This issue continues directly from the events of Deadpool #3. Its implications are why the cover to this issue was not shown originally in the solicitations.
Moral of the previous issue: Impersonation can also be used for EVIL. It's not a panacea to your tax problems that can be escaped by being a tax exile.
Meet the All-New, All-Different Night Nurse (a new character, really)!
Wait, is that fat nigga chick a new or obscure character?
>Shiklah to cameraman: "Fuck off! Did you see what my husband is doing in his private estate now?"
Introducing the "Rainbow Deadpool Rangers"! I mean, "Rainbowpools"!!!
Red - Wade Wilson
Orange - Stingray
Yellow - Slapstick
Green - Solo
Blue - Foolkiller
Indigo - Madcap
Violet - Terror
Their first mission in their new costumes: Spot the impersonators!
>is that fat nigga chick a new or obscure character
>major supporting character that's been in the past 48 issues of the run, first appearing in the first issue
>posting a preview for a comic you apparently don't even read
I don't have an appropriate reaction image so have some Heathcliff.
It's cool, but you should really go back and read the first part of Duggan's run. Don't let Marvel's "everything is a #1 again! ALL-NEW ALL-DIFFERENT!" marketing scheme fool you. This is issue 49, not 4.
The whole White Angels miniseries is a team-up with the Punisher.
Slapstick is yellow because he was the yellow txt box. Head canon is that Wade is planning to kill and absorb them in his head in hopes that they together in his head will make him a better person.
Yes and no. There is Gwenpool, originally a design that was part of "Gwen Stacey as different heroes cover month".
People liked it, so they implemented it as Gwen Poole, a dimensional refugee in the fallout of Secret Wars.
She turned up in a Howard issue and in this year's Christmas special. Where she has the only good artists.