10 Times When Superheroes Saving the World Was Complicated and Controversial

You might have come across different scenes in superhero movies where the main lead gets into tricky situations. They get caught up in situations like between being a hero and dealing with controversy. Here we have some of the best times of the time when there were blurred boundaries in societal salvation, and these heroes took world-altering steps.

1. Logan (2017)

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Wolverine, also known as Logan, confronts the aftermath of the world, where he sees that there are no mutants left. So, to save the world from a dystopian future, he helped a young mutant. This brave step made him underappreciated, and he faced complexities and hardships while making this decision and saving Laura. 

2. Deadpool (2016)

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Wade Wilson took some extremely violent steps to cure the cancer. The unconventional steps and way to seek revenge for his disfigurement were considered purely evil. This character is a famous antihero, but he turns out to make a heroic step by saving a young mutant who is suffering from cancer. 

3. Wonder Woman (2017)

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Diana Prince covered herself as Wonder Woman in World War 1 to save the world and end the wars. Despite such a complicated and daring act, there were lasting challenges she faced. Some conflicts and aspects of human nature were highlighted, and Diana took many brave steps that led to controversy.

4. Batman (The Dark Knight, 2008)

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The core purpose of Batman is always serving violence to villains and evils, and that is why his character is dark and controversial. In The Dark Knight, Batman confronts Joker, who tests the ethical principles of a hero. But he took a brave yet controversial step to accept the responsibility for Harvey Dent's crimes by creating a dent in his image.

5. Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom (2023)

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Black Manta, the villain of the movie, gets defeated by Aquaman, so he acquires the power of the mythic Black Trident. To defeat him, Aquaman seeks help from Orm, the former Atlantis king, and his brother. It was a bold step as he was Aquaman's alliance and could not be trusted.

6. Black Panther (2018)

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T'Challa, the king of Wakanda and also known as Black Panther, was in a moral dilemma. In this movie, Wakanda was asked to share the technology they have with the rest of the world. But T'Challa chose isolation as he wanted to maintain the integrity and secrecy of the country.

7. Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)

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Peter Parker, in this movie, was exposed by Mysterio, so he asked Dr Strange to help him, but the spell went wrong, and the multiverse began. To save the world from chaos, Peter used a mind wipe spell that made him forget the world. He became a normal human being, but it stopped the chaos and stabilized the multiverse.

8. The Avengers (2012)

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Loki and the Chitauri try to attack the Earth, and Avengers team up to defeat them. They were successful in their mission, but meanwhile, they destroyed New York City, which leads to a question of their heroism. Despite having extraordinary powers and saving humanity, they faced challenges and critical questions about the existence of superhumans on Earth.

9. X-Men (Days of Future Past, 2014)

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In this movie, Wolverine's consciousness was sent back in history to save the future. However, the concept of time travel to change the bleak trajectory was criticized as ethically immoral. Wolverine not only faced criticism but it was also highlighted that by changing key historical events, there would be unforeseen destruction in the future.

10. The Incredibles (2004)

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The Parr family, a group of retired superheroes, was forced to again fight against a villain who used his powers to destroy the world. But their return leads to challenges and new threats. They have to face the consequences of superheroism and how people will react to the extraordinary abilities they have.

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