With Deadpool now being a model, well-behaved example to other inmates, despite the sleeping and being cured of the man's hallucinations, mainly dialogues depicted in yellow boxes, he now faces a new problem: Losing Death forever. Things immediately began to undo themselves when the Foolkiller was released from solitary confinement, whose initial response at the first sight of the mercenary was getting back at him for landing the man in solitary confinement in the first place.
Once again, Deadpool's sparking personality manages to screw everything up, including infatuating the eccentric psychiatrist. I must admit, this is probably one of the dullest story arcs for the Merc with the Mouth, what with being forced to solve jigsaw puzzles, contend with the sins he'd committed in the past, and as a result, being driven into complete submission, as is always the consequence when one resides within the confines of an asylum for too long. The weight of the story largely concerns Dr. Whitby's professional attempts at curing Deadpool and little to none of the man trying to blow anything up, an integral part of almost any respectable Deadpool story. That dull.
At this point, any endeavor to cure Deadpool of his psychological ailments would seem pointless. So let's go back to trying to kill off the mercenary as he so desires, shall we?