A Hero Most Fowl – Your First Look at DEADPOOL THE DUCK #1!


A mission gone awry leaves Deadpool and Howard the Duck sharing Howard’s wee duck body. Hi-jinx ensue.


Marvel’s Mallard with the Mouth Lands this January

New York, NY—November 29th, 2016 — What do you get when you take one cynical anthropomorphic duck
(named Howard) and cross it with the smelliest (and most annoying) mercenary in the Marvel Universe? DEADPOOL THE DUCK #1! Coming to comic shops and digital devices everywhere on Janurary 4th, its high-stakes avian antics as two of Marvel’s most beloved, and crass, heroes merge for an all-new series brought to you by Stuart Moore (CLOAK & DAGGER, THANOS: DEATH SENTENCE Novel) and Jacopo Camagni (DEADPOOL’s SECRET SECRET WARS).

When Deadpool is sent on a mission from S.H.I.E.L.D. to capture a high-profile E.T. that is rampaging across the high plains, the snatch-and-grab turns out to be much more complicated than the Merc with a Mouth anticipated. One unfortunate wrong place at the wrong time accident later leaves Deadpool and Howard fighting for control as the newest mercenary of the Marvel Universe!

So strap in, break out your chimichangas and crusty bread scraps and hang on! Because you’re in for: rabid raccoons, secret laboratories, cramped spaceships, evil corporations, gastric distress, and S.H.I.E.L.D. Did we mention that’s only issue one?! Flap your wings over to your local comic shop on January 4th to get your hands on DEADPOOL THE DUCK #1!


DEADPOOL THE DUCK #1 (of 5) (NOV160829)



Variant Covers by RAFAEL ALBUQUERQUE (NOV160830),

RON LIM (NOV160833) and CHIP ZDARSKY (NOV160831)

Connecting Variant A by DAVE JOHNSON (NOV160832)

FOC – 12/05/16, On-Sale – 01/04/17

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Game/Life Balance U.S. Podcast Episode 8: Cody reviews the Deadpool movie


Cody LOVED the Deadpool movie, which is set to surpass Passion of the Christ as the highest-grossing Rated R film of all time. As a relative newcomer to the franchise, hear Cody try to explain Deadpool to Jon, who then has his own insane story about recovering from wine and Fireball whiskey, in this episode of the Game/Life Balance U.S. podcast!

Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. #108 One Shot – Deadpool (2016) – A Marvel Comic Universe Podcast

Live Video Blab Edition:
Still laughing their collective butts off after seeing Deadpool, The Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents Haley, Lauren and Stargate Pioneer are joined by Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. co-founder Agent Beef for the FIRST TIME since the hosting turnover to discuss the hilarious R-rated 2016 20th Century Fox film. The Agents also run down the latest in their Marvel Guardians Of The Galaxy Collector Corps Crate giveaway – including someone who is completely banned from future Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. giveaway contests based on the poor taste of the entry, talk about upcoming GonnaGeek podcast host convention appearances, some Deadpool related news, live viewer chat comments. 



– Guardians of the Galaxy crate giveaway

– Deadpool

– A little weekly Deadpool News

– Highlights From The Live Chatroom




In the middle of the contest’s last week, the Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents discuss the final days of the Marvel Collector Corps Guardians Of The Galaxy Crate giveaway. The Agents discuss a new entry into the contest and the first ever Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. giveaway lifetime ban!  For your chance to enter and to help with the war against Stark’s “special” flamingo, enter into the contest and let us know what the next animal that Howard Stark is going to add to his collection, the animal’s name, and the backstory and personality of the animal. Is the animal a superhero or villain? We’ll need to have your entry in before 8:00 PM Eastern time on February 24th, 2016. Bonus Points for starting a Twitter account for the animal and to start a Twitter war with @BernardSt4rk.




After much negotiations and a bit of alcohol imbibed, the GonnaGeek network was able to CONFIRM that  Beef from Legends Podcast will be joining the GonnaGeek C2E2 panel on March 18th in Chicago covering Podcasting For Your Everyday Lives. It’s going to be an amazing time so join up in the Workshop Room at 2:45 PM for an hour of total podcasting goodness.


