“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.” - Nelson Mandela R.I.P (18 July 1918 – 5 December 2013)
Someone once described Hank Pym as ”a mad scientist trying to be a superhero,” which is how I like to think of him. He means well, but he has a tendency to get pretty unhinged.
Hank needs more panel time with his kid, though. More time being the amazing Pym Dad.
I would argue with your characterization of Rogue as a “crazed killer.” While the results were tragic, her actions were rooted in trying to save lives. That she was unaware of the full scope of what was going on and could not trust her teammate is very much the end result of where all of the discord within the Unity Squad has led. But all that said, none of it changes that you and others are unhappy that your favorite character has met their demise, nor should you be. But this is the nature of the storytelling that we do. Every character has fans that don’t want to see anything bad happen to them, but if we followed the wishes of all of those fans, nothing interesting at all would ever happen in any of our stories. We’re telling action-adventure fantasy stories, and that involves a constant element of jeopardy and consequence for the characters involved. And just as Peter Parker can meet his end in battle with Doctor Octopus (and have his body usurped by his enemy), so too can a Rogue or a Scarlet Witch or a Wonder Man or any character come to their end if that’s where a particular story takes us—one that we feel is a story that’s worth telling.
the entire reason that iron man, cap and thor got movies is because marvel sold the rights to literally every character anyone wanted even a tiny bit to keep from going totally bankrupt and hulk,thor, iron man and cap were all that was left
and those are now characters that are headlining a billion dollar franchise and some of them are all over the place in the comics too
you can literally take just about any character and turn them A-list if you put money behind them and give them quality exposure, there is literally no excuse at this point why they can’t at least try a female or poc led movie