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Little Girl in a Tutu Makes the Best Deadpool Ever


I think the Merc With a Mouth himself wouldn’t mind if a bizarre plot twist made him come back from the dead as this totally awesome three year old. According to her mom, she came up with the idea herself and bossed her dear parent around until it was created for her. You can find more pictures like this on the original post, or at our Tumblr.

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  • Anonymous

    I’m pretty creeped out at a three-year-old even being aware of Deadpool, given what the character’s like. Is it even possible for him to appear in a work that qualifies as kid-friendly?

  • javakoala

    He’s appeared in various for-kids Marvel cartoons. She probably liked his sass.

  • Dara Crawley

    Yes and he does often. If you think about you could ask the same of Wolverine really

  • Glitchy

    Also, Lego Marvel Superheroes. He narrates all the bonus missions.

  • http://bittersweetfountain.blogspot.com/ Bittersweet Fountain

    He was in an episode of Ultimate Spider-Man on Disney, so she could definitely know him from that.

  • Samuel

    That’s kinda a thing I’ve noticed lately with children, this adulation of villains, but I think the most disturbing for me is the bevvy of 3-6 year old’s that have never seen Star Wars who idolize Darth Vader and Darth Maul, one of which is a psychotic killer, the other a depressed, repressed, child murderer. THESE ARE NOT PEOPLE TO LOOK UP TO.

  • Lowprices

    I’m not sure what’s more adorable: Princess Deadpool, or the fact that all the other Deadpools had no problem with being beaten by her in a fight.

  • http://mangabotblog3000.popanime.net/ Brand

    I would think at that age, it is more about that the characters look cool, then what they actually do.

  • Scott Murray

    I wonder if she’s familiar with Hit-Girl too.

  • Travis

    Conan the Barbarian was in a kid friendly toon. So was The Mask, Robocop, and the Cryptkeeper.

  • sunenge

    If your child is looking up to imaginary characters, then you are not doing your job as a parent. Teach them the difference between comics/tv/movies and real heroes.

  • Norman Osborn

    I dressed as Darth Vader for Halloween when I was six years old, in 1981. I had seen the movies and was well aware he killed people – and was awesome! Villains rule.

  • KA

    Today on Deadpool’s shopping list:

    1. a copy of this week’s Jet magazine
    2. an industrial size box of frozen taquitos
    3. five cases of hollow points
    4. a picture of this little princess

  • Samuel

    In retrospect, I guess it’s not really that weird, tons of children dressed as Frankenstein’s Monster and Dracula and the Mummy and obviously don’t know who Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker, or Boris Karloff are… So like, costumes I get. I think it’s all the marketing that strikes me as odd, Darth Vader T-shirts and shoes and stuff. *boggle*

  • Roberta

    So, say no to Harry Potter, Luke Skywalker, Batgirl, Xena, Toph from ATLA, anyone by Austen (in all fairness, don’t look up to Mr. Darcy. He was an ass)…. ? That’s cute. Naive, but cute.

    I will teach my children that the difference between “real” and fictional heroes is that the fictional ones generally have superpowers. Otherwise, they may admire all the great fictional characters they please.

  • Roberta

    She has the necessary sass, that is for sure :P

  • Anonymous

    Aww. That’s really cute.