History DieForOurShip / ComicBooks

27th Jan '17 1:33:08 PM NervousShark
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* ''ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan'' has relatively little of this despite the [[LoveTriangle love quadrangle]] around Spider-Man, since the fans are fond of both the love quadrangle and its participants. There is, however, a small vocal band of Mary Jane haters who usually ship Peter/Kitty; they were most active during a short period following the Clone saga. The addition of Jessica Drew, [[FetishFuel Peter's genetically engineered female clone]], has led to a lot of [[SlashFic opportunities for alternate pairings]] for girls not currently involved with Peter.

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* ''ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan'' has relatively little of this despite the [[LoveTriangle love quadrangle]] around Spider-Man, since the fans are fond of both the love quadrangle and its participants. There is, however, a small vocal band of Mary Jane haters who usually ship Peter/Kitty; they were most active during a short period following the Clone saga. The addition of Jessica Drew, [[FetishFuel Peter's genetically engineered female clone]], clone, has led to a lot of [[SlashFic opportunities for alternate pairings]] for girls not currently involved with Peter.
15th Jan '17 10:35:43 AM DustSnitch
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* The LoveTriangle [[HeroesWantRedheads Jean Grey]] / [[TheStoic Cyclops]] / Wolverine from ''Comicbook/XMen'' has long been a complicated storm of controversy. Many fans have shipped ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} /Jean Grey since the day Wolverine joined the X-Men, but Marvel has long refused to give into fan demands. So fans engage in Scott ''and'' Jean bashing. Marvel has also changed Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} (first [[spoiler: having him abandon his wife Madelyne Pryor and newborn son Nathan Summers, something not even ''Jean'' approved of]] and later [[spoiler: dealing with his post-traumatic astral possession stress by psychically sleeping with reformed villainess Emma Frost (who was also changed into a JerkSue), who agreed to the sort of kinky sex/role-playing Jean refused to engage in -- while they portrayed Comicbook/JeanGrey as a [[PuritySue forgiving and enabling saint]] who ultimately gave her blessing to Scott and Emma on her deathbed)]]. Meanwhile, perhaps spurred by those who dislike the often [[DoubleStandard misogynistic views upon marriage]] that Marvel takes (that is, it's always the woman's fault if a marriage fails in a Marvel Comic), Marvel in recent years have portrayed Wolverine as [[spoiler: refusing to consider a relationship with Jean out of respect for Scott, even going as far as to reject a desperate Jean's advances when she confided to Wolverine that Scott was refusing to touch her sexually]]. So, the BadAss is "always right," and his love rival is "always wrong". <sigh>

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* The LoveTriangle [[HeroesWantRedheads Jean Grey]] / [[TheStoic Cyclops]] / Wolverine from ''Comicbook/XMen'' has long been a complicated storm of controversy. Many fans have shipped ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} /Jean Grey since the day Wolverine joined the X-Men, but Marvel has long refused to give into fan demands. So fans engage in Scott ''and'' Jean bashing. Marvel has also changed Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} (first [[spoiler: having him abandon his wife Madelyne Pryor and newborn son Nathan Summers, something not even ''Jean'' approved of]] and later [[spoiler: dealing with his post-traumatic astral possession stress by psychically sleeping with reformed villainess Emma Frost (who was also changed into a JerkSue), who agreed to the sort of kinky sex/role-playing Jean refused to engage in -- while they portrayed Comicbook/JeanGrey as a [[PuritySue forgiving and enabling saint]] who ultimately gave her blessing to Scott and Emma on her deathbed)]]. Meanwhile, perhaps spurred by those who dislike the often [[DoubleStandard misogynistic views upon marriage]] that Marvel takes (that is, it's always the woman's fault if a marriage fails in a Marvel Comic), Marvel in recent years have portrayed Wolverine as [[spoiler: refusing to consider a relationship with Jean out of respect for Scott, even going as far as to reject a desperate Jean's advances when she confided to Wolverine that Scott was refusing to touch her sexually]]. So, the BadAss badass is "always right," and his love rival is "always wrong". <sigh>



** Exceptions: Steve Trevor due to GrandfatherClause (though he's not an option post-''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''), Superman (although the presence of Lois means that's limited to Elseworlds), and Batman (for [[BadAss obvious]] [[EnsembleDarkhorse reasons]]).

