OOC: Uh well Vin Diesel isn’t the right ethnicity for the character so he wouldn’t really work. And uh yeah? He’d have to be bald and have the scars otherwise it’d be another “Deadpool” from Wolverine Origins all over again. A character with the name of a comic book character but with no real similarities or connection.
"…Didn’t I leave you at the bottom of my lake? Y’know I was going to start an underwater attraction. ‘Come see the great horny idiot’. Woulda made a killin’." Alex crossed his arms, ready to grab his gun if Rhino showed any aggression, he still isn’t happy over the last encounter.
"Don’t think so. I know you though," Bullseye rolled he eyes, not understanding how other mercenaries/assassins could go without at least getting a little dirt on their competition. He pointed to the bullseye in the middle of his forehead, "Bullseye. Name’s Bullseye. Deadliest assassin in the world— and that ain’t a title I chose f’r m’self. I’m freelance, so I doubt we’ve even so much as worked together."
"Oh right, Bullseye. My fan club guy, right I remember." Alex nodded to himself. "You find that people are tempted to throw stuff at your head, ‘cause of the target? I mean I’m itchin’. Heh. Guess if you’re the deadliest assassin as you claim that put most people off."
Agent X fighting a tiger. Hell yes!
"I’m not an anime. My name. Is Bee," Bee said through gritted teeth. She paused when he asked her occupation. If she were honest and said she worked with a magic dog/cat thing that spoke through weird robot chirps and they went into outer space and had outfit transforma—
Maybe she was an anime.
"I’m acutally uh, unemployed right now. Lookin for a jooobb… Kinda suuuucks…"
"Heh. Whatever you say magical anime girl. I kinda wanna see your special attack. I know you all have on." Alex smiled, the girl was weird but she seemed nice. She reminded him a little of Mary when they first met. "Oh. Well how handy are you with a gun or a sword? I run a mercenary business, you could have a job if you like. Pays great and the danger is too. Or you could work with Sandi in the office if you’re not into killing folks."
"Sup, I’m Agent X. Best Merc in the biz. You look familiar, didn’t you used to work for me?" Alex gave him a puzzled look, trying to remember the guy.
"Alex!" She smiled too. Boy, had it been too long. "It’s like seein’ a ghost — a nice, slim ghost come walking back through my doors. I been alright - missin’ you too - how’ve you been? And take-out sounds good, I could eat. Your treat, big fella?” She nudged him.
Alex gave her a smile and a wink as she mentioned his loss of weight. “Heh. You forgot handsome. I’ve been good. Steady work for the most part, we got some slow days but we’ve been through that before.” He picked up the phone, bumping her lightly with his shoulder in response to her nudge. “Of course it’s my treat. Been too long since I’ve seen my favourite cowgirl. Gonna order the works, a few of everything sounds good. Maybe some of the gang will join us.”