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#1 Posted by Edamame (28375 posts) - - Show Bio

Please
 
Maybe Stryfe because he wants to exact revenge on his biological parents just for not being there in his childhood? And also he wants everyone to feel his pain? Could be seen as immature.  
 
Perhaps Stryfe's arrogance can be seen as immature? "I am the most powerful mutant on the planet ... past, present and future."
 
Xavier does not seem immature to me.  
 
No spite intended. Please keep the conversation polite and proper.  Thanks.  : )

#2 Posted by starman1994 (303 posts) - - Show Bio

Deadpool, on the surface he is very immature

#3 Posted by Edamame (28375 posts) - - Show Bio
@starman1994: Interesting assessment. Because of the jokes he makes? Maybe he is just insane and not immature? Or is there a difference? I am not sure. 
#4 Posted by IrishX (2467 posts) - - Show Bio

Rockslide - because he's still young 
 

 

 

#5 Posted by Edamame (28375 posts) - - Show Bio
@IrishX: How about Carnage or Sabretooth?
#6 Posted by Emperor Gonzo Noir (18976 posts) - - Show Bio
@Edamame: how so?

#7 Posted by Edamame (28375 posts) - - Show Bio
@Emperor Gonzo Noir: Huh?
#8 Posted by The_Martian (36984 posts) - - Show Bio

Johnny Storm

#9 Posted by Emperor Gonzo Noir (18976 posts) - - Show Bio
@Edamame: how are Carnage and Sabretooth immature?
#10 Posted by Edamame (28375 posts) - - Show Bio
@Emperor Gonzo Noir: I am not sure. I would like to know.  Maybe because they like to bully people? Is bullying immature?
#11 Posted by Edamame (28375 posts) - - Show Bio
@Nobody: What about the Thing?
#12 Posted by Andferne (38808 posts) - - Show Bio

Hank Pym

#13 Posted by Edamame (28375 posts) - - Show Bio
@Andferne: May I ask how?
#14 Posted by spidey 15 (17693 posts) - - Show Bio

HT and......
#15 Edited by Andferne (38808 posts) - - Show Bio
@Edamame:  







 
#16 Edited by Edamame (28375 posts) - - Show Bio
@Andferne: Oh. LOL. I see. 
 
@spidey 15 said:

" HT and...... "


Human Torch? 
 
Interesting to see that joking is immature.  I never thought of it that way.  Will do though. Morph must be immature.
#17 Posted by Andferne (38808 posts) - - Show Bio

Iron Man (Tony Stark)
 

#18 Edited by Lokheit (489 posts) - - Show Bio
@Andferne:
This isn't Pym, is Eric O'Grady... in fact the real Pym has evolved a lot since the Mighty Avengers run, so I wouldn't call him imature (maybe only when he had this fight with Reed Richards, but it was brilliant at the end, so it doesn't count at immature :P)
#19 Posted by Andferne (38808 posts) - - Show Bio
@Lokheit: My mistake.
#20 Posted by geraldthesloth (33313 posts) - - Show Bio

Iceman, but I like it.

#21 Posted by spidey 15 (17693 posts) - - Show Bio
@Edamame said:
"@Andferne: Oh. LOL. I see. 
 
@spidey 15 said:

" HT and...... "

Human Torch?   Interesting to see that joking is immature.  I never thought of it that way.  Will do though. Morph must be immature. "

Yes!!!=]
#22 Edited by DetectiveQ (80 posts) - - Show Bio

Depends how you define immature. Batman is certainly a case for arrested development, he's obsessed with righting a wrong that occurred more than thirty years ago. (Depending on the interpretation, I guess. Arrested development Batman is more Serious House on Serious Earth than JLA.)
 
Spider-Man, for choosing his mother-figure over his marriage exhibits some classic selfish childish behavior. 
 
A case could be made for both Kyle Rayner and Guy Gardner, too. Kyle because he is so childlike and imaginative. (No one said a little immaturity is a bad thing.) Guy because he can't keep his mouth in check, and acts like a macho-alpha male to hide his general insecurities.
 
Hulk has often been compared to a child  throwing a fit.

And then there are the obvious ones: Deadpool, Ambush Bug, Great Lakes Avengers, Impulse (Bart) etc.
 
I'd disagree with your assessment of the Thing. Matter of fact, I'd say Ben was one of the most mature characters in comics, constantly making sacrifices for the greater good of his family and friends. And really, he's the most mature of the men in the FF. Reed is practically a mad scientist, and Johnny... Well, Johnny is the posterboy for immature Marvel heroes.

#23 Posted by CATMANEXE--defunct (17052 posts) - - Show Bio
Lou Martin from Major Bummer.
its an easy pick and theres not alot
to explain. he is a big kid in a superhero
body who wants nothing but to sit around and doesnt
take anything in life seriously.
#24 Posted by Edamame (28375 posts) - - Show Bio

What about Apocalypse?
 
