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quote: ( post) Originally posted by Disappear
i dont think it was mentioned that deadpool was a horrible shot in agent-x. in fact, i believe the only comment made was by outlaw, who said that agent x couldn't be deadpool because alex was ambidextrous, whereas wade was slightly better with his right.
rereading issue 1: "well, i'd say this settles it. this boy ain't wade wilson, or deadpool, of whatever he was called." [outlaw]
"why not?" [taskmaster]
"wilson never shot this good -- not at that distance. this'un's ambidextrous, too. wade was a li'l better with his right." [outlaw]
that's hardly a "wade's a horrible shot" reference.
and soljer is right. in the first arc of cable and deadpool, wade flicked a rock which splattered a dragonfly in mid-flight.
did'nt out law ounce say deadpool was the worst shot( or somthing like that to deadpools face) deadpool started hitting on her I think which I found amuzing.
I really do enjoy deadpool I whish i had more money so I could get him and IF ever month as well as what I normally pick up
Dec 7th, 2006 11:01 PM
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quote: ( post) Originally posted by capt it up
no this is not a spite thread I actaully like deadpool a lot. I was simply curous who he was better at becuase he tends to be a terrable shot. Well he an ok shot,but for what he does in the comic world when compared to other he does not seem any were as good and it one of the things I enjoy about him his other abilites make up for his lack of aim which makes it funny that he a bad shot even though he uses guns. I also like to see what he usses his cunning and fighting skill with his swords
Ok fair enough
Dec 7th, 2006 11:22 PM
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