‘Deadpool' Looks Like It Might Be A Fun Game To Play On Mute
Below is the new trailer for the upcoming Deadpool video game. You already know how we feel about the character. Even Kotaku recently posted an article that echoes our thoughts. But still, he has his fans and the game does look kind of fun, except for all the parts where Deadpool, ya’ know, talks.

Deadpool' Looks Like It Might Be A Fun Game To Play On Mute

Below is the new trailer for the upcoming Deadpool video game. You already know how we feel about the character. Even Kotaku recently posted an article that echoes our thoughts. But still, he has his fans and the game does look kind of fun, except for all the parts where Deadpool, ya’ know, talks.

Deadpool’s Face Made Out Of Shotgun Shells
Mike Oncley used 200 shotgun shells and 250 brass casings to create this mixed-media portrait of Deadpool titled “You Missed.”
Here’s a video showing how it was made:

Yeah, this is pretty cool, but Deadpool’s still our least favorite Marvel character.

Deadpool’s Face Made Out Of Shotgun Shells

Mike Oncley used 200 shotgun shells and 250 brass casings to create this mixed-media portrait of Deadpool titled “You Missed.”

Here’s a video showing how it was made:

Yeah, this is pretty cool, but Deadpool’s still our least favorite Marvel character.

(Source: toplessrobot.com)

Talkin’ Shit: I Hate Deadpool
Have you noticed how much Deadpool is getting more and more…everywhere? In the 90’s, I actually enjoyed Deadpool. Some of his earlier works are pretty cool, and when he wasn’t so obnoxiously outspoken, I definitely enjoyed the character. But now, Marvel knows how many weeaboo/annoying-as-fuck convention attendees that love the character, so they’re going to milk Deadpool’s teets as much as they possibly can.
I’m going to say this, and I don’t give a shit how many people get angry at me for saying so: Deadpool is the Big Bang Theory of comic books. He’s a cool concept, but his writing is usually riddled with memes and his stories take any chance given to poke fun at pop culture, to the point where it’s no longer funny and it just becomes just flat out annoying.
When I picture the average Deadpool fan, I honestly imagine avid comic fanatics lying on their beds, legs crossed and lips bitten in anticipation for some Breaking Bad or Facebook reference for them to shit their pants over in laughter. Because it’s sooooo cool that a comic book character would reference shit that they like! Well dude, Deadpool is a fictional character, and sadly, he’s not your fucking best friend to share a giggle with. He’s nothing more than an annoying link between the Internet and comic books. He’s the poor Family Guy quality of pop culture references – a scapegoat for transcribing annoying blogger and 4Chan posts.
And don’t get me wrong, I “get” the character. “Merc with a mouth,” Deadpool is a mercenary who loves violence and destruction and breaking the fourth wall. He’s got swords, guns, and everything else middle-schoolers wish they had in their backpacks; he’s an adult Spider-Man – a hero who can curse and kill without any remorse, even sometimes for the sole purpose to kill and nothing more.
He’s a modern day Bugs Bunny that isn’t very much clever. Attending any convention involving anime or comic books and I can guarantee you that the most annoying folks in attendance will be those dressed up as Deadpool, probably dancing to “Gangnam Style” or dry-humping everything in sight — maybe even singing “Call Me Maybe” or flipping off cars while screaming in a high pitched voice at traffic.
To simply put it, I’m going to quote Robby on this one: “If I wanted to fill my brains with the sort of junk in a Deadpool comic, I’d put a bunch of awkward 12-year-old boys in a room, give them a bunch sugar, and watch them look at the internet.”
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Talkin’ Shit: I Hate Deadpool

Have you noticed how much Deadpool is getting more and more…everywhere? In the 90’s, I actually enjoyed Deadpool. Some of his earlier works are pretty cool, and when he wasn’t so obnoxiously outspoken, I definitely enjoyed the character. But now, Marvel knows how many weeaboo/annoying-as-fuck convention attendees that love the character, so they’re going to milk Deadpool’s teets as much as they possibly can.

I’m going to say this, and I don’t give a shit how many people get angry at me for saying so: Deadpool is the Big Bang Theory of comic books. He’s a cool concept, but his writing is usually riddled with memes and his stories take any chance given to poke fun at pop culture, to the point where it’s no longer funny and it just becomes just flat out annoying.

When I picture the average Deadpool fan, I honestly imagine avid comic fanatics lying on their beds, legs crossed and lips bitten in anticipation for some Breaking Bad or Facebook reference for them to shit their pants over in laughter. Because it’s sooooo cool that a comic book character would reference shit that they like! Well dude, Deadpool is a fictional character, and sadly, he’s not your fucking best friend to share a giggle with. He’s nothing more than an annoying link between the Internet and comic books. He’s the poor Family Guy quality of pop culture references – a scapegoat for transcribing annoying blogger and 4Chan posts.

And don’t get me wrong, I “get” the character. “Merc with a mouth,” Deadpool is a mercenary who loves violence and destruction and breaking the fourth wall. He’s got swords, guns, and everything else middle-schoolers wish they had in their backpacks; he’s an adult Spider-Man – a hero who can curse and kill without any remorse, even sometimes for the sole purpose to kill and nothing more.

He’s a modern day Bugs Bunny that isn’t very much clever. Attending any convention involving anime or comic books and I can guarantee you that the most annoying folks in attendance will be those dressed up as Deadpool, probably dancing to “Gangnam Style” or dry-humping everything in sight — maybe even singing “Call Me Maybe” or flipping off cars while screaming in a high pitched voice at traffic.

To simply put it, I’m going to quote Robby on this one: “If I wanted to fill my brains with the sort of junk in a Deadpool comic, I’d put a bunch of awkward 12-year-old boys in a room, give them a bunch sugar, and watch them look at the internet.”

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Marvel Now! Costumes
Kris Anka showcases the various outfits being worn by Cyclops, Scarlet Witch, Invisible Woman, Spider-Man, She-Hulk, Iron Man, Deadpool, Red She-Hulk, Thor, Rogue, Cable, Captain America, Sif, Hulk, Hawkeye, Broo, Noh Varr, Stealth Iron Man, Elektra, and Nova in the latest Marvel issues.

Marvel Now! Costumes

Kris Anka showcases the various outfits being worn by Cyclops, Scarlet Witch, Invisible Woman, Spider-Man, She-Hulk, Iron Man, Deadpool, Red She-Hulk, Thor, Rogue, Cable, Captain America, Sif, Hulk, Hawkeye, Broo, Noh Varr, Stealth Iron Man, Elektra, and Nova in the latest Marvel issues.

The Family That Does NYCC Together…

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The Family That Does NYCC Together…

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The Most Annoying Character In The Marvel Universe Is Getting His Own Video Game

God, I HATE Deadpool. SO. MUCH. I was all about him in the 90’s when I was in elementary school, but then I grew up. And so did my sense of humor. Deadpool is the obnoxious 14 year-old of super hero comics, but he seems to have his fans…

All my loathing aside, this game looks pretty badass. Maybe I’ll play it on mute.

(via That Girl’s Site)

Daily Graffiti: Snazzy Deadpool ‘fiti by Merlyn.
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Limited Edition Marvel x Reebok Sneakers.

Inspired by iconic Marvel superheroes like Captain America, Spider-Man, Deadpool, and Wolverine, Reebok will be releasing these marvelous kicks sure to please sneaker heads and comic book geeks alike. Check out SNKROLOGY for more pics including the incredible insoles.

(via /Film)

Munny Monday Strikes Back!!!

Oldschool readers might remember our popular Munny Monday feature where we’d feature a new custom Kidrobot Munny figure each week and interview the artist who created it. It was awesome, but a bit time consuming and it was always tough relying on artists to get back to us with their interview answers.

With the ever-growing demand for us to feature more designer toy stuff on the site, Munny Monday has been reborn into a more bite-sized, easily digestible format that should be pleasing to your eyeballs and brain nodes. Each week we’ll be focusing on a different theme - this week’s theme: geeky stuff in general. Movies, games, comics, whatevs. Enjoy and let us know what you think in the comments!

  1. Avengers Munnys by spilledpaint88
  2. Deadpool Munny by deadpigs
  3. Mega Man Munny by Teagle
  4. Diablo III Monk by nedashi
  5. Pikachu speakers by boot-cheese-3000
  6. Genie by Joshua D Mason
  7. Jaffar by Joshua D Mason
Email your custom Munny pics to tips@albotas.com!

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Mutant Massacre
Clay Mann (a.k.a. titanfalls) takes a crack at the Uncanny X-Force team of Wolverine, Archangel, Psylocke, Fantomex, and Deadpool after doing some superb work on the “Age of X” storyline from a couple months back.

Mutant Massacre

Clay Mann (a.k.a. titanfalls) takes a crack at the Uncanny X-Force team of Wolverine, Archangel, Psylocke, Fantomex, and Deadpool after doing some superb work on the “Age of X” storyline from a couple months back.

Mad Love
What’s the deal with sexy blondes and psychopaths? Joker had Harley Quinn, Vicious had Julia, and in the upcoming issue of Deadpool #43, Wade Wilson will have a new potential love interest. Just check out this cover by Dave Johnson.

Mad Love

What’s the deal with sexy blondes and psychopaths? Joker had Harley Quinn, Vicious had Julia, and in the upcoming issue of Deadpool #43, Wade Wilson will have a new potential love interest. Just check out this cover by Dave Johnson.

Deadpool: First Class

The latest episode of Marvel Super Heroes: What The—?! has Deadpool reuniting Professor X and Magneto in hopes of rekindling their friendship. The upcoming release of X-Men: First Class inspires him to take a look back at their misadventures during the 1960s.

(Source: youtube.com)

Daily Graffiti: “Marvel Alliance Wall” by WASM [Via KACAO77UNIVERSES]
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Daily Graffiti: “Marvel Alliance Wall” by WASM [Via KACAO77UNIVERSES]

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Daily Graffiti: Lady Deadpool and Baby Deadpool by Yoske (photo by Ghost_of_gfunk).
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Daily Graffiti: Lady Deadpool and Baby Deadpool by Yoske (photo by Ghost_of_gfunk).

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