DEADPOOL [06:31]


The four Agents take time this special episode to break down the unexpectedly fun hit movie Deadpool. From the genius title credits to the 4th wall breaking the Agents simply cannot stop quoting and laughing at this movie. The timing sequences were perfectly done, the Deadpool suit creation was amazing, and the Easter Eggs were well places and meaningful (The Agents are sure they haven’t caught everything even after multiple viewings). Beef gives his patented movie rating scale from Legends Podcast and the talk is topped off with Agents Haley and Beef trading dueling movie quotes. The Agents had a ton of fun recording this episode and they hope you have fun listening to it and all agree Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. needs more Agent Beef in future episodes.




Some Douchebag’s Film: Tim Miller



God’s Perfect Idiot: Ryan Reynolds [Deadpool]


A Hot Chick: Morena Baccarin [Vanessa]


A British Villain: Ed Skrein [Ajax a.k.a Frances]


The Comic Relief: T.J. Miller [Weasel]


A Moody Teen: Brianna Hildebrand [Negasonic Teenage Warhead]


A CGI Character: Stefan Kapicic (Colossus voice)


A CGI Character: Greg LaSalle (Colossus Facial Performance)


A CGI Character: Andre Tricoteux (Colossus Stunt Double)


A CGI Character: Waléra Kanischtscheff (Colossus voice actor)


A Gratuitous Cameo: Stan Lee [Stripper DJ]


Produced By Asshats:


John J. Kelly      …         executive producer


Simon Kinberg   …         producer


Stan Lee            …         executive producer


Jonathon Komack Martin …         executive producer


Rhett Reese       …         executive producer


Ryan Reynolds   …         producer


Lauren Shuler Donner     …         producer


Aditya Sood       …         executive producer


Paul Wernick      …         executive producer


Written By “The Real Heroes Here.”


Rhett Reese


Paul Wernick


Directed By: An Overpaid Tool (Tim Miller)


NEWS [36:29]






OUTRO [38:42]


Haley, Lauren and Stargate Pioneer love to hear back from you about your top 5 Marvel character lists, your science of Marvel questions, who would you pick in an all-female Avenger team, or who’s Marvel abs you would like to see. Call the voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871.


Join Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. next time as the hosts discuss The 2016 20th Century Fox Film Deadpool (This will be a special Sunday 10:00 AM Eastern live stream). You can listen in live when we record Wednesday nights at 8:00 PM Central time at (Also streamed live on YouTube, Spreaker and Blab). Contact Info: Please see for all of our contact information or call our voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871


Don’t forget to go check out our spin-off podcast, Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D..: Longbox Edition for your weekly Marvel comic book release run-down with segments by Black Adam on S.H.I.E.L.D. comics, Lauren on Mutant Comics and Neil with his pull list run-down. Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Longbox Edition is also available on the podcast network.


Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Is a Proud Member Of The GonnaGeek Network (


This podcast was recorded on Sunday February 21st, 2016.


Standby for your S.H.I.E.L.D. debriefing —


Audio Podcast Edition:

Legends of S.H.I.E.L.D. Longbox Edition November 25th, 2015 (A Marvel Comic Book Podcast)




Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Longbox Edition is a podcast dedicated to covering the weekly and classic Marvel comic book issues and news. If you want to hear more the ABC television show Marvel’s Agents of Shield, Marvel’s Agent Carter, Marvel’s Daredevil on Netflix and the general Marvel Comic Universe as well as these same segments please check out the main Legends Of Shield podcast found at


This edition of Legends OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Longbox edition covers Marvel comics released for the week starting November 18th, 2015.




Neil’s Mighty Marvel Moment Covering:


Secret Wars

Secret Wars Too #1


All New, All Different Marvel Universe

The Mighty Thor #1

Spider Woman #1

Star Lord #1

Black Knight #1

Uncanny Avengers Annual #1

Ms. Marvel #1

New Avengers #3

Astonishing Ant-Man #2

Uncanny Inhumans #2

Captain America: Sam Wilson #3

Deadpool #2


Longbox Pick Of The Week: Defenders Issue #4 From February 1973


Adam, Lauren, Neil and Stargate Pioneer love to hear back from you about your take on Marvel comics or this podcast. Feel free to drop us a voicemail at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871. You can tweet us @LegendsOfShield on twitter, go to our Facebook page:, swing by our website, lookup our Tumblr page at, checkout our Legends Of Shield YouTube channel, or send us a voicemail at 844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871.


Join Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. next time as we cover the next week in Marvel Comics. And don’t forget, you can join Haley, Lauren and Stargatepioneer live on Wednesday nights as they stream their podcast recording live about the latest in the General Marvel Comic Universe. Join the chat at Also check out their podcast episodes at or wherever podcasts are downloaded.


