One thing I have often admired about Hercules even mythological is his his generally more morally upstanding character than many Greek heroes or gods.
With that in mind with Marvel's Herc:
1. Do you think it ever bothers Herc that from a, perhaps modern, point of view Zeus raped Alcemne? True, it wasn't though force but trickery. She thought Zeus was her husband Amphitryon. This has always been one of the biggest blots on mythological Zeus to modern eyes. For all his good, even the most lenient interpretations of some of his stories have him be a serial rapist. Or does Zeus get a pass considering Zeus was top god in the culture of the time and because Zeus did it it was alright?
For that matter, how do you think Herc rationalize behavior like this? Does he just ignore it? Or do you think in the MU it is something Zeus did in the distant past but has since outgrew? Something Herc is forced to accept when weighing it against the "good" of Zeus? Ugly question better off not asking? In a past discussion that was somewhat touched on by Zeus being Herc's father and king, Herc being raised to respect him, and there being no better alternative to rule Olympus.
Contrary to Zeus, I am not aware of any stories of Hercules doing anything similar.
2.Would anybody like to see the return of Heracles? In the "Trial of Zeus" arc Heracles was the mortal shade cast down when Herc's divine half was lifted up. Pluto had been torturing it for eons as punishment for Herc's offenses in life. Would anybody like to see a return of this character?
I found him interesting due to his radically different outlook on life. Was he right to blame Hercules for his suffering? Did Herc escape justice when Zeus ascended him to godhood? Or was Pluto lying and torturing Heracles in violation of the ancient codes? For that matter, if Heracles is the mortal half and Hercules the divine why does Heracles have super-strength at all? Wouldn't that be lost with his divine half?