Deadpool Logo

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Eternal evil hides behind the bars of the Deadpool logo. The only thing holding back a character’s negative abilities are the rules set by whoever is stronger than him. The emblem looks intimidating and immediately points to an anti-hero.

Deadpool: Brand overview

Founder:Fabian Nicieza, Rob Liefeld
United States
Deadpool is one of Marvel Comics’ main protagonists, nicknamed Merc with a Mouth for his talkativeness. The character first appeared in the 1991 issue of The New Mutants # 98 by artist Rob Liefeld and writer Fabian Nicieza.

Meaning and History

Deadpool Logo History

Deadpool didn’t have its logo for a long time because it was meant to be a parody version of DC Deathstroke. The authors neglected the detail, so the antihero was initially deprived of the belt buckle’s distinctive sign. In this form, it was first seen by readers of The New Mutants # 98.

Deadpool was impersonal in several more stories until Mark Brooks took over. The new artist studied the character in detail and decided to draw it from memory. He completely restored the image, but he could not remember what the belt looked like. As a result, Brooks made the mistake of depicting the wrong logo buckle that was not there before.

What is Deadpool?

Deadpool is an antihero, a negative character from Marvel Comics. He first appeared on its pages in December 1990 (issue 98). The creators of the character are Rob Liefeld and Fabian Nicieza, who transformed Wade Wilson, who has superpowers, into the alter-ego of the fictional villain.

Deadpool: Interesting Facts

Deadpool, also known as Wade Wilson, is a unique character in Marvel Comics, known for his humor and ability to break the fourth wall. Here are key points about him:

  1. Creation: Created by Rob Liefeld and Fabian Nicieza in 1991, Deadpool started as a villain and became an anti-hero. DC’s Deathstroke inspired him, hence Deadpool’s real name being a play on Deathstroke’s name, Slade Wilson.
  2. Healing Factor: Deadpool’s main power is his strong healing ability, which is stronger than Wolverine’s, making him almost immortal. He can recover from any injury, even being decapitated.
  3. Fourth Wall Awareness: Deadpool knows he’s a comic book character, allowing him to speak directly to readers, joke about the creators, and reference pop culture and other comics.
  4. Talkative Nature: Known as the “Merc with a Mouth,” he’s famous for his endless chatter and dark humor, even in battle.
  5. Deadpool Corps: Many Deadpools from different dimensions, including Lady Deadpool and Dogpool, team up for missions.
  6. Multiple Personalities: Deadpool’s mental health issues lead to multiple personalities, adding depth to his character.
  7. Combat Skills: Besides his healing, Deadpool is skilled in martial arts and with weapons, making his fighting style unpredictable.
  8. Ally and Foe: Depending on his interests, he’s worked as both hero and villain, making him an unpredictable character in the Marvel Universe.
  9. Cancer: Deadpool was diagnosed with terminal cancer before gaining his powers. His healing factor keeps the cancer in check but also causes his disfigured appearance.
  10. Cultural Impact: Deadpool has been in many comics, video games, TV shows, and films, with Ryan Reynolds playing him in the popular movies. His humor and anti-hero nature have won many fans.

Deadpool stands out for his humor, self-awareness, and complex backstory, making him a beloved and distinctive Marvel character.

Font and Colors

Deadpool Emblem

The Deadpool logo is shaped like a ring split in two. It resembles a prohibition sign rotated several degrees. The two semicircles, which are formed by a vertical stripe, contain white triangles.

On the one hand, the emblem depicts Deadpool’s masked face, as it is portrayed in the comics. The proportions are slightly distorted in favor of the original art design. On the other hand, the prohibition sign hints at the protagonist’s intolerable character, his negative role in the plot of the Marvel stories.

A characteristic feature of the Deadpool logo is the absence of any inscriptions. A graphic object occupies the central place, so the artist paid attention to its colors. The iconic combination of red, black, and white exactly repeats the palette of the antihero costume.

Deadpools color codes

Madder LakeHex color:#d12531
RGB:209 37 49
CMYK:0 82 77 18
Pantone:PMS 1788 C
BlackHex color:#000000
RGB:0 0 0
CMYK:0 0 0 100
Pantone:PMS Process Black C