Infographic: Everything You Need to Know About Deadpool
Marvel movies are getting a whole lot bloodier. Deadpool, starring Ryan Reynolds, is the first feature film to put the spotlight on The Merc with the Mouth, the man formerly known as Wade Winston Wilson. Yes, we know he was technically in X-Men Origins. No, that doesn’t count.
Deadpool is one of our favorite Marvel superheroes of all time, but he has always been more of cult phenomenon than, say, a Spider-Man or a Captain America. Completely unbound by the traditional rules of fiction, Deadpool is perhaps best known for the fact that he knows he’s a comic book character. He is second-best-known, of course, for the copious amounts of violence strewn throughout his page. Thankfully, the latter is preserved by the Deadpool movie’s R rating.
If you’re intrigued by the Deadpool movie and can’t wait to jump through the fourth wall, then this Deadpool infographic is for you! Be sure to check out the official Deadpool movie costume, too.
Keep on reading to learn more about the basics of the character, and maybe get an idea of where to start with the comics. Pro tip: you can never go wrong by starting at the beginning. (Or, with Deadpool Kills. Those are great.)
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