This podcast was recorded on Wednesday November 25th, 2015.


Standby for your S.H.I.E.L.D. Comic Book debriefing —

Audio Podcast Edition:

Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Weekly News And Dragon Con Gunn Brother Panel 2014 Discussion

The @LegendsOfShield (Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D.) hosts Lauren, Haley and Stargate Pioneer run down the weekly Marvel Universe related news and discuss the 2014 Dragon Con Gunn Brother Panel audio as provided by fellow GonnaGeek podcaster Keir from Gallifrey Public Radio.

The hosts also remind listeners about the specifics of their S.H.I.E.L.D. T-shirt giveaway. Call in to the voicemail line (844-THE-BUS1) with your entertaining and funny explaination on what exactly Agent Fitz would do with his monkey when he gets it (keep it clean, folks, this is a family show).




@LegendsofSHIELD Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D writer just referred to the tag on one of the ep commentaries as the shawarma. ;)


?@KodiakGWC  Sep 13

Just received my badge from Providence Base. Thanks @LegendsofSHIELD @StargatePioneer @sithwitch @AwsmEngrGrl



Willie Nelson?Legends Of SHIELD Podcast

Fan and friend of the show Willie Nelson here. To say thank you here is a shot of me with my Howard the Duck issue #12 which has a guest appearance of the band KISS. With a wood block cover of my favorite character THE HULK!!!


And since you guys say you are like iron man in height, I stand at 6’4″ so I can be your hulk




I think there was a clip from Iron Man 2 in the featurette you guys talked about and that’s why they put the thing about how to get it at the end of the credits.



Willie Nelson

– Wing is wrong story: Demolition Man

– Howard The Duck DVD


Request For Feedback:

– Marvel Top 5 Characters

– Marvel-Based Movie/TV Show/Comic Science Questions

– Wing is wrong moments (From Legends Podcast)

– What would you like to see in a 2018 FOX produced Marvel comic movie?




Episode Names:

2×03 “Making Friends and Influencing People”


Scott Glenn cast as Stick in Daredevil


James D’Arcy cast as Edwin Jarvis in Agent Carter


Ming-Na Wen interview


Nick Blood interview


Avengers: Age of Ultron synopsis


Promo pics from Agents of SHIELD 2×01 Shadows


Agents of SHIELD season 2 preview


Why Ant-Man Is Going To Play A Huge Role In Avengers 2


*You can now text Groot


Japanese Rocket Raccoon robot video


Deadpool movie gets a release date


Fantastic Four release date delayed


Upcoming Fox Marvel Movie Schedule

08/07/15 Fantastic Four

02/12/16 Deadpool

05/27/16 X-Men: Apocalypse

03/03/17 Wolverine 3

07/14/17 Fantastic Four 2

07/13/18 Untitled Fox Marvel Film – X-Force, Gambit, X-Men/F4 Crossover?


Haley, Lauren and Stargate Pioneer love to hear back from you about your top 5 Marvel character lists, you science of Marvel questions, why Wing is wrong at any time, what you’d like to see as the untitled 2018 FOX-produced Marvel based comic movie, or what kind of sport Agent Coulson would have played in school. Call the voicemail line  at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871.


Join Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. next time as the hosts discuss Season 2 Episode 1 of Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. “Shadows!” Contact Info: Please see for all of our contact information or call our voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871.

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Deadpool Vs. Carnage #1 Review


Release Date: April 2nd, 2014

Rating: 5/5 Stars

Publisher: Marvel Comics

Written By: Cullen Bunn

Art By: Salvador Espin

Price: 3.99


I have to admit I was looking forward to this insanity more than any book this month. Carnage, the insane psychopathic serial killer in a murderous alien symbiote versus Deadpool, the mercenary who is so insane the world literally bends itself to his will. This book wasted absolutely no time uniting these two whack jobs in a bloody few pages.

There isn’t much story but there doesn’t need to be. Psychopath versus psychopath. They don’t sit around pondering their existence or waxing philosophically. Deadpool gets some not so subtle hints from the universe, aka his TV, telling him that he should track Carnage down since he is at least as insane as Cletus Kasady is. While Carnage massacres an entire diner full of good ol’ honest taxpaying citizens, Wade contemplates how his “amazeballs screwiness” would eventually come in handy some day. I guess he hasn’t read any of his own books because his insanity is what always saves his carcass from a fiery death. And somehow, after following a crappy butcher who quits his job and watching a kid play Street Fighter, Deadpool miraculously finds a lead on Carnage. Huh?! Whatever. The two meet in a small town full of suburban houses that were abandoned and Carnage gets an RPG to the face as he stands triumphantly in his tighty whities on his front porch. An obligatory fight ensues complete with runny symbiote sprayed all over the place and Deadpool’s missing hand being inside Cletus. Eww. There is also a surprise cameo at the end. I have no clue who that person is but Deadpool gets his face blown off by them.

