Um... this just seems awkward as hell. After all the fighting, Bishop madness, and sentinel attacks someone else wants to kill her? And it is Wolverine? Was there outrage over this? Obviously Cap doesn't want this option, but it kills me that after the Bishop madness Wolverine isn't getting flamed. He's willing to kill hope over a possibility too! In fact it seems to be the same possibility of her freaking out and killing tons of people if not the planet! I guess killing a 16 year old girl is better than the same person when they are a baby.
In advance I know the, "But Bishop destroyed alternate reality planets to try and kill her" argument will arise. But that's not what I'm arguing, because yeah, that was awful. It is just that Wolverine is doing the same thing (hell, even after he's dedicated himself to protecting children) and I'm sure the character is not going to be blasted over it. Kinda the same way Cable get a pass on attacking the Avengers for a possible future, which was the same angle Bishop took... I guess he gets a pass on the "cool guns" part...
It's pretty much like with Wiccan. He was ready to kill the Young Avengers over the possibility of Wanda coming back or Wiccan having the same powers. I just wonder how he can at the same time hang out at the Jean Grey Academy with Rachel and QQ, that make sit seem like a massive case of denial.
Yeah they are definitely not in cahoots. But I think is is funny that he waited so long to kill Hope. He saw the PF in her, but did nothing... if you have to do it anyway, why wait? It isn't like the X-men aren't going to group him with Bishop for trying to kill her.
Wolverine's not getting any passes, but he flat out promised Hope it things were bad he gut her and he did that before the school was a thing. He's just keeping his word. People are just not surprised that the killer of the group wants to, you know, actually kill.