Deadpool (1997) - #3
"Stumped! or This Little Piggy Went... Hey! Where's The Piggy?"
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Joseph 'Joe' Kelly
Ed James McGuinness
Richard Alan Starkings - 'RS'
Paul Tutrone - 'P.T.'
Ed James McGuinness
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Cover Date: March 1997
Cover Price: US $ 1.95
Issue Tagline: Love is All Around
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue
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Deadpool jokes around, trying to earn some money about how fast he can regenerate his cut off finger. After losing the cash, Wade gets confused, as… he fails to grow his finger back! Later, he receives a package from an old enemy, Black Tom Cassidy, and inside it lays Wade’s one-time severed hand! After a convincing from Blind Al, Wade goes to visit Siryn at the Xavier Institute, where he informs her about the hand. Theresa doesn’t know where her uncle is right now and, fearing for Tom’s life if she doesn’t help Wade out, she agrees to help him. The trace leads them to the Swiss Alps, where they are welcomed by none other than Dr. Killebrew. He reveals that the hand was just his way to lure Wade to his home, and he doesn’t even know where Tom is right now. Killebrew mentions that he wants to atone for his past criminal acts, for example for what he did to Wade back at the Weapon X Workshop. Killebrew cuts to the chase, and mentions that he wants to talk about Wade’s healing factor, and the fact that Deadpool is also… dying!
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