Characters / Deadpool

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  • What are you doing here? I listed all my tropes on the main page! Yep, I'm so awesome I get my own page, not just a folder!


Aside from moi, my series is a home for lesser known, but still pretty awesome people. Not as awesome as me, of course, but honestly, who is?

Blind Al

AKA: Althea
Debut: Deadpool Vol. 1, #1

A former secret agent who hangs out with me a lot and tries to give me advice on being a good guy. She may or may not be as crazy as me...

  • The Atoner: Seems like she pushed me in the right direction because she wanted to atone for bad things she did in her past.
  • Cool Old Lady: She matches wits with yours truly and... sometimes... wins.
  • Darkand Troubled Past: She may or may not have done some nasty stuff when she was with the British Smart guys.
  • Handicapped Badass: "Blind" isn't just a nickname.
  • Laxative Prank: Oh, I remember the time she pulled that on me...
  • Mysterious Past: Something-something British Intelligence, something-something WWII, something-something a bright young American lad...
  • Parental Substitute: She's like the mother I never had.... except I put her in time out when she's naughty.
  • Race Lift: The movie has a Black Blind Al.
  • Sole Survivor: I got paid to kill her in Zaire, but I decided to kill everyone but her.
  • Stockholm Syndrome: She didn't even want to leave when I finally let her go. Not that I asked her.

Bob, Agent of HYDRA

Debut: Cable & Deadpool #38

My best pal in the whole world who isn't Spider-Man and a former member of that asshole supervillain group HYDRA. A lot of people say that he's got something called Stockholm Syndrome but I don't put much stock in that.

  • Action Survivor: Despite having no superpowers, no regular powers, and no abilities at all, he somehow survives all the dangerous missions I drag him on.
  • Butt Monkey: Life loves to torment the poor guy (but then again, so do I).
  • Cowardly Lion: He's better at running away than anyone I've ever seen.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He once killed a symbiote possessed dinosaur singlehandedly. Of course, this was while trying to run for his life.
  • The Faceless: Well, sort of. We saw his face once and never more.
  • Fanboy: Of me, but then again, who isn't.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: Oh come on we're not that close.
  • Lawyer-Friendly Cameo: In the movie, I chat with him during a fight scene. However, he works for Francis instead of HYDRA, since HYDRA was off tormenting the Disney-owned Marvel Cinematic Universe.


AKA: Vanessa Geraldine Carlysle
Debut: New Mutants Vol. 1, #98

A mutant merc with shapeshifting powers and my cool ex-girlfriend. She's a real looker if I say so myself.

Deuce the Devil-Dog

Debut: Daredevil Vol. 1, #361

A dog that used to be owned by Daredevil's pal Foggy Nelson. Weasel won him from Foggy in a poker match and now he's Blind Al's guide dog. She loves him.

Doctor Bong

AKA: Lester Verde
Debut: Howard the Duck Vol. 1, #15

A Mad Scientist supervillain, former archenemy of some cartoon duck thing, and my psychiatrist. He's a nice enough guy and really helped through a rough patch, though him being a super crook means that I sometimes have to fight him when I'm helping out the good guys. He wears a cool bell for a helmet that he can hit to make super powerful sound attacks.

  • Affably Evil: For being this evil and crazy scientist guy, he's also pretty nice.
  • An Arm and a Leg: His arms are robotic so he doesn't have to worry too much if they get chopped off.
  • Freudian Excuse: He got bullied a lot as a kid and lost his both his arms.
  • Mad Scientist: He possesses knowledge of genetic engineering advanced. Using this knowledge he has transformed normal animals into sentient, semi-humanoid beings, (somewhat like the High Evolutionary's New Men), created clones, and even transformed a sentient other dimensional duck into a human being.
  • Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: You'd think so but nope! He's got a solid PHD in psychology. Unfortunately, his first patient during his internship was me!
  • Token Evil Teammate: Of my friends and allies, he's only that is a villain.
  • Trauma Conga Line: His childhood wasn't pleasant.


