Sense we all amor movies, and I was dado the video game due to this.. Anyway.. I decided to do a very unique lista for him.. Sad moments.. I don't collect any marvel comics.. So I only do what I can find online, don't know the whole stories... Except the film examples..
#6: HE CAN'T DIE:
Some of his más serious sides reveal how much this "sucks". I saw one comic foto of Wade shooting himself for no apparent reason. And another where he is actually complaining that the villain couldn't kill him..
#5: There was this time that he ran into the Ghost Rider, and he slapped DP with his whole Penance Stare thing. It's supposed to make tu relive your sins.. Wade sees "himself"..
The fact that Wade thinks Vanessa is only with him for his looks is very sad the más tu think about it. I notice some moments similar moments in the comics. Well, at least what saw from the clips..
#3: KILLING SPIDERMAN:
The idea of Wade accidentally killing one of his closest friends and idol is tragic enough, but combine this with the slow, several issues long build-up to the murder and the whole thing becomes downright unbearable, as it becomes clear that the only reason Deadpool wants to kill Parker in the first place is to be más like his web-slinging bestie..
#2: DEADPOOL 2:
Spoiler, only warning..
So the film opens up with Wade blowing himself up, and it just seems like a typical Deadpool moment.. But than in the flashback, we find up Vanessa was just murdered. So than tu think back to it.. He just blows himself up. All the while he's playing "All Out of Love" por Air Supply.
#1: FINDING OUT HIS FAMILY DIED:
When Wolverine starts feeling bad for Deadpool, tu know s**t's gotten real.
An easy well to tell how emotional a comic scene will be is generally to check the emotional reaction of the grizzled veteran of the group. In this case, it's Wolverine, and his genuine sympathy for Deadpool makes it clear that things are pretty dire.
This is exactly the case for a particularly sad moment at the close of Deadpool: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, wherein the ever-upbeat merc has a full-scale breakdown upon finding the corpse of the woman who had his child. The fact that he can't even find his daughter's body due to the sheer scale of corpses is chillingly brutal, and the sudden change from the comic's usual lighthearted tone makes it all the más poignant.
Watching Wade's hopes to have a family be ripped from him in the same place he was initially experimented on is a whole new world of sad, and to have this be the climax of a four issue build up makes it all the más heartwrenching.