Pandapool

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Pandapool
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PandaPool. Panel from DeadPool Kills DeadPool #2 (2013).
Art by Salva Espin.
Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance DeadPool Kills DeadPool #2 (September 2013)
Created by Fabian Nicieza
Rob Liefeld
Cullen Bunn
In-story information
Species Panda Mutate
Team affiliations Deadpool
Abilities
  • Regenerative healing factor
  • Superhuman stamina, agility, flexibility and reflexes
  • Extended longevity
  • Immunity to telepathy
  • Master martial artist, clawsman, bitesman and marksmen (on cover only)
  • Immortality

PandaPool is a fictional character that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in Deadpool Kills Deadpool #2 (2013), and was

created by Cullen Bunn.

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Pandapool Is one of the few alternate Deadpools that actually aid in the main Deadpool's fight against Dreadpool in Deadpool Kills Deadpool. He is Shown to have terrifyingly super-human strength as he rips his foes apart with his bear hands *bare* and seems to understand the complexities of the situation and human speech despite only being able to make typical grunts and roars. When he first appeared Deadpool was impressed with Pandapool's extreme fighting prowess, noting that he was glad he was on their side. He is introduced as "The Species that Endangers you!". PandaPool is possibly from the same universe as Spider-Ham but as it is not specifically mentioned and there are multiple animal-type DeadPools (Including a T-Rex, Duck, Lion, squirrel, and bird) featured in the Deadpool Kills Deadpool comics it cannot be confirmed. Pandapool does not seem to be wearing a costume as his teeth and claws are shown.He looks almost exactly like a panda except his fur is black and red instead of black and white. During the course of DeadPool Kills DeadPool it is shown that the mainstream DeadPool has become close friends with PandaPool and as he is quick to say "Good, Bad, we're the ones with the panda!" and shows the most dismay when PandaPool dies near the end of the series as he holds Pandapool's body while crying out "NOOOOOOOOOOOOOooo". While he did die at the end of the Deadpool Kills Deadpool #4, he might return as other Deadpools are shown to be alive in the Deadpool's Wedding teaser image but the wedding might take place before the events of Deadpool Kills Deadpool as Evil-Deadpool is shown wearing his original costume instead of the one he has at the end of Deadpool Kills Deadpool.

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