What exactly should be the proper punishement for someone altering all of reality?So she feels bad about it forever, what consolation is that for her victims or their famililes? She killed untold amount of people world wide, several children on panel. Maybe it wasn't her intention, but everyone that hits someone with a car and kills them doesn't intend to do either but there's still consequences. It's not even that she's not facing any legal ramfications, it's that it's not even public knowledge so the loved ones of the dead don't even get an explanation for why there family members were struck down. I didn't like the direction that they took Wanda in but at least if they followed it through, like they did with the Dark Phoenix it would be worthwhile storyline.Originally Posted by MittelossThe storyline, psychologically for Wanda, was handled quite realistically- the guilt and remorse is evident even if she knows it wasn't entirely herself and it explains her actions since. Perhaps I'm not as judgmental as Scott- but whether you like it or not- Wanda will forever live with that guilt and that's the price she's payed for being selfish initially and I agree that's her punishment. She'll never be able to forgive herself I think for all the deaths, trauma and terror that happened as a result of decimation. She may be back- but I actually think things will never be the same for her unfortunately.