Finding herself in the world that she grew up reading about, Gwen quickly decides to become a superhero, since no one wants to be a Red Shirt extra.
Now after getting a cool, very pink, costume, Gwen sells her "skills" to the highest bidder as Gwenpool. covers with Gwen Stacy as various heroes, Gwen dressed as Deadpool became so incredibly popular, especially among cosplayers, that she got a backup story in a lineup which gave her a backstory which served to divorce her from the "Gwen Stacy Deadpool" concept of her origin and flesh her out into her own character.
Analyses have been made with respect to the applicability of measurement tools such as the Psychopathy Checklist (PCL, PCL-R) and Psychopathic Personality Inventory (PPI) to this model.
An early and influential analysis from Harris and colleagues indicated that a discrete category, or taxon, may underlie PCL-R psychopathy, allowing it to be measured and analyzed.
I killed a bunch of rando fictional characters and got paid well for it.
No, not a team up, as the same person (except not really, but thematically at least)!
Meet Gwen Poole, she's from another universe, one where all the heroes and villains of this universe are comic-book characters.
Alas, while the series has its fans, it didn't preform to Marvel's expectations and thus ended on it's twenty fifth issue.
characterized by persistent antisocial behavior, impaired empathy, impaired remorse, bold, disinhibited, and egotistical traits.