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** Exceptions: Steve Trevor due to GrandfatherClause (though he's not an option post-''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''), Superman (although the presence of Lois means that's limited to Elseworlds), and Batman (for [[BadAss obvious]] obvious [[EnsembleDarkhorse reasons]]).
26th Sep '16 3:37:39 AM Tron80
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* The LoveTriangle [[HeroesWantRedheads Jean Grey]] / [[TheStoic Cyclops]] / Wolverine from ''Comicbook/XMen'' has long been a complicated storm of controversy. Many fans have shipped ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} /Jean Grey since the day Wolverine joined the X-Men, but Marvel has long refused to give into fan demands. So fans engage in Scott ''and'' Jean bashing. Marvel has also changed Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} (first [[spoiler: having him abandon his wife Madelyne Pryor and newborn son Nathan Summers, something not even ''Jean'' approved of]] and later [[spoiler: dealing with his post-traumatic astral possession stress by psychically sleeping with reformed villainess Emma Frost (who was also changed into a TsundereSue), who agreed to the sort of kinky sex/role-playing Jean refused to engage in -- while they portrayed Jean Grey as a [[PuritySue forgiving and enabling saint]] who ultimately gave her blessing to Scott and Emma on her deathbed)]]. Meanwhile, perhaps spurred by those who dislike the often [[DoubleStandard misogynistic views upon marriage]] that Marvel takes (that is, it's always the woman's fault if a marriage fails in a Marvel Comic), Marvel in recent years have portrayed Wolverine as [[spoiler: refusing to consider a relationship with Jean out of respect for Scott, even going as far as to reject a desperate Jean's advances when she confided to Wolverine that Scott was refusing to touch her sexually]]. So, the BadAss is "always right," and his love rival is "always wrong". <sigh>

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* The LoveTriangle [[HeroesWantRedheads Jean Grey]] / [[TheStoic Cyclops]] / Wolverine from ''Comicbook/XMen'' has long been a complicated storm of controversy. Many fans have shipped ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} /Jean Grey since the day Wolverine joined the X-Men, but Marvel has long refused to give into fan demands. So fans engage in Scott ''and'' Jean bashing. Marvel has also changed Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} (first [[spoiler: having him abandon his wife Madelyne Pryor and newborn son Nathan Summers, something not even ''Jean'' approved of]] and later [[spoiler: dealing with his post-traumatic astral possession stress by psychically sleeping with reformed villainess Emma Frost (who was also changed into a TsundereSue), JerkSue), who agreed to the sort of kinky sex/role-playing Jean refused to engage in -- while they portrayed Jean Grey Comicbook/JeanGrey as a [[PuritySue forgiving and enabling saint]] who ultimately gave her blessing to Scott and Emma on her deathbed)]]. Meanwhile, perhaps spurred by those who dislike the often [[DoubleStandard misogynistic views upon marriage]] that Marvel takes (that is, it's always the woman's fault if a marriage fails in a Marvel Comic), Marvel in recent years have portrayed Wolverine as [[spoiler: refusing to consider a relationship with Jean out of respect for Scott, even going as far as to reject a desperate Jean's advances when she confided to Wolverine that Scott was refusing to touch her sexually]]. So, the BadAss is "always right," and his love rival is "always wrong". <sigh>



*** There are actually a fair number of Wonder Woman/Superman shippers (not ''nearly'' enough to outnumber the Clark/Lois fans, but they exist) who excitedly fantasize about the possibility of Clark and Diana getting married and giving rise to a dynasty of Kryptonian/Amazonian super-babies. Bonus points if their first super-baby is a daughter who can grow up to inherit the mantle of Queen of Themyscira AND the mantle of Last Daughter of Krypton ({{Supergirl}} is either conveniently ignored, or goes into retirement so that Clark and Diana's daughter can become the new Supergirl). These fans unsurprisingly vilify ComicBook/LoisLane as an evil, shrill gold-digging "mere mortal" who is holding Clark back from realizing that his true love is Diana, and conjecture that Clark is only truly happy when he gets out of the house and goes on missions with Diana.

