>>85721327>The whole point of the genre is to have modern parables teaching lessons and asking questions about morals and ethics.
Not really. Maybe partially the point, in some of the stories. And some stories have good moral quandaries, but they're not meant to be some kind of generalized point to learn from.>IS IT RIGHT OR WRONG to kill the Hulk because of something he *might* do?
It's wrong. Especially because it should've been quite easy to handle him in a way that didn't involve fucking killing him, like has been done countless fucking times before.>And Hawkeye's now got this new twist in his morality tales, he's a killer who got away with it. How does someone be a superhero with that hypocrisy hanging over his head?
Yeah, that's not going to be a thing. Just a little bit, perhaps, but not when he's headlining some book where he's the face of the poor, oppressed masses and the only one sticking up for them. And furthermore, you do know what Hawkeye's history was before he was a Superhero, right? This adds nothing new to his character, even if they were going to make "a thing" of it.>Isn't that something that needs to be explored in our modern mythologies?
Once cape comic publishers get writers capable enough to do so, sure.