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I will win this! We gave up everything to destroy you animals! You don't have what it takes to win against this!! We gave up everything to put you down!
Wadey Wilson, or better known as Deadpool, was a sinister supervillain in the Marvel Comics. Being part of the Earth 1610, he was a counterpart of the mainstream Deadpool, and would hunt and kill mutants on live television for the "crime" of being so.
Wadey Wilson joined the United States Marine Corps, reaching the rank of sergeant, and fought in the Wakanda Wars. In the early nineties, Wilson survived a near-death experience, and later took the mantle of Deadpool. It's unknown why his true face is never shown, or why a part of his skull is missing, but it's probably due to his mutation. Deadpool had to wear a plastic helmet to make his skull and organs look like a face, and used his shapeshifting powers in case his mask was ripped off.
Deadpool was an anti-mutant supremacist, believing them to be "animals", and they should be killed on live-television. Despite being a mutant himself, he would have this belief and was hired by the Genoshan government to hunt down mutants by leading the Reavers.
Ultimate Deadpool first appears in the pages of Ultimate Spider-Man where he and his mechanically modified Reavers kidnap the X-Men. The Reavers also kidnapped Spider-Man due to his visiting the X-Mansion at the time. Deadpool stops his men from taking off Spider-Man's mask, possibly doing so out of respect (since he himself wore a mask). Taking them to the island of Genosha, Deadpool and his Reavers proceeded to hunt them on live television for sport, to the joy of anti-mutant viewers everywhere and the dismay of the X-Men (Spider-Man was the most worried because he had an aunt he needed to get back to at home).
Forced to flee from attacking Reavers, the X-Men ultimately manage to unmask Deadpool, who used his shapeshifting powers to trick them into thinking that he was their mentor, Professor X, in disguise. Spider-Man was able to immediately see it was a ruse, using his spider-senses to see through the holographic face. The young hero unmasked Deadpool, to the shock of the X-Men, and caused the mercenary to go into a fit of rage. Though Deadpool proves to be a formidable and tenacious fighter, he is ultimately defeated by Kitty Pryde when she phases through him and sabotages his circuits, causing him to explode. Though believed killed, Deadpool is shown at the end of the story to have in fact survived, glaring at the X-Men and Spider-Man as they fly away while holding his damaged mask.
He was eventually stabbed to death by Earth 616 Deadpool during the events of Deadpool Kills Deadpool. He was part of the Evil Dead Corps, a group created to kill the Deadpool corps, and he was stabbed in the chest with the mainstream Deadpool's sword.
Unlike his mainstream counterpart from the comics, this Deadpool is an anti-mutant supremacist who deems mutants "animals" and kills them in live TV simply for being so. It's likely that the reason for his hatred is probably because he went through a traumatic event in which he placed the blame on mutants, and not just because he was part of the Genoshan government. During the TV show, Deadpool states that the X-Men are not human and that is why they should die because humans are the ones who rule the Earth. He even tries to kill the X-Men despite their heroic status (or in the wrong case of the TV show, terrorist actions), as well as Spider-Man for siding with them despite not being a mutant himself. He appears to be very protective of his appearance, flying into a fit of rage after his mask is removed and shooting his guns everywhere. Despite that, he has a sense of honor, as he prevents the Reavers from unmasking Spider-Man, one of his very few redeeming qualities.
In the video game Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, he appears to have mellowed out despite obviously being bitter over his defeat and even gained "a sick sense of humor" as well as his own TV show and a legion of fans, or as he likes to call them, his army, production assistants, or unpaid interns. However, as his bio states, he has lost a sizeable amount of his sanity (allowing him to break the fourth wall like his Earth 616 counterpart), and seeking revenge on Spider-Man, wanted to "chance-slaughter" the Web-Head during one of the show's episodes, and then "watch his death again in reruns", something his counterpart from Earth 616 would never do as he considers Spider-Man his friend. Deadpool, despite still disliking mutants, also does not bring up his hatred of them anymore and instead, talks about several of Spider-Man's relationships (namely his relationship with Kitty Pryde and Mary Jane Watson) and humiliating moments (such as the time he and Wolverine switched brains) during his level. After gaining the fragment, he splits himself into three people and is happy about it, since he finally gets to have an audience to laugh at his jokes.