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    Thursday
    Jul122012

    EARTH PRIME TIME: DEADPOOL MOVIE BREAKS ALL OF THE WALLS

    Ever see a comic book movie and leave disappointed? You punch your friend in the arm, saying “I could have done that better…we could have done better ourselves!”. Have you fidgeted and sighed your way through both the Green Lantern and Amazing Spider-Man? The cure for those blunders is the Deadpool: A Typical Tuesday fan film. Deadpool himself, Trevor Garner, and director Keith Brooks tell us what it feels like to be doin’ it and doin’ it and doin’ it well.

    Thanks for taking time out of shoving tacos in your maw to tell us about Deadpool: A Typical Tuesday! Why ‘The Dead Pool‘ fan movie? Do you guys like Dirty Harry that much?

    Keith: Cause Clint Eastwood deserves the world. He could…I’m going to say it….are you prepared?…Clint Eastwood could kick Chuck Norris’ ass any day of the week. DONE!

    Trevor/Deadpool: Who the shit doesn’t? “Fuck with me, buddy, I’ll kick your ass so hard you’ll have to unbutton your collar to shit.” That is some goddamn action movie poetry right there! Shakespeare with a revolver, I’m tellin’ you.

    I bought the New Mutants #98 with the first appearance of Deadpool in it. He wasn’t much of a wise-ass back then. Wha’ Happen?
    Keith: I just think the character evolved.

    Different writers came on board and brought different notions to the conceit, finding ways to differentiate him from other properties.

    I mean, even in the beginning, he was admittedly a rip off of Slade Wilson, so the taking of what once was a one off/plot device/sort of parody character and adding some wise cracks and insanity are probably what saved him from comic book neglect. Plus it was to probably appease those damn whipper snappers. 

    Deadpool: Different writers, crazy parties, probably drugs.

    Rob Liefeld's Deadpool

    Rob Liefeld’s Deadpool

    [READ MORE at DIGBOSTON.com]

     

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