Deadpool (1997) - #4
"Why Is It, To Save Me, I Must Kill You?"
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Joseph Kelly - 'Joe Kelly'
Ed James McGuinness
Richard Alan Starkings - 'RS'
Paul Tutrone - 'P.T.'
Ed James McGuinness
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Cover Date: April 1997
Cover Price: US $ 1.95
Issue Tagline: Versus The Hulk
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue
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Letters Column: Deadlines
Killebrew explains to Siryn and Deadpool Wade’s disease to the both of them. But, there might be a solution to prevent Wade from dying: they’ll need a sample of the Hulk’s blood, which will stop the gamma radiation Wade was exposed to earlier from continuing to run through his body. Deadpool, Siryn and Killebrew take a plane ride to the Hulk’s new island. Once arrived, Deadpool jumps down and starts fighting the green goliath. After a rough battle, Deadpool manages to slice the Hulk with a street sign, and to grab a blood sample. Despite them noticing that something’s obviously wrong with the Hulk, everyone departs back to the Swiss Alps. There, Killebrew sticks a needle in Deadpool’s arm, with the Hulk’s blood now floating inside him. Killebrew is confident that the procedure has been a success, but they’ll have to be patient until Wade’s finger grows back and he is fully healed. Siryn has full confidence in both Killebrew and Wade. Deadpool thanks Siryn for that. But, this won’t prevent Wade from taking his revenge on Killebrew, and quietly holds a scalpel behind his back, ready for the use.
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