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- See here for the film Deadpool
- See here for the film Deadpool 2
- See here for the video game Deadpool (2013)
- See here for Cable & Deadpool
Deadpool comic books
- 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.
- Similarly Named Works: The final Dirty Harry film was called Deadpool, though it was made years before Wade Wilson debuted in comics.
- What Could Have Been:
- Jim Calafiore wrote and drew a one-shot Deadpool story called Deadpool Almost Destroys the Marvel Universe, which would have seen Deadpool starting an intergalactic incident after accidentally killing an alien ambassador by sneezing on him. This would have led to a massive battle with all of the heroes of Earth joining together to fight the vengeful aliens, and nearly perishing as a result.
- Blind Al was originally going to be the first Black Widow, but Joe Kelly left the Deadpool book before this could be revealed.
- The Wiki Rule: The Deadpool Wiki on FANDOM (formerly Wikia).