The art is as insane as the two characters. Its nonstop adrenaline-fueled action and explosions. The fight between the two nutters is beyond hectic, with symbiote blades, pistols, grenades, and tentacles flying all over. The craziness in the eyes of Kasady is scary enough but then you get the facial expressions of Deadpool impossibly showing even thru his mask. Deadpool’s body language and the reactions of random people on the street to the Merc with the Mouth are priceless. Espin also throws in a plethora of fanboy references, Easter eggs, and Marvel goodies in the backgrounds and foregrounds of almost every panel leading up to the fight.

Cullen Bunn is currently my favorite writer. Everything that guy touches turns to gold. While I wasn’t sure he could tackle the level of insanity that is Deadpool versus Carnage, he surprised the amazeballs right off me. The rest of this story should be beyond good with him at the helm. Also, there’s a Parental Advisory label on the front of the book so that’s guaranteed awesome!


I’ll just spoil the cameo surprise because I doubt more than two people know who she is and if they do, I’m sure she isn’t a world shattering reveal-type cameo. So, who is Shriek? Anybody?


Deadpool #24 Review


Release Date: February 26th, 2014

Rating: 5/5 Stars

Publisher: Marvel Comics

Written By: Brian Posehn & Gerry Duggan

Art By: Mike Hawthorne

Colors By: Jordie Bellaire

Price: 2.99


Deadpool keeps the insanity coming as most of this issue is spent up inside his cracked and broken mind. Cameos from the entire run of this reboot show up in this issue as the main storyline comes to a conclusion and seeds for new doors, possibilities, and nuttiness are planted.

Agent Preston finally gets her Life Model Decoy body and she has got to be relieved to be out of Deadpool’s mind. I mean, she deserves a Medal of Honor and an early retirement full of salaries just for not going insane after having spent that long inside that lunatic’s brain. Dealing with all of Wade’s personalities and issues while still maintaining one’s own sanity is worse than anything any villain could come up with. Coulson and Adsit transfer Preston’s consciousness into the LMD but Gorman has one last ace up his sleeve as he sabotages the process. With the help of Dr Strange, Ben Franklin’s spirit, the homeless magician, and Wade Wilson’s own ridiculousness, everything turns out ok in the end and she gets her body and family back. The writing in this book is so damn good it’s painful to read sometimes. Deadpool is only allowed one or two thought provoking issues a year and this is one of them. It shows why he’s so crazy popular and still the most random, insane character in comic books today. The poor guy still thinks Preston is in his head talking to him and his other voice. There’s also the moment he meets a new Zen, monk-bead-wearing, Jedi master personality inside his own mind who claims to know all of his psyche in and out. Oh and there’s PocketPool. Can’t forget that barely-veiled sexual innuendo disguised as a cute little baby version of Wade. After all the dust is settled and Wade has a drink, Crossbones finally finds our “hero” alone at the bar. Imagine the battiness going on in h is head after being stuck in the air in a hot-air balloon for that long.

The art in this isn’t the top tier blowout artwork in Marvel’s flagship titles but who cares? We don’t need the most detailed, super rendered artwork to make one of the best comics on the market feturing one of the most liked characters ever. The loose lines and jagged pencils fit perfectly in the twisted world of Deadpool and the rest of his misfit cast. The facial expressions alone are worth the price of admission. All the beautifully drawn versions of Wilson were probably a blast to draw and the action scenes work perfectly for the moment. While this issue has a ton of monologue and self contemplation, something we’re not used to with Wade, the art chores are still momentous with the amount of characters and different personalities in this issue.
Overall this book continued the masterful storytelling and nonstop debauchery that is Deadpool and still peppered in a TON load of emotional and mental baggage. The series as a whole is definitely my favorite run of Deadpool stories and is quite possibly the funniest damn book on the market right now. If this character development keeps up, Wade Wilson might turn into a respectable…no…no. No he won’t. Ever. And that’s why we all love him.

On a side note, 1 to 10, how creepy is this…?


I give it an 18! The cover to issue #23.