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Penn and Teller Join The Marvel Universe

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Marvel has announced that an upcoming Spider-Man/Deadpool story will be written by Penn Jillette. Penn will pen Spider-Man/Deadpool #11. The issue will star the two superheroes and will also feature Jillette and his longtime comedy magic partner, Teller. You read that right, not only will the comic include Spiderman and Deadpool but it will also star Penn and Teller.

Spider-Man and Deadpool with Penn and Teller

If the cover is any indication, this story may team Spider-Man with the always silent Teller, while the always talkative Deadpool will get paired with Jillette.

Spider-Man and Deadpool don’t always get along, but they’ve been a great comedy duo in the Spider-Man/Deadpool series written by Joe Kelley. Now, Kelley is going to take the November issue off which will allow guest-writer Penn Jillette to introduce Spidey and Deadpool to Penn and Teller

Spider-Man and Deadpool are a team just as Penn and Teller are a team, but in this comic, the teams are Spider-Man/Teller and Penn/Deadpool.

“I had to mull it over for like two or three seconds. I mean, what book could be more exciting?…Of all the characters in comic books, it doesn’t get better than Deadpool and Spider-Man. It’s a dream come true for a lot of things…Imagine what a magician could do with someone who heals that quickly!” Jillette said on the This Week In Marvel Podcast.

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Jillette went on to say, “Spider-Man has the sensibility of everything wonderful and groovy from the ’80s and ’90s, and then you’ve got Deadpool who’s become a character of the 21st Century. There’s a new impetus there, breaking the fourth wall. There’s a lot of stuff that I’m interested in in theater and performance that the Deadpool character is playing around with. The idea of having something happen while you’re commenting on it is fascinating to me….I love to do magic tricks, talk about how magic tricks are done, and still fool [people.]”

Spider-Man/Deadpool editor, Jordan White, also added he’s been a fan of Penn & Teller for years and that Jillette’s name popped up when he was brainstorming ideas for a fill-in writer on the comic book title.

Spiderman and The Not Ready For Prime Time PlayersSpiderman Stephen ColbertThis isn’t the first time that Spidey has appeared alongside real comedians in the comic book world. One of his previous team ups include the Not Ready For Prime Time Players of the Original Saturday Night Live cast. Spider-Man has also teamed up with Stephen Colbert.

Jillette has a short history with comics too. Back in 1989, Jillette contributed to Detective Comics # 600, and he also wrote a short story for Dark Horse Presents in 1998. In 1999, Jillette was joined by artist Renée French on the one-shot comic book, The Adventures of Rheumy Peepers and Chunky Highlights; which was published by Oni Press.

Ironically, Penn and Teller: Fool Us is currently running on The CW, where the pair share the airwaves with DC’s pantheon of costumed heroes, including Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

  1. Anthony Kolb says:

    When will this issue hit the book shelves in stores?

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