Spiderman Deadpool #1 Going Back for Sixth Print With New Cover Art

Marvel definitely has a hit on their hands with Spider-man Deadpool. The book has sold out and gone back to reprint several times. Some have had new cover art, such as the fifth prints first page as the cover, or another print that added text to the first print cover. Well, the sixth print has a new cover. 

Spider-Man Deadpool #1 Sixth print features an all black cover with the Spider-Man Deadpool split face logo. This one could be hard to find in high grades due to the black cover. 


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15 Responses to Spiderman Deadpool #1 Going Back for Sixth Print With New Cover Art

  1. James says:

    Finding the 5th print in high grade was hard for me. All had bad spines.

  2. Jesus says:

    I’m collecting this series but haven’t had the time to read it yet. Sold a set of #1&2 for $40 2 weeks ago, so that was cool.

  3. Daniel H says:

    Mel V’s got his fingerprints all over this one.

  4. Cody says:

    Had a first print signed at eccc by Ed mcguinness in March. Still waiting on cgc. Been scheduled for grading for weeks now. I have no patience.

    • Anthony says:

      Lol. I was supposed to get a sketch done by McGuinness. More Great Art was hooking me up. Need to hit him up to see if it got done.

  5. Cody says:

    Comicslookingup.net it is then. You hear that comic exposure? Send me free stuff! Lol

    • Anthony says:

      To be fair, I give up a large portion of the free stuff I get from companies. It’s nice I’m not going to lie. I usually get one copy for myself for every one or two that I give away

      Sent from my iPhone


  6. Cody says:

    I’m totally with it. I’ve enjoyed the site, I got my humans 0 cgc 10.0 because of CHU. Keep up the good work. 😀😀

  7. A. King says:

    I have 2 of these pre-ordered. I only saw one of the 5th print in stores, I don’t think that many stores are ordering the later printings.

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