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Deadpool #30 (Lim Variant)

Marvel: May 10, 2017   Writer: Gerry Duggan   Art: Salva Espin   Cover: Reilly Brown  

Cover Price: $9.99   UPC: 75960608332903031   Diamond ID: MAR171097   GCIN: 969625

DEADPOOL GOES TO SPACE! Things aren't great in Deadpool's life recently, but he thinks he might know a solution?one found in the inky blackness of deepest, darkest outer space! Man, when Deadpool gets away from it all, he doesn't fool around! This issue features ONE MASSIVE 80-PAGE STORY by Gerry Duggan and Mike Hawthorne taking Deadpool to the edge of the Marvel Cosmos and back! It's practically an OGN! WE MUST BE OUT OF OUR MINDS! Parental Advisory

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