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Ok, this has nothing to do with toys, but it has been really quiet around here and I have nobody else to turn to.

 

I'm just finishing the Dugan and Poshn run on Deadpool. I read the wedding issue, but I can't identify the couple in the photo booth snapshots on the right page (basically the last ones shown). Can someone please help?

 

Sorry for the digression. We can all get back to having nothing to talk about when this gets resolved.

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This is the 2 page scene with everyone dancing near the tables and the bottom halves of the pages have the snapshots right? If so, I honestly have no idea.

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That's the one.

 

Might it be part of the creative team? That's all I can think of. They look like no famous Marvel characters I can identify.

They really look like they mob bosses don't they? My first thought was that two of the Punisher's baddies were crashing the wedding. I'm not super familiar with Deadpool's supporting cast so hopefully someone else on here is and can help.

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My guess is a nod to Deadpool's Thunderbolts run and its Punisher and Elektra. I didn't recognize them as anyone else significant in Pools history.

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(Punisher and Elektra were a couple in that series)

Don't remind me :blush: It feels very wrong to give Frank a love interest. Never been a fan of that.

 

I hadn't thought of them though. It's probably them, but the artist really dropped the ball here. Elektra looks old and Frank's face is too square.

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I'm going to go with that explanation just so that I can stop worrying about it.

 

You are right, Stitch. There should be no love interests in the Punisher's life. Only vengeance.

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