I felt the same about this as I did over T'Challa and Ororo. I was disappointed. When dealing with relationships between heroes and super powered beings in general you have these characters with amazing powers and abilities and often mountains of responsibility. Most of them are highly physical combatants as well. To me, there fights SHOULD be much more extreme than the fights we normal people have with our significant others, because these are extreme people. All it seems to take though is one tiff and they're done. How much love was really there to begin with if that's all it takes? It all feels so contrived to me.
Storm and Panther for example are two people who are supposed to be deeply in love with one and other and have even engaged in that age old tradition of matrimony, but when sh** hits the fan you're telling me they can't avoid pummeling each other??? THAT WAS THE ONLY OPTION??? and that after they do fight they can find no forgiveness or quarter for their significant other? WHERE IS THE LOVE?!?!
Scott and Emma I felt the betrayal was more direct. Scott pretty much said "screw you emma, I'm going to beat you down and take your powers." However, she was clearly out of her mind and he was getting there as they both tried to control an extraterrestrial force of the highest magnitude that neither of them were built for. One would think that if there was any gumption to the relationship, they'd be able to forgive one an other for....
BEING POSSESSED BY A FREAKING ALIEN FIREBIRD WITH NEAR LIMITLESS POWER!!!
Marvel isn't very good with relationships. They love to break them up and never seem to do it in a sensible or realistic fashion. Maybe (probably) it's because a realistic fashion isn't exciting enough. IDK. I'm just relieved when a relationship ends with out it getting "sold" to Mephisto and the whole world getting mind wiped.
I preached on multiple forums and I'll preach it here, If their last names aren't ending with "fantastic/richards" then it's a relationship that's bound to fail.