Deadpool is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Initially Deadpool was depicted as a supervillain when he made his first appearance in The New Mutants and later in issues of X-Force , but later evolved into his more recognizable antiheroic persona. Deadpool, whose real name is Wade Winston Wilson , is a disfigured mercenary with the superhuman ability of regeneration and physical prowess. The character is known as the "Merc with a Mouth" because of his tendency to talk and joke constantly, including breaking the fourth wall for humorous effect and running gags.
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Deadpool is touting itself as a new kind of superhero movie. The film is rated R, and owes that to its hero being unapologetically vulgar, violent, and sexualized. But he's also a joke machine who routinely breaks the fourth wall, ensuring that this truly is a different experience from the usual Marvel or DC movie fare. But at its core, Deadpool is still a comic book-based superhero movie, and therefore, it has an origin story. But what is Deadpool's origin story?
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It may be hard to believe it now, but for the first few decades of Deadpool's comic book career, he only appeared in Comics Code-approved comic books, which are basically the equivalent of a PG-rated film actually, it is possible that they would better be described as G -rated! Over time, he slowly moved his way up to PG ratings before Marvel finally gave him the "Parental Advisory" rating, the Marvel equivalent of being rated R. This, of course, also tied in with the Deadpool film coming out and becoming a blockbuster R-rated film. We bring this up to note that, because of this set-up, Deadpool comics were not often a place where you would look if you wanted to see something sexy. After all, Deadpool literally wears a full-body costume because his body is horribly disfigured.