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*** There are actually a fair number of Wonder Woman/Superman shippers (not ''nearly'' enough to outnumber the Clark/Lois fans, but they exist) who excitedly fantasize about the possibility of Clark and Diana getting married and giving rise to a dynasty of Kryptonian/Amazonian super-babies. Bonus points if their first super-baby is a daughter who can grow up to inherit the mantle of Queen of Themyscira AND the mantle of Last Daughter of Krypton ({{Supergirl}} (Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} is either conveniently ignored, or goes into retirement so that Clark and Diana's daughter can become the new Supergirl). These fans unsurprisingly vilify ComicBook/LoisLane as an evil, shrill gold-digging "mere mortal" who is holding Clark back from realizing that his true love is Diana, and conjecture that Clark is only truly happy when he gets out of the house and goes on missions with Diana.



** [[ComicBook/{{New52}} And now in the main verse too!]] Lois has been seeing someone else, so that means Superman can pursue a relationship with Wonder Woman.
* Happened IN-CANON to Lana in "ComicBook/WhateverHappenedToTheManOfTomorrow", the official ending of Silver-Age Superman. Lana was fried by Lightning Lord so that Lois and de-powered Clark could live their life together in the end.
* DieForOurShip apparently ''canonically'' happened with the death of Gwen Stacy in ''{{Spider-Man}}'': [[WordOfDante Supposedly, writer Gerry Conway has stated]] that a big reason for killing her off was that he felt Peter and Mary Jane deserved to be together. The passing of four decades and counting has yet to defuse the debate among the fans themselves.

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** [[ComicBook/{{New52}} And now in the main verse too!]] Lois has been seeing someone else, so that means Superman can pursue a relationship with Wonder Woman.
* Happened IN-CANON to Lana Comicbook/LanaLang in "ComicBook/WhateverHappenedToTheManOfTomorrow", the official ending of Silver-Age Superman. Lana was fried by Lightning Lord so that Lois and de-powered Clark could live their life together in the end.
* DieForOurShip apparently ''canonically'' happened with the death of Gwen Stacy in ''{{Spider-Man}}'': Franchise/SpiderMan: [[WordOfDante Supposedly, writer Gerry Conway has stated]] that a big reason for killing her off was that he felt Peter and Mary Jane deserved to be together. The passing of four decades and counting has yet to defuse the debate among the fans themselves.
7th Jul '16 3:27:35 PM margdean56
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* DieForOurShip apparently ''canonically'' happened with the death of Gwen Stacy in ''{{Spider-Man}}'': [[WordOfDante Suposedly, writer Gerry Conway has stated]] that a big reason for killing her off was that he felt Peter and Mary Jane deserved to be together. The passing of four decades and counting has yet to defuse the debate among the fans themselves.

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* DieForOurShip apparently ''canonically'' happened with the death of Gwen Stacy in ''{{Spider-Man}}'': [[WordOfDante Suposedly, Supposedly, writer Gerry Conway has stated]] that a big reason for killing her off was that he felt Peter and Mary Jane deserved to be together. The passing of four decades and counting has yet to defuse the debate among the fans themselves.



** Conversely, if you ship Harley with anyone else, be prepared to duck. There are some [[VocalMinority fringe extremist]] Harley/Joker fangirls will attack you and whatever character you ship her with - violently. This would probably embarrass most Harley/Joker shippers.

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** Conversely, if you ship Harley with anyone else, be prepared to duck. There are some [[VocalMinority fringe extremist]] Harley/Joker fangirls will attack you and whatever character you ship her with - -- violently. This would probably embarrass most Harley/Joker shippers.
7th Jul '16 3:22:37 PM margdean56
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* In the ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'' fandom, [[HoYay Rorshach/Dan]] shippers tend to turn Dan's [[OfficialCouple canon]] LoveInterest, Laurie, into either a) a shrieking harpy who either b) dies horribly or c) turns into a supervillian. Or all three. This allows Dan to be with his true love, Rorshach...who is a homophobic, right-wing ugly nutjob who never bathes and has NoSocialSkills. Oh, fandom.
** The fact that Dan and Laurie didn't have a true relationship until the very end of ''Watchmen'' (they were FriendsWithBenefits at best before the climax of the story) means that desperate Dan/Rorshach shippers not only have to break Dan and Laurie up, but come up with a workable way to ''resurrect Rorshach from death by '''molecular dispersal''''' (with the one man plausibly able to do so having left the planet, and also just happens to have been Rorshach's killer in the first place). This speaks volumes about the skewed mentality of the Die For Our Shippers.
* ''Comicbook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog:

