So I was just thinking, about the Uncanny Avengers line-up, and while I enjoy the Apocalypse Twins story, I think that UA team doesn't really fit in. By members, I mean. Think about it, this is a team that supposed to improve mutant\human relations, while the team-members are Havok - mutant terrorist's brother; Scarlet Witch that tried to wipe her own species, I mean what mutant will trust a team with her?; Rogue - a former terrorist, yes she is rehabilitated, but you know how propaganda works; and Wolverine, a man that killed more than the Punisher (who is wanted by the government) and messed up so many times, people stopped counting. I understand writers don't think this way, when they assemble a team with the characters they just want, but what's about some logic?
My question is, was it natural character development to make Havok a leader of that team? I mean, didn't he leave the X-Men to kill his brother is space? And wasn't he like a ruthless MF in 90s? Is that natural character evolution for him? I just can't stop feeling it's kinda forced.
I want to hear your thoughts guys, if you feel anything like this happens to a character and you don't feel like it was natural or maybe vice versa. Let's talk about good\bad character development.