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    Wade Wilson
    Badass. Smartass. Great ass.
    Gender: Male
    Type: Mischievous Mercenary
    Age: Middle-aged
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Ryan Reynolds
    Nolan North
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Marvel Comics


    "Deadpool: Let's fucking go!
    Wolverine: Yeah. Let's fucking go.
    "

    Deadpool and Wolverine in the trailer

    Fucker should've worn the brown pants.

    -Deadpool

    Wait! You may be wondering why the red suit? Well, that's so bad guys can't see me bleed. This guy's got the right idea! He wore the brown pants!

    Deadpool (born Wade Wilson) is the titular main protagonist of the movie franchise of the same name. He is a Canadian freelance mercenary who became a superhuman with a regenerative healing factor from the Mutant Workshop program.

    Why He Rocks

    1. His movie version is 100% faithful to his comic book counterpart with his costume and his talkative personality, unlike the version from X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
    2. He possesses a highly sarcastic and great sense of humor that irritates and annoys most of his enemies. He regularly insults and belittles baddies.
    3. He feels no shame and can make a joke out of any situation, even after months of endless torture, he was able to keep his raunchy sense of humor alive.
    4. He remains very movie-cultured, referencing The Matrix, RoboCop, Alien 3, Are You There God, It's Me Margaret, 127 Hours, The Cocoon, X-Men: Days of Future Past and Star Wars.
    5. Despite his initial immaturity, he is a genuine, soft, good-hearted guy, and in time becomes a very moral and heroic person.
    6. 4th-Wall Crisis
    7. Great dialogue:
      • In the beginning, God created Deadpool. And God looked down upon his creation and he thought: "What the #$@% did I just do!?"
      • (Getting in a car crash) Shit. Did I leave the stove on?
      • "Deadpool". "Captain Deadpool". Nah, just "Deadpool"
      • SHIT. MOTHERFUCKER! Fuck! Shit! Fuck! Shit! Bad Deadpool. (Shoots henchman) Good Deadpool.
      • Have you seen 127 Hours? Spoiler alert.
      • Don't make the suit green. Or animated!
      • You're welcome Canada.
      • Finish fucking her the fuck up! (Collosus: Language, please!) SUCK A COCK!
      • Fuck Wolverine. First he rides my coattails with the R-rating, and then, that hairy motherfucker ups the ante by dying. Well guess what Wolvie? I'm dying in this one too.
      • Yeah, now that's just lazy writing.
      • I'm Batman.
      • How does Batman make crap like that look easy?
      • You're so dark! You sure you're not from the DC universe?
      • Hey! Yeah, you! I'm down here bustin' my ass, while you sit on yours, watchin' me jump around? How is THAT fair?
      • You were recording that, weren't you, Player? No? Heh heh...WHAT DO YOU MEAN YOU WEREN'T RECORDING THAT?!
      • MAKE IT STOP!
      • A fourth-wall break inside of a fourth-wall break. That's like, 16 walls.
      • Hahaha. You're about to get killed by a Zamboni.
        • TELL ME WHERE YOUR FUCKING BOSS IS! OR YOU'RE GOING TO DIE! IN FIVE MINUTES!
      • You might want to look away for this. (Pushes audiences POV to the side)
    8. In the comics, he is also very funny and his close friendships with Cable and Domino are touching and they save New York City together and always have each other’s backs.
    9. His team-ups with Spider-Man in the comics are always hilarious.

    Bad Qualities

    1. Although still a fun and funny character to play as, he can be pretty annoying (in a bad way) in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds and in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3.
    2. As much as he loves making jabs at his X-Men Origins variant, that version isn't a great start for Deadpool on the big screen, as his design was nothing like his comic counterpart, and couldn't speak, which is one of his defining traits.

    Trivia

    • In his video game, he is voiced by the same person who plays Nathan Drake from the Uncharted series.

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