When Marvel’s Deadpool steals Thanos’ infinity gauntlet, he uses it to do something readers least expect. Rather than wiping out half of the Marvel Universe the way the mad titan Thanos would, Deadpool uses it to spawn the MU at a comedy club where the Merc With A Mouth plans to roast countless superheroes and villains. Official My Patronus is Deadpool Shirt, Sweater, Hoodie, Tank Top.
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Deadpool’s shenanigans are endless and always seem to pack a laugh-out-loud punch. In comic book creators Brian Posehn and Gerry Duggan’s Deadpool Vol. 4, the laughs just keep on coming as the ghost of Benjamin Franklin saves Marvel’s thing while being completely nude and Deadpool decides to give up killing for non-violence. But Posehn, Duggan, Scott Koblish, and Val Staples show Deadpool in a different light as he steals the infinity gauntlet from the super-strong Thanos and uses it to spawn the Official My Patronus is Deadpool Shirt, Sweater, Hoodie, Tank Top.
In Posehn, Duggan, Koblish, and Staples’ comic, Deadpool steals the cosmic cube-better known as the Tesseract for the mad titan Thanos and delivers it to him in his “Thanos” helicopter. After handing the Tesseract over to Thanos, Deadpool tricks him into thinking it’s the real Tesseract and that the infinity gauntlet he has on his hand is more than just a plastic toy. When Thanos realizes Deadpool has the real infinity gauntlet, he’s too late. Deadpool jumps out of the Official My Patronus is Deadpool Shirt, Sweater, Hoodie, Tank Top and uses the infinity gauntlet to kill Thanos. After killing Thanos, he uses it to spawn the Marvel Universe at a comedy club where he will roast as many superheroes and villains as possible.
Before it’s Deadpool’s turn, a few superheroes and villains get a chance to roast him including Howard The Official My Patronus is Deadpool Shirt, Sweater, Hoodie, Tank Top, Wolverine, Storm, Thor, Nightcrawler, Daredevil, as well as countless others. The odd part about the comedy roast is that when the people roasting Deadpool take the microphone, their comedy is horrendous. At one point, the Hulk takes the stage and begins by boasting about his super-strength, then when no one laughs at his fart jokes he smashes the stage. Most of the superheroes and villains don’t even know what to say. When Daredevil takes the stage, he says, “Deadpool, I hear bad things,” and that’s it. But everything changes when Deadpool takes the mic.
While the X-Men franchise as a whole hasn’t been perfectly straightforward in terms of its timelines, the existence of the Deadpool movies throws several more wrenches into it. The MCU certainly isn’t short of plot devices that can bring the universes and timelines together.
Even after only two appearances (X-Men Origins: Wolverine does NOT count), Ryan Reynolds is as inseparable from the role of Wade Wilson as Robert Downey Jr. from Iron Man or Hugh Jackman from Wolverine. From the first time we saw him in that “accidentally” leaked test footage, Marvel fans knew Reynolds was a perfect Deadpool.