Quote:This is still bugging me after all these years. Is Clint just a reanimated corpse like Agatha Harkness? Is that why Dr. Strange kept telling him not to look for Wanda and pursue the issue?
Quote:Is there any indication that Bendis will revisit this?
Quote:I think the intention is that Wanda CAN resurrect the dead. She's done it before with Wonder Man (although that's far more plausible, since his body is made of energy, not matter).
Quote:Thanks to House of M the story of his resurrection is impossibly complicated. I try not to think of it and go with the flow, because I like the character and I'm happy to have him back. His Disassembled death was really, really lame.
I've always wondered why she didn't reanimate her husband, The Vision, instead of creating the doppleganger form seen in H of M. That "death" made the least amount of sense to me.
The problem is this: in Disassembled, Carol suggests that Strange force Wanda to bring Clint and Scott back. Strange replies that their deaths cannot be undone. But later, Clint is brought back. But nobody thinks of tracking Wanda down and getting her to bring Scott back. Later, Loki impersonates Wanda to trick Cassie and Hank, but neither of them thinks to ask "Wanda" to bring Scott back.
In West Coast Avengers she's annoyed because people are questioning Vision's status so while they are debating getting a court order to exhume and study the Torch's remains, she basically says "enough!" and just resurrects him with her powers. No other explanation is given (not even os much as "he was not meant to work, so the hex power made him work).
Admittedly, he was an android, not a living being, but this was an android that couldn't be fixed by the Mad Thinker or