Rob Liefeld, the co-creator of Deadpool, has declared his retirement from the character after 34 years of working on it for Marvel Comics. As the new Deadpool 3 movie approaches, Liefeld has decided to step away and craft one final Deadpool story, which is set to be released in the summer of 2024. Reflecting on his career, Liefeld acknowledges the impact of his creations like Cable, Domino, and X-Force, which have played a significant role in shaping the Marvel universe.
At the age of 57, Liefeld recognizes that while his artistry remains strong, there will come a time when his hand-eye coordination may diminish. Therefore, he aims to conclude his journey with Deadpool on a high note and deliver the best effort he can muster for his fans. Liefeld expresses his gratitude to the passionate and supportive fans who have been instrumental in his success as a cartoonist. He credits his creations like Deadpool and other characters for transforming his young career and opening doors to new opportunities in the comic book industry.
Liefeld’s retirement from Deadpool marks the end of an era for the beloved character. However, fans can look forward to one last crazy Deadpool story from the iconic creator. As Liefeld embarks on this final collaboration, he promises to make it a journey for the ages, filled with the trademark wit, humor, and action that Deadpool is known for. With over 1000 pages of Deadpool work to his name, Liefeld’s impact on the character’s mythos cannot be overstated. As he bids farewell, the retirement of Rob Liefeld from Deadpool will undoubtedly leave a void in the comic book world, but his legacy as the “Deadpool Daddy” will continue to thrive.
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