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‘X-Cessive Force’ Print Breaks Down All The Powers Of Marvel’s Most Violent Mutants

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I grew up in the '90s, so no matter what I do with the rest of my life, I will always have a certain amount of nostalgic affection for X-Force. The hyperviolent, gun-toting mutant strike force that was originally created by Rob Liefeld back in 1991 has gone through a lot of different lineups and changes over the years, but one thing they've always had in common is that they specialize in massive amounts of destruction.
But just how is that destruction carried out? Graphic designer Rogan Josh has the answer in a new poster that he made where the various rosters are broken down to show just what they can accomplish, whether it's through claws, blades, claw-blades, or just good old fashioned guns.

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‘Oh, F–k Me’: The Good And Bad Of The Leaked ‘Deadpool’ Test Footage [Video]

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Test footage from the unlikely-but-not-impossible Deadpool movie has been appearing and disappearing all over the Internet for the past few days, with a high-res version popping up on Vimeo (since deleted) and DailyMotion (the player above).

Here's what we know about it: director Tim Miller and actor Ryan Reynolds made the two minutes or so of footage back in 2012 to convince 20th Century Fox to greenlight a film. It hasn't convinced them yet, and Reynolds has been less than optimistic about the movie's chances in recent interviews. Fans can assume that if there had been (or could be) a Deadpool movie, it would have looked a lot like this. There's a lot to like about what's in here, and a few things that seem to be missteps. Let's take a look.

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Comic-Con Cosplay Spotlight: Pretty Mercenary Sailor Deadpool

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Spotted by ComicsAlliance photographer Pat Loika walking away from the San Diego Convention Center this week was doubtlessly the most Deadpoolish bit of Deadpoolery we've ever seen in 3D space (today). It's not hard to imagine Usagi Tsukino and the rest of the Sailor scouts enjoying their day before Sailor Deadpool jumps into the scene and just Deadpools all over the place as they watch completely speechless and aghast.

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Deadpool Sticks A Thumb In DC’s Eye With Trollish 3D Motion Variant Cover

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The Marvel Comics press release that announces the above, 3D motion variant cover for September's Deadpool #34 doesn't mention the publisher's rivals at DC Comics, but it doesn't have to. For the second time in as many years, DC will be releasing a slew of 3D lenticular covers tying into a September event -- this year, it's a Futures End tie-in; last year, it was Villains Month -- so this is clearly Marvel have a laugh at DC's expense, and it wears the face of the House of Ideas' most enduringly popular troll.

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Link Ink: ‘Where’s Servo?’, Deadpool’s World Record And ‘Suicide Squad’ #1

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Hit the jump for a link-filled Friday.

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Emerald City Comicon And We Love Fine Team-Up For Exclusive Apparel With Marvel, My Little Pony, Adventure Time And More [Fashion]

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Offering a notably comics-specific, distinctly warm and fuzzy vibe that's not to be found at some of the massive and monstrous, comics-suppressing conventions here in the US, Seattle's Emerald City Comicon feels a lot more like comics summer camp than it does a media trade show. Comics professionals from all dimensions of the industry -- creators, publishers, press and beyond -- all look forward to ECCC for the same reasons attendees do; it's a great weekend to meet your readers, meet your favorite authors, and celebrate the medium we all love.

Also, buying cool stuff.

That same summer camp quality that makes ECCC worth attending may also make it worth commemorating, which is why it makes sense that geek fashion haus We Love Fine has made its first ever partnership with a convention with a limited edition line of t-shirts. Featuring Marvel characters like Captain Marvel, Hawkeye and Deadpool as well as other We Love Fine licenses like My Little Pony, Transformers, ElfQuest, Bravest Warriors, Adventure Time and Bee & Puppycat alongside Seattle iconography (very cute), the ECCCxWLF collection will be available exclusively for $25 each at the Seattle show from March 27-30.

You can inspect the designs below. More info at the show's merchandise page.

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WeLoveFine Announces Deadpool Shirt Design Contest Winners, As Picked By Brian Posehn And Gerry Duggan

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Over the past few years, WeLoveFine has pretty steadily become our site of choice for the clothing we need to survive the harsh elements and hide our shame. This is largely thanks to great designs featuring stuff we love, like Adventure Time, My Little Pony and Marvel Comics, but one of the most fun things about the site has been seeing what fans have done with their design contests.

The latest contest? Deadpool, with the winners picked by Deadpool writers Brian Posehn and Gerry Duggan. Check out the winners (including the one picked by the staff of WLF) below!

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Link Ink: New ‘Thor: The Dark World’ Images, Anti Affleck Petitions And Mjolnir Ice

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Make your way onto Monday's links after the cut.

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Deadpool Goes Back To The Super-Bad ’70s Where The Party Don’t Ever Stop In ‘Deadpool’ #13 [Preview]

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Even though I've got a stack of 'em sitting next to me, I'll admit that I'm more than a little behind on the current run of Deadpool. As a result, I've been completely unaware that they've been doing flashback stories set in past eras of the Marvel Universe, until the moment I saw the preview for #13, in which Brian Posehn, Gerry Duggan, Scott Koblish and Val Staples reveal an untold tale of everyone's favorite mercenary mixing it up with Power Man, Iron Fist, and best of all, the Baseball Furies.

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Link Ink: Chrome Deadpool, Squeezing Sand And New Sailor Moon

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Get Galactus(ed) and more in today's Link Ink, after the jump.

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