Yup, Marvel is killing off Deadpool… a character with Dead in his name.
But we all know comic book characters don’t die forever, especially not popular ones. So I’m suggesting he comes back with the same name, just with a space in between. Totally different meaning. Can be totally different character.
And his biggest pet peeve will be “don’t call be Pool, fool!”
Mr. T. style, of course. 🙂
Funeral is scheduled for April in Deadpool 250.
Marvel recently changed the gender of their Thor character to female, creating what I call Thorette. Thor will still be there wield his battle axe instead of hammer so female Thor needs a different name as far as I’m concerned.
Then they changed the race of their Captain America character with a new black person taking up the shield, creating what I call Captain Afro-America. If you’re gonna be courting a new racial audience, you should be politically correct about it as far as I’m concerned.
There’s rumours Iron Man might be next. To that end, may I propose Bi-ron Man, who shoots both ways and will appeal to yet another audience discriminated against, the LGBTQUIC2SAPHO community.
I just got back from a fantastic vacation in Nawlins (New Orleans) where I spent 2 weeks with my Parents in their life to see what their life was like there, not zipping around, doing crazy things and such Nawlins is infamous for. Of course, I did a little fabric shopping while there. Being a bit out in the suburbs, I wasn’t close to a lot of fabric stores except Hancock Fabrics and the fabric sections in several Wal-mart stores. Yet, this was great because they had what I was looking for, which was a lot of licenced “geek” themed fabrics at affordable prices not found in Canada… or at least in Halifax where I live. As a result of all that, my fabric shopping haul this time probably won’t interest too many of my lady friends in the Atlantic Sewing Guild. Click to enlarge the thumbnails below to see in more detail. Please note I took pics of some out below a meshed patio cover so that there are shadows in the pictures. Those dark lines are not part of the print!
This bath robe was made from 3 beach towels. Oddly, I could only find the beach towel on the back online to be able to share with you. I got it at Zellers in Canada, but they don’t have it online. The other two beach towels I got at Wal-mart in Canada. However, you can find all kinds of other, some better, Spiderman beach towels from which to make a similar garment:
Today’s Facebook poster tagging meme involve comic book superheroes (and superheroines). These are limited to DC Universe and Marvel comic characters, and there are no villains to stay away from the negativity of it all, even if it is fun to jab your friends every now and then. I’m just not that type.
- Click on the superhero poster below to get it at full size.
- Right click on that picture and save to your computer.
- Upload it to your Facebook profile.
- Tag your friends (or let them tag themselves).
Please click here for a complete list of over 100 Facebook picture tagging memes on this site with which you can use for fun with your friends.
For use as English as a Second/Foreign Language exercise.
Other X-men posts on this site:
I found several X-men Facebook tagging posters on Facebook, recently claimed by Lori. As with what I found, I touched them up to optimize them for Facebook as so many are so poorly created, whether in dimensions, excess file sizes, contrast, sometimes text added, and so on. There are 9 X-men characters each, though they come in sets of the male and female characters rather than a mix, but may be good for some people. However, I must say, the art work chosen to create these is fabulous! Super job!