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* In the ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'' fandom, [[HoYay Rorshach/Dan]] Rorschach/Dan]] shippers tend to turn Dan's [[OfficialCouple canon]] LoveInterest, Laurie, into either a) a shrieking harpy who either b) dies horribly or c) turns into a supervillian.supervillain. Or all three. This allows Dan to be with his true love, Rorshach...Rorschach...who is a homophobic, right-wing ugly nutjob who never bathes and has NoSocialSkills. Oh, fandom.
** The fact that Dan and Laurie didn't have a true relationship until the very end of ''Watchmen'' (they were FriendsWithBenefits at best before the climax of the story) means that desperate Dan/Rorshach Dan/Rorschach shippers not only have to break Dan and Laurie up, but come up with a workable way to ''resurrect Rorshach Rorschach from death by '''molecular dispersal''''' (with the one man plausibly able to do so having left the planet, and also just happens to have been Rorshach's killer in the first place). This speaks volumes about the skewed mentality of the Die For Our Shippers.
* ''Comicbook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog:''Comicbook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog'':



** While few shippers kill them in fic, shipping Diana with Clark or Bruce is still a huge BrokenBase issue and a great way to start a [[InternetBackdraft flame war]] at any comics forum. Rama and Io, on the other hand, Diana's two most obscure suitors (one was in a storyarc nobody read, and the other is a female love interest [[HideYourLesbians too subtle for most fans to pick up on]]), are generally liked by anyone who's heard of them and are probably protected from this mostly because most fans aren't aware of them.

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** While few shippers kill them in fic, shipping Diana with Clark or Bruce is still a huge BrokenBase issue and a great way to start a [[InternetBackdraft flame war]] at any comics forum. Rama and Io, on the other hand, Diana's two most obscure suitors (one was in a storyarc story arc nobody read, and the other is a female love interest [[HideYourLesbians too subtle for most fans to pick up on]]), are generally liked by anyone who's heard of them and are probably protected from this mostly because most fans aren't aware of them.
27th May '16 2:19:01 PM Doug86
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* The LoveTriangle [[HeroesWantRedheads Jean Grey]] / [[TheStoic Cyclops]] / Wolverine from ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' has long been a complicated storm of controversy. Many fans have shipped ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} /Jean Grey since the day Wolverine joined the X-Men, but Marvel has long refused to give into fan demands. So fans engage in Scott ''and'' Jean bashing. Marvel has also changed Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} (first [[spoiler: having him abandon his wife Madelyne Pryor and newborn son Nathan Summers, something not even ''Jean'' approved of]] and later [[spoiler: dealing with his post-traumatic astral possession stress by psychically sleeping with reformed villainess Emma Frost (who was also changed into a TsundereSue), who agreed to the sort of kinky sex/role-playing Jean refused to engage in -- while they portrayed Jean Grey as a [[PuritySue forgiving and enabling saint]] who ultimately gave her blessing to Scott and Emma on her deathbed)]]. Meanwhile, perhaps spurred by those who dislike the often [[DoubleStandard misogynistic views upon marriage]] that Marvel takes (that is, it's always the woman's fault if a marriage fails in a Marvel Comic), Marvel in recent years have portrayed Wolverine as [[spoiler: refusing to consider a relationship with Jean out of respect for Scott, even going as far as to reject a desperate Jean's advances when she confided to Wolverine that Scott was refusing to touch her sexually]]. So, the BadAss is "always right," and his love rival is "always wrong". <sigh>

