The anatomy in this one is better than your previous work but it still requires work. The biceps are too low on the arm and facing the audience where they shouldn't be. The forearm muscles are misplaced as well. Forearm to hand transition isn't very clear. His hands are mushed together. The right leg is just on the verge of looking too thin. His knee needs to be defined more clearly if its bent. Does Deadpool have a nose?
I cannot express how beautifully done this is. As others have mentioned, the feet look as though they're situated on the same level plane. Simply reduce the foot of the farther leg and emphasize the foot on the one coming forward. This will establish the angle of the pose a bit more and balance his weight. For the first in a series, you are indeed a master. This represents the point of departure--you can sense the direction you wish to take your upcoming pieces.
what! this is sick. I used to collect comics and Deadpool was one of the coolest. I like the gritty textures of the background. But I must point out the legs, something seems a bit off. And i'm uncertain weather Deadpool is tired from a battle (hunched over) or in a stealthy posture, in preperation for a fight. Otherwise really sweet work.
thanks man! i did my research to find out whos going to be popular at this fan expo. thanks for pointing out the legs.. ive been staring at this for so long that its hard for me to notice certain things anymore. how do you think i can fix up the legs? is is the anatomy? or are you just pointing out the pose itself? which i did want hunched over.