AKA: Neena Thurman
Debut: X-Force Vol. 1, #8

A genetically-engineered freelancer and part-time X-Man who works with me a lot. She's pretty cool but tends to kick my ass a lot. See other info on the X-Force page

Eleanor Camacho

Debut: Deadpool Vol. 3, #31

My darling daughter. That's right, I'm a daddy! What of it?! I like to keep her away from my more dangerous adventures...which is all of them.

  • Affectionate Nickname: She's my little Ellie-Belly.
  • Badass Adorable: Just look at that face! She also has the X-Gene so she might get mutant powers one day.
  • Cheerful Child: I will do anything to keep a smile on her face.
  • Daddy's Girl: She is my biggest fan and I wouldn't want it any other way.
  • Disappeared Dad: I was this to her for a while, but once I learned she was my little girl I've tried to be the best Dadpool I can be.
  • Future Badass: One storyline sent in the future show she became a awesome ass-kicker and not at all shitty like me. So proud!
  • Happily Adopted: After her mama died a friend of mine in S.H.I.E.L.D. adopted her, and I bought a house next door so I can visit them all the time.
  • Healing Factor: Her future self will get kinda one in that whenever she "dies", her body comes back in a younger form like a Franz Kafka deal. Hey beats being a walking tumor.
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child: She might not be more serious than other kids her age, but she definitely has the wackiest dad around.

Emily Preston

Debut: Deadpool Vol. 3, #1

A S.H.I.E.L.D agent that got assigned to me during a outbreak of zombies of famous historical figures (What? It happens). She got killed during the event but good old necromancy saved her spirit and she got put into my mind then S.H.I.E.L.D went all Million Dollar Man and put her into an android body (How cool is that!). She's been an ally of mine ever since and looks after Eleanor in my stead know, I'm not exactly the best parent around.

  • Fusion Dance: She bunked in my mind for a bit after she lost her body.
  • Mama Bear: Loves Ellie like her own child (of which she does have a son) and won't let anything happen to her. A fact she not afraid to threaten me with should some of my lifestyle endanger her.
  • Parental Substitute: Toward Ellie being her mother of sorts. Oh sure I contribute too but being a mercenary doesn't exactly make for good parenting.
  • Scary Black Woman: Oh yes, especially with since she's in a robot body.
  • Spirit Advisor: In the not too distant future, she still lingering around and pestering me as a spirit.
  • We Can Rebuild Him: Lost her body during our first adventure together and S.H.I.E.L.D gave her a robot one in return. How's that's for health benefits!

The Great Lakes Avengers

Debut: The West Coast Avengers Vol. 2, #46

A no-name superhero team centered in Wisconsin that I help out sometimes. I was actually a team member for a time though that meant I had to contend with my true archnemesis, Squirrel Girl. See their own page for more.

My Voice Boxes

These two are the voices that reside in my brain ravaged by El Cancer. One them is in yellow box and is Ax-Crazy and cuckoo as me, the other is in a white box more logical and snarky. I don't have em anymore after the Marvel-verse went through it's umpteeth reboot. But hey we had some good times

  • Ax-Crazy: The yellow box is.
  • Badass Baritone: My white box is usually portrayed with a deep voice.
  • Fusion Dance: My yellow box came to life after I got merged with some D-list loser named Madcap.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: My yellow box would kill the person paying me, but my white box would spare them... then cut their head off.


AKA: Inez Temple
Debut: Deadpool Vol. 1, #65

A cowgirl-styled merc and a close friend of mine. She's a mutant with super strength and durability and is insanely good with guns. I work with her on a lot of jobs.

  • Action Girl: Between her guns, strength and durability, she's almost as awesome as me. Really.
  • Cowgirl: Has this as her whole motif complete with thick Texan accent.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She almost makes as many jokes as me!
  • Ms. Fanservice: That outfit of her's ain't exactly subtle.
  • Stripperific: Her costume as previously mentioned is barely there.
  • Super Strength: She has some degree of superhuman strength, bu the exact limits of which aren't known. Hey, she can punch through brick walls with ease.

