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Sun Tzu's Art of War has been called the definitive work on military strategy and tactics. It has influenced leaders in both warfare and business for hundreds of years. Which means it's totally in the public domain, and ripe for being ripped off by Deadpool! And what's Deadpool's plan to ensure that his version outsells the original? Make sure the world is at war when it c Sun Tzu's Art of War has been called the definitive work on military strategy and tactics. It has influenced leaders in both warfare and business for hundreds of years. Which means it's totally in the public domain, and ripe for being ripped off by Deadpool! And what's Deadpool's plan to ensure that his version outsells the original? Make sure the world is at war when it comes out! But Deadpool soon finds it's easier starting a war than it is keeping the war under his control! Now, Loki has imprisoned 'Pool and is about to conquer Earth! Fortunately, Deadpool knows the art of war, right? (He does, that's sort of the point. He's teaching you about war in this series.) Will Deadpool's war destroy Earth – or make him a best-selling author? Collects Deadpool's Art of War #1–4.


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Sun Tzu's Art of War has been called the definitive work on military strategy and tactics. It has influenced leaders in both warfare and business for hundreds of years. Which means it's totally in the public domain, and ripe for being ripped off by Deadpool! And what's Deadpool's plan to ensure that his version outsells the original? Make sure the world is at war when it c Sun Tzu's Art of War has been called the definitive work on military strategy and tactics. It has influenced leaders in both warfare and business for hundreds of years. Which means it's totally in the public domain, and ripe for being ripped off by Deadpool! And what's Deadpool's plan to ensure that his version outsells the original? Make sure the world is at war when it comes out! But Deadpool soon finds it's easier starting a war than it is keeping the war under his control! Now, Loki has imprisoned 'Pool and is about to conquer Earth! Fortunately, Deadpool knows the art of war, right? (He does, that's sort of the point. He's teaching you about war in this series.) Will Deadpool's war destroy Earth – or make him a best-selling author? Collects Deadpool's Art of War #1–4.

30 review for Deadpool's Art of War

  1. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    2.5 stars There were moments. Like, genuinely funny moments. There just weren't...enough. It's kind of dull in the overall sense. Which is just sort of sad, but also sort of what I expected out of a book called Deadpool's Art of War. The gist is that Deadpool (due to a time traveling merc job) has decided to take credit for Mr. Tzu's book. But in order to get it published present day, he'll need to make it relevent. So. He heads over to Ass-guard to stir up some shit betwixt Odin's boys. On one ha 2.5 stars There were moments. Like, genuinely funny moments. There just weren't...enough. It's kind of dull in the overall sense. Which is just sort of sad, but also sort of what I expected out of a book called Deadpool's Art of War. The gist is that Deadpool (due to a time traveling merc job) has decided to take credit for Mr. Tzu's book. But in order to get it published present day, he'll need to make it relevent. So. He heads over to Ass-guard to stir up some shit betwixt Odin's boys. On one hand, I didn't think it was terrible. But on the other, it took me several weeks to finish a Deadpool comic. Bottom line? It should have been funnier than it was. Obligitory Chris Hemsworth GIF b/c this thing has Thor in it. Sorry, Jeff.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jeff

    It’s always hard to dislike a Deadpool volume, but it’s doubly hard when it’s written by Peter David, a favorite writer. This one is terrible. The story: Deadpool gets sent back in time to kill Sun Tzu, the author of The Art of War. He comes across Tzu’s manuscript, thinks he’ll make millions selling it and tries to pawn it off on as his own. When that doesn’t work he conjures the grand idea to start a war and tailor the book to fit the times – instant best seller. Where to start a war? Why betwee It’s always hard to dislike a Deadpool volume, but it’s doubly hard when it’s written by Peter David, a favorite writer. This one is terrible. The story: Deadpool gets sent back in time to kill Sun Tzu, the author of The Art of War. He comes across Tzu’s manuscript, thinks he’ll make millions selling it and tries to pawn it off on as his own. When that doesn’t work he conjures the grand idea to start a war and tailor the book to fit the times – instant best seller. Where to start a war? Why between Loki and Asgard and hope the conflict will spread to Earth. And this is one of the funnier passages. David just can’t get a handle on Deadpool’s rhythms or the nuances of what makes the character entertaining. Get it? I/Aye. This comic might serve as a Cliff’s Notes version of The Art of War, since most of it is painfully pigeonholed into this volume plus you get pitchers of Deadpool to look at to boot. It hurts me to say this but "who cares". *sob*

