Deadpool Creator Rob Liefeld Shares First Ever Sketch Of Domino From 1991

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A lot of Domino reveals had just come out recently with Deadpool 2 giving us a first look at Zazie Beetz in full costume. Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld has decided to jump in on the hype and share his first-ever sketch of Domino from 1991. It's fun to see just how much the character has evolved in the span of 26 years.

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Liefeld has had a very long and seasoned career with Marvel, and besides Deadpool and Domino, he's also helped create another fan-favorite mutant—Nathan Summers a.k.a. Cable. To those who don't know how Domino's powers work, she's basically able to alter "Luck" in order to put the odds in her favor.


Though originally portrayed as an albino in the comics, Deadpool 2 is going a different direction by casting an African-American actress as the character. Some fans have already gone out to call this "reverse-whitewashing/blackwashing," but as long as the character is done justice, I'm all up for it.

Domino will be introduced alongside Cable in Deadpool 2, and Liefeld has described the movie to be the Rush Hour of comic book movies. Besides them, characters like Weasel, Blind Al, Colossus, and Negasonic Teenage Warhead are also set to return for the sequel.

Deadpool 2 comes out June 1, 2018.

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