Through the types of fodder recognized in comics, they're usually ALWAYS punching bags or target practice but they are considered people/living being in all aspects.
So, the question arises; are fodder innocent people?
A majority of heart-held and noble, moral characters have gone up against some of these fodderized characters and some have even gone to the extent of killing them. Now, I don't quite know if killing innocent fodder is a good thing, even if they are considered "bad guys", that's even if most are innocent. Though, we don't have a background on most fodder, it's simply implied that their death is meaningless.. unless they're innocent, of course.
For instance, if Captain America or Batman kicks someone in the face so hard they die, would they feel remorse? They wouldn't have an idea in the world who that person was, but those two characters are completely against killing..
Or if Superman speedblitzs' a bunch of gun toting bank robbers but accidentally cuts through one or kills one from too much shock.. he has no idea if they're Innocent or not.. would their death be "okay"?
Deaths are okay all over the comic book world given the character killing those certain fodder.
If Deadpool, Wolverine or Moon Knight kill off some gang bangers who sling crack or some axis soldiers but they've never done a single terrible thing in their life and perish at their weaponry. Is this considered okay on terms of death or war? That just because they're associated with an enemy means their life is meaningless?
Just a thought.