The Wackiest Deadpool Variants We Want to See in Deadpool & Wolverine, Ranked

5 of the wackeist Deadpool variants the MCU could introduce in Deadpool & Wolverine

The Wackiest Deadpool Variants We Want to See in Deadpool & Wolverine, Ranked

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  • Deadpool & Wolverine will bring in a lot of mutant characters on screen.
  • The movie will also feature different variants of Deadpool, with Dogpool already confirmed.
  • Here are 5 other variants of the character fans would love to see in the movie.
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Deadpool & Wolverine is one of the most talked about project to be released this year. With fans deeming it to be the savior of the MCU after the franchise’s dreadful run in the last few years, the upcoming movie has a lot to prove. But given the impact and success of the Ryan Reynolds starrer so far, it’s a more or less safe to bet on the movie. And with Hugh Jackman joining the fray, things are only looking up.

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Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson in Deadpool & Wolverine
Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson in Deadpool & Wolverine

The movie is expected to have quite a few camoes, with Chris Hemsworth’s Thor and Jennifer Garner’s Elektra already confirmed. Deadpool is supposedly going to travel across timelines and meet various mutants as well as variants of himself. The movie already features Dogpool, which we already know is going to be an absolute hoot. But let’s take a look at some of the wackiest Deadpool variants from the comics that fans would be ecstatic to see in the upcoming Deadpool 3.

Kidpool

Kidpool
Kidpool | Marvel Comics

Kidpool is already rumored to be in the movie, with Percy Jackson and the Olympians star Walker Scobell said to be playing the kid variant of the mutant. Belonging to Earth 10330, this variant of Deadpool was first introduced in Marvel Comics in Prelude to Deadpool Corps #2.

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With Wade Wilson already being one of the wackiest characters in all of Marvel, a kid version of him can only make things even more interesting.

Cesspool

Cesspool
Cesspool | Marvel Comics

A Deadpool that has mouths with razor-sharp teeth all over it’s body – wacky enough for you? That’s exactly what Cesspool is! Belonging to Earth-TRN318, this character first appears in Deadpool Kills Deadpool #2, when Dreadpool recruits him for the Evil Deadpool Corps. To have him fight the main continuity Deadpool in the upcoming movie would be a thrill.

Dinosaur Deadpool

Dinosaur Deadpool
Moon Boy atop Dinosaur Deadpool and Pandapool | Marvel Comics

Another variant of Deadpool that has been rumored to be in the upcoming movie, Dinosaur Deadpool is a T-Rex version of the main continuity Deadpool. Belonging to Earth TRN-321, this variant of the mutant sees Moon Boy sitting on a saddle on top of Dinosaur Deadpool, manning a machine gun.

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We have a feeling, Wade Wilson of Earth-616 will have a lot of fun with this variant of himself.

Headpool

Headpool
Headpool | Marvel Comics

Belonging to Earth-2149, Headpool is the zombie version of the Merc with the Mouth. One of the most wacky-looking versions of Deadpool, Headpool was first introduced in the comics in Marvel Zombies #3. If this variant of Deadpool makes an appearance in Deadpool 3, fans can only imagine the chaos it could bring.

Wolverinepool

Wolverinepool
Wolverinepool | Marvel Comics

Given the movie is titled Deadpool & Wolverine, a variant of Deadpool that is a hybrid of these two characters can only mean more chaos bring infused into the story. Belonging to Earth-TRN1946,  this version of the Merc with the Mouth (and Adamantium claws), was first introduced in Cable & Deadpool #46.

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Deadpool & Wolverine will hit theatres on July 26, 2024.

Swagata Das

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