PREVIEW: Deadpool Does Shakespeare –Your First Look at DEADPOOL #21!

Deadpool continues a fabulously successful run this October in its 21st issue.  The new ish is a whopping 81 pages long, and includes a full length issue and a 60 page second story.  The main story focuses on Madcap, an iconic Deadpool villain.  Then, the Merc hops back in time for an adventure involving Shakespeare.  Hold onto your hats for this wild ride, and don’t say Marvel never taught you anything!

Gerry Duggan and Matteo Lolli helm the Madcap story.  Meanwhile, the second story comes from writer Ian Doescher and artist Bruno Oliveira.  Both look amazing in the following preview:

[Original Press Release:]

Deadpool Does Shakespeare –Your First Look at DEADPOOL #21!

New York, NY—September 28th, 2016 — This October, the Merc With a Mouth is crashing headlong into Marvel NOW! and he’s bringing William Shakespeare with him! Today, Marvel is pleased to present your first look insideDEADPOOL #21 – the colossal 80 page issue coming to comic shops and digital devices on October 26th!

First up, witness the the return of one of Deadpool’s greatest adversaries as Madcap returns to the fold in a brand-new full length adventure from Gerry Duggan and Mateo Lolli! No one has pushed Deadpool to the limit quite like Madcap. Is Wade ready to face him again? Then, Deadpool goes Shakespeare for an all-new 60-page tale from writer Ian Doescher (William Shakespeare’s Star Wars) and artist Bruno Oliveira! Those old plays from English class just got a lot more interesting. Don’t say we never taught you anything! Be there for the tales of the bard as you’ve never seen them before when DEADPOOL #21 comes to comic shops and digital devices on October 26th!


DEADPOOL #21 (AUG160837)


Variant Covers by MIKE MAYHEW (AUG160838)
and JANET LEE (AUG160840)

Secret Comic Variant by SCOTT KOBLISH (AUG160839)
Champions Variant by PHIL NOTO (AUG160841)

FOC – 10/03/16, On-Sale – 10/26/16

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