Take hulk for instance, aside from cannibalizing people earlier his killed Abomination in the most brutal way possible. Or Captain America executing someone after they had already been defeated. --Previous Message--
doing what is necessary to win a fight and going to far.
: Now imagine yourself being given the powers of
: Superman. What would you do?
: One thing you definitely won't be able to do
: is to satisfy everybody. Somebody will view
: you as a hero while others label you as a
: terrorist. Why? Because you will practice
: heroism based on your own beliefs as to how
: a hero should act.
: I'm mentioning all this merely to prove a
: point, which is that in the real world, a
: true "superhero" cannot possibly
: ever exist. That's why I like the Ultimates
: so much. It feels real... from the way the
: characters respond to situations to how the
: public reacts to them as 'heroes'.
: --Previous Message--
: YEah, the only two characters in this series
: who fit the classic definition of hero are
: tHor and the Wasp and I think the Wasp only
: hasn't been denigrated because she's there
: as eye candy and a plot device rather than
: an actual character. Instead of having a
: group like the Liberators take on the team.
: maybe it would have been more interesting to
: see a team that tries to live by true heroic
: ideals battle them.
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Take hulk for instance, aside from cannibalizing people earlier his killed Abomination in the most brutal way possible. Or Captain America executing someone after they had already been defeated.
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