  3. 5 out of 5

    Scott

    "This is awesome!" -- Deadpool "I do not comprehend the joy you seem to feel knowing your world is under attack." -- Thor "Just thinking about the sales, is all!" -- Deadpool Astutely mixing Sun Tzu's classic Art of War - which is still commonly referenced in military training and business schools - with an average but wacky Deadpool adventure, this quick graphic novel features 'the merc with the mouth' discovering said tome and using it to brainstorm a foolproof money-making scheme. He settles on "This is awesome!" -- Deadpool "I do not comprehend the joy you seem to feel knowing your world is under attack." -- Thor "Just thinking about the sales, is all!" -- Deadpool Astutely mixing Sun Tzu's classic Art of War - which is still commonly referenced in military training and business schools - with an average but wacky Deadpool adventure, this quick graphic novel features 'the merc with the mouth' discovering said tome and using it to brainstorm a foolproof money-making scheme. He settles on penning a 'survival manual' - even meeting with a skeptical publisher - and, for his basis, kickstarts a large-scale supervillain / superhero conflict (initially allying with Loki - !) to put Tzu's strategies into action. Of course, to his chagrin, things quickly spiral out of control and enter the Avengers, Fantastic Four, and X-Men to save the ****ing day. Opinions are divided on this one, but I found the mixing of literature with comic book action to be an original idea for a storyline. The humorous dialogue / asides and Marvel in-jokes certainly didn't hurt, either.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    Deadpool decides to write a Marvel version of Sun Tzu’s classic, The Art of War. He advises Loki on these ancient lessons which helps him finally take over Asgard and invade Earth. What that actually means in practice is that this is a generic Loki beats Thor until Thor beats Loki storyline with Deadpool popping up in the background to recite lines from The Art of War. It’s as bad as it sounds. It’s redundant asking why Deadpool’s in ancient China to assassinate Sun Tzu, because he’s Deadpool – Deadpool decides to write a Marvel version of Sun Tzu’s classic, The Art of War. He advises Loki on these ancient lessons which helps him finally take over Asgard and invade Earth. What that actually means in practice is that this is a generic Loki beats Thor until Thor beats Loki storyline with Deadpool popping up in the background to recite lines from The Art of War. It’s as bad as it sounds. It’s redundant asking why Deadpool’s in ancient China to assassinate Sun Tzu, because he’s Deadpool – he just gets around. But how was that job set up? Does he speak Chinese? If he stole the scrolls for Sun Tzu’s Art of War, wouldn’t it no longer exist? And if it no longer existed, why would he need a fresh angle to make it work instead of just publishing it with Sun Tzu’s name scratched off? Why does Deadpool want a book deal anyway – he’s a world famous assassin. Doesn’t that pay more than selling a few copies of a yet another lousy Art of War knockoff? Why is the information in The Art of War so new to Loki – these are ancient lessons that have been studied for centuries! Unless Deadpool’s theft of the scrolls has made people forget them – but then why does everyone know about Sun Tzu and The Art of War book? And you’d have thought Loki and Thor would’ve figured out these battle strategies for themselves ages ago – theirs is a culture built upon battle! Loki is the Marvel Universe’s trickiest, most cunning character yet he’s easily outwitted by dunderhead Deadpool. Why is Loki so out of character? I can actually answer that one: because Peter David is a crap writer who couldn’t make this poorly conceived story work without a dumb Loki, so he wrote him out of character to make it fit. But why are Loki’s goals so banal? “Ruler of the world”, etc. Yawn. Why are Odin and Thor so out of character? See answer to same question about Loki. There’s so little to enjoy in this bland story that Peter David literally copy and pastes a scene from The Avengers movie – the Hulk/Loki ragdoll scene, complete with the “Puny God” remark – as if hoping that fond memories of that well-received movie will make readers like this tripe. It doesn’t work, it just made me dislike this comic even more for being so unimaginative. The covers to the series were good. That’s all I’ll give this nonsense. Not that the many Deadpool miniseries that have come out in the last couple years have been masterpieces, but they’re usually somewhat entertaining and even a bit funny at times. Not this one. This is one too many. The Art of War is the worst of the bunch. Horribly boring, lazy, derivative, artless, unfunny rubbish. Awful, awful work, Peter David. I’m actually offended at how shallow, lazy, and poorly put-together this book was. It screams “soulless product”, knocked out to make a profit and move on. Up yours, Marvel. I hear Deadpool is this year’s pointless superhero death and, given that crap like this is being published in his name, I’d say the end can’t come soon enough.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    Abysmal, especially coming from Peter David. He's typically one of Marvel's best writers but this is garbage. Deadpool tricks Thor and Loki into fighting over Asgard, then Earth, so he ca write his version of The Art of War about it. Deadpool recited the Art of War while Loki and his warriors act it out. this is so bad I can't believe it was even published. Not only is the writing crap, so are the art and coloring. Trees had to die just to print this drivel! Abysmal, especially coming from Peter David. He's typically one of Marvel's best writers but this is garbage. Deadpool tricks Thor and Loki into fighting over Asgard, then Earth, so he ca write his version of The Art of War about it. Deadpool recited the Art of War while Loki and his warriors act it out. this is so bad I can't believe it was even published. Not only is the writing crap, so are the art and coloring. Trees had to die just to print this drivel!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    Look...I love deadpool. While this may not have been the absolute best for me? Well, when there is a hulk I'm happy! Look...I love deadpool. While this may not have been the absolute best for me? Well, when there is a hulk I'm happy!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Gavin