Sandi Brandenberg

Debut: Taskmaster Vol. 1, #1

My secretary and good friend. She's a sweet one even though she's the ex-girlfriend of that jerkwad Taskmaster.


Debut: Deadpool: The Gauntlet Infinite Comic #3

An ancient royal succubus and my lovely wife. She was in an arranged marriage to that old bag of bones Dracula but fell in love with me instead. She's totally hot and a real sweetie.

  • Cloudcuckoo Lander: She did marry me of all people.
  • Crusading Widow: Becomes this in Mrs. Deadpool and the Howling Commandos.
  • Cute Monster Girl: A totally hot succubus.
  • Face–Heel Turn: She was already angry cause my preference for the world in the surface. But when Farcus, a centuries-old senile monstered, is killed by some jerk bystanders, she used the power of the Sceptre of Manticore to mobilize armies from her kingdom and other places with the intention to annex Manhattan!. Say goodbye to my marriage....
  • Horny Devils: A succubus that kept me awake through our entire wedding night.
  • Ms. Fanservice: She is a beauty succubus and often wear skimpy or semi-transparent outfits. But remember that she is my wife, so stay away!
  • Really Gets Around: Yes, I know. I'm not the first.
  • Screw Destiny: She did this just by falling in love with me.
  • Shapeshifting: She can turn into something much bigger and scary looking.
  • Supernatural Is Purple: All her magic has purple like principal color (combined with her look...and her monster form).
  • Vampiric Draining: Being a succubus, she can absorb the life forces of those around her, whether through a kiss or through sexual intercourse. Once she make me fall unconscious for a moment with a kiss. Thankfully, I have an Healing Factor.
  • Your Cheating Heart: I caught her in the bed with Wolf-Man. WITH WOLFMAN! But I reacted in a very mature way and, with my wife, we had a civil discussion.


AKA: Bernard Hoyster
Debut: X-Force Vol. 1, #22

An old pal of mine from Weapon X. He's a merc now and we've worked together on a few jobs.


AKA: Jack Hammer
Debut: Cable Vol. 1, #3

A super genius friend of mine who I go to for all kinds of sweet gadgets. The guy loves me! Keeps trying to kill me for whatever reason though. Maybe he's bipolar.

  • Progressively Prettier: Joe Madureira gave Weasel buck teeth in The Circle Chase, which Weas' lost either while or shortly before Ed McGuinness started drawing us for the Joe Kelly comics.
  • Punny Name: He's definitely a weasel.
  • The Starscream: Usually I would off him, but he's just too useful.
  • With Friends Like These...: Don't let his geeky appearance fool you, over the years he's screwed me over just as much as I screwed him.

    Deadpool Corps 

Tropes applying to the whole group:
  • Alternate Self: a whole team of alternate me!
  • The Chosen One: yeah, the Contemplator chose us to save the Universe. Finally, someone recognizes our value...


AKA: Wade Winston Wilson
Debut: Prelude to Deadpool Corps #3

A version of me that's a dog. I couldn't make this shit up if I tried.

Golden Age Deadpool

AKA: Frederick "Wheezy" Wilson
Debut: Captain America: Who Won't Wield the Shield? #1

An old-school alternate universe version of me.


AKA: Wade Winston Wilson
Debut: Marvel Zombies 3 #1

A zombie me from some weird-ass alternate universe. He's just a head now thanks to getting tossed into a riverboat propeller.

