A handful of comic readers I know have told me that they don't like Deadpool and don't understand his appeal. Depending on how the character is written, I can see their point. Fortunately, for those of us who want Deadpool to be a good comic book, Brian Posehn and Gerry Duggan are evolving him into more than the one note character he has been recently.
Posehn and Duggan began sowing the seeds for "The good, the bad and the ugly" story in the issues after their first arc. The premise is that every so often mysterious people are drugging Deadpool and harvesting his organs without his knowledge. Starting in issue #15 Deadpool decides to enlist some help and track down the folks doing this to him. I don't want to give anything else away because it was such a good read. The fact that I almost cried during issue #19 should suffice. Posehn and Duggan have brought a tragic comedian sensibility to Deadpool that is perfect for the character. The Declan Shalvey artwork is superb. Let's hope it continues. "The good, the bad and the ugly" runs from Deadpool #15 through #19.