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Deadpool Tapestry Throw Offers Maximum Warmness

by Shane McGlaun
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Deadpool 2 is a very cool flick and if you haven’t seen it yet, I won’t spoil it (wear your white pants). If your local theater keeps it cool enough to freeze off your chimichangas, you might want to take this Deadpool Tapestry Throw with you. The woven blanket features an image of ‘Pool sitting at a table eating pizza, as his pals do the hard work outside.

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The scene on the tapestry blanket is based on Julian Totino Tedesco’s cover for Thunderbolts #17. You can see Punisher, Elektra, and Venom outside fighting outside. The catch is that the characters other than Deadpool are hard to make out but trust us they are there.

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ThinkGeek has the throw for $29.99, which is about the cost of a small popcorn at the theater these days. The throw is officially licensed and made from 100% polyester. Plus, it can be machine washed and dried so if you forget your brown pants, you can clean it.

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