Dr Strange 2: In the Multiverse of Madness (Spoilers)


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Stalker0

Legend
I guess we're ignoring the whole "Let's dissect Vision's body and see if we can create a new android out of him since he wasn't a real person"?
If any hero's dissection could create a new hero to save people, why wouldn't you do it? Ignore that vision was an android, harnessing power for protection is what governmental agencies like Sword are supposed to do.
 


Stalker0

Legend
Wanda intends to keep her sitcom life sequestered from the outside and, yes, that involves keeping people there against their will.
Sorry, there's no but after that. You don't get to hold people hostage and get called a hero. Even if she was doing it to save the world people would still call her out on the moral issue there, but at least taht would be understandable. But no, she's doing it so she can live in fantasy land....its a villainous act plain and simple.
 



Sorry, there's no but after that. You don't get to hold people hostage and get called a hero. Even if she was doing it to save the world people would still call her out on the moral issue there, but at least taht would be understandable. But no, she's doing it so she can live in fantasy land....its a villainous act plain and simple.

I'd argue from the context and her reactions later that its a mentally ill act by someone who's powers pulled other people into their illness. Its not clear at all how much its really volitional in any normal sense, and her understanding later of what she's done seems to pretty strongly show that.
 

If any hero's dissection could create a new hero to save people, why wouldn't you do it? Ignore that vision was an android, harnessing power for protection is what governmental agencies like Sword are supposed to do.

Because its a gross intrusion in body autonomy without permission. You don't do it because its unethical, and if you do it anyway because you think its desirable, don't expect to be considered a good guy outside anyone who's outside the "hard men making hard decisions" ethic.
 

Stalker0

Legend
I'd argue from the context and her reactions later that its a mentally ill act by someone who's powers pulled other people into their illness. Its not clear at all how much its really volitional in any normal sense, and her understanding later of what she's done seems to pretty strongly show that.
You mean taking the super dark evil book and immediately diving into it? :) (and that's not even the movie, that's wandavision)
 


Mallus

Legend
You don't get to hold people hostage and get called a hero.
Doesn't Charles give his school to Magneto when goes off with his space girlfriend (into space)?

Doesn't the White Queen end up running it for a while?

Isn't this kinda par for the course with Marvel?
 

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