Deadpool – The Red Green Show – MK Stangeland Jr.
(Pool-o-vision. ‘Nuff Said)
Panel 1: Location – The Old West. Deadpool stands on one end of a dusty Main Street running through the middle of an old time frontier town, the kind you see in every western ever. Over his traditional costume, he’s wearing a deadpool-themed poncho, a massive sombrero, and has bushy, Mexican-style mustache on the outside of his mask. A tumbleweed rolls across the panel foreground.
SFX: (Music note on each end to indicate that this is ‘background music’ – it’s meant to give the feel of the theme from ‘the good, the bad, and the ugly’ is playing in the background of the scene) Wah-na-wah-na-waaah
DEADPOOL: Hola, el senorita ameiga. Nos es el meeto againo.
YELLOW BOX: Spanish? We don’t speak Spanish!
Panel 2: The other end of the dusty road – SHE-HULK, dressed up in cowgirl garb: blue jeans, shirt and vest, cowboy hat, boots, revolvers in holsters, the works. The tumbleweed from panel 1 has moved to this panel.
SFX: (With music notes, continuing the ‘background music’ from the previous panel) wah-Wah-wah
SHE-HULK: Nice touch.
YELLOW BOX: She can see this?
SHE-HULK: Of course I can.
Panel 3: Close-up on Deadpool. He’s grasping one end of his mustache between two fingers.
SFX (With music notes, continuing from previous panels) Wah-na-wah-na-waaah
DEADPOOL: Et aparece mey tu underestimetio!
YELLOW BOX: No!
YELLOW BOX (2): Hablo!
YELLOW BOX (3): Espn!
YELLOW BOX (4): Yol!
Panel 4: SHE-HULK stands with her arms crossed in front of her. She looks directly at the YELLOW BOX in-panel as she speaks to it directly.
SFX: (With music notes, continued from previous panel) wah-Wah-WAH
SHE-HULK: That doesn’t even sound like real Spanish.
YELLOW BOX: How would you know? Do you speak Spanish?
SHE-HULK: I know enough to tell fake Spanish when I hear it.
Panel 5: DEADPOOL points at SHE-HULK (off-panel) in a dramatic fashion.
SFX: (With music notes, continued from previous panel) Wah-na-wah-na-waaah
DEADPOOL: El stoppo le talko!
Panel 6: DEADPOOL draws a pair of revolvers and fires them – rather than bullets coming out, however, the revolvers are shooting pencils, with the eraser end pointed forward.
SFX: (With music notes, continuing from the previous panel but cut off at the end) WAH-Wah-wah-WrRrRRr!
SFX: BAM! BAM! BAM!