    Meh. Enough funny bits to smirk at, but nothing inspired. Some cool art panels, but not consistently brilliant. Wade kills Sun Tzu, writer of the Art of War, and decides to republish it and make some money. The publishers want a new spin, so he decides to put the world at war and write it as Deadpool Art of War for surviving the world at war. He gets Loki to wage war on Asgard, and eventually, Midgard/Earth. Then things pick up with heroes and so on. There's a funny redo of the Hulk Loki Puny God Meh. Enough funny bits to smirk at, but nothing inspired. Some cool art panels, but not consistently brilliant. Wade kills Sun Tzu, writer of the Art of War, and decides to republish it and make some money. The publishers want a new spin, so he decides to put the world at war and write it as Deadpool Art of War for surviving the world at war. He gets Loki to wage war on Asgard, and eventually, Midgard/Earth. Then things pick up with heroes and so on. There's a funny redo of the Hulk Loki Puny God scene from Avengers, and some other jokes about Lokis female and youngster forms, but eventually things go the way they do, and Deadpool goes apeshit, even Cap gets worried he's too violent...but Thor gets the last laugh. It's ok, but there's better Deadpool, though it's not terrible by any stretch.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Paul E. McPaulface

    This Deadpool mini was OK. It certainly wasn't bad but... well, with Peter David at the helm, I was expecting it to be at least excellent. It failed to live up to my expectations, which is a shame. I'm going to read some X-Factor now, to restore my faith in PAD. This Deadpool mini was OK. It certainly wasn't bad but... well, with Peter David at the helm, I was expecting it to be at least excellent. It failed to live up to my expectations, which is a shame. I'm going to read some X-Factor now, to restore my faith in PAD.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Juho Pohjalainen

    There's a couple good jokes here and the art is okay, but for the most part it's pretty pointless. There's a couple good jokes here and the art is okay, but for the most part it's pretty pointless.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    Can we get Magneto's Origin of Species next? Can we get Magneto's Origin of Species next?

