Discussion in 'Comic Books and Graphic Novels' started by shadow panther, Aug 20, 2009.
why are his word bubbles yellow?
No real reason, but I suppose to make his voice different from the average. I think a character described it as "grinding gravel"
Blind Al said this his voice sounded like Gravel and Gassoline. The yellow bubbles have never really been explained, however it's probably to make his speech seem unique like the rest of him.
1. To show his voice as different.
2. He's awesome.
Not sure if this was a main reason, but it's also helpful when he uses his holographic projector to disguise himself. The yellow bubbles make sure the reader knows who's Deadpool.
WTF does Gravel and Gasoline even soundlike? I hate that simile.
When I read anything with Deadpool in it I hear Nolan North (voice of Deadpool in the Hulk vs Wolverine animated movie). That just works out sooo much better for my Deadpool reading experience now.
I always thought the Yellow bubbles were because the guy is insane, constantly hallucinates, talks to himself and "breaks the 4th wall" so the different color bubbles, as well as the different bubble borders, were a way of identifying when he's talking to himself as well as implying this guy just aint normal.
that's exactly what i've thought...and his voice in HvW was awesome...i need to rewatch that movie again...
I like that Deadpool knows his word bubbles are yellow. he referenced it a few times.
Yeah, I liked that voice to.
But, whenever I read Deadpool, I imagine his voice like in those "I'm a Marvel/DC" videos.
BTW 600th post
"I shot him in the ass with this thing."
Oh, little yellow boxes, you're back. What fun we shall have together!
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