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* The LoveTriangle [[HeroesWantRedheads Jean Grey]] / [[TheStoic Cyclops]] / Wolverine from ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' ''Comicbook/XMen'' has long been a complicated storm of controversy. Many fans have shipped ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} /Jean Grey since the day Wolverine joined the X-Men, but Marvel has long refused to give into fan demands. So fans engage in Scott ''and'' Jean bashing. Marvel has also changed Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} (first [[spoiler: having him abandon his wife Madelyne Pryor and newborn son Nathan Summers, something not even ''Jean'' approved of]] and later [[spoiler: dealing with his post-traumatic astral possession stress by psychically sleeping with reformed villainess Emma Frost (who was also changed into a TsundereSue), who agreed to the sort of kinky sex/role-playing Jean refused to engage in -- while they portrayed Jean Grey as a [[PuritySue forgiving and enabling saint]] who ultimately gave her blessing to Scott and Emma on her deathbed)]]. Meanwhile, perhaps spurred by those who dislike the often [[DoubleStandard misogynistic views upon marriage]] that Marvel takes (that is, it's always the woman's fault if a marriage fails in a Marvel Comic), Marvel in recent years have portrayed Wolverine as [[spoiler: refusing to consider a relationship with Jean out of respect for Scott, even going as far as to reject a desperate Jean's advances when she confided to Wolverine that Scott was refusing to touch her sexually]]. So, the BadAss is "always right," and his love rival is "always wrong". <sigh>
13th May '16 8:27:43 AM Pichu-kun
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* The [[ArchieComics Archie]] ''[[Comicbook/SonicTheHedgehog Sonic]]'' fandom's attitude towards Sally Acorn gets this way from time to time with Sonic/Amy and Sonic/Mina fans, especially during Sally's {{Chickification}} stage a few years back. Whole [[{{Hatedom}} fan groups]] were dedicated to drawing/writing her getting [[{{Gorn}} murdered and mutilated]] in [[SeriousBusiness various ways]].

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* ''Comicbook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog:
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The [[ArchieComics Archie]] ''[[Comicbook/SonicTheHedgehog Sonic]]'' fandom's attitude towards Sally Acorn gets this way from time to time with Sonic/Amy and Sonic/Mina fans, especially during Sally's {{Chickification}} stage a few years back. Whole [[{{Hatedom}} fan groups]] were dedicated to drawing/writing her getting [[{{Gorn}} murdered and mutilated]] in [[SeriousBusiness various ways]].ways]].
** Sally Acorn fans are known to bash Amy for her crush on Sonic and her fangirlish behavior, even in universes where Sally ''doesn't exist'' such as in the games or in ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom''.



** There are also some people who feel Wally should date another fellow superhero in general, as opposed to BadassNormal Linda Park. One strange pairing is Wally West/Jesse Quick, which was even present in-universe; Jay Garrick says that a lot of Wally's friends hoped the two would get together. The two can't stand each other, but hey, Shipping Goggles.

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** There are also some people who feel Wally should date another fellow superhero in general, as opposed to BadassNormal Linda Park. One strange pairing is Wally West/Jesse Quick, which was even present in-universe; Jay Garrick says that a lot of Wally's friends hoped the two would get together. The two can't stand each other, but hey, Shipping Goggles.Goggles.
* ''Franchise/ArchieComics'' is well-known for the decades long BettyAndVeronica love triangle. Naturally this has occured:
** Betty has overwhelmingly become the preferred girl due to being a sweet GirlNextDoor. Betty/Archie fans who demonize Veronica as a SpoiledBrat and a RichBitch aren't uncommon. This even extends to [[ComicBook/AfterlifeWithArchie some]] [[Series/{{Riverdale}} adaptations]] that [[AdaptationalVillainy exaggerate]] her negative aspects.
** On the other side, some Veronica/Archie supporters will consider DumbBlonde and a {{yandere}}. Betty hasn't been that obsessive over Archie [[CharacterizationMarchesOn in decades]].
** Cheryl has been very controversial from the start due to being the ThirdOptionLoveInterest for Archie. Shippers often hate her for being a JerkAss or call her "too sexy".
24th Apr '16 9:04:09 AM XSpectreGreyX
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* When it comes to TheFlash, as detailed above, Wally West fans that don't accept Linda as his wife have preferred she'd get out of the way for their own favorite love interest. This can include such options as Raven, Magenta, or Donna Troy (who he had an unrequited crush for).

