making darts, so next time we will be treated to “Howard the Duck bites the Marvel Universe” and “Rocket Raccoon Growls at the Marvel Universe”.