"I want to destroy the world and re-build it in my image.  Harumph.  And only the strong can survive because I say so."
 
Or Vulcan?

#25 Posted by geraldthesloth (33313 posts) - - Show Bio

Morph is but once again, I love the character alot.

#26 Edited by kenshiroo (920 posts) - - Show Bio

Artemis, immaturely, blinded by envy and her thirst for personal ambition to become in Wonder Woman, adopted a very arrogant and childish attitude fighting against his sister Diana to displace and replace her in the JLA. Her attempt was in vain, was rejected by the JLA and very despotically was paying against her sister Diana, Artemis unfairly takes out her dirty laundry and rubs on Diana face. Arrggh, the moment I can not upload the scans, by the blessed bug I have on my pc, I'll do it later.

#27 Posted by JediXMan (31289 posts) - - Show Bio

Damian Wayne
Superman Prime (sometimes)
Vulcan
Spider-Man (post-OMD)

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#28 Posted by Edamame (28375 posts) - - Show Bio
@JediXMan: Interesting. Vulcan because he just wants to conquer?
#29 Edited by JediXMan (31289 posts) - - Show Bio
@Edamame said:

" @JediXMan: Interesting. Vulcan because he just wants to conquer? "

No. Lots of people want to conquer yet are not immature. Vulcan just fights and views his soldiers as toys and planets as play sets. And anyone that fights him is someone trying to take his toys. That really is his frame of mind, it seems.
 
Remember: he was artificially aged. While his appearance is adult, his mind is still a child.
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#30 Posted by CATMANEXE--defunct (17052 posts) - - Show Bio

Quicksilver. man...where to begin with that guy.

#31 Posted by Moomin123 (2205 posts) - - Show Bio


Kidpool. Why?...do I really need to say?
#32 Posted by Captain Koala (22 posts) - - Show Bio

Plastic Man is a fairly immature, and somewhat sleazy, chap.

#33 Posted by Edamame (28375 posts) - - Show Bio
@JediXMan said:
" @Edamame said:

" @JediXMan: Interesting. Vulcan because he just wants to conquer? "

No. Lots of people want to conquer yet are not immature. Vulcan just fights and views his soldiers as toys and planets as play sets. And anyone that fights him is someone trying to take his toys. That really is his frame of mind, it seems.  Remember: he was artificially aged. While his appearance is adult, his mind is still a child. "
Doesn't Apoc. and Magneto also see his soldiers as toys in a way? Or is this an exaggeration?
#34 Posted by IrishX (2467 posts) - - Show Bio

Maybe for Apocalypse but I wouldn't say so for Magneto. He cares more for his soldiers.
#35 Posted by JediXMan (31289 posts) - - Show Bio
@Edamame said:
" @JediXMan said:
" @Edamame said:

" @JediXMan: Interesting. Vulcan because he just wants to conquer? "

No. Lots of people want to conquer yet are not immature. Vulcan just fights and views his soldiers as toys and planets as play sets. And anyone that fights him is someone trying to take his toys. That really is his frame of mind, it seems.  Remember: he was artificially aged. While his appearance is adult, his mind is still a child. "
Doesn't Apoc. and Magneto also see his soldiers as toys in a way? Or is this an exaggeration? "
There's a difference between viewing soldiers as pawns in a game and acting like soldiers are just toys for fun. Basically, Magneto, Apocalypse, and Doom view their soldiers as expendable and just another pawn. Vulcan views them as toys; literal toys, not pieces on a galactic chess board.
 
Do you understand my meaning?
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#36 Posted by Son_of_Magnus (15040 posts) - - Show Bio

Jason todd

#37 Posted by JediXMan (31289 posts) - - Show Bio
@Son_of_Magnus said:
" Jason todd "
Perhaps (he's not as bad as Damian - the little brat)
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#38 Posted by Son_of_Magnus (15040 posts) - - Show Bio
@JediXMan said:
" @Son_of_Magnus said:
" Jason todd "
Perhaps (he's not as bad as Damian - the little brat) "
Ya I f'ing hate Damian I like Jason allot but he was immature as Robin
#39 Posted by DetectiveQ (80 posts) - - Show Bio

Damian is also 10. Jason Todd is an adult.

#40 Posted by MrMiracle77 (1659 posts) - - Show Bio

Are we talking "childish motivation" type of immaturity or "I laugh at fart jokes" immaturity?

#41 Edited by Edamame (28375 posts) - - Show Bio
@IrishX said:

" Maybe for Apocalypse but I wouldn't say so for Magneto. He cares more for his soldiers. "

Not when Magneto killed Senyaka just to display his power in front of everyone.  
@MrMiracle77 said:

" Are we talking "childish motivation" type of immaturity or "I laugh at fart jokes" immaturity? "


Up to you. Any interpretation is okay.
 
