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Spider-man Deadpool #16

Marvel: April 5, 2017   Writer: Joshua Corin   Art: Scott Koblish   Cover: Reilly Brown  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 75960608254401611   Diamond ID: FEB170921   GCIN: 967943

'TIL DEATH DO US? Part 4 (of 6) Spidey and Deadpool look for help in the least likely of places. Rated T+

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