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Marriages can't work in Marvel especially with the offices so divided up that they can't crossover characters (Except Wolverine of course) to other departments without it being the end of the world.
The Black Panther and Storm marriage was a case study for how Marvel feels about marriage among other things... AHEM (Race card alert).
The best chance is for a writer to invent a character that is in house and exclusive to that particular franchise with a no touch option for any other office to use... Hence Sue Storm can't suddenly marry Captain America (Avengers franchise) which would take her away from the Fantastics Four franchise that she is a cornerstone of without internal/external boycotts like the ones Black Panther and Storm received when they got hitched.
Kanye West: "Marvel Comics does not like Black Panther!"
I am a T.R.O.L.L.... Totally Ruling On Line Linguistics!
You're so vain... I bet you think this post is about you don't you!
Ah yes, Reed and Sue, Marvel's First Family, if characters were more like them then...zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz....
Being Invisible Sue does get around when people aren't looking and she does have a thing for Doom
Originally Posted by The Black Guardian
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Insane Wanda, the Scarlet Witch is crazy
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the New Mutants grew up. remember Rahne Sinclair? she had a kid. Sunspot and Cannonball have become Avengers. so time has definately passed.
Johnny Storm was dead; who is this resurrected Johnny Storm?
"Here, hold my Annihilus…" Johnny Storm, Fantastic Four #601
Reed and Sue are the greatest couple of Marvel. No matter what they say, has been done and always will.
The scene of Sue with Namor and T'Challa are not canon. The whole plot of these books did not affect anything in the main book
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I see Sue not only as having the pants in the relationship, but knowing she does. I think she must get her jollies and a sense of control knowing no other woman would marry Reed unless they were gold digging. Sue strikes me as the type of woman who needs to be needed and seeks out relationships where her partner is going to be at least somewhat dependent on her. Basically she's a Myers-Briggs ISFJ.
Reed is INTJ (or INTP), which makes the relationships in his life hard from the get go. He doesn't deal well with the illogical variables in relationships because they confuse and frustrate him, so he doesn't extend the trust he ought to. He's too busy trying to understand what's happening around him to pay attention to others emotions. He tries, god knows, but Reed is not marriage material; he likes his workshop and machines too much.
I think comics would chug along just fine, no worse for wear.