Blind Al

    Character » Blind Al appears in 112 issues.

    Deadpool's former roommate/hostage who has been known to share a love/hate relationship with the wisecracking mercenary.

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    Al is short for Alfred which is a name she prefers to be called. Althea is a former operative for British Intelligence although her exact abilities have not been covered in detail. She was at times hinted to be the same person as Black Widow and Golden Girl but both origins were dismissed as red herrings. She has been revealed however to have dated Captain America in the 1940s. She is old but her exact age has been in question. She has claimed wearing flapper dresses in the 1920s.


    Blind Al was created by Joe Kelly and Ed McGuinness and first appeared in Deadpool Volume 1 issue 1 (1997).

    Major Story Arcs

    Meeting Deadpool

    At some point in Al's life, Deadpool was hired to kill her but he kidnapped her instead, which actually ensured her survival. He kept her prisoner and used her as a kind of mother figure. They also relentlessly (and mercilessly) played practical jokes on each other.

    Recently, Blind Al teamed up with Weasel, Macho Gomez, Taskmaster, Big Bertha, and Sluggo to take revenge on Deadpool for being a lousy friend. Blind Al shot at Deadpool by tying a string from her gun to Deuce the Devil Dog, who would aim it for her by pulling in the direction of the target. It, of course, missfired and their silly plan ended. Blind Al remained living with Deadpool for a number of months before the two started seeing each other les and les.

    Not on the Wedding

    When Deadpool married Shiklah, Blind Al was not present. Deadpool had sent her an invitation in braille, but it was to a wrong church that was occupied by gangmembers. Blind Al was last seen asking the gangmembers if the bride 'looked hot'.

    Other Media


    Deadpool (2016)

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    Blind Al is a part of the Deadpool movie. She is played by actor Leslie Uggams. She is portrayed much like her comic-book counterpart and serves as mother-figure to Deadpool


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