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Alleged Marvel Leak Shows Off One Of Deadpool 3’s Wolverine Variants

In the grand history of Marvel Comics, Wolverinepool is a rather minor presence. It’s no stretch to call him a joke character considering he’s one of multiple one-off Deadpool variants combining the Merc with a Mouth with another Marvel hero. Introduced in 2007’s “Cable & Deadpool” #46 and created by Fabian Nicieza and Reilly Brown, Wolverinepool calls Earth-1946 home. Through the Weapon X program, this version of Wade Wilson has his skeleton bonded with Marvel’s former strongest metal, adamantium, just like Wolverine.

As a Deadpool variant, Wolverinepool is sought out and recruited by the villainous Dreadpool, who uses him to hunt down the members of the Deadpool Corps — a group comprised of the character’s variants from across the Multiverse. Unfortunately for Wolverinepool, siding with Dreadpool and the Evil Deadpool Corps turns out to be a poor choice, to say the least. During a fight with Deadpool, Wolverinepool finds himself on the wrong end of a unique grenade. It explodes, unleashing a swarm of bugs that eats Wolverinepool alive, reducing him to a mere adamantium skeleton.

In the event Wolverinepool does appear in “Deadpool and Wolverine,” one has to wonder how close his cinematic rendition and story will match up with his comic book ones. Surely, such answers will be revealed when the third “Deadpool” film debuts on July 26.

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