  • Ascended Extra: Originally was just an extra in Marvel Zombies, until he return in the mine mini-series Merc With A Mouth and was recruited to join our team.
  • Deadpan Snarker: The little head can give me a run for my money.
  • Handicapped Badass: Well, he kinda is, what with no longer having a body and being forced to move around thanks to a small helicopter helmet. He still has proven he could be useful to us.
  • Microwave the Dog: Courtesy of our beloved Dreadpool. He got better.
  • Off with His Head!: Well, duh. How do you think he ended up as a head to begin with?
  • Oracular Head: He's just a head; a head that talks. He's me after all.
  • Revenant Zombie: Sure, he is only a head now, but technically he is still a zombie me. And he still has that wonderful personality and sense of humor we all share.


AKA: Wade Winston Wilson
Debut: Prelude to Deadpool Corps #2

A mouthy kid version of me, who was a student in an alternate universe Xavier's School for Gifted. He's kind of a brat.

  • Bratty Half-Pint: He's me as a kid.
  • The Bully: Somewhat. He was constantly causing trouble in his universe's version of Xavier's School, and liked to pick up on Scott Summer.
  • Laser Blade: his favorite weapon.
  • Mouthy Kid: The miniature merc with a mouth! See what I did there?
  • Tagalong Kid: Played with; he is a kid version of me we brought along, but he doesn't cause us that much trouble... at least not more than anyone else in the team.

Lady Deadpool

AKA: Wanda Wilson
Debut: Deadpool: Merc with a Mouth #7

A girl version of me who's just as crazy as yours truly. She's pretty hot. Not that you heard that from me.

  • Actually Pretty Funny: She called me out for having the Champion temporarily join our team, but she still admitted putting him in a costume like ours was rather funny.
  • Dumb Blonde: Averted; sure, she is crazy, but then again, we all are in this team.
  • The Lancer: Usually acts as one to me in the team. She usually is the one who discuss leader matter with me.
  • Ms. Fanservice: At least when she keeps her mask on or not, seeing how her scars are cured eventually...
  • Screw Yourself: I kinda tried that with her we first met. It was weird, even for us, and I really don't want to talk about it...
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: After her scars were cured, she was more than happy to put a skimpy outfit on as part of one of our plans.
  • Women Are Wiser: Somewhat. Technically she is just as nut as any of us, but she usually is the closest thing to a Only Sane Man in our team.

     Rogues Gallery 

Agent Allison Kemp

Debut: Deadpool Vol. 2, #48

"My knowledge in your tactics is extensive, Deadpool. Exhaustive."

A former FBI agent who got crippled in a fight with me. She's kind of crazy now and wants to take vengeance on me.

  • Freudian Excuse: A thriving, honest, and hardworking agent who was permanently crippled in a gunfight by little ol' me.
  • Heel–Face Turn: At the end, she regrets her actions and forgets the vengeance path once and for all.
  • Machine Monotone: She talks in a Stephen Hawking-esque voice coming from her chair.
  • Non-Action Big Bad: She's not exactly in shape for violence since I crippled her.
  • Not So Stoic: Eventually cries at the end.

The Attending/Ajax/Abyss Man

AKA: Francis Fanny
Debut: Deadpool Vol. 1, #14

A crazy cyborg who used to be a guard for Dr. Killebrew. He's obsessed with killing me because I shot him when I escaped Weapon X. Guy holds a serious grudge.

Black Swan

Debut: Deadpool Vol. 1, #65

"This is a game of gentlemen, Mr. Wilson, not buffoons."

A snob of a hitman who wants to kill me for stealing credit for some kills he made. He's kind of a dick.

