For starters I'm not talking about kill-ability, just growing old. The term immortal in comics and other media seems to be tossed around a fair amount, about characters that clearly seem to be getting old. So can you help me understand if this is just an improper term, and who is really immortal? Highlander, or one of their ilk, once they have their first human death, that's it they never age. Die at 20, you look 20 forever. I think the same goes for marvel's externals. But the other immortals, in general the gods, seem nothing of the kind. Zeus, Odin, Highfather. They all have gone grey, definitely don't seem to be young men. That doesn't seem like immortality at all, just really long life. Am I wrong? I hate to see what that longevity is like at the end" 1000 years of being like a 90 year old? A walker, depends and forgetfulness? Also, same deal for Wolverine. They toss around immortal these days, but in Old man logan he's gone grey, so he's aging too.
Does anyone else have the good kind of immortality, not the bogus stuff where you get old?