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Deadpool’s 5 Most Outrageous Acts That Will Never Make It To The Movies

Deadpool is one of the most psychotic, deranged, and happy go lucky superheroes we have ever seen. But under his comic attitude and carefree demeanor, he hides many secrets Marvel wishes fans never knew.

Used His Own Daughter as Bait

It must be hard to believe but Deadpool has a child. Her name is Eleanor. She is the daughter of Carmelita Camacho and Deadpool. Wade never knew about Eleanor until Carmelita applied for child support. A D-List Captain America Villain called Mad Cap was framing Deadpool for heinous crimes. Deadpool needed to clear the bad rap he was getting. So he used her own daughter as bait to draw the mind controlling super villain out into the open. Eleanor was saved only because Quicksilver stepped in at the right time.

Shot Phil Coulson in Cold Blood

Agent Phil Coulson has some terrible luck. Both in the movies and in the comic books, he is used as a sacrificial pawn to get the story going. During the Secret Empire arc, Captain America reveals himself to be a Hydra Sleeper Agent. He intends to conquer the entire world in the name of Hydra. But there are several thorns to his plans, Agent Coulson being one of them. Rogers hires the services of several characters that operate in morally grey areas. Deadpool; jumps on the opportunity to work alongside his greatest idol. One of his first jobs was killing Agent Coulson. Wade did it without even batting an eye.

Lobotomized Cable

Deadpool and Cable share a very complicated relationship. They are friends and enemies at the same time, frenemies if you will. Whenever one goes out of line, it becomes the moral and personal duty of the other pal to help him get back on track. Cable, in one arc, amasses a huge base of followers. He takes them to a floating island and threatens the entire world with nuclear apocalypse. Deadpool comes forward to stop Cable from doing just that. Using a broken teleporter device, Deadpool lobotomizes Cable and stops this insanely evil scheme, albeit at the cost of causing his friend extreme pain.

Used An Offensive Disguise

Back in the Seventies, the sales of two iconic Marvel heroes – Luke Cage and Iron Fist were going drastically down. To help keep them afloat, Marvel launched Heroes For Hire and the rest is practically history. The new miniseries revitalized the popularity of both the heroes, making them legendary figures. Marvel tends to throw a lost issue every now and then. Deadpool travels back in time to team up with the Heroes For Hire. He is seen wearing a large fur coat, a gigantic hat and is jive talking throughout the arc. That is some extreme racial stereotyping right there. While it was meant to be just for some laughs, the issue ended up doing more harm than good. Racism is never cool Marvel.

Killed The Entire Marvel Universe

Deadpool has been diagnosed as clinically insane. He has multiple ‘voices’ inside his head. He keeps talking to them. One day, these voices go from happy and zany to outright dark and evil. Deadpool was psychotic but at least he was a happy person. When the voices forced him to become truly insane. Deadpool rebelled against his comic book creators. He attacks and kills the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, Wolverine, Thor and the rest of the Avengers. Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe. In the end, he goes after the comic book writers themselves.

Written by Bibhu Prasad Panda

With a Bachelor's in Engineering and a Master's in Marketing and Operations, Bibhu found a love for writing, working for many different websites. He joined FandomWire in July 2020 and worked his way to his current position of Content Strategist. Bibhu has been involved in operating and managing FandomWire's team of writers, diversifying into varied, exotic fields of pop culture.