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* CompleteMonster: In ''Again'', The ComicBook/RedSkull is the head of the villain conspiracy. [[ManchurianAgent Brainwashing Deadpool with several trigger phrases]], Red Skull sends him out to [[HeroKiller murder every hero]] he can, while Deadpool is unaware of what he is truly doing. Deadpool proceeds to brutally and painfully slaughter heroes, from adults to children, until [[ComicBook/TheUnbeleivableGwenpool Gwenpool]], before dying after fighting Deadpool, uses a trigger phrase to return him to sanity. Red Skull proceeds to murder Taskmaster when he [[EvenEvilHasStandards decides not to fight Deadpool]], and then states he deliberately used other villains to try to stop Deadpool, knowing the latter would kill them and thus they couldn't one day oppose his rule.

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* CompleteMonster: In ''Again'', The ComicBook/RedSkull is the head of the villain conspiracy. [[ManchurianAgent Brainwashing Deadpool with several trigger phrases]], Red Skull sends him out to [[HeroKiller murder every hero]] he can, while Deadpool is unaware of what he is truly doing. Deadpool proceeds to brutally and painfully slaughter heroes, from adults to children, until [[ComicBook/TheUnbeleivableGwenpool [[ComicBook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool Gwenpool]], before dying after fighting Deadpool, uses a trigger phrase to return him to sanity. Red Skull proceeds to murder Taskmaster when he [[EvenEvilHasStandards decides not to fight Deadpool]], and then states he deliberately used other villains to try to stop Deadpool, knowing the latter would kill them and thus they couldn't one day oppose his rule.


* CompleteMonster: In ''Again'', The ComicBook/RedSkull is the head of the villain conspiracy. [[ManchurianAgent Brainwashing Deadpool with several trigger phrases]], Red Skull sends him out to [[HeroKiller murder every hero]] he can, while Deadpool is unaware of what he is truly doing. Deadpool proceeds to brutally and painfully slaughter heroes, from adults to children, until [[Characters/GwenpoolGwenPoole Gwenpool]], before dying after fighting Deadpool, uses a trigger phrase to return him to sanity. Red Skull proceeds to murder Taskmaster when he [[EvenEvilHasStandards decides not to fight Deadpool]], and then states he deliberately used other villains to try to stop Deadpool, knowing the latter would kill them and thus they couldn't one day oppose his rule.

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* CompleteMonster: In ''Again'', The ComicBook/RedSkull is the head of the villain conspiracy. [[ManchurianAgent Brainwashing Deadpool with several trigger phrases]], Red Skull sends him out to [[HeroKiller murder every hero]] he can, while Deadpool is unaware of what he is truly doing. Deadpool proceeds to brutally and painfully slaughter heroes, from adults to children, until [[Characters/GwenpoolGwenPoole [[ComicBook/TheUnbeleivableGwenpool Gwenpool]], before dying after fighting Deadpool, uses a trigger phrase to return him to sanity. Red Skull proceeds to murder Taskmaster when he [[EvenEvilHasStandards decides not to fight Deadpool]], and then states he deliberately used other villains to try to stop Deadpool, knowing the latter would kill them and thus they couldn't one day oppose his rule.


* CompleteMonster: In ''Again'', The ComicBook/RedSkull is the head of the villain conspiracy. [[ManchurianAgent Brainwashing Deadpool with several trigger phrases]], Red Skull sends him out to [[HeroKiller murder every hero]] he can, while Deadpool is unaware of what he is truly doing. Deadpool proceeds to brutally and painfully slaughter heroes, from adults to children, until [[ComicBook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool Gwenpool]], before dying after fighting Deadpool, uses a trigger phrase to return him to sanity. Red Skull proceeds to murder Taskmaster when he [[EvenEvilHasStandards decides not to fight Deadpool]], and then states he deliberately used other villains to try to stop Deadpool, knowing the latter would kill them and thus they couldn't one day oppose his rule.

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* CompleteMonster: In ''Again'', The ComicBook/RedSkull is the head of the villain conspiracy. [[ManchurianAgent Brainwashing Deadpool with several trigger phrases]], Red Skull sends him out to [[HeroKiller murder every hero]] he can, while Deadpool is unaware of what he is truly doing. Deadpool proceeds to brutally and painfully slaughter heroes, from adults to children, until [[ComicBook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool [[Characters/GwenpoolGwenPoole Gwenpool]], before dying after fighting Deadpool, uses a trigger phrase to return him to sanity. Red Skull proceeds to murder Taskmaster when he [[EvenEvilHasStandards decides not to fight Deadpool]], and then states he deliberately used other villains to try to stop Deadpool, knowing the latter would kill them and thus they couldn't one day oppose his rule.

