So this has been bugging me since reading Miles' new book in the Main 616 Universe. It's revealed in Issues 2 and (this week's) 3 that A. Miles revealed his secret identity to Ms Marvel (aka Kamala Khan) and B. That Miles (Accoring to Ganke) has a crush on her. I think this is cute, since I think Miles and Kamala have great chemistry and are so adorable when they snark at each other, but there's one thing having me scratch my head....
....When the hell did this happen?
I've been reading All New, All Different Avengers, the new Ms Marvel Series, and Avengers Standoff (where the two barely did anything of note), Did I just overlook a panel where Miles revealed his real name to her or something? Was this something that happened off-panel or something? Any ideas would be great.
Not complaining that much, because I do like both of them and if they are going the romance route with them I wouldn't mind since, like I said, I think the two have nice chemistry together.
Well, thanks for ruining years of salvaging Iron Man's character after the Civil War debacle. How many years before he's a hero again?
And now EVERYONE ELSE can get in on the "Let's derail years of character development to make them jerks and shake things up!"
Seriously I freaking HATE these kinds of storylines. Here's how it will play out:
1. Your favorite heroes for whatever reason become evil or jerks. This lasts for a year or 3 if you're unlucky.
2. The heroes either go back to normal or come to grips with what they've become and slowly return to their heroic characters.
3. We spend 1-3 years with our redeemed heroes trying to deal with the 1-3 years of fallout of them being jerks/evil, with them trying to get their hero street cred back from the asshole civilians of the Marvel Universe who hate them even more now!
Soo is this new Captain America series happening during or after all of this "Axis" nonsense? Also, I wonder if ANYONE in Marvel thought about the unfortunate implications of revealing the first Black Captain America, and then having him immediately smack dab in the middle of a brainwashing/personality switch storyline that's left him evil/a jackass (I'm not 100% sure how far everyone's personalities were switched, since like Hobgoblin is a good guy, but he's still a hustler looking for the greenbacks). Just my two cents.
Uuugh, we have to deal with another "the heroes become evil" storyline? I freaking hate these storylines especially after they (eventually) go back to normal, they have to spend months or a years worth of issues dealing with the fallout and struggling to get back their trusted heroes titles from the public.
Why can't Marvel write good superhero stories that don't deal with our beloved heroes turning evil then having to redeem themselves over and over again?