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No way man, I am not reading that spoiler. Whatever's in there, when/ what issue/ volume do I find out?
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The T-Ray/memories story concludes somewhere in Deadpool's first ongoing (the one you're reading). I don't quite remember what issue it was, though.
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Alright, so I'll continue reading Volume 2. Then I'll get to Deadpool: Origins.

Anyone know anything about the Deadpool/ Mr. Myxlplyx/ Deathstroke crossover?
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Hancock wrote:Alright, so I'll continue reading Volume 2. Then I'll get to Deadpool: Origins.

Anyone know anything about the Deadpool/ Mr. Myxlplyx/ Deathstroke crossover?
This is what I found on wikipedia:
The Marvel Comics character Deadpool is similar to Deathstroke. Deadpool commonly uses the name "Wade Wilson," similar to "Slade Wilson." In Superman/Batman Annual #1, written by former Deadpool author Joe Kelly, Deathstroke from the antimatter universe appears and has similar characteristics to Deadpool (such as Deadpool's "merc with a mouth" wisecracks, and a black spot on his mask over his eye somewhat resembling Deadpool's). While this character did not seem to be as skilled at fighting as Deathstroke, his healing factor seemed far more effective, with Slade becoming annoyed at how hard he was to kill. This character tries to introduce his name multiple times but is always interrupted. The most he was able to get out was "Dea-". It could be implied that Deadpool is the Marvel counterpart of Deathstroke, who was created eleven years earlier. Marvel seemingly acknowledged this in the Cable/Deadpool series, where Deadpool sometimes answers a letters column. Deadpool claimed that he did not want to be in a Marvel/DC crossover, because people might mistake him for a certain DC character.
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Does Volume 2 also resolve Mercedes' comeback from the dead?
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Hancock wrote:Does Volume 2 also resolve Mercedes' comeback from the dead?
Yes it resolves her apparent comeback. to find out the rest of deapool's story involving t-ray you have to read the very last issues of the deadpool and cable series. but i would just read the whole thing cause that series is fucking awesome/funny/fun....(continue with random positive verbs)

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Hancock wrote:Does Volume 2 also resolve Mercedes' comeback from the dead?
Yes it resolves her apparent comeback. to find out the rest of deapool's story involving t-ray you have to read the very last issues of the deadpool and cable series. but i would just read the whole thing cause that series is fucking awesome/funny/fun....(continue with random positive verbs)
LOL. Amen to that. :D
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That Superman/Batman Annual is hilarious. Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent are on an ocean liner when Deathstroke attacks. And so does "Dea-". Hilarity ensues as this Deadpool-like character is beaten up, blown up and injured in many, many ways.

Issue #38 of Cable & Deadpool features the FINAL word on the name Wade Wilson. I say final as C&DP was written by Fabien Niceza (or however you spell it), who was his co-creator.

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Oh yeah, that SM/BM issue was really screwed-up. But what made me laugh was when Bruce said: The chin!

What? The chin? The chin gave Kent's secret identity away? Really, the CHIN? C'mon! :shock:
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Lmao, I have to read this. Gonna go find that issue. :D
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Alright, this may be a really stupid question, but I need to know. The two other voices in Deadpool's head, are they separate? Or is the yellow colored thought bubble Deadpool talking or is that a voice in is head. I know the white colored though bubble is a voice in his head.
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I like to think that the yellow is Deadpool's thoughts while the white one is Wade Wilson before he went loco.
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i don't remeber when but at somepoint they made it so that he did have 2 separate voices in his head, and all he could do was think out loud or something. It was funny cause every time he argued with his voices or put up a random "thought" everyone around him would wonder who he was talking to.

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Daniel Way started that.. and don't get me wrong, it's always fun.. but enough. Way always makes Deadpool so stupid that sometimes I want to commit suicide.. Just don't make him ridiculous will you? Deadpool's not that guy.
Tho I see it in a way with the so-many-many-aahhh-MANY-voices as Lex said.. I feel sorry for Wade, cuz he could do better.
That being said, I love the ongoing series ( you can put the word "many" here too ) but I still miss Joe Kelly as hell.. or Fabian N. for that matter.
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The two voices are separate to his own thoughts. I was annoyed when the second voice appeared out of nowhere. But in Deadpool & Cable #50 (Cable #50), Duane Swierczynski showed where the second voice started. Because through the entire issue, Deadpool only had one internal voice. Right at the end, he had two.

So, thought Way gave DP two voices initially, he got them when helping Cable escape mutant haters.

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