- Jean Grey/Wanda Maximoff
- Jean Grey VS Scarlet Witch
- Things Marvel wants you to forget about Scarlet Witch
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Jean Grey/Wanda Maximoff
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Jean Grey VS Scarlet Witch
Scarlet Witch is a fictional superheroine appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character has since starred in two self-titled limited series with husband the Vision , and has historically been depicted as a regular team member in superhero title The Avengers. She has numerous alternative versions throughout the Marvel Comics multiverse.
Things Marvel wants you to forget about Scarlet Witch
As she was not always in control of her magic, she would often use it unconsciously, which had detrimental effects on the world and the people around her. Scarlet Witch and her twin brother, Quicksilver, began their mutant career with The Brotherhood of Evil and eventually switched loyalties and joined the Avengers. However, after several weeks, neither Doctor Strange, Charles, or Magneto can help her control her abilities. The X-Men and the Avengers convene, and Quicksilver overhears them discussing killing the Scarlet Witch because she is too dangerous. Quicksilver leaves them and goes to Genosha, where he convinces the Scarlet Witch to create a reality in which the Homo Superior mutants rule over the homo sapiens.
These were my first tow comic book crushes, but I have to say that the Silver Age Jean didn't have much personality, so I'd have to choose Wanda there, but, like Colin, I think I'd go with Jean in the Bronze Age if only for the cool Phoenix costume though the Neal Adams era green skirt costume was pretty cool, too as well as the wonderful stories she was a part of. To answer the question I'll say Wanda. Maybe because like dbutler, she was my first comic book crush as I grew up with the Engelhart Avengers and kooky quartet reprints. But both of them got much better treatment post Silver Age than they got from Stan the Man. Most all of Stan's superhero women were portrayed as pretty much 2nd class citizens who deferred to stronger male figures.