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jaclyn Hogan

    So, in my time reading Deadpool comics, I've come to a conclusion. There are two kinds of Deadpool stories. The first kind is where a writer just wants to play in the Deadpool sandbox. Wade does some wacky and/or morally questionable things, snarks at the reader, and kills a bunch of dudes. The second kind of story has all of the above, but also delves into Wade's psyche a bit. This kind of writer realizes that Deadpool is actually kind of a tragic figure. After all, he's a former lab rat who ca So, in my time reading Deadpool comics, I've come to a conclusion. There are two kinds of Deadpool stories. The first kind is where a writer just wants to play in the Deadpool sandbox. Wade does some wacky and/or morally questionable things, snarks at the reader, and kills a bunch of dudes. The second kind of story has all of the above, but also delves into Wade's psyche a bit. This kind of writer realizes that Deadpool is actually kind of a tragic figure. After all, he's a former lab rat who can't really remember his past who does shitty things for money. All the joking and chimichangas are just a cover for a very, very damaged man. All of which is to say, Deadpool's Art of War is the first kind of story, not the second. The art is really cool, and there are funny bits, but no deeper characterization or pathos. And hey, not every comic needs those things. Some can just be fun. This was fun, if not much more.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Villain E

    This was entertaining. Peter David has always been known for his humor, and it fit Deadpool pretty well. And the art is perfect for the story. With no real explanation, Deadpool kills Sun Tzu in ancient China, then takes the original scrolls for The Art of War back to the present and tries to get them published. But there are lots of versions of the book already and the publisher tells him he needs a new angle. So he takes the book to evil Walt-Simonson-era Loki and helps him take over Asgard, th This was entertaining. Peter David has always been known for his humor, and it fit Deadpool pretty well. And the art is perfect for the story. With no real explanation, Deadpool kills Sun Tzu in ancient China, then takes the original scrolls for The Art of War back to the present and tries to get them published. But there are lots of versions of the book already and the publisher tells him he needs a new angle. So he takes the book to evil Walt-Simonson-era Loki and helps him take over Asgard, then assault Earth. Loki: What I do not understand is this: You are from Midgard, yes? DP: Technically. Loki: Then what advantage is there to you to see your world overrun? DP: A book deal.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Nichole

    When my kids ask me to read a book they like, I try my best to always read it. If it's important to my kids, I feel like I should make the effort, ya know? Anyways, my sixteen year old son asked me to read this. And it was surprisingly delightful. When my kids ask me to read a book they like, I try my best to always read it. If it's important to my kids, I feel like I should make the effort, ya know? Anyways, my sixteen year old son asked me to read this. And it was surprisingly delightful.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Harmon

    In my ongoing goal to become comics literate, I kept running across mentions of Deadpool. He breaks the 4th wall! He's so funny and cool! But I didn't know where to start. I saw the cover of this one and I thought it was neat-looking. But the book was so much better. I kinda expected it to be Deadpool goes off and writes the Art of War himself. But no. This reinterpretation of the classic in an age of Marvel superheroes was amazing. It brought in just enough history and quotations from the actua In my ongoing goal to become comics literate, I kept running across mentions of Deadpool. He breaks the 4th wall! He's so funny and cool! But I didn't know where to start. I saw the cover of this one and I thought it was neat-looking. But the book was so much better. I kinda expected it to be Deadpool goes off and writes the Art of War himself. But no. This reinterpretation of the classic in an age of Marvel superheroes was amazing. It brought in just enough history and quotations from the actual Art of War that you felt like you learned something. But the story was also exciting and you weren't sure how it was going to play out when you get absolutely everyone Marvel on one page. I was very happy with the resolution, and now I'm excited for the Deadpool movie!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Natalia Rox

    I say this with every Deadpool story, but ... I love Deadpool! People say he is a villain and in some ways I can see their point... he kills people without remorse, he is selfish, and he is only out to entertain himself. HOWEVER, he does not do these things in malice. He has his own agenda and unfortunately the idea of thinking about consequences does not really factor in, unless he is affected negatively, and even that doesn't always stop his crazy antics. The result is usually chaos and it is a I say this with every Deadpool story, but ... I love Deadpool! People say he is a villain and in some ways I can see their point... he kills people without remorse, he is selfish, and he is only out to entertain himself. HOWEVER, he does not do these things in malice. He has his own agenda and unfortunately the idea of thinking about consequences does not really factor in, unless he is affected negatively, and even that doesn't always stop his crazy antics. The result is usually chaos and it is always fun. You get the best of Marvel's hero roster and see them react to whatever unholy mess Deadpool has cooked up... like an attack on Earth by Loki and his army all to sell copies of Art of War. Wait... what? Exactly.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lillian Francis

