ds615: Max Awesome: That series was always so ridiculously bleak. Everytime I read an issue I was struck by the realization that these Marvel 'heroes' were all complete psychopaths and all it took was a single slight change in events for them to freak out and start murdering everybody in sight.That's true of pretty much everyone, not just "heroes".No one is a killer until they are.And what does it take to make you one? A "slight change in events", that's all.
23FPB23: I liked this one...scary stuff for a 12-year old during the Cold War. Funny how its one of those things that is applicable all over again today.[2.bp.blogspot.com image 263x400]
sure haven't: So... The Punisher can kill spider-man now?I know it's just a "what if", but if you're going to make it ridiculous, then what's the point?
Dimensio: Was not one of the more "depressing" stories of the "What-if" series the story that featured Peter Parker entirely abandoning his creed of "with great power comes great responsibility" by rejecting any responsibility for a fatal injury caused to his Aunt may that was a consequence of him revealing his secret identity, and instead making a deal with Mephisto to erase his entire marital history with Mary Jane?
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