The Marvel Cinematic Universe has always had amazing characters but Deadpool is quite a difficult character for audiences to comprehend. Not only that, but many characters of the universe also think the same.
Deadpool has a unique characteristic that works both as a boon and bane. Deadpool has a healing factor that causes psychosis which accelerates his cell re-generation that damages the neurons in his brain. Due to that, his mental capacity decreases whenever his body heals from a frightening battle.
The Favourite TV Show Of Deadpool Is A Sitcom
According to writer Fabian Nicieza and artist Patrick Zircher, Deadpool and Scrubs’ main character J.D. played by Zach Braff found similarities while working on Cable and Deadpool #4. Deadpool reveals that Scrubs is his favourite sitcom. Scrubs is an American comedy-drama TV show created by Bill Lawrence that aired previously on NBC and later ABC.
Scrubs is a guide for a better understanding of what’s going on inside the brain of Deadpool as the series is narrated through a person who is quite far from reality, but sane, unlike Deadpool.
Deadpool And His Favourite Sitcom Lead Has Something In Common
Both the lead characters have quite a similarity that is quite feasible to understand though fans should watch out for the usage of their inner monologues.
Just like Deadpool get trapped in his mind which makes him completely zone out from the world, J.D. does the same. That being said, in nine seasons when the show ran, J.D. was often shown daydreaming and sometimes misunderstood his daydreams for reality unless an interruption occurs that makes him realize about the real world. This theory also stays the same with Deadpool, especially when he was combined with Madcap, which ultimately started an argument with his two internal voices in the spur of the moment.
Deadpool 3 Writers Gave Hint About The Deadpool Sequel
Deadpool vulgarity is known among the fandom but with the recent merging, fans were concerned if the character would be allowed to keep that personality or not.
Recently, Deadpool 3 writer Rhett Reese revealed, “Don’t worry about that, “They’ve been very supportive about that. Now when it comes to a particular joke, if we cross a line, maybe we’ll hear at some point, ‘Maybe not that joke.’ But I think they’ve been incredibly supportive of what we’re doing, because obviously we were doing it separate from them for a long time, and I think they’ve seen the success and they’ve had their own even greater success. So hopefully it’ll be a marriage made in heaven. But we’ve definitely got their support, and that’s a great thing to feel.”
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