Real Name: Squirrelpool

Identity/Class: Genetic construct

Occupation: Inapplicable

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Ant-Man (Scott Lang), Dr. Strange (Stephen Strange), Forbush Man (Irving Forbush of Earth-665), Howard the Duck, Shiklah, Spider-Ham (Peter Porker of Earth-8311), Tippy-Toe, Nancy Whitehead

Enemies: Groot, Paen-Umbra, Punisher (Frank Castle), Rocket Raccoon

Known Relatives Squirrel Girl (Doreen Green, genetic template), Deadpool ("Wade Wilson," genetic template)

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Unrevealed

First Appearance: Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic I#2 (January, 2017)

Powers/Abilities: A monstrous hybrid of Deadpool and Squirrel Girl, Squirrelpool has a large squirrel tail, a fast-acting healing factor (capable of regrowing her head), sharp teeth capable of biting through wood, sharp claws, squirrel strength and amazing leaping and climbing skills.

Squirrelpool emerged from the teleportation chamber with weapons, including a gun that shoots acorns and two wrist blades. Squirrelpool also emerged with a composite of skills from her "parents," including some knowledge of computer science and hand-to-hand fighting skills, as well as Deadpool's insanity.

Height: 6'2'' (by approximation)
Weight: 230 lbs. (by approximation)
Eyes: Green
Hair: Brown

History: (Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic I#2) - When Squirrel Girl and Deadpool used a teleporter to travel across the country, their genetic material combined to form a new life form. The hybrid creature followed them to Muir Woods, where they met with Rocket Raccoon and Groot. Calling herself Squirrelpool, the creature revealed herself.

(Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic I#3) - Squirrelpool savagely attacked the heroes until Squirrel Girl took her down and tied her up. They placed Squirrelpool back into the teleporter and activated it, and Squirrelpool disappeared.

(Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic I#7 (fb) - BTS) - Squirrelpool went to the apartment of Squirrel Girl, where she found her with Nancy Whitehead and Tippy-Toe. She captured all three of them, tying them up and leaving them in the tunnel near the teleportation chamber. She planned to get Deadpool and Squirrel Girl to create a copy of her, using the computer science knowledge she'd inherited from Squirrel Girl to determine the chamber had one more charge.

(Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic I#6) – Squirrelpool waited at Squirrel Girl's apartment for Deadpool to show up.

(Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic I#7) – Squirrelpool grabbed Deadpool and they went swinging through the city, stopping for chimichangas on the way. Back in the tunnels, he tied up Deadpool next to Nancy, Tippy and Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl chewed through her cables and freed Deadpool, and they prepared to attack Squirrelpool but Punisher entered and shot her in the head instead. Squirrelpool soon regenerated and found the shadow demon Paen-Umbra had attacked, beheading both Nancy and Tippy. Squirrelpool helped destroy the creature by activating the teleportation chamber, which meant Squirrelpool sacrificed her chance at having a sibling. Deadpool invited Squirrelpool to join the Mercs for Money (and she asked how much she'd be paid) as Squirrel Girl commended her for her heroism. Deadpool told them all to meet him at midnight that night.

(Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic I#8) - Squirrelpool accompanied Squirrel Girl and Deadpool to a gathering with Shiklah, Spider-Ham, Howard the Duck, Dr. Strange and Punisher to confront Paen-Umbra, and Deadpool soon defeated him by lopping off his penis. Given no choice, Paen-Umbra restored the fallen heroes to life, including Groot, Rocket Raccoon, Tippy-Toe, Ant-Man, Nancy Whitehead and Earth-665's Forbush Man.

Comments: Created by Joshua Corin, Todd Nauck and Reilly Brown.

Profile by Chadman.

Squirrelpool has no known connections to:

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Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic I#2, p61, pan1 (main)
Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic I#8, p13, pan1 (face)

Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic I#2-3, 6-8 (January-March, 2017) - Joshua Corin (writer), Todd Nauck, Reilly Brown (artists), Jordan White (editor)

First Posted: 08/02/2020
Last updated: 08/02/2020

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