I used to have alot of Lego when I was a kid. A lot. A minority of it was disassembled and used to build new stuff. The vast majority of it was in the structures it was bought as.
I think the philosphy changes where you step over a threshold, when you have invested a certain bit of your money and emotions into it. After that the allure of constantly creating and recreating is the most fun in a confined space. It doesn't dictacte the way you sue lego anymore. It's a part of it but the largest fun was building these structures and assembleing my city, my spaceships or my castles. Then I would play with them. Sometimes with pieces I assembled from the pile ans sometimes with the ones that where part of the structures.
For me that same philosphy holds true for comics. Some structures are never going to be as fun or satisfying if you tear them down and rebuild them. I bought them becasue they where what they where. the lure of picking it apart and building something new never resulted in something better.
You need some pieces to create to add new stuff and embelish the current structures but the focus was on the models that where timeless.
I am never supportive of turning characters evil. Sending some to limbo.
I gave equall attention to all my legomodels. never tearing something apart just to add to the pile of creating-blocks. If peices where needed they could be bought as seperates.
On Comics I hold the same belief. Don't buy(=create, for a company) something you don't want just to tear it down later. Don't destroy to create. Add to create and make sure that all parts are being used. Maybe not at the same day but at the end of the month I pretty much had played with all my lego pieces.