>>121521110>Yes. I'm aware. So is Eddie not facing consequences.
Take it up with Wolverine and the hundreds of ninjas he's put on a skewer who were "just doing their jobs">Saving lives outweighs jack fucking shit. With great power comes great responsibility remember? You'd get a -1 for not saving lives but that shit's a 0. Alternatively you can revive people you've killed. Door number three is burning your soul through whatever cosmic punishment is deemed appropriate for your bullshit and coming out repentant and healed, ie going through some equivalent of literal hell. Door number four is being directly forgiven by all your victims. There's all sorts of ways to balance the scales. Generic heroing isn't one of them.
No I don't remember anything about this rulebook you live by, I'm into comics for interesting characters and interesting stories, not some goofy pseudo religion or moral compass.>There are multiple full arcs where Spider-Man's investigating and disrupting normal gang bullshit.
Spider-Man never kills anybody, ultimately, he's as big of a problem as anyone else. If I were a gangster I'd fucking hope for Spider-Man, he's softer than the cops.>Shocker crimes to eat and stay out of prison. Those are both great motivations, m8. Eddie's a delusional melodramatic dipshit straight out of Shakespeare. He's a literal farce.
There are a ton of villains just like that, and almost none of them have any interesting stories, because they are just stock villains who want money. You also really can't be a super hero without being delusional and melodramatic, which is another reason Shocker or Electro would never work as heroes. They simply do not care or have a passion about anything, they would be the mall cops of super heroing if they were in the business. Not interesting and not interested, just waiting for the paycheck.