    The overall story is ridiculous but entertaining moments make this well worth reading.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Juffer

    Too funny. You can definitely pick this one up by itself without having read Deadpool before. If you know people or you, yourself, collect books on the "The Art of War", it'd be great gift; as a gag. It's a fun but simpleminded read. You'll also run into just about every superhero, which is also quite humorous. However, it focuses mainly on Thor and the Silver Surfer Loki, circa #4. (May have the the number wrong, but it's definitely the older version of Loki.) Too funny. You can definitely pick this one up by itself without having read Deadpool before. If you know people or you, yourself, collect books on the "The Art of War", it'd be great gift; as a gag. It's a fun but simpleminded read. You'll also run into just about every superhero, which is also quite humorous. However, it focuses mainly on Thor and the Silver Surfer Loki, circa #4. (May have the the number wrong, but it's definitely the older version of Loki.)

  18. 4 out of 5

    Roman Colombo

    It takes a little while to build momentum, but the second half is a lot of fun and worth the payoff. Peter David gives us a fast and fun deadpool story and the art from Scott Koblish goes well with the idea that this is a retelling of the ancient text. It may not be a great Deadpool story for those wanting to jump into the character, but maybe after watching the movie, it will serve as a nice following point. Oh, and if a publisher ever tells you to pay for expenses, do exactly what "Mr. Pool" di It takes a little while to build momentum, but the second half is a lot of fun and worth the payoff. Peter David gives us a fast and fun deadpool story and the art from Scott Koblish goes well with the idea that this is a retelling of the ancient text. It may not be a great Deadpool story for those wanting to jump into the character, but maybe after watching the movie, it will serve as a nice following point. Oh, and if a publisher ever tells you to pay for expenses, do exactly what "Mr. Pool" did.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jordan Lahn

    Good fun Deadpool story.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mar

    Honestly it was just awful. Boring from beginning to end. I disliked it very much.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    I've read quite a bit of Deadpool comics. While this one doesn't do much for character building, I don't think its supposed to. Its a gimmicky, spoofy kind of story and that's what it seems to want to be, and to me, it met that purpose. I enjoyed it. Is it the best Deadpool comic ever? No. But can it get a few laughs or smirks out of me? Heck yeah! I'd say its a good time if you just want something light that can be on its own. If you recognize a lot of the bonus Marvel heroes, double entertainm I've read quite a bit of Deadpool comics. While this one doesn't do much for character building, I don't think its supposed to. Its a gimmicky, spoofy kind of story and that's what it seems to want to be, and to me, it met that purpose. I enjoyed it. Is it the best Deadpool comic ever? No. But can it get a few laughs or smirks out of me? Heck yeah! I'd say its a good time if you just want something light that can be on its own. If you recognize a lot of the bonus Marvel heroes, double entertainment points (I haven't read many Thor comics, but read this after seeing Thor Ragnarok, so I was able to recognize Hela and Scourge. Had I read this before seeing that, I wouldn't have and it'd be less fun). Sometimes you just need something lighthearted and gimmicky. This is for those times, not if you want some "serious" Deadpool story arcs, or as serious as Deadpool can really get.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Naomi Ruth

    I don't know. I neither liked nor disliked this book. I felt pretty ambivalent. There were a couple moments I felt like they were just stealing lines from The Avengers Movie and hoping to make money off of the concept. Just a little too self-aware, I guess. It did make me want to go read The Art of War and I liked how it explained some of the concepts using modern world examples, so that was great. I will say, absolutely loved the images for each chapter. They were lovely. So overall kinda' meh I don't know. I neither liked nor disliked this book. I felt pretty ambivalent. There were a couple moments I felt like they were just stealing lines from The Avengers Movie and hoping to make money off of the concept. Just a little too self-aware, I guess. It did make me want to go read The Art of War and I liked how it explained some of the concepts using modern world examples, so that was great. I will say, absolutely loved the images for each chapter. They were lovely. So overall kinda' meh *shoulder shrug* I guess worth the read maybe? It wasn't as bad as I feared but not as good as I wanted. I think Duggan's Deadpool has spoiled me.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

