A bloody, bullet riddled thrill ride, Deadpool: Ciricle Chase is all we've come to expect from everyone's favorite Merc-With-A-Mouth. Originally published as Deadpool: Circle Chase #1-4 in 1993, this graphic is VERY reflective of the style prominent then, with big hair, big muscles, and most of all, big guns.
The story revolves around the will of Tolliver, former boss of Deadpool and various other mercenaries, Tolliver had left behind a weapon of unimaginable power with only one rule who will inherit this price: "to the victor go the spoils". Now everyone is struggling to gain power, kill each other, and unlock the secret of the will.
One of the largest problems with this story is the size of the ensemble cast. Deadpool is eclipsed by Weasel, Vanessa, Kane, Black Tom, Juggernaut , and MANY others.
There are some great character origin moments, the art and dialogue are solid, and it's a fun, solid read.
While a newcomer to comics could read this, I would recommend it more for comic book fans due to the large cast and semi-convoluted continuity of Marvel in the `90's.