Special mention must be made of Deadpool 1.11, in which I went back in time and ended up in Amazing Spider-Man #47. Me and Blind Al took the places of Peter and May Parker. And, being kind to the little people, it doubled as a CMoA for artist Pete Woods, who pulled a Forrest Gump on ASM 47 and does a fantastic job of emulating John Romita.
Harry Osborn: What's the scam, hip cat? I thought I'd find you singin' with the squares!
Harry Osborn: Hangin' with the hard cases—
Me: Excuse me?
Harry Osborn: Rappin' with the rubes—
Me: Are you having a stroke? Speak English!
Another notable moment is in an issue of Spider-Man in which I was hired to waylay the chump. I had paid extra for these sweet Blackest Night tie-in boots, and let that little nugget drop. None other than Geoff Johns endorsed my plug. The Merc With The Mouth is money!
One that's kinda a hybrid of Funny and Awesome — like I'm capable of anything else, right? — comes in one of the Preludes to Deadpool Corps. On a jungle island and faced with a bunch of murderous pirates, I got shot by a ton of bullets. Now that hurt like a bitch, but I ain't a bitch, so I got up. I got shot by even more bullets, got up again... and let them know that "Now I get to shoot you." One headshot, one chest shot, and one sword through the chest of another guy. And that's how you do that.
There was a team-up with Captain Britain where the two of us ended up switching cultures, so that Captain Britain ended up Canadian/American, and I ended up -sigh- British. However, thanks to my healin' factor I eventually became SUPA-BRITISH!!! All of the strengths of being British (honor, chivalry, a knightly attitude), with none of the weaknesses (like bad grammar, self-deprecating humor, poor dentistry), except for the one where I couldn't finish off a downed and defenseless opponent.
Yeah, Silver Sable was an expert in hand-to-hand combat, left-arm-sword-to-ninja-guy's-head combat, and REDACTED to-trachea combat.
Marvel vs. Capcom 3 intro: I appear to be thumbing through a book which could possibly be the script for the game. When I'm the team leader, I say: "Who was I supposed to kill again? Eh, doesn't matter!" If I lose, I say to you: "You pressed the wrong button!"
When I trigger the good ol' X-Factor in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: "Anime power up!!"
In this demo of Marvel vs. Capcom 3's Simple Mode note read that as: easy mode for "newcomers to the fighting game genre"; hey, those were Seth Killian's words, not mine. Also, I'm just there to show off my new alternate costume, that's all., I drop a "Yo Momma!" during my slide attack and when I defeat Viewtiful Joe in that same vid, I drop this: "I hear bullets taste just like chicken!"
Aside from the fact that my backwards walk is the Moonwalk, my winquotes are also a bit of a riot. I even quote Yipes here, albeit a slightly edited version of Yipes' original words (stupid ESRB rules). I also ask Capcom to give me the cover of the next Street Fighter! In other news, I totally do not like "Chun Li-Pool". Those hips DO NOT go with my mask. AT ALL.
During my "Let's make Weasel miserable again" arc, Weasel lures me outside to fight by having the managers announce that the participants of a Bea Arthur lookalike contest are just arriving outside. I get outside and all I see is a gigantic suit of power armor. My reaction? "This guy doesn't look ANYTHING like Bea Arthur!"
In one Deadpool Team Up, I was paired with Machine Man, aka Aaron (@*&! Stack. The issue started with me working on a gun that shoots rabid hamsters into people's faces. And things only get nuttier from there. The issue included the following, in no particular order: Machine Man bursting into my not so secret anymore headquarters to make me pay the money I owe an insurance company for all the money I've cost them, me shooting Machine Man in the face with the previously mentioned Rabid Hamster Gun, him convincing me to work with him to take on a villain that was about to cost the insurance company in one day more than I have in all of my illustrious career (thus far, but then, I haven't actually been trying to make them lose money... yet), me and Machine Man causing more than a little property damage taking on a Puppet Master wannabe, me considering working with the puppet master (I could have had Osborne and Cable have a slap fight to the death for my entertainment, or have the cast of The Facts Of Life hold a lingerie pillow fight... TO THE DEATH!!!), both of us picking on the wannabe for looking like a girl, me getting mind controlled and nearly eating a grenade,(not really, I was just kidding around. Besides, have you ever eaten a grenade? I have. It's actually kinda neat. After like a second, it quits hurting until I regenerate most of my nervous system), then Machine Man ruining my fun by stopping the puppet master by remodeling one of the Puppet Master's puppets to work on him, causing one hostage unbearable agony in the process, me throwing the puppet out the window, and finally, me using the puppet master's magic puppets to hold a rabid hamster dance party. Ah, good times, good times.