    The concept behind this novel is a very unique one so far as it takes some of the major points of Sun Tzu's Art of War and puts it into the hands of Deadpool. Deadpool (being Deadpool) then attempts to make it into his own, leading into a war between Loki and Thor (but hey, it's for the greater good...or money for Deadpool...same thing). While the concept behind the novel is unique, the novel itself is a little flat, largely due to the lack of witty remarks and 3rd wall breaking by Deadpool. Ove The concept behind this novel is a very unique one so far as it takes some of the major points of Sun Tzu's Art of War and puts it into the hands of Deadpool. Deadpool (being Deadpool) then attempts to make it into his own, leading into a war between Loki and Thor (but hey, it's for the greater good...or money for Deadpool...same thing). While the concept behind the novel is unique, the novel itself is a little flat, largely due to the lack of witty remarks and 3rd wall breaking by Deadpool. Overall, a cool concept and a nice way to get cliff notes and an example of applying the Art of War, but misses the mark for a Deadpool graphic novel.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jenna

    I freakin' luv it ! Gosh, my mind went on a spiral between Deadpool - Thor - Deadpool - Thor. Didn't think myself as a fragile little creature but this comic got me superexited. Deadpool does what he freakin' wants to do - and that's why he has risen to one of my favorite Marvel (anti)heroes. He's next to Thor.. That's propably the reason why I was so exited while reading this comic. This comic contains almost the very essance of Deadpool. I can't get enough of him, I must read more. I freakin' luv it ! Gosh, my mind went on a spiral between Deadpool - Thor - Deadpool - Thor. Didn't think myself as a fragile little creature but this comic got me superexited. Deadpool does what he freakin' wants to do - and that's why he has risen to one of my favorite Marvel (anti)heroes. He's next to Thor.. That's propably the reason why I was so exited while reading this comic. This comic contains almost the very essance of Deadpool. I can't get enough of him, I must read more.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Matias Kjølstad

    It was a funny and good ride, didn`t always feel as Deadpool as I thought it would be more fun, but it`s more a tale that is serious and I miss the funny jokes because there was very few and those very few are good, but not the best. I understand that the story is more about what Deadpool causes through making a book about the war while he is also causing a war between Thor & Loki. That sounds funny and it is funny sometimes, but not enough. 3,5 stars out of 5 It was a funny and good ride, didn`t always feel as Deadpool as I thought it would be more fun, but it`s more a tale that is serious and I miss the funny jokes because there was very few and those very few are good, but not the best. I understand that the story is more about what Deadpool causes through making a book about the war while he is also causing a war between Thor & Loki. That sounds funny and it is funny sometimes, but not enough. 3,5 stars out of 5

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jason Corea

    3 stars for the story in general. 4th star because it serves as a good refresher of the art of war! Making a sensible story applying sun tzus theories cannot be an easy task at all and this does a pretty good job with it to be honest! A good but not memorable read for a fan of both Deadpool and the art of war

  27. 4 out of 5

    Helena Ison

    I love Deadpool but this story was a bit lackluster for me. It's great if you like fight scenes nonstop. Not a whole lot of breaking the fourth wall from DP. A ton of Marvel characters made an appearance, which was cool to see. Otherwise, just an okay comic series. Artwork is awesome though. I love Deadpool but this story was a bit lackluster for me. It's great if you like fight scenes nonstop. Not a whole lot of breaking the fourth wall from DP. A ton of Marvel characters made an appearance, which was cool to see. Otherwise, just an okay comic series. Artwork is awesome though.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Carlos Llanos

    Fantastic take on a classic. It pokes fun at comic books themselves and the publishing industry. Great fun.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Edward

    Kinda meh from Deadpool. Still got me to chuckle even though it may be that he references 2 different types of Loki and apparently neither of them ever heard of "the art of war" by Sun Tsu Kinda meh from Deadpool. Still got me to chuckle even though it may be that he references 2 different types of Loki and apparently neither of them ever heard of "the art of war" by Sun Tsu

  30. 5 out of 5

    Deadpool causing havoc is always OK in my book.

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