Wade Winston Wilson, better known as Deadpool (adapted as Slaughter in some Spanish translations), 1 is a fictional mercenary and anti-hero character, who appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by artist Rob Liefeld and Fabian Nicieza writer, Deadpool first appeared in New Mutants (vol. 1) # 98 (1991).
As a mentally unstable and disfigured mercenary, Deadpool originally appeared as a villain in the comic New Mutants, and later editions of X-Force. Since then, the character has starred in several ongoing series, and shares titles with other characters, such as Cable (comics). Known as the "Mercenary Bocazas" ( "Merc with a Mouth" in English, "Mercenary Bocón" in Latin America), it is famous for its communicative nature and its tendency to break the fourth wall, a resource used by writers for effect humorous. His greatest enemy is Taskmaster.
In February 2016 a film adaptation hand Fox.2 premiered Tim Miller was in charge of directing, while Ryan Reynolds gave life to the character.
Deadpool normally acts in a suit of red and black colors and carries his face covered to hide their ugly scars. It is often listed as a mercenary, a villain, hero or an antihero. It is characterized in their conversations are constant references to popular culture, and the use of sarcasm and black humor. In addition, it uses all kinds of high technology for the execution of their missions.
As is the case with Wolverine, personality and skills Deadpool are largely a result of being subjected to paramilitary Canadian government program known as Weapon X, although their nationality of origin is unknown. After Weapon X cured his terminal cancer by implementing the "healing factor" extracted from Wolverine, Deadpool was disfigured and mentally unstable.
Deadpool was originally an opponent of New Mutants and X-Force after developing romantic feelings for Siryn, a member of X-Force. Deadpool starred in two limited series: Sins of the Past and The Circle Chase. He went on to have a regular series in 1997, which was known for its slapstick style and his willingness to break the fourth wall. Series Deadpool was canceled, but the character appeared in 2002 in the collection entitled Agent X, which was canceled in 2003. Deadpool appeared with Cable, former leader of the group, X-Force, in the Cable & Deadpool series ended in the number 50.
Deadpool shares many similarities with the villain Deathstroke, which appears in the DC comics publishing, particularly in the suit, profession and real name (being Deathstroke Slade Wilson Wade Wilson and Deadpool's). However, since it was introduced Deadpool, Deadpool and Deathstroke have followed completely different paths.