Vic8760 Money & Economics
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I've always lived by this rule, Hollywood movies or no
Superheroes don't kill.
Not directly most of the time. Except Wolverine and Deadpool.
Those aren't superheroes lol
How do you figure? Wolverine is an Xman, and Deadpool was once an Avenger.
I would consider them Anti-Heroes. Deadpool and Wolverine definitely do good and can be Heroic they kill and aren't most of the time heroic (I would put Wolverine closer to Hero than Deadpool though).
Ok, you won me over. You had valid, eloquently explained points.
Let's just take the MCU as an example.
All the hero's killed someone/thing at some point. Multiple times.
I feel like at lot of superhero movies the hero tries not to kill the villain but he usually kills himself
Nope. Try again.