Amoebas wrote:It wasn't push come to shove. The moment anyone helped Wolverine use the time platform, that person(s) was guilty of murder. Any struggling with it at that very moment when Wolverine sinks his claws was artificial in my eyes.
Having Sue abet murder (twice) is indeed, as you claim, character developement. However, it's bad character develeopment that just makes her a murderer.
Exactly -- that means everybody who was there who let Wolverine go, since he didn't know how to operate the time platform, is culpable.
Again, we don't have to agree on whether it was good or bad development. But clearly, Monica Rambeau, Clint Barton, Peter Parker -- they were fine with Hank Pym getting sanctioned, and that's interesting. They've worked with him, been his teammates, and they let him get killed because it was better for them all.
I think Susan Richards made the choice that many people would've made, twice. Because what she left...it's all gone. Ultron won. He was always going to win, and if you want to tell me that it's ridiculous that everyone knew that effing robot was going to kill them all and they did nothing to find him and stop him, I'd agree with you.
But I'm hopeful that what Sue, Rambeau, Clint...I'm hoping that what they allowed to happen is explored in the future. Because just like AvsX has had lasting repercussions, so should this.