I believe you're thinking of this scene:
It comes from "Deadpool, Merc With A Mouth #5"
In Deadpool's defense, the guy was a member of AIM, generally considered a terrorist organization of evil scientists and engineers. It wasn't like he was a random innocent guy off the street. And, I mean, fine, he's evil... but if he can't have morals, and can't have ...
There is a marvel guide picture for it and shows count of 236, contrary to my own comment
With inspiration from reddit, manual eyeballing, and the help of Julian, below is the list of characters seen in the wedding:-
The White Tiger
This article explains this dynamic in one of its points:
6. What’s My Name?
Ajax and Deadpool have quite a history in the comic series. Ajax loves
subjecting Deadpool to unfathomable torture while Deadpool loves
messing with the fact that Ajax’s real name is Francis. Their
relationship is perfectly translated on screen as Ajax asks Deadpool
After reviewing the script again from the advice of a friend offline, it looks like Wade's 4th wall breaking isn't a power. While he has his collar on, he quips the following while turning and looking directly at the camera:
Fun fact about the Ice Box... though no one's ever seen it, they keep a monster in the basement. Right next to a huge, steaming bowl ...
Deadpool is aware that he's a character in comic books, so when he breaks the fourth wall, it's intentional. Here's a few examples...
Deadpool finds out he's in a comic
Deadpool acknowledges he's in a comic
Deadpool makes reference to the people reading the comic
Deadpool directly addresses the reader
It's not a mutation. It's actually a sign of his madness. Deadpool gained his powers through torture1, which mentally broke him.
Not only is he under the "illusion" (in-universe this is seen as a derangement) that he is a fictional character (his frequent 4th-wall breaks)
Ryan Reynolds has told Empire that he’s insistent on Deadpool‘s habit of breaking ...
This, ladies and gentlemen, is Deadpool.
He made those 372,844 pancakes for one reason: a pratical joke, to slap some sense into his comrade.
If you continue the comic:
Oh no she is falling! what ever will happen next!
Deadpool just likes to keep it real.
The comic on the Marvel site: DEADPOOL (2008) #16
The issue of the forgotten ammunition pack in the first Taxi ride and the forgotten guns bag was due to budget cuts from Fox.
Fox forced the crew to cut $7 million from the script at the last minute from an already limited budget of a $58 million. In an interview with MTV Ryan Reynolds talks about the very low budget, “The budget isn’t what we hoped it ...
What would be the difference between a Deadpool who, in his insanity, thinks he's part of a comic book, or a Deadpool who, in his insanity, is aware that he's part of a comic book?
To put it another way, if someone told me they could predict the lottery results, and then they continually and accurately predict the lottery results, they probably ...
This is the primary plot of "Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe", a four-comic what-if 'killogy' event from 2011-2012. The official Marvel.com site has this to say;
"What if everthing you thought was funny about Deadpool…was actually
just disturbing? • What if he decided to kill everyone and
everything that makes up the Marvel Universe? • What if he ...
There are multiple times to prove that some shenanigans were going on. Let's dig into some of the comics:
The time when he was narrating himself and he got caught, again:
The time when he invited +200 characters to his wedding. Some of them are from other comic book universes/different studios.
And then there is this one. He says what the other ...
Deadpool - Volume 10: Evil Deadpool, Amazon
This comic answers your question :)
Would the real Wade Wilson please stand up? Deadpool returns to America, but he's not coming home alone! When a collection of Deadpool's discarded body parts meld to form an evil clone, the Merc With a Mouth faces off against himself for the crown of most hated former ...
In light of the meme you provided, the goal of the meme was to show characters in diametric opposition to to ideals they previously espoused.
As such, the other images lampoon the idea further by having each hero espouse something equally contradictory.
Batman shoots his parents - instead of his parents being shot by a criminal
Spider-Man chooses to ignore ...
Short answer: We don't know because Deadpool hasn't come out, but Ryan Reynolds (who was heavily involved in writing/producing the movie) was pretty clear that his Deadpool character is a brand new character:
“Deadpool appearing in ‘Origins’ is not the Deadpool we are representing in this film, in any way shape or form.” src
Longer answer: Wade Wilson in ...
Megan hired Wade.
WADE: Do you happen to know a Megan Orflosky? Get that right? Orflovsky?
WADE: Cause she knows you. Jeremy, I belong to a group of guys who take a dime to beat a fella down. And Megan, she’s not made of
money, but lucky for her, I got a soft spot.
An earlier version of the script indicates that she managed to ...
In an interview Ryan Reynolds states that Deadpool only saves Peter out of the X-Force members.
"So I love that he just completely ignores this marquee cast that he could've saved of useful and wonderful superheroes," Reynolds explained, "but instead went back and saved [Peter]."
But according to Reynolds, that choice to save Peter actually has a ...
Deadpool is not an MCU (Earth-19999) movie. It is an XCU (Earth-10005/TRN414) movie.
It is produced by 20th Century Fox, who own the film rights to the X-Men, Marvel mutants in general, and the character Deadpool.
It's a show of dominance.
Relatedly, it's a tell sign of breaking his nemesis.
Ajax confidently tells Deadpool that nobody's sense of humour survives Ajax's "clinic". And the most manifest sign of Deadpool's smart-assery is his making jokes about what Ajax's real name is.
So, when - instead of breaking under the torture - Deadpool triumphs on that topic by ...
During the Dark Reign storyline Deadpool has a cross over with the Thunderbolts which ends with his head being cut off. Everyone is left to believe that this act would leave him dead as he would not be able to regenerate from this.
However, it is later found that he is alive and Deadpool credits it to Taskmaster having sewed his head back on his body ...
The jet is not just a generic plane, but the X-Men's own custom and private jet, the Blackbird (inspired by the real-life Lockheed SR-71).
As the school is actually a training ground for mutants, and as over the years we have seen many X-Men piloting it, it seems reasonable to think that part of their training involves at least being able to fly it under ...
I asked my good friend Fabian Nicieza (co-creator of Deadpool) what incident resulted in Wade being ejected from the military.
I am advised that this element wasn't part of his original backstory and was added by another, later writer.
Q. Quick question. What did Wade Wilson get dishonorably discharged for?
FN: Since [the] answer depends on [which] ...
In the recent movie, there's a scene where Deadpool is talking to the audience and Colossus says "Who are you talking to? There's nobody around" to which Deadpool points at the camera and says "Them, over there!"
According to the director and the writers, it was a prank:
[Director] David Leitch says the basic concept of killing off these characters right away was to “fuck with the audience through Deadpool’s lens”, and co-writer Rhett Reese adds that they actually shot additional scenes with the X-Force team for trailers, just to throw off the audience:
It's a postmodern thing.
The story itself is an intellectual construct. The writers have one of the characters in the construct become aware of the bounds of the construct, but it's funny because Deadpool of course doesn't exist, so he is incapable of realising anything.
The writers then have Deadpool break through the bounds of the construct, implying ...