If anyone can clean up your small town, it’s that valiant Sheriff Deadpool.
Previously on Midlife Crisis Crossover: my wife and I went to C2E2 and took photos! Other chapters in the series:
Part 1: Costume Contest Winners
Part 2: The Rest of the Costume Contest
Part 4: Mighty Marvel Costumes
Part 5: More Comics Costumes
Part 6: Mystery Science Costume Theater 3000
Part 7: Last Call for Costumes
Part 8: Stars of Comics and Screens
Part 9: Random Acts of C2E2ing
Today’s feature: Deadpool! Lots of Deadpool! Some popular characters were cosplayed in droves, but no one had as many off-kilter variants as Deadpool. His fans don’t just want to be him: they want to be him being anyone else but himself. We found ten different Deadpools roaming the convention Friday and Saturday, and who knows how many dozens more we missed.
Basic Deadpool is accompanied by the Penguin from Gotham, both surely on the way to Cobblepot’s nightclub for a round of 1920s karaoke.
One Lady Deadpool is ready for a night of fine dining and dancing; the other Lady Deadpool is cleverly disguised as Nick Fury and hopes the cast of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. won’t be able to tell the difference. Her plan just might work.
Kid Deadpool can hold his own, but settled for a team-up with Zasalamel from Soul Calibur IV as backup.
“My name is Deadpool and I’m here to say! Wait, no, I meant I’m here to slay! I got rhymes and beats and lines like a conga! Then I’ll wrap you up like a chimichanga!”
Mr. Wilsonpool is all too happy to show that annoying Dennis the meaning of the word “menace”.
Deadpoolbro’s sign reads, “Gewn Stacy Call Me Maybe?” Maybe next year when someone comes dressed as Gwenpool.
Pokemon trainer Ash Ketchumpool has gotta catch ’em all! So far Pikachupool is the only one to survive the “catching”.
The last costume photo we took before we left Chicago was the easiest variant to miss: Iron Deadpool!
To be continued!