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A WALKING DEAD Trailer With DEADPOOL Audio Makes the Apocalypse Fun (NSFW)

The Walking Dead and Deadpool, despite both using the d-word and being based on comics, run on the opposite ends of the pop culture train. Walking Dead is the super-serious drama set in the worst possible scenario imaginable. Deadpool does anything BUT take itself seriously. Individually, both do their jobs very well. What would happen if you combined the two? Thanks to a fellow named AFK Anthony, we now have the answer.

Posted on YouTube July 7, Anthony’s mash-up takes clips from The Walking Dead and the audio from the red band Deadpool trailer to make something pretty cool. Normally, Rick Grimes and his crew spend every day trying to survive hopeless situation after hopeless situation. Add in some Salt-N-Pepa, DMX, and Ryan Reynolds, and you have a whole different story. Yes, they are still living in the zombie apocalypse, and yes, they all could die at any given moment. That doesn’t mean that can’t have a little fun doing it.

I like how the trailer is mixed: it takes some of the quieter moments from the show and makes them funny, and takes the badass moments to make them even more so. I also kind of wish the Walking Dead would hire Deadpool’s foley artist to do the sound effects. Deadpool punches definitely have a little more “oomph” to them. Also more “squish.”

You can check out more of AFK Anthony’s videos on his YouTube channel here.

So what do you think? Would the Walking Dead improve with a little more goofiness throughout? Or has Deadpool finally reached his full saturation point? Let me know on Twitter or sound off in the comments below.

Image: AMC

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