Trivia tropes for the Deadpool comic books and franchise:
- Adored by the Network: Deadpool's appearances exploded starting in 2008, with multiple simultaneous comic books of his own and concurrent appearances of varying significance in other comics. Post-Deadpool film, he had even more, such as eleven appearances in October 2016 across three ongoing series starring him note , three Deadpool limited series note , and two guest appearances note . As Deadpool later tells Gwenpool in her issue #13:Deadpool: Do you know who's heard of me?! Everyone. I have had hundreds of issues. I don't know how many series. I guest-appear everywhere. Comics. Video games. TV shows. And so much merchandise. And never forget... the highest grossing R-rated film of all time.
- Fan Nickname:
- "Barakapool" or "Dudepeel", the In Name Only version of the character in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
- "Headpool", the zombie talking head version from the Marvel Zombies universe, which became an Ascended Meme when Marvel used the name in solicits for the "Merc with a Mouth" comic.
- "Dreadpool", referring to the Kill 'Em All version from Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe, is also an Ascended Meme.
- "Ninja Spider-Man", for the resemblance between the characters plus katanas.
- "Poolverine", for Deadpool during his stint filling in for Wolverine in the book Wolverines.
- Name's the Same: The final Dirty Harry film was called Deadpool, though it was made years before Wade Wilson debuted in comics.
- The Wiki Rule: The Deadpool Wiki on FANDOM (formerly Wikia).
Trivia tropes for the video game
- The Cast Showoff: Nolan North takes the opportunity to show off his singing ability as Deadpool himself.
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: The game's licensing agreement expired six months after its release, making new copies only legally available for a brief window. To coincide with the first Deadpool film, the game got an Updated Re-release beginning in November 2015 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One... then it was pulled again from digital storefronts in late 2017.
- Role Reprise:
- Screwed by the Lawyers: The game came out in June 2013. Activision lost the Marvel license at the start of 2014. Even after a rerelease the following year, it ended up getting pulled again once the license expired in late 2017, meaning used copies of the console versions are your only sure bet at this point.
- Troubled Production: Activision forced High Moon (the developers) to work after hours and played a significant role in the poor response to the final game.
Trivia tropes for the physical pinball game
- Content Leak: An early prototype of the playfield◊ was leaked in late 2017 on Facebook.
- What Could Have Been: The game was originally slated to have been designed by John Trudeau; however, following his 2017 arrest for possession of child pornography, Stern cut all ties with him and threw out his work, replacing him with George Gomez. While Stern never officially announced his involvement in the project, Zombie Yeti — the game's artist — revealed this information on this episode of the Head2Head Pinball Podcast.