  • Arch-Enemy: He did kill me...
  • Arc Villain: For the "Healing Factor" arc of six-editions, and later in Agency X.
  • Bad Boss: Killed one of his mooks for bothering him in the middle of a phone call. And unceremoniously killed off Nijo once he realized he outlived his usefulness.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: His first appearance ends with me dead, Nijo disposed, and him none worse for the wear. Granted, I kicked his ass a while later, but the point still stands.
  • Black Eyes of Evil: Oddly enough, he seems to have those permanently in his latest appearances, even though he doesn't have any supernatural powers that we know of.
  • Breaking Speech: "You're a bad guy, Wade. Embrace it."
  • The Chessmaster: To the point his plan works in his first appearance. That's right, he flat-out wins. Against me.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Is he ever. For instance: Instead of facing me headfront, he just hired me and injected me with a deadly mental virus while I was busy thinking it was another hit. It worked. Second meeting? Pulled out a gun on me while I was on the toilet.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Guess what he does upon meeting for the first time? Beat me up to a bloody pulp while calmly discussing why the job I ruined was supposed to be his ninth symphony.
  • Faux Affably Evil: He was pretty polite for a murderous asshole.
  • Foil: He is essentially my polar opposite: Both of us are ruthless, implacable men who live by killing people. However, I am a very hilarious, uneducated, and sloppy mercenary, while Swan is a dead serious, cultured, and efficient mercenary. Swan even mentions the precise reason he hates me so much is because of how "uncivilized" I am.
  • In the Blood: His family has been killing people since medieval times.
  • Killed Off for Real: Dismembered and taxidermized. Doesn't get any more dead than that. Never mind, he's back in the Black List arc. What does it take to keep people dead these days?
  • Knight of Cerebus: In his first appearance. But hey, no one takes the humor of my stories!...Well, maybe a little bit.
  • Manipulative Bastard: See his treatment of Nijo. It was twisted by even my standards.

Commcast/Black Box

AKA: Garabed Bashur
Debut: Deadpool: The Circle Chase #2

"You will die as you lived: Stupidly."

A mutant technopathic criminal who's basically a living computer. We've run into each other quite a few times. He creeps me the hell out.

  • Big Bad: As of "Blacklist".
  • The Chessmaster: It's amazing how many strategies he has stored on his mind.
  • Dream Team: Assembles one (of the villainous variation) to take on me.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: How he is disposed of: Swan wipes his memory so he won't ever remember me losing my healing factor, and does the same to Black Tom Cassidy. Checkmate.
  • Man in the Machine: Always locked in some sort of computer room and connected to a billion wires. Weirdo.
  • Smug Snake: Underestimated me at every turn, and overestimated his intelligence.
  • Villainous Breakdown: He flips his shit as I grow closer to defeating him and his thugs.


AKA: Wade Winston Wilson
Debut: Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe #1

This is the version of me from the Deadpool Killogy. For more information on this creep, follow the page link.

Doctor Ella Whitby

Debut: Deadpool Vol. 2, #40

A crazy psychiatrist who became obsessed with me while I was staying in a mental hospital. She's a complete wacko who made Evil Deadpool to try and kidnap me. She's totally fat even though people keep saying she's not.

Doctor Emrys Killebrew

Debut: Deadpool: Sins of the Past #1

The Mad Scientist asshole who's responsible for making me what I am today. He keeps saying that he's a good guy now but I know that's bull.

Evil Deadpool

Debut: Deadpool Vol. 2, #44

An evil Frankenstein-style clone of me made from my body parts that got cut off over the years. He's been sent after me a few times by that crazy bitch Ella Whitby (see above).


Debut: Hit-Monkey Vol. 1, #1

A hitman who's also a monkey. I'm serious! He only takes hits on other mercs and criminals so I've had some nasty run-ins with him. Worse he's got healing powers like me so he keeps coming no matter how many times he gets put down.

Macho Gomez

Debut: Deadpool Vol. 2, #32

One of the baddest, stinkiest bounty hunters in the galaxy. He came to Earth to pick up a bounty and now wants me dead because I stole his kill by accident.

  • Villain Team-Up: He led one against me. Though it was less Villain Team-Up and more "People I've Pissed Off" Team-Up.


Debut: Captain America Vol. 1, #307

Yeah so remember that wacky voice during my internal dialogue years? Well turns out being merged with me didn't help his already crazy mind. I thought he make a great addition for my Mercs for Money group but then he tried to make everyone crazy before killing me. So yeah another satisfied customer in the in my crazy life.

