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Win A Copy of THE PHILOSOPHY OF DEADPOOL From Titan Comics

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Monkeys Fighting Robots and Titan Comics have teamed up to give away a free copy of the upcoming PHILOSOPHY OF DEADPOOL!

About the book:
A unique take on Marvel’s katana-wielding, gun-toting, insult-firing anti-hero. This book presents the most outrageous moments from Deadpool’s comic book history in a definitive guide to his wisdom, insights and guiding moral principles. Have you ever been in a tricky situation and asked yourself “what would Deadpool do?” This book provides the answer. And unicorns. Lots of unicorns.

The 144-page book is full of Wade Wilson’s signature quotes and nuggets of wisdom. Take a look at some of the good stuff you have to look forward to:

philosophy of deadpool
Courtesy of Titan Comics.

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philosophy of deadpool
Courtesy of Titan Comics.

So how can you win your copy?

The contest is straightforward to enter:

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Step 2 – Comment on this contest below.

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The winner will be chosen at random on Friday, November 29, at 3 p.m. EST.

Good luck!

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12 COMMENTS

  1. Hey, I would love this book for my brother he’s a major Deadpool fan he’s read all the comics and seen the movies a bunch of times. He’s deserving of this especially since our mom is going through breast cancer and I think winning something this awesome would definitely lift his spirits. All of our spirits we all love Deadpool in this house. Thank you for the opportunity to enter ! Fingers crossed

  2. I’ve been waiting for this for a YEAR! Thought it was coming out so I could pull nibblets for my grad cap…but I made do.

    Fingers crossed I get a copy!

  3. I love Deadpool, he’s a special kind of character for a special kind of fan…… I guess that makes me special. Thanks for considering me. I love you guys and I will share this on Facebook.

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