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* When it comes to TheFlash, as detailed above, Wally West fans that don't accept Linda as his wife have preferred she'd get out of the way for their own favorite love interest. This can include such options as Raven, Magenta, or Donna Troy (who he had an unrequited crush for).for).
** There are also some people who feel Wally should date another fellow superhero in general, as opposed to BadassNormal Linda Park. One strange pairing is Wally West/Jesse Quick, which was even present in-universe; Jay Garrick says that a lot of Wally's friends hoped the two would get together. The two can't stand each other, but hey, Shipping Goggles.
22nd Dec '15 11:54:18 AM Discar
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* The LoveTriangle [[HeroesWantRedheads Jean Grey]] / [[TheStoic Cyclops]] / [[AntiSue Wolverine]] from ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' has long been a complicated storm of controversy. Many fans have shipped ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} /Jean Grey since the day Wolverine joined the X-Men, but Marvel has long refused to give into fan demands. So fans engage in Scott ''and'' Jean bashing. Marvel has also changed Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} (first [[spoiler: having him abandon his wife Madelyne Pryor and newborn son Nathan Summers, something not even ''Jean'' approved of]] and later [[spoiler: dealing with his post-traumatic astral possession stress by psychically sleeping with reformed villainess Emma Frost (who was also changed into a TsundereSue), who agreed to the sort of kinky sex/role-playing Jean refused to engage in -- while they portrayed Jean Grey as a [[PuritySue forgiving and enabling saint]] who ultimately gave her blessing to Scott and Emma on her deathbed)]]. Meanwhile, perhaps spurred by those who dislike the often [[DoubleStandard misogynistic views upon marriage]] that Marvel takes (that is, it's always the woman's fault if a marriage fails in a Marvel Comic), Marvel in recent years have portrayed Wolverine as [[spoiler: refusing to consider a relationship with Jean out of respect for Scott, even going as far as to reject a desperate Jean's advances when she confided to Wolverine that Scott was refusing to touch her sexually]]. So, the BadAss is "always right," and his love rival is "always wrong". <sigh>

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* The LoveTriangle [[HeroesWantRedheads Jean Grey]] / [[TheStoic Cyclops]] / [[AntiSue Wolverine]] Wolverine from ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' has long been a complicated storm of controversy. Many fans have shipped ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} /Jean Grey since the day Wolverine joined the X-Men, but Marvel has long refused to give into fan demands. So fans engage in Scott ''and'' Jean bashing. Marvel has also changed Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} (first [[spoiler: having him abandon his wife Madelyne Pryor and newborn son Nathan Summers, something not even ''Jean'' approved of]] and later [[spoiler: dealing with his post-traumatic astral possession stress by psychically sleeping with reformed villainess Emma Frost (who was also changed into a TsundereSue), who agreed to the sort of kinky sex/role-playing Jean refused to engage in -- while they portrayed Jean Grey as a [[PuritySue forgiving and enabling saint]] who ultimately gave her blessing to Scott and Emma on her deathbed)]]. Meanwhile, perhaps spurred by those who dislike the often [[DoubleStandard misogynistic views upon marriage]] that Marvel takes (that is, it's always the woman's fault if a marriage fails in a Marvel Comic), Marvel in recent years have portrayed Wolverine as [[spoiler: refusing to consider a relationship with Jean out of respect for Scott, even going as far as to reject a desperate Jean's advances when she confided to Wolverine that Scott was refusing to touch her sexually]]. So, the BadAss is "always right," and his love rival is "always wrong". <sigh>
13th Dec '15 7:35:10 PM nombretomado
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** In typical Creator/MarkMillar fashion, ''[[UltimateXMen Ultimate X-Men]]'' had the "cool guy" Wolverine not only take Jean Grey's virginity, but also [[MurderTheHypotenuse STAB the nerdy, put-upon "loser" Ultimate Cyclops and leave him to die]] to ensure that Jean would be his and his alone. And the FanDumb ''rejoiced''!

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** In typical Creator/MarkMillar fashion, ''[[UltimateXMen Ultimate X-Men]]'' ''ComicBook/UltimateXMen'' had the "cool guy" Wolverine not only take Jean Grey's virginity, but also [[MurderTheHypotenuse STAB the nerdy, put-upon "loser" Ultimate Cyclops and leave him to die]] to ensure that Jean would be his and his alone. And the FanDumb ''rejoiced''!
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