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January 05, 2011



Yes, because comics have to only use references to current pop culture. That's why the Seltzer and Friedberg movies are so good. (/sarcasm)
If Deadpool used only "new" references, it became deader than disco only after a few years or even months. If one refers to classics it stays understandable. But this concept is apparently too hard to grasp for the author of this article.


Yes, I am sure that referring to classics such as Cliffhanger is what is keeping Deadpool so fresh and relate-able.

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Is is definitely referring to Cliffhanger = relatitability period!

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