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Sadly, the Disney Infinity line of games has been cancelled, which unfortunately means — along with any planned games — proposed character designs from fans will never be manifested. One of those fans is artist Hector Moran, who conceived ’90s-inspired designs for several Disney Infinity figures — even creating a Deadpool figure for himself.
While it’s extremely unlikely that Disney would’ve picked up these designs anyways, it’s still amazing to see Moran’s work on Marvel’s Mighty Mutants, including Wolverine, Beast, Cyclops, Gambit, Jean Grey, the Sentinel, Rogue, and Storm, all based on the classic Jim Lee designs from the ’90s comics.
Deadpool is at last confronted by Bandhu, aka “the dude in Dopinder’s trunk,” in this well-made fan short that pits the Merc with a Mouth against the Magneto of Candy.
What’s the Magneto of Candy, you ask? Well, in director A. Todd Smith’s short cousin Bandhu doesn’t merely have enough charm to win the heart of fair Gita. Oh, no. He also has the power to, um, control candy, which leads to a junk-attacking game of “Candy Crush Saga.” Naturally.
Deadpool’s healing factor is so strong, he’s gotten completely decapitated and lived to tell about it. So if there’s any Marvel character well-suited to take a bunch of kitchen knives to the skull, it’s him — a thought Instructables contributor BrittLiv must have had when she created her very own Deadpool knife block.
Fox’s Deadpool famously gave a nod to another fourth wall-breaking hero with a post-credits scene in which a bathrobe-clad Merc With a Mouth tells the audience “It’s over. Go home.” Now, however, the Wade Wilson/Ferris Bueller connection has been taken several steps further with “Deadpool’s Day Off.”
Created by Darth Blender, the video is a hilariously perfect mashup of — you guessed it! — Deadpool and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, with Deadpool as Ferris, Negasonic Teenage Warhead as Sloane and Colossus as Cameron.
Fans at last saw Spider-Man introduced into the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Captain America: Civil War, but it will be a long, long time before they witness the X-Men do the same. Until then, they can watch this epic fan trailer, which pits Marvel’s mutants against Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, over and over and over again.
Seriously, Fox and Marvel aren’t going to reach any kind of deal in the foreseeable future, so settle in with this video on a loop.
Sure, you may think Deadpool looks like an avocado had sex with an older, more disgusting avocado, but have you seen these Cosbaby versions of the Merc With a Mouth? They’re downright precious.
Unveiled by Hot Toys, each of the five bobble-head figures stands 9.5 centimeters, and depicts Deadpool in a different pose: sword-fighting, gesturing, surprised, striking a fighting pose, and making a hand heart gesture.
Wade Wilson is determined to win over the people of Japan … with an enormous statue of Deadpool lying seductively on the bed of a truck.
If you think that come-hither pose looks familiar, it’s because it was used in the marketing of the blockbuster movie. Only that time, the Merc With a Mouth was lying, Burt Reynolds-like, on a bearskin run, in front of a fireplace.
If you still have space in your home (and money in your bank account) after buying that life-size Batman, life-size Harley Quinn and life-size Slimer, then a.) wow, nice house, and b.) hold onto that job, because NECA is about to release a life-size Deadpool foam replica.
Unfortunately, there are no final-product images available, but we do have concept art and details, courtesy of BigBadToyStore. Based on Marvel’s Merc with a Mouth (alas, not Ryan Reynolds), this 6-foot replica is made of hand-painted foam rubber and latex.
Attending a comic convention dressed as a Redshirt from Star Trek is, y’know, fine but not exactly inspired. But attending a convention dressed as a Redshirt, and then posing with other cosplayers as they “kill” you over and over again? Genius!
That’s what Timothey Adam did last weekend at Emerald City Comicon in Seattle, recruiting cosplayers dressed as characters ranging from Batman and Harley Quinn to Chewbacca and the War Boys to put that Star Trek trope to the test.
If you can’t imagine lugging around your laptop, phone, books and other necessities for one more semester, maybe it’s time to call in some reinforcements.
With a Captain America or Deadpool laptop backpack, you’ll be ready for battle — or class, work, whatever — with all of your gear stowed away conveniently and stylishly.
Experimenting with the iconic nature of their costumes, Ukrainian illustrator Yuri Krasnoshchok has distilled the masks and faces of numerous fictional heroes to sparse geometric shapes in a minimalist series called simply “Masks of Superheroes.”
Spider-Man, represented only by those oversize white eyes, is probably the most successful of the bunch, but most of them are almost instantly recognizable, without the aid of the characters’ names.
Just when we’d written off flash mobs as passé, Deadpool proves us wrong. Wait, make that Deadpools.
As part of the South Korean marketing campaign for the Deadpool movie, the Taekwondo/urban dance group K-Tigers took to the street dressed as the Merc With a Mouth for a high-octane routine set to DMX’s “X Gon’ Give It to Ya” (needless to say, it’s Not Safe For Work).
Deadpool may be out here winning the hearts and minds of Americans countrywide with his smash box office hit, but it only takes one jerk to ruin a guy’s good name. Okay, fine, maybe it’s up to three jerks now. Regardless, it is totally unfair and not nearly funny enough.
A white man between 5’9″ and 5’11” and weighing roughly 200 lbs, that wore the mask of Marvel’s merc with a mouth, champion of the little guy, R-rated star, upstanding community member and all-around good hang Wade “Deadpool” Wilson stuck up the U.S. Bank in South Point, Ohio the afternoon of Friday, February 27, illicitly making off with $2,000 while ruining a marathon-like run of nearly flawless commercial branding.
A collision this morning south of Columbus, Ohio, involving two semi trucks left a lane of interstate closed most of the day as workers cleared debris — including hundreds of comic books — from the highway.
As you can see from the images and video, Deadpool, Vol. 9: Institutionalized was among the casualties.
Wade Wilson may not be the hero Regina deserves, but he’s the one it wants right now. Or something like that.
A resident of the capital of Saskatchewan has launched not one but two online petitions urging Regina City Council to erect a statue honoring Deadpool. You see, in the blockbuster Ryan Reynolds film, the Merc With a Mouth says, “I’m Wade Wilson from Regina, Saskatchewan. Regina, the town that rhymes with fun.”