As terrible as Age of Ultron was, I will admit that I am intrigued by concepts like the real Galactus being loose in the Ultimate Universe or even the large scale consequences of Wolverine's Time/Reality Stab. Unfortunately, Angela isn't the type of character who gives me any great hope for future stories.
Besides, I wasn't really talking about the more abstract consequences of Wolverine's actions. I was talking about day to day consequences of Wolverine's actions in regards to his peers. I will admit, I am bias because I am a fan of Cyclops but I don't see how the Avengers and the world can turn their backs on Scott, yet let this one slide. Like I said, it seems very unbalanced to me. Does Wolverine get a pass because he is a member of the Avengers or can they really justify his calculated risk over Scott's?
Personally? And this is just me:
Wolverine gets a pass for any number of reasons, including the fact that if he did nothing, pretty much anybody who might judge him are all freaking dead -- Sue Storm thanked him, even though she knew exactly what he'd done both times, because now, her family's alive! If Wolverine does nothing, she's sitting in a cave in the freaking Savage Land, waiting for Ultron robots to come on in and finish the job and kill them all.
Who is in a position to judge Wolverine? The Avengers? I sure as hell hope not, considering they're the ones who turned that robot loose in the first place and never dealt with him properly.
The Fantastic Four? What the hell is Reed Richards going to say to anybody about anything? That guy's inventions and meddling -- Illuminati, anyone? Council of Reeds? -- could've killed this world 10 times over.
And if Hank McCoy so much as blinks, Wolverine should sit there and ask, "Uh, yeah. Sorry, Hank. I'm an idiot for breaking the space-time continuum. By the way, super-genius, have you seen Teenage Scott Summers today? You know, the one you plucked from time using a time platform built by the same guy as I did?"