For years, it seemed like a Deadpool movie was never going to happen. Fans of Wade Wilson’s manically goofy ultraviolence would have to content themselves with the terrible version of the character from the first Wolverine movie. But then, like a chimichanga descending from heaven, Deadpool actually made it through…
Deadpool’s personality and power would conquer a naive JRPG world full of awakened evil gods, heroes with amnesia and knee high shoes in a matter of days.
Deadpool is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this fall. Developed by a bunch of people who once worked at High Moon Studios, Deadpool and all its DLC will make the jump to current-gen on November 17 for $49.99.
Deadpool hasn’t been available on Steam since December 2013, but seemingly out of nowhere, the action game has returned. Something tells me it’s because the merc with a mouth has a movie coming out in February 2016.
In other words, it’s everything fans wanted in a Deadpool movie, with a side of “big chrome cock-gobbler.”
Of course D Piddy was at Comic-Con.
Over the weekend, an almost two-minute clip of Deadpool laying waste to a bunch of dudes hit the internet. Some big clues point to it being made by the folks behind some of the best video game trailers.
Australian Reuben Rose, on his way to a charity event and carrying a tray of cupcakes, was surrounded by police at a train station in Blacktown, Sydney today after his fellow commuters became concerned at the stuff in his bag.
Anaheim. WonderCon 2014. Cosplayers. Deadpool. Just the ingredients needed for some lighthearted hilarity.
Cosplay Princess here certainly has the swagger to pull off Deadpool. Hopefully for her parent's sake she's not as...chatty.
You laughed at Deadpool, X-Men Destiny, Spider-Man: Edge of Time and Activision's other sloppy Marvel games. Bet you feel bad now that they've all been pulled from Steam, Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. Or not. Either way, they're gone.
Only Deadpool could walk up to Bane, Wolverine, Solid Snake and nearly every cosplayer at this year's (and last year's) San Diego Comic-Con, and fool around with them without any consequences. Physical, at least.
This is how Deadpool deals with the baddies in the beat 'em up game he stars in. The Deadpool game is basically one big comedy show, ripe for GIF-making.
The animated awesomeness never stops. Whether it's a new game, a funny video or a talented artists' work, there's always something that looks better as a GIF. Let's gather some popular ones that surfaced and made the rounds this week.