Top 10 Dumbest Decisions In Marvel

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Just because someone is super, does not mean they are smart. Superheroes aren’t immune to some dumb decisions, and these Marvel heroes are no exception. For this list, we’re looking at the stupidest decisions made by Marvel’s legendary heroes. Only comics will be considered, so Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man can rest easy.

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Dumbest Decisions In Marvel

  1. You guys didn’t read AvX did you? The Avengers position on Hope was containment to keep her AWAY from the Phoenix Force. They never intended on killing her. And every time the Phoenix pops up, the X-Men don’t really ever handle it well. The initial Dark Phoenix Saga led to Jean Grey causing 3 populated planets to go boom. I wouldn’t call that great experience.

  2. I wouldn’t call “No More Mutants” dumb—Scarlet Witch was already emotionally unstable and then learned she had been manipulated by her brother. That immediately led to her “losing” her children. It’s an understandable outburst, the problem is just that she has reality-altering powers.

    One More Day ended so poorly that I stopped reading Spider-Man comics for 8 years.

  3. 3:39 Actually Captain America and the Avengers just wanted to talk it out. Cyclops out right attacked him.

  4. I love how in every crossover Marvel makes the side the reader is supposed to side with (or at least see as the ones in the right) act infinitely worse as the ones supposedly “wrong”. See: Civil War I & II, Avengers vs X-Men, Inhumans vs X-Men…

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