Deadpool landed a recurring role in the new X-Force magazine, Deadpool Fuck Corona Shirt then in 1994 came his first solo miniseries: The Circle Chase, the story of Fabian Nicieza and Joe Madureira in which we see for the first time his disfigured face, and especially Sins of the Past, written by Mark Waid and designed by Ian Churchill. In this story, the character teams up with Siryn, a member of X-Force whom he is in love with, to defeat mutant gangster Black Tom Cassidy. The authors show us for the first time in its entirety the disfigured face of Deadpool, literally but also metaphorically, because Waid can not not humanize Wade (almost pitiful scene in which he loses his mask and is ashamed to be seen by his beloved Siryn).
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One of the authors you have to thank if you like the current Deadpool is Joe Kelly. The future author of Ben 10 takes over in character in 1997 for the first monthly magazine of the character. Together with Ed McGuinness, he shapes the Mercenary into a much more humorous – but also malignant – figure that occasionally breaks the fourth wall, addressing readers. It’s Kelly and McGuinness who introduce Blind Al, the old blind woman Wade holds captive for unspecified reasons. The management maintains a delicate balance between empathy and disgust, the reader cheers for the character but is also intimidated by the malicious actions he performs. Above all, Kelly avoids falling into the trap of turning Deadpool into an irritating joker, as many later authors will do.
The most iconic story is From Great Powers comes great coincidences, a meta-story designed by Pete Woods in which Deadpool and Blind Al end up in The Huntsman’s Hands, Spider-Man adventure published in The Amazing Spider-Man #47. Through holograms, Wade manages to disguise himself and Al by Peter Parker and Aunt May respectively. The original story is bent so by Deadpool’s forays that he eventually manages to return to his own reality.
There are two modes that Marvel uses to manage Deadpool: in the comics in which he is protagonist is left untouched with all his vices and idiosyncrasies, in those in which he is part of a choral cast is deprived of his quirks (the breaking of the fourth wall , the meta-narrative) and remains an easy-to-bat antihero.
In this latest action area Uncanny X-Force is not only one of the most successful mutant warheads of recent years but is probably the best thing Deadpool has ever taken part in. These stories boast iron scripts by Rick Remender, spotless drawings and above all a sophisticated purple coloring by Dean White.
Uncanny X-Force follows the adventures of this X-Men team dedicated to dirty missions that would tarnish Cyclops’ reputation and associates. Deadpool is obviously part of the group, sporting a new white costume and a detached, cynical and sarcastic attitude. In the last round of the header, Final Execution, Deadpool has lost the regenerating factor, has a human face again and the team is involved in problems concerning Apocalypse. A pre-teen clone named Evan Sabahnur has been kidnapped by the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, led by Daken, Wolverine’s son. Deadpool, in addition to participating in the rescue of the young man, comforts him, gaining the affection and trust of Evan.
Over the past decade, Marvel Comics has been churning out crazy stories, absurd team-ups, delirious miniseries that add to the Deadpoolian production, but without reporting on particular qualities. Among them, she deserves a mention of Gwenpool, a spin-off of Spider-Gwen, a character of an alternative reality in which, instead of Peter Parker, the genetically modified spider bites girlfriend Gwen Stacy and gives her the arachnid powers that make her a superheroine.
The concept, also thanks to a particularly inspired costume design, works to the point that the publishers launch a series of variant covers in which Gwen takes the place of various superheroes, including Deadpool. Again, the shocking pink costume designed by Chris Bachalo takes hold of the audience and, without even a story dedicated to her, at the convention start popping up girls (and boys) dressed as Gwenpool. Marvel convinces her to dedicate a series of her own, The Unbelievable Gwenpool, entrusted to Christopher Hastings and the Japanese studio Gurihiru. In the first narrative arc, Believe Us, we discover that Gwen Pool, like Deadpool, Deadpool Fuck Corona Shirt is a passionate reader of Marvel comics that ends up in the balloon dimension, and the authors push the idea of meta-reality by making Gwen look like a Grand Theft player Self aware of the zero weight of your actions.