Marvel Gets Deadpool to Bring Back His Red Trunks Too

You know how we said Rob Liefeld drew Deadpool in more of a gay-esque pose than he has in the past the other day? Well, Salva Espin just asked Rob to hold his tequila spritzer.

This is the cover to Infinity Wars #1: Party Variant. Although, should it be Panty Variant?

Marvel Gets Deadpool to Bring Back His Red Trunks Too

There's certainly a party going on in those pants. And it's all a Superman reference, of course.

Superman lost his red trunks in a redesign in 2011, and since then it's all anyone has been able to talk about, whether or not he'd get them back. And in 2018's Action Comics #1000, after many campaigns, Superman got them back in style, and DC Comics gave away red trunks at shows — it was quite the occasion.

Marvel Gets Deadpool to Bring Back His Red Trunks Too

So no wonder Deadpool wants to play as well — after all, Superman's red shorts are a symbol of hope.

Marvel Gets Deadpool to Bring Back His Red Trunks Too

What could Deadpool's red shorts be a symbol of?

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