In one Deadpool Team-up, I got to work with one of my favorite heroes (asides from myself, of course, but hey, I get to work with me whether I want to or not, so that doesn't count), Thor! I got to be pummeled by The Mighty Thor! *Fanboy Squee!*
Narrating my own life out loud in the first issue of my first ongoing, and using that as a distraction to take out the southern banana republic goons that were after me. Also, my wisecracks about the battle armor I bump into. Also, the wisecracks I throw at Sasquatch during my fight with him. Also, my funeral plans as I shared them with Sasquatch. Aw, hell, the entire first issue of my first ongoing. Except the part where I get stiffed on my payment.
My fight with Taskmaster in the second issue of my first ongoing! I kick his butt using my phat dance moves!
"Notice the lateral movement as he easily evades this blow—" "Notice how I rearrange your face so that solid food is no longer an option—"
As discussed in my Awesome section, this◊ encounter I had with Bullseye. Do you have to ask why it's here, too? Seriously? Have you SEEN his facial expression after what I did?!
In a team-up with Wolverine, I got to wear one of Jeannie's fabulous outfits to distract an evil robot. (Unlike when I tried on one of her other costumes when preparing for a fight against Cable, I was wearing my uniform under it this time.)
One of Blind Al's best moments, in the issue where she's sabotaged all of Deadpool's weapons and is telling Weasel about it.
Added: Proving to the B.A.D. Girls that I didn't have that one Ho Yay moment with Cable by dropping my pants in front of the girls, completely forgetting I was wearing his Silver Age Jean Grey girl panties at that time.
Also, Deadpool arguing with myself within my own bio.
And the time I challenged Captain America (or that Eldritch Abomination who was squatting in his body) to a match of Rochambeau for the fate of the world.
Fighting Bullseye in a meat freezer, I needed to think of a way to keep Bullseye from killing him with arrows, when one of my voices tells me to "Be the meat". Outta the freezer I come, in a makeshift armor made of frozen pork announcing, "I am the meat!"
And then we get flashback showing that even as a child I wanted to dress up in a meat suit and fight somebody.
"He's beating our meat!" when Bullseye attacks the armor with a power saw.
"Say it! SAY IT!" "GET YOUR MEATHOOKS OFFA ME!"
"YEEEEEEAH!!! No." (stab Bullseye with the meathook)
Issue 13 under Daniel Way has me agreeing to rid a resort island of pirates (which he himself was trying to be) if the gal I was talking to would become his navigator.. the blind gal. What? she had already shown that she knew how to navigate the island better than anyone!
I once bought a tug boat for the price of a nuclear sub and then sank it.
When an AIM minion comments that he prefers the Star Wars prequels to the original trilogy, I blew his head off, pointed my gun at Bob— I mean, Bill, and commanded him to shout, "JAR-JAR BINKS IS AN ABOMINATION!" .
Issue 15. I talk to the shark I had just eaten most of (Not a hobby or anything, I was adrift at sea), had a crazy hallucination about being on a cruise with a bunch of heroes, asks my inner voice to confirm whether or not San Fransisco was being attacked by breakfast cereal mascots to see if I was still hallucinating (I was, no surprise there), roller bladed around in a stereotypical outfit and when I attempted to fit in, I walked into a Navy bar still dressed like that (complete with Hello, Sailor! and Is It Hot In Here in an attempt to save face), and then ended up in a hostage situation in said bar. Then I joined the X-Men.
Similar to the One Piece navigator shout out above, in my team-up with Iron Fist, I make an even more blatant anime/manga reference (gotta hit you people over the head, don't I?). As the villain and his ninja mooks surrounded me:
Me: I will make you and everyone in this village recognize me for one day... I will be hokage!
bystander: Does anything he says ever make any sense?
In a more family-friendly retelling of the Weapon X story, I narrate and present my team in a photo laid out like The Brady Bunch. Alice is still in the middle.
And that time when I insisted on calling every vampire "Dracula." Other characters get caught up in my.. enthusiasm, yeah, and adopt the terminology. Even some of the vampires!
Let's just face it, kids, when I'm not funny, the situation's gotten really serious!
Though, if you feel like it, you can make me cut him off before he gets to the (literally) boobless part. I'll still sign off the same way. He may be cool (hey, if you were competent enough to voice me, you'd be too), but he can be a douche sometimes. Kinda like Cable, y'know?
Not gonna lie to you, folks, I do not like weight conversions or math. Or restraint.
Me: How much C4 is this gonna take? White Box: No more than 20 ounces. Yellow Box: What?! I hate the metric system! How much in American? White Box: Well, let's see... uhh... Carry the seven... Me: Dude, fuck math! Just use all of it!