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Cover Date: January 1997
Cover Price: US $ 2.95
Issue Tagline: Giant-Sized, Wise-Crackin', Rip-Snortin' Premiere Issue of Marvel's First Merc-With-A-Monthly!
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 56 pages
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Deadpool finds himself in the Bolivian jungle. There, he defeats some soldiers and steals a powerful blaster cannon from them. He returns to the general boss in a rebel army, and hands over the blaster like agreed. Wade gets his payment, but the money is useless until the rebels have won the war! Furious, Deadpool uses the blaster to kill all the rebels in return, and teleports away. At this point, Wade doesn’t notice that the entire battle has been watched by Zoe Culloden and her partner, Noah. They suspect Deadpool to be the perfect man for their job, and decide to prepare a test for him. They fake a mission in Antarctica, which they make Deadpool’s field handler, Patch, hand over to him. Deadpool teleports to Antarctica, where he finds a scientific building, operated by Sasquatch. They know each other from the past and fight over it, which results in Deadpool accidentally breaking the gamma core in the building, and almost causes a meltdown. Luckily, he is able just in time to prevent it. A few days later, Zoe and Noah contact Wade and inform him that the mission was a hoax. They need him in a mission, which will change the entire galaxy, and think that Deadpool will play an important role in creating the paradise. Deadpool doubts that very much and, uninterested, teleports out of their sight. However, Zoe is still convinced that Deadpool is their man, and will be more important than their Psi’s will ever want to imagine.
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