If you liked the first Deadpool movie, you will love the sequel. Deadpool 2 was much more Deadpool being like his character in the comic books. There is a lot of silly humor and fourth wall breaking. We both highly recommend you watching Deadpool 2.
You don’t have to take our word for it. We asked other movie-goers their thoughts on the movie and there was no negative feedback. We even got input from Deadpool himself.
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The first Deadpool movie was a big success. They were able to convince Twentieth Century Fox to let them run with an R rating. This allowed them to stay true to the character of Deadpool. What they got in return was a great comic book movie.
Deadpool 2 is addressing on issue that Wade Wilson broke the fourth wall with in the first movie, more comic book characters. Deadpool 2 has the beginnings of X-Force. We will be introduced to Cable, Domino, Zeitgeist, Bedlam, and Shatterstar. We will also see some familiar faces from the first movie like Negasonic Teenage Warhead, Weasel, Vanessa, Blind Al, Colossus, and Dopinder.
The trailers for the movie so far look like they capture the irreverent humor commonly associated with Deadpool. With more superhero characters to play off, there should be no shortage of good one-liners.
Deadpool 2 has us all giddy to see Wade Wilson back on the big screen. Even though he is a clown in his personal interactions with others, you can’t forget he is also a world class assassin. There should be a lot of great action scenes in Deadpool 2.
At the very least, Deadpool 2 will bring some characters to the big screen we may not have seen otherwise. Anytime we can expand the superhero movie line-up, we are all for it.
Let us know what you think about Deadpool. Do you like a humorous anti-hero type? Do you think it’s funny when he breaks the fourth wall? Tell us about it in the comments.
Marvel has decided to give Domino (Neena Thurman) her own comic book. Domino has been a member of Six Pack, X-Force, and X-Corporation. She was created by writer Fabian Nicieza and artist/co-writer Rob Liefeld.
Domino’s first full cover story appearance was in X-Force #8 (March 1992) as a past member of the Wild Pack, later renamed Six Pack.
Domino is actually the result of a top-secret government program to develop the perfect weapon. She was the only test subject to survive. Her “luck” power was deemed a failure at meeting the project’s goals.
In addition to her exceptional marksmanship and hand-to-hand skills, Domino possesses “luck” power. This power is actually a mutant ability to subconsciously and psionically initiate random telekinetic acts that affect probability in her favor by making improbable (but not impossible) things occur within her line of sight. This ability can be viewed as either unbelievable good luck for her or catastrophically bad luck for her opponent.
Her “luck” power is triggered when she is in a stressful situation. This effect constantly emanates from her body at all times and is completely subconscious. In order for the luck to take effect, Domino herself must engage in an action whose chance she can affect.
Domino is also a superb marksman with various firearms, highly skilled athlete, excellent swimmer, and adept in the use of explosives. She has extensive training in various armed combat techniques and the martial arts, with Olympic-gold level athletic and acrobatic ability. She also seems to be fluent in multiple languages.
Domino has been revealed to be a character in the Deadpool 2 movie. She has ties to both Deadpool and Cable (also revealed to be in the movie) through her membership in X-Force. It will be interesting to see her “luck” power play off Deadpool’s crazy antics.
Here’s to hoping the Domino comic book stays around for a long time.