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Reverend Meteor

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FirstChAoS

Subj: Re: what is the problem with wolverine
Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 at 01:47:36 pm EDT (Viewed 10 times)
Reply Subj: Re: what is the problem with wolverine
Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 at 11:55:06 am EDT (Viewed 198 times)



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        In AvX he tried to kill Hope Summers now he killed Hank Pym what his problem

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        I've never been a fan so to me the problem has always been Wolverine himself.



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    Me too. I never liked dark and gritty vigilantes and killers, and after about a year of buying guest appearances when I was new to comics as fans said they'd be worth money, I learned to buy what I like.


I'll be honest...in the real world I would be all for vigilantes. I don't have a moral problem with vigilantes. It's just they're usually not that interesting to read about or watch on television.

Neither are the villains like Carnage who have no redeeming qualities and just like to slaughter people.

I want a flawed hero or a complex villain.





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    In my opinion wolverine represents alot of what is wrong with comics these days. He is a gritty killer, over exposed, and forced onto every book. A forced dark and gritty tone and killing is way too common in comics these days and I hate it. Wolverine is like the living representative of this trend.


Yeah I'm not a fan of dark and gritty either. I don't mind that every now and then a hero realizes he has to kill someone to do the greater good in a specific situation. But it gets annoying when a single character always ends up being the one to make that decision...after a while it's like hey maybe you're too quick to stab your friends to death Logan.


I feel like Wolverine being granted an Avengers membership is a tacit endorsement of his brand of his justice. The Avengers should be ashamed. They've given countless others the lecture about not killing criminals and here they have Wolverine who keeps on doing it. He doesn't want to modify his behavior or redeem himself...he's just going to keep being himself and the Avengers are going to keep looking the other way. The Avengers are officially part of the problem now.


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