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Feb 23, 2011 | 9:36 PM EST

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well after watching all of the other mvc3 parodies i've decided to release one of my own. and since my favorite character is deadpool i figured i'd animate him before anyone else tried to. anywayz I'm sure i'm going to get homepage for this so thx in advance. MARVEL VS CAPCOM 3 - DEADPOOL PWNZ

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daftmorgandaftmorgan

Rated 0 / 5 stars March 20, 2011

thanks for wasting my life

im gonna have to burn my computer now



shandudeshandude

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars March 17, 2011

stupid

Who was speaking?
Where's deadpool?
Do you still think toilet humour is funny?
Why do you insist on wasting peoples time?


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disturbingsickfuckdisturbingsickfuck

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 14, 2011

FLawless

Tony Jaa beats the shit out of Deadpool any day of the week



thegreatpwnrthegreatpwnr

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars March 11, 2011

well

this vid: 1/10
earthdeity's review: 10/10


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earthdeityearthdeity

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 7, 2011

Stunning

The most original and important flash animation ever produced, in my opinion. I love the way the author first spent his time and effort investing in the main character- DEADPOOL. My outright admiration turned quickly to astounded enlightenment when the unnamed character entered and attacked Deadpool's helicopter. I am aware that many other reviewers perhaps viewed the animation as shallow, or boring. However, the studio-quality animation by itself demanded at least a 9. The creator brought his audience back from the brink of despair to the warm light of hope, in a dramatic conclusion far more worthy of Hollywood than any modern tripe. I believe the moment when the helicopter falls from the sky remains one of the strongest events in any media up to this point, juxtaposing Deadpool's love for his lost children with his silent despair at the inevitability of his untimely end. I think the controversial "Elephant" play was essential to bring back a human touch to the otherwise distant hero. Godspeed, sir, I will be watching with interest.