Grayson wrote:Also, can anybody explain to me why Carol Danvers was back in her Ms. Marvel costume? How about why everybody is ok with the fact that Wolverine literally killed time? I am really interested to see how/if they are going to try and justify that one.
She was in her Ms. Marvel costume because that's what she was wearing at the time that battle with Ultron took place, in Avengers 12.1. Time has been broken, though, because that's not how that battle went -- in that battle, Ultron fled.
And they should be OK with the fact that Wolverine killed time, for one huge reason: They've all done it. Bendis wrote a sequence in the issue that clearly stated that they all knew the risks of time travel yet continued to do it with total disregard to that consequence. Just because Wolverine was the last to do it and was the straw that broke the camel's back -- in order to save humanity, mind you -- doesn't make it worse than when supposedly educated men like Reed Richards, Tony Stark and Hank McCoy have done it just for the hell of it.
Though I realize that explaining this stuff is pointless -- every time I answer questions that are clearly addressed in the series, people act like it's the first time they've ever read a comic book.
Krypton doesn't exist. There are no little solar-battery babies named Kal-El who got to rocket through hyperspace before it exploded.
And we're OK with that. But Wolverine using an old Doctor Doom time machine and actually breaking the space-time continuum -- a trope I've heard for at least 30 years?
Well, hell. Can't believe that. Impossible. Couldn't have happened.