Date: 2010-09-12 11:33 pm (UTC)
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There is nothing wrong with dealing with strong issues like that, provided one is prepared to deal with the consequences and handle them properly, and the average superhero universe isn't set up to deal with them, it's not in their nature. A failing perhaps, but no less true for that.

The times they HAVE tried it have been, generally, unmitigated disasters; Dr Light, Deathwing, Tarantula, Mirage and so on...

The only one I can recall having any sense to impact to it was Crazy Jane in Morrison's Doom Patrol, where the long term effects of childhood abuse, and an adult rape, had caused her mind to fragment and she had to deal with that.
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