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** If Puppet Master could control freakin' Galactus, you'd think Reed Richards would have tried that by now. Not to mention, Punisher killing Puppter Master should have almost certainly broken the hold the puppets had over the heroes, as Puppet Master has to have some sort of psionic powers to control people effectively with hand-made dolls.

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* CompleteMonster: In ''Again'', The ComicBook/RedSkull is the head of the villain conspiracy. [[ManchurianAgent Brainwashing Deadpool with several trigger phrases]], Red Skull sends him out to [[HeroKiller murder every hero]] he can, while Deadpool is unaware of what he is truly doing. Deadpool proceeds to brutally and painfully slaughter heroes, from adults to children, until [[ComicBook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool Gwenpool]], before dying after fighting Deadpool, uses a trigger phrase to return him to sanity. Red Skull proceeds to murder Taskmaster when he [[EvenEvilHasStandards decides not to fight Deadpool]], and then states he deliberately used other villains to try to stop Deadpool, knowing the latter would kill them and thus they couldn't one day oppose his rule.


* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Sherlock Holmes of all people defeating Deadpool and than healing the ideaverse by tearing out Deadpool's seed ideas and replacing them with the original.


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* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: Sherlock Holmes of all people defeating Deadpool and than healing the ideaverse by tearing out Deadpool's seed ideas and replacing them with the original.

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** Similarly: is "Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe Again" necessary or is it a waste?

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** Deadpool himself is one in ''Again.'' [[spoiler:He's been brainwashed by the Red Skull and other villains to slaughter all of the heroes. Due to his brainwashing, he slips into goofy, colorful fantasies whenever he commits his murders, leaving him almost entirely unaware of what he's doing. To make the situation even more heartbreaking, almost all of those fantasies involve him being loved and respected by the same heroes that he's being forced to murder. It gets even ''worse'' as time goes on: it's all but stated that part of his mind is aware of what's happening, but is unable to do anything to stop himself.]]


* JustForFun/XMeetsY: ''Again'' is essentially the original ''Deadpool Kills The Marvel Universe'' meets [[spoiler:''ComicBook/OldManLogan.'']]

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* JustForFun/XMeetsY: ''Again'' is essentially the original ''Deadpool Kills The Marvel Universe'' meets [[spoiler:''ComicBook/OldManLogan.'']]

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** "Dreadpool" apparently has some kind of overdrive setting on his healing factor. By rights, Sue popping his head should have put him down for longer than a few minutes, if not for good, and he shouldn't have been able to put himself back together after the Hulk tore him to bits.


* CatharsisFactor: After seeing Dreadpool kill so many of our favourite characters in both the Marvel universe and the classics, [[spoiler:mainstream Deadpool finally fighting him, breaking him by pointing out how nonsensical his motives are and finally killing him]] is ''very'' satisfying.

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* CatharsisFactor: After seeing Dreadpool kill so many of our favourite characters in both the Marvel universe and the classics, [[spoiler:mainstream Deadpool finally fighting him, breaking him by pointing out how nonsensical his motives are and finally killing him]] him for good]] is ''very'' satisfying.

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* CatharsisFactor: After seeing Dreadpool kill so many of our favourite characters in both the Marvel universe and the classics, [[spoiler:mainstream Deadpool finally fighting him, breaking him by pointing out how nonsensical his motives are and finally killing him]] is ''very'' satisfying.

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** Are we supposed to assume Squirrel Girl and Sentry were among those he killed with the Puppets? Because even if you could find another hero to kill a physically, but presumably not mentally resisting Sentry, it wouldn't stick, and Squirrel Girl can wipe the floor with Deadpool and has an army of squirrel friends to protect her if she is mind controlled.
** Doctor Doom, Ben Grimm, and Ghost Rider were all killed offscreen. There are also Hulk-like characters like Juggernaut, who have no equivalent to a Bruce Banner form to kill them in.
** Iron Man's armor has been shown to withstand nukes, and Ms. Marvel has similarly undefined, but impressive durability, yet a few regular bombs take them out? Same goes for Rogue and Colossus, who are somehow electrocuted to death.


* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot:In Deadpool Killustrated Sherlock Holmes gathers a team of characters from classic literature to fight Dreadpool just seemed like it would have been a good opportunity for Deadpool vs. TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot:In Deadpool Killustrated TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: In ''Deadpool Killustrated'', Sherlock Holmes gathers a team of characters from classic literature to fight Dreadpool just seemed like it would have been a good opportunity for Deadpool vs. TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen.Comicbook/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen.

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