@cheesesticks: They're probably referring to when he faced down the X-Men and Inhumans while simultaneously hooked up to a machine with an infant Cable, and was ridiculously large(compared to how his usual stature/size).
So not standard circumstances.
Oh yeah, I see wich issue it was. It was X-Factor I think, Endgame arc or Judgment day, I can't remember.
etc, so why is Frank considered an Anti-Hero ? Oh yeah, because he doesn't think the system is good enough to punish criminals and HE IS RIGHT.
Lol he's classified as an Anti-Hero/Vigilante take it up w/ Marvel
Because it fits their story and they can put him against other heros like Spider-Man. He's not in the Avengers bandwagon crew so he's an anti-hero by Marvel standard, but he is no more villain than thor or someone like that.
@cheesesticks: The reason TP is prohibited is because if it's not then this will turn into a Astral plane battle and that isn't fair when Thanos' team has the mind gem and two well renowned telepaths while DC has only the one. And also half of the comments in the thread will be "Enter Character's name here TP's everyone" so that's why that isn't allowed. I feel like stops good debates from occurring.
Yes but that is the character power you know. TP is another power like energy projection is. If you take TP out, then you should take a power on the other side to make it fair.