DID YOU KNOW?
Deadpool made snarky comments throughout the early '90s as a generic assassin, but it wasn't until his 1997 ongoing comic series where he developed into the zany character we all know and love today. You can thank writer Joe Kelly for making Deadpool an agent of parody while the comic scene was being oversaturated with badass antiheroes. This was where we were first introduced to Deadpool's buddy Weasel (the "avocado" guy from the movie) and his roomie and/or prisoner, Blind Al. You can also thank Kelly for Deadpool's habit of breaking the fourth wall, as the writer expected the series to be canceled. It eventually was, sadly, at (you guessed it) issue number 69.
MARVEL COMICS DEADPOOL X FORCE GREY SYMBOL BI-FOLD WALLET.
3 CARD SLOTS.
2 HIDDEN SLOTS.
1 ID SLOT.
1 CURRENCY/ RECEIPT COMPARTMENT.
APPROX SIZE: 11.5cm x 9cm.
USA IMPORT. SHIPPED FROM THE UK.
MADE FROM PU & COTTON.