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Deadpool might be retiring from the Marvel Universe

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Deadpool might be retiring from the Marvel Universe

Deadpool has his own comic book series (Picture: Marvel Comics)

Warning: Spoilers ahead.

Deadpool might be hanging up his spandex and retiring to a far-flung island.

Thats what the silver-tongued antihero said in the latest issue of his comic.

Which isnt surprising, really, given all the trouble he got for trying to work with the Avengers and the appearance of Evil Captain America.

In the previous issue, he decided to get rid of his memory in an attempt to move on from the carnage he caused.

In the new comic book Deadpool: Assassin, the tricksters gone back to his old job: killing for money.

In the fourth issue, he reveals plans to give up altogether.

Deadpool might be retiring from the Marvel Universe

The lovable rogue has got his own movie adaptation (Picture: Marvel)

Wade lamented about the difficulties of the industry – and how expensive retiring is.

So Ive been takin as many high-dollar gigs as I can. Retirement communities in TIKI-TIKI land aint cheap.

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Fans are shook.

WHAT IN THE COMICS DEADPOOL IS RETIRING STFU I DONT ACCEPT IT

— kels (@icaruhs) July 26, 2018

Now hold on, before you panic – there are two issues of the Deadpool: Assassin comic remaining, and Wade will probably get dragged into some nefarious plot or another before its all said and done.

Whatever Deadpools destiny is in Marvels comic book world, he appears to be staying on the big screens.

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Ryan Reynolds has confirmed that Deadpool 3 is in the works, and Deadpool 2 is still showing in select cinemas in the UK.

Lorraine asked the actor about the possibility of a third Deadpool, to which he enthusiastically replied:Yes, we have the suit. I badger Hugh Jackman weekly to put the claws back on.

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