  • Arch-Enemy: Considering he is my Enemy Without who is hell-bent on ruining my life and has nearly done so a few times, yeah, he qualifies. This little creep gets a rise out of me like few others do because he actively hurts the people I love. You know how Spidey wines about not saving his girl every now and then? This guy wants to deal that to me a few times over.
  • Ax-Crazy: He was already bad enough when we got merged together, but being separated made him a hundred times worse.
  • Back from the Dead: Thought he atomized himself with a laser weapon since that's the only thing that can that can really kill me. Turns out, nope! In fact, he became parasite and attached to Bob of all people. He got off him thankfully but the little bastard still got away.
  • Enemy Without: Used to be the wacky voice in my head. But then he got out and turned out living my mind made him crazier. Nice, eh?
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: Just some D-Lister villain back in the day, then we got merged back accident then he split off from me and now wants to ruin my life for...reasons.
  • Healing Factor: Has the same healing mojo as me.
  • Not So Different: He REALLY wants to prove this to me since were both cuckoo and have healing factors.
  • Shadow Archetype: Basically take me, what little morals I do have, chuck that out the window, and be all looney tunes 24-7.

The Resurrected Presidents

Debut: Deadpool Vol. 3, #1

American presidents resurrected by a Necromancer. Came Back Wrong doesn't even BEGIN to describe it.

  • Authority Equals Asskicking: PRESIDENTS! Within their own ranks too, as Washington is one tough son of a gun.
  • Affably Evil: Reagan was a fairly nice fellow for someone wanting to unleash atomic holocaust on America.
  • Badass Boast: "There is nothing to fear—BUT ME!" says Franklin Roosevelt.
  • Bad Boss: Ol' George doesn't treat his men as equals.
  • Berserk Button: Do not mention John Wilkes Booth near Abe.
  • Came Back Wrong: Though some of them are implied to have been evil in life as well, they're all evil now.
  • Cool Sword: Washington had a straight-up pimpin' sword. Which was used by me.
  • Dying as Yourself: Washington reverted back to his former self when I beheaded him.
  • Evil Cripple: FDR still can't stand up and now he's evil.
  • Evil Sorcerer: Washington gains some nasty magic stuff near the end.
  • Fat Bastard: William Howard Taft, naturally. He's still got that big old gut.
  • Worthy Opponent: Washington started to admire me near the end. I'm almost proud.


AKA: Jack/Wade Winston Wilson?
Debut: Deadpool Vol. 1, #1

My archenemy. He's a crazy idiot who thinks he's the real Wade Wilson and that I stole his identity. Maybe he's right. Or maybe not. I don't really care.


AKA: Tony Masters
Debut: The Avengers Vol. 1, #195

A merc with the power to copy skills by looking at them. We've tried to kill each other a few times, partially because I'm one of the few people who can take him evenly in a fight. Also he's Sandi's ex-boyfriend. See his own page for more.


Debut: Deadpool Vol. 3, #7

Please allow me to introduce Vetis, he's a man of wealth and taste, he's been around for a long long year, stole many a man's soul and faith! In case the Stones allusion didn't hit: A crossroads demon I've messed with, and is now seeking to seal some unfinished deals.

  • Big Bad Wannabe: While he is by no means harmless, Mephisto himself notes that in the larger spectrum of things, he's just a low-level demon with delusions of grandeur.
  • Deal with the Devil: His M.O, being a demon from hell and all.
  • Evil Makes You Ugly: The man went from this to this, due to Mephisto's torture. Don't @#&*$ with Mephisto, people.
  • Greater Scope Villain: Guess where the Necromancer-that-brought-the-presidents-back got his powers from.
  • Man of Wealth and Taste: In the 70's. He seems to have fallen on some bad times since then.
  • Meaningful Name: Vetis is apparently the demon of corruption, if demonology is to be believed.
  • Out-Gambitted: By me in the 70's. And again in the present, after I killed Michael before him.