deadpool-blindbandit.jpg (255022 bytes)
Deadpool
deadpool3.gif (50929 bytes)

  
deadpool-side.jpg (61071 bytes)        deadpool4.jpg (153764 bytes)        deadpool-scope.jpg (295940 bytes)        deadpool-shoryuken.jpg (80387 bytes)        deadpool-common.jpg (53675 bytes)        deadpool-jp.jpg (238287 bytes)
 

BIO:

The foul-mouthed mercenary now known as Deadpool was once little more than medical waste, written off as a miscarriage of science and technology by the directors of the Canadian government's enigmatic Weapon X project. Were its name known outside certain highly specialized circles, the black-ops initiative would have boasted a distinguished -- if blood-spattered -- track record. Previously, it's technicians had spawned a number of noteworthy scions -- including the feral Wolverine, maverick mutant adventurer, and the savage Sabretooth, psychotic murder machine.

And they had looked forward to an uninterrupted string of successes. Enter Wade Wilson. Diagnosed with cancer, the gun-for-hire left the woman he loved and accepted an unorthodox offer of salvation. Playing upon his hope for a cure, the Weapon X scientists attempted to recreate Wolverine's genetically endowed healing factor through artificial means. Although successful, the Byzantine procedure left Wilson's epidermis and face a horridly callused mess. Considered a failure, he was consigned to a prison laboratory for program rejects. Unable at first to accept his mangled appearance, Wilson slipped into the darkest pit of his soul. He killed several guards and escaped -- dubbing himself "Deadpool," after the facility. Some time later, he re-emerged as one of the world's foremost mercenaries-for-hire.

After cementing his reputation as a solider of fortune and quasi-super hero, Deadpool signed on the dotted line for the terrorist known as Tolliver. His target: the time-tossed mutant freedom fighter called Cable. Deadpool learned that his former lover -- Vanessa Carlyle, the shapeshifter named Copycat -- was posing as Cable's girlfriend and teammate, the probability-altering Domino. Wilson launched repeated offensives against Cable and his mutant strike team, X-Force -- culminating with a battle in which Tolliver was killed and Vanessa seriously wounded. Deadpool showed mercy on his former flame, diverting a portion of his powers to heal her injuries.

Escaping custody in a metal asylum, Deadpool gained the attention of the interdimensional firm of Landau, Luckman & Lake. LL&L believed Deadpool to be the Mithras, one who would usher in a new golden age for the inhabitants of Earth. But the prophecy was a sham: The being destined to bring this era to life actually would transform the planet's inhabitants into mindless, grinning boobs. Deadpool averted disaster, but internal politics within LL&L brought an end to their relationship. His optimism again shattered, Wilson returned to his status as a killer-for-hire.
 
deadpool-pose2.jpg (47050 bytes)        deadpool-shoot.jpg (35550 bytes)        mvc3deadpool.jpg (113930 bytes)        deadpool-2.jpg (61824 bytes)        deadpool-11.jpg (16047 bytes)        deadpool-awesome.jpg (78407 bytes)
 
deadpool-pose.png (125608 bytes)        deadpool.gif (41053 bytes)        deadpool-avengers-alliance-full.jpg (52120 bytes)        deadpool-ua.jpg (111745 bytes)        deadpool-umvc3.jpg (42152 bytes)        deadpool-by-hybrid.jpg (144990 bytes)
 

FIGHTING GAME ORIGIN:
Marvel VS Capcom 3

  
deadpool-xmow-2014.jpg (143543 bytes)        deadpool-2013game2.jpg (112795 bytes)        deadpool-sword.gif (46735 bytes)        deadpool-print.jpg (169582 bytes)        deadpool-card2.jpg (100396 bytes)        deadpool-card3.jpg (82248 bytes)
 

OTHER APPEARANCES:
Ultimate Marvel VS Capcom 3

   
deadpool-awesome-art.jpg (1424463 bytes)          deadpool-chick.jpg (106177 bytes)          deadpool-jacket.jpg (98439 bytes)          deadpool-task.jpg (110347 bytes)          deadpool-clowns2.jpg (336219 bytes)


deadpool-guns.jpg (72022 bytes)          deadpool-fly.jpg (86168 bytes)          deadpool-umvc3-ending.png (2307575 bytes)          deadpool-umvc3-ending2.png (2061313 bytes)          deadpool-tv.jpg (16307 bytes)
 

Page Updated:  June 23rd, 2021

I must've been 8 or 9 when I was first introduced to Deadpool, while opening a shiny new pack of Marvel trading cards in the 90's. "Whoa, he sorta looks like Spider-Man, but he's got machineguns & swords?!" As a big X-Men fan, Deadpool made plenty of cameos in the comic series I loved most, but he never really took the spotlight. One day many years later, I saw Deadpool being a total weirdo jerk (yet rather funny) instead of trying to be a "serious badass"... and this was around the time Deadpool found his groove.

Deadpool's appearance in the Marvel Versus Series was long overdue, but his epic MVC3 incarnation was worth the wait. Countless hilarious mannerisms & taunts, all while fighting like a pro when he needs to. His Level 3 super has to be one of the cleverest supers ever in a fighting game. Also, major props to Capcom for putting Deadpool's iconic "Shoryuken" in the game and quoting Magneto's "Welcome to Die" from the 1992 arcade game. ^__^ Capcom killed it with MVC3 Deadpool. Finally, I never expected to see Deadpool on the big screen. Loved both Deadpool movies. Superhero movies DONE RIGHT! Seeing Cable, Juggernaut, and Colossus alongside Deadpool in the movies was such great fan service.

Fighting  Style  /  Moveset
Personality  /  Charisma
Outfit(s)  /  Appearance
Effectiveness  in  series
Overall Score

    

Click here for more Deadpool artwork!