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Cover Date: June 1997
Cover Price: US $1.95
Issue Tagline: Because No One Demanded It... The Return of the Vamp!
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue
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Letters Column: Deadlines
Deadpool is enjoying the time of his life, as he just found out that Siryn hasn’t completely shut out a possible relationship, if Wade remains on the right path and she finds the proper time for it. After spending some time with Blind Al and winning from her during a basketball game, Wade returns to the Hellhouse. There, he is welcomed by Weasel and C.F. Patch is upset with Wade because he didn’t hear from him in a while, and it’s hunting season for mercs right now. Wade makes it up with Patch by giving him some chocolates he likes very much. Wade takes a new mission, which involves busting out a woman named Mary Walker out of a mental institution. After faking that Weasel is mentally ill, they successfully manage to get inside. They even make it to Mary’s room, where Wade gets attacked by none other than… the Vamp! After a rough battle, Wade throws a grenade at Vamp, but it doesn’t kill her. Instead, Vamp disappears, and transforms into her male half of Animus. Wade is disgusted, especially because he kind of had some romantic thoughts about Vamp. The battle continues, and Animus eventually gets killed by Weasel, who drives their escape car through the room they are in and hits Animus real hard. They escape, and Wade drops Mary of at a hotel. She has seemingly changed throughout the battle, and is more confident than Wade first met her. Apparently, she has a spilt personality problem. She asks Wade to wait while she goes to change her clothes. After doing that, Mary pronounces that the good, weak Mary is gone, and that she can finally proudly enter the scene as… Typhoid Mary!
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