@JediXMan said:
" @Edamame said:
" @JediXMan said:
" @Edamame said:

" @JediXMan: Interesting. Vulcan because he just wants to conquer? "

No. Lots of people want to conquer yet are not immature. Vulcan just fights and views his soldiers as toys and planets as play sets. And anyone that fights him is someone trying to take his toys. That really is his frame of mind, it seems.  Remember: he was artificially aged. While his appearance is adult, his mind is still a child. "
Doesn't Apoc. and Magneto also see his soldiers as toys in a way? Or is this an exaggeration? "
There's a difference between viewing soldiers as pawns in a game and acting like soldiers are just toys for fun. Basically, Magneto, Apocalypse, and Doom view their soldiers as expendable and just another pawn. Vulcan views them as toys; literal toys, not pieces on a galactic chess board.  Do you understand my meaning? "

Like "Go Pikachu, protect my playful Legos?"
#42 Posted by GT-Man (3945 posts) - - Show Bio
@Andferne said:
"Iron Man (Tony Stark)
 
 
"


WTF mary jane had a ufair
#43 Posted by JediXMan (31289 posts) - - Show Bio
@Edamame said:  
@JediXMan said:
" @Edamame said:
" @JediXMan said:
" @Edamame said:

" @JediXMan: Interesting. Vulcan because he just wants to conquer? "

No. Lots of people want to conquer yet are not immature. Vulcan just fights and views his soldiers as toys and planets as play sets. And anyone that fights him is someone trying to take his toys. That really is his frame of mind, it seems.  Remember: he was artificially aged. While his appearance is adult, his mind is still a child. "
Doesn't Apoc. and Magneto also see his soldiers as toys in a way? Or is this an exaggeration? "
There's a difference between viewing soldiers as pawns in a game and acting like soldiers are just toys for fun. Basically, Magneto, Apocalypse, and Doom view their soldiers as expendable and just another pawn. Vulcan views them as toys; literal toys, not pieces on a galactic chess board.  Do you understand my meaning? "
Like "Go Pikachu, protect my playful Legos?" "
I don't think I understand what you mean.
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#44 Posted by Edamame (28375 posts) - - Show Bio
@JediXMan: I don't either. LOL.  Sorry. 
#45 Posted by Reactor (2664 posts) - - Show Bio
@GT-Man said:
" @Andferne said:
"Iron Man (Tony Stark)
 
"
WTF mary jane had a ufair "

That's Peter walking into the shower. Tony's is the bird.
#46 Edited by Blackestnight (572 posts) - - Show Bio
  1.  Pym,
  2. human Torch,
  3. Iceman,
  4. flash,
  5. bullseye
  6. venom
  7. deadpool
  8. namor
  9. at times wonder woman
  10. hulk
also
  •  Quicksilver
  • Hercules
  • Grundy
  • Harley Quinn
  • J.J. Jameson
  • powergirl
  • shazzam (understandably)
  • Kyle GL
#47 Posted by ComicMan24 (147037 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't think that joking is always a sign of being immature. Some times it's used to cover the pain.
#48 Posted by Decoy Elite (29923 posts) - - Show Bio
@Blackestnight: How the heck is Pym number 1 on the immature list?
#49 Posted by Black Lantern Mar-vell (2011 posts) - - Show Bio



Prime, the guys only 13 and obsessed with girls.
#50 Edited by Blackestnight (572 posts) - - Show Bio
@Decoy Elite: Pym just given how extremely intelligent he is seems like he'd be more mature since he does know better. His genius is off set by his petty jealousy, scientist supreme self patting, hitting his wife, spying on girls, childish bets on Osborn, short fused temper, not doing things purely out of spite, often acting quickly on anger when he is capable of developing masterful plans were he in control of his emotions, etc 
 
Torch is like a child and trying to argue with Spider-man who is vastly superior in intelligence, he ribs on Ben like a little brother would, and though he is an adult gets treated like a child by Reed who might as well be his step dad. 
 
Iceman is a goober I know he teaches or taught math but he's like an eternal teenager
 
Flash I think it is self evident here, though he has his grown up moments he reverts back to 7th grade around women
 
Bullseye is like an immature bully subject to hubris, and suckered into verbal jousting with ease
 
Venon as Gargon is more stupid than immature but a bit of both
 
Deadpool though capable of complex plans, has at least one of his voices as really really immature
 
Namor is a temperamental, almost brattish machoist 
 
Wonderwoman is the same as Namor only add borderline sexist as well
 
Hulk has the mentality between a 5 year old and a monkey, but because he is part banner, he isn't so much immature as he is in a rage and incapable of thiking, he does prevent himself from killing, which shows some sort of control.