Dear fans of Deadpool,
Welcome to the movie-recovery lounge! Come in and pull up a beanbag. There's tea brewing and biscuits in the tin;don't worry we don't have any rich tea.
I wish I could say something reassuring to assuage the pain of having seen your character completely re-written in order to play an ill-fitting role in someone else's movie, but I can't really do that. It hurts, and nothing I say can stop that. I can warn you that you're going to have a lot of the movie's fans claiming you shouldn't be upset, and if you live in a fandom environment, you're going to have a lot of fans of this new version clamouring for attention, but even that won't be as bad as the Logan fans who say that Deadpool somehow deserve it.
Just stick it out, keep a stiff upper lip and be grateful the movie wasn't actually that good. If you're lucky, your stay here won't be very long; Catwoman
fans spent a summer here, tops,before they realised no one cared enough out there.
So sit down, have a cuppa and make yourself at home, there's plenty of room; we expanded for an intake of Jarvis fans and Liz/Abe shippers last year, but they never showed up. And look on the bright side; at least it wasn't Alicia Silverstone.
A Batgirl fan.
My other comment about the movie comes in the form of a question I trust Marvel fans will be able to answer, about Adamantium.
It's a really hard metal, right? With metal-like properties (except for being hard). It needs to be smolten and poured and once set, is pretty much unmalleable? Not plastic, and because it's inorganic, not subject to Wolverine's healing factor?
Does this mean, that following this prequel, in all the X-men movies,
Logan has two bullet holes in his cranium? Right in the front? That either provide a soft front for his brain or are sealed over by bone?
Because Izzy and I were talking, and we think it'd be awesome if this were the case, and you could poke him in the hole with a skewer every time you needed Wolvie to forget things. It'd be like having an X-man with his own personal re-set button.
- y'know, assuming you can get close enough to Wolverine with a bullethole-shaped skewer. Which y'know, good luck with that.