Leading up to Deadpool #9 Scott Adsit has taken over day to day operation of the mercs for hire, so that Deadpool can track down Sabertooth because he thinks that Sabertooth killed his parents, when in fact he killed his own parents.
This issue starts off with two S.H.I.E.L.D. agents showing up to check up on Mr. Adsit, who turns out to be an undercover S.H.I.E.L.D. agent. It is revealed that Deadpool already knew this since he used Mr. Adsit’s login to access the S.H.I.E.L.D. data bases in the last issue.
We cut to a fight sequence between Deadpool and Sabertooth, where a copious amount of blood was spilled. The fight ends with Sabertooth throwing Deadpool into an oncoming car.
On the next few pages three Sabertooth flashbacks are shown. The first of which shows Sabertooth in his teenage years being locked up in his father’s basement having to beg to be given food. The following flashback is back at Bulter’s Medical Supply, which was shown in the last issue. As Butler is revealing his intentions to get Deadpool, who by the way is unconscious on the next to him, to kill his own parents to Sabertooth he asks him to chaperone the hit. The final flashback is Sabertooth in a car waiting for Deadpool to finish his hit.
Once we’re done with the flashback we get to see Magneto trying to recruit Sabertooth to help fight for the mutant cause, however Sabertooth denies his request saying that he has to take care of something first.
Once Deadpool dislodges himself from the car then makes his way to Kaminsky’s bar, which is where Sabertooth is waiting for him.
All in all I would recommend Deadpool #9 as it sets up the next issue, has an awesome fight sequence and a Magneto cameo.