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Transcript of Deadpool: Vigilante?
He is VERY mentally unstable.
He knows that he is a fictional character.
He is a like a mix of
: a member of a self-appointed group of citizens who undertake law enforcement in their community without legal authority, typically because the legal agencies are thought to be inadequate...
Everyone has there own idea of a vigilante and how no matter the "hero", the view is "based primarily in the matters of morality..."
Basically one would image a vigilante as someone the public doesn't know that fights crime without any lawful jurisdiction.
"is he a Hero?"
Wade Wilson (possibly Jack)
Superhuman stamina, agility, flexibility & reflexes
Master martial artist
Known as the Merc with a Mouth
Mercenary for Hire.
"or a Villain?"
, but he often
Throughout his entire life, Deadpool has killed various people (some repeatedly), however, most of them were villains. Technically, he is something like an "anti-hero".
Military Training (military school)
Weapon X Program ("failure")
The normal idea of a vigilante would most likely be of some masked "hero" that does around beating the bad guys up.
He's also like a mix between the
DATE: 18 November 2013
CREATED BY: Austin Abrams
TEAM: Abrams Inc.
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