|“||Whatever you say, ponytail, who am I to say no to a little murder? Strike a pose.||„|
|~ Deadpool to Arkady Rossovich.|
Wade Wilson, also known as Deadpool is a major antagonist in the 2009 animated movie Hulk Vs. Wolverine.
He was voiced by Nolan North, who also voiced Dr. Edward Richtofen in Call of Duty zombies, Martin Walker in Spec Ops: The Line, The Penguin in the Arkahm series, David in The Last of Us, Black Hand of Sauron in Shadow of Mordor, Zog the Eternal in Shadow of War, Modi in God of War (2018), and many others.
He was a member of Weapon X, formed by Professor Andre Thornton aka "The Professor" and also composed by Sabretooth, Lady Deathstrike and Omega Red.
At first, with his companions he tries to capture Hulk and Wolverine, after a fight against the clawed mutant, Bruce Banner gets mad, becoming the Hulk. At some point in the fight, Hulk chases Wolverine, as they still had a score to settle. When Wolverine runs away, and also Deadpool joins to flee with him having realized that the Hulk is more of a threat.
To stop the green monster, Deadpool throws him a grenade but this angers Hulk and Wolverine said that Hulk was Deadpool's to handle. Wolverine grabbed Deadpool and threw him at the giant. Deadpool tried to appeal to his "friend" to no effect.
Due to his healing factor, he survived to the explosion caused by Hulk only to be crushed by him at the end. His whereabouts afterwards are currently unknown.
Unlike most versions, this Deadpool not only works for Weapon X, but is devoid of some of his redeeming traits. Not only is he more sadistic than normal, but he even jokes about killing babies. Despite this, he does show off his more comedic side meaning he is mostly played for laughs.
- Deadpool was scheduled to return in the second season of Wolverine and the X-Men before it was cancelled.
- This version of the character constantly jokes around, much to the annoyance of others (especially Omega Red, Wolverine and even the Hulk) and shows characteristics similar to that of the comics.
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Other